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90.7 WMFE's Intersection
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Intersection is 90.7’s news and in-depth conversation program. We talk with political leaders, environmental experts, historians, writers, musicians, and other news makers from around Central Florida. Intersection is where they all come together on 90.7 News. Listen Tuesdays & Fridays at 9 am.
 
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Intersection is 90.7’s news and in-depth conversation program. We talk with political leaders, environmental experts, historians, writers, musicians, and other news makers from around Central Florida. Intersection is where they all come together on 90.7 News. Listen Tuesdays & Fridays at 9 am.
 
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WMFE - Orlando Weekly's Podcast
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Orlando Weekly editor Erin Sullivan and staff writer Billy Manes will bring the paper alive on WMFE with their unique take on the news in this weekly segment.
 
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Intersection- 90.7 WMFE
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Public Radio for Central Florida – Primary provider of NPR and Classical Music
 
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Intersection- 90.7 WMFE
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Public Radio for Central Florida – Primary provider of NPR and Classical Music
 
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What's Hot in Central Florida Podcast
 
Every Friday afternoon, Liz Langley shares the must-do events of the weekend. She covers events from the Arts to the Outdoors, Films, Festivals and much more. A handy guide for your weekend in Central Florida.
 
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Attorney John Morgan says he won’t seek the democratic nomination for Governor ending months of speculation. But does that mean he’s out of the race altogether? And tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans are moving to Florida after hurricane Maria and candidates running for mid-term elections are setting their sights on the newest voters. Can the P ...…
 
Attorney John Morgan says he won’t seek the democratic nomination for Governor ending months of speculation. But does that mean he’s out of the race altogether? And tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans are moving to Florida after hurricane Maria and candidates running for mid-term elections are setting their sights on the newest voters. Can the P ...…
 
There’s turmoil in Tallahassee: allegations of sexual harassment by lawmakers. Now senate president Joe Negron has ordered an inquiry into those allegations and senator Jack Latvala says he’s stepping down temporarily from his role as chair of the appropriations committee while allegations against him are investigated. Political commentators Di ...…
 
There’s turmoil in Tallahassee: allegations of sexual harassment by lawmakers. Now senate president Joe Negron has ordered an inquiry into those allegations and senator Jack Latvala says he’s stepping down temporarily from his role as chair of the appropriations committee while allegations against him are investigated. Political commentators Di ...…
 
What do you know about the separation of powers of the different branches of government in Florida? How important is the independence of the judiciary? What does the constitution revision commission do? According to one survey, only one in ten Floridians are aware of the constitution revision commission. So the Florida Bar has launched a public ...…
 
Florida has closed primary system. That means voters can only cast a ballot in the primary election for their own party’s candidate. But when the winner of that primary does not face an opponent in the general election, it opens up the primary to all voters regardless of party affiliation. There’s a way to close up that open primary though, whe ...…
 
After the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Florida’s elected officials weighed in on gun control and Orlando leaders offered support and lessons learned from the aftermath of last year’s shooting at the Pulse nightclub. Meanwhile, politicians from both sides of the aisle have been visiting Puerto Rico to find out what the island needs as it begins t ...…
 
A week after Hurricane Maria smashed into Puerto Rico, the federal government suspended the Jones Act, a rule that adds to the cost of shipping goods into the island. But residents still face a massive challenge. As the days stretch on with no power, each day revolves around the search for gas to power generators, clean water and cell service. ...…
 
After residents at a nursing home in South Florida died following a power outage at a South Florida nursing home the state suspended the nursing home’s license. A criminal investigation’s been launched and now Florida Governor Rick Scott’s ordered nursing homes and assisted living facilities to get back up generators. But questions remain: who ...…
 
Millions of Floridians were without power in the wake of Hurricane Irma. Crews at utility companies across the state worked feverishly to get customers back up and running, but some may remain without power for weeks to come. On today’s program, we’ll take a look at what knocked out Florida’s power grid, and what it takes to protect it from the ...…
 
Hurricane Irma left behind a path of destruction as she moved through the state earlier this week. Now that the storm is gone, residents are turning to recovery. We’ll explore how neighbors are helping neighbors and the role non-profits play in the cleanup process. A conversation with Jon Busdeker, co-creator of the non-profit leadership group ...…
 
As Hurricane Irma churns toward Florida, are you prepared? Irma has brought destruction to islands in the Caribbean including Anguilla, Barbuda and St. Martins, and knocked out power to one million people in Puerto Rico. We’re talking about the meteorology of Irma, preparation and emergency management. Then, the clock is ticking for DACA. Presi ...…
 
The declaration of a public health emergency over Florida’s opioid addiction crisis opened up $27 million in federal funding. But mental health providers are also trying to figure out how to deal with millions of dollars of cuts in other areas including receiving centers that provide help for people experiencing a mental health or substance abu ...…
 
The Stetson University community has been rocked by the death of football player Nicholas Blakely. Coach Roger Hughes said staff were nothing short of heroic in their efforts to save the life of the 19 year old at practice last Monday. There was nothing to indicate health issues that would have kept him off the field and the cause of death is n ...…
 
DACA, or deferred action for childhood arrivals, was introduced under the previous federal administration as a way to temporarily protect the children of undocumented immigrants from deportation. Now the future of the program and those DACA recipients is up in the air. We’ll explore what uncertainty over DACA means for those recipients in Flori ...…
 
Back in 2012, 60 Minutes shone a light on homelessness with a story about a family living in a truck in Sanford. Since then, the Central Florida Commission on Homelessness has taken a housing first approach – trying to get families into homes so they can get the services they need. We’ll take a look at the state of homelessness in Seminole Coun ...…
 
After deadly violence at a white supremacist march in Virginia, the University of Florida says it won’t let Richard Spencer rent space on campus for a speech. The University says it’s concerned about safety. Did UF make the right call? Page 15, the Parramore based language arts program, wrapped up its biggest summer camp program ever. More than ...…
 
Florida’s education bill, which steered more money towards charter schools, was controversial with public school advocates, teachers and superintendents. Now school districts are taking legal action to try and get the law turned around. Why are school districts lining up against this education law, and what does the lawsuit mean for public scho ...…
 
DCF has shut down Little Miracles Academy, the Orlando day care where 3 year old Myles Hill was found dead in a van. At a press conference, the day care’s co-owner offered a tearful apology and asked for forgiveness, but Myles Hill’s family say they want answers. How could a three year old be left in a hot van all day? What kind of oversight is ...…
 
Seminole County School District Superintendent Walt Griffin and Osceola County Schools superintendent Debra Pace join us to talk about growing enrollment, how to pay for new buildings, and what the legislation around charter schools means for their districts. Also, a canine influenza outbreak is worrying pet owners and vets. Dr. Cynda Crawford ...…
 
UCF kicker Donald de La Haye has been ruled ineligible after a dispute over his popular You Tube channel. De La Haye says it’s because he refused to demonetize those videos. UCF says the student athlete was offered an option that would have allowed him to keep making videos and remain on the team… but he turned it down. What are the rules for h ...…
 
The Republican quest to repeal and replace Obamacare didn’t get the votes it needed. So where does the debate over health insurance go from here- and what does it mean for the one point seven million Floridians signed up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act? On this episode of Intersection political analysts Dick Batchelor & Chris Carmod ...…
 
Since opening her women’s clinic in west Orlando, Jennie Joseph has seen premature birth rates and infant mortality rates plummet. Her secret – making sure women receive care whether they have health insurance or not and taking care of them holistically. How one woman is saving lives in some of Orlando’s most underinsured zip codes. And one gre ...…
 
The ACLU is suing the federal government over the President’s commission looking into voter fraud. Florida says it will only hand over what’s already in the public record, but the ACLU is worried about the commission collecting a national database of voters that includes partial social security numbers and claims the commission’s work is not op ...…
 
Eatonville is one of the oldest black towns in the US. Back in the 1980s there were plans to widen a road through the town. Those plans were shelved after residents led an effort to show how the road would destroy the historic character of Eatonville. But Eatonville is still under threat. N.Y. Nathiri of Preserve Eatonville Community and landsc ...…
 
More than $1 million was cut from the Orange and Osceola County State Attorney’s office budget after prosecutor Aramis Ayala announced she would not seek the death penalty. 90.7’s Renata Sago joins Intersection to talk about what the budget cuts mean to the state attorney’s office. And we’ll hear from Republican state representative Scott Plako ...…
 
More than $1 million was cut from the Orange and Osceola County State Attorney’s office budget after prosecutor Aramis Ayala announced she would not seek the death penalty. 90.7’s Renata Sago joins Intersection to talk about what the budget cuts mean to the state attorney’s office. And we’ll hear from Republican state representative Scott Plako ...…
 
The US National Space Council, disbanded for nearly a quarter of a century, was reformed last week. The council will oversee space policy across NASA, intelligence organizations and the military. And it’s headed up by vice president Mike Pence, who stopped by the Kennedy Space Center for a tour Thursday. Where is this administration going when ...…
 
The US National Space Council, disbanded for nearly a quarter of a century, was reformed last week. The council will oversee space policy across NASA, intelligence organizations and the military. And it’s headed up by vice president Mike Pence, who stopped by the Kennedy Space Center for a tour Thursday. Where is this administration going when ...…
 
July 4th: a chance to kick back, hit the beach, fire up the grill, relax… but not if you’re an emergency room doctor. Dr. Christopher Hunter explains what keeps an ER busy in summer, and why Orlando’s position as a tourism hub brings a unique set of patients through the hospital doors. Florida is the lightning capital of the country. Researcher ...…
 
Law enforcement agencies are adding narcan- the opioid overdose reversal drug- to their tool kit as more deadly drugs like fentanyl are hitting the street along with heroin. Meanwhile some law enforcement officials are embracing a tough on crime approach, like Lake County Sheriff Peyton Grinnell, who produced a facebook video a couple months ag ...…
 
The tug-of-war over the death penalty will land in the Florida Supreme Court Wednesday. When the Orange and Osceola County State Attorney Araymis Ayala announced she would not seek the death penalty, Gov. Rick Scott took her death penalty cases away. Now she wants them back. So what’s at stake?Ad what about the political fallout after the legis ...…
 
The tug-of-war over the death penalty will land in the Florida Supreme Court Wednesday. When the Orange and Osceola County State Attorney Araymis Ayala announced she would not seek the death penalty, Gov. Rick Scott took her death penalty cases away. Now she wants them back. So what’s at stake?Ad what about the political fallout after the legis ...…
 
The clock is running out for the Florida Department of Health to figure out the rules on medical marijuana use. Lawmakers approved a bill in special session to implement the constitutional amendment, and the deadline for those rules is July 3rd. On today’s program we talk about the road ahead for medical marijuana- what it means for patients an ...…
 
The clock is running out for the Florida Department of Health to figure out the rules on medical marijuana use. Lawmakers approved a bill in special session to implement the constitutional amendment, and the deadline for those rules is July 3rd. On today’s program we talk about the road ahead for medical marijuana- what it means for patients an ...…
 
In the wake of tumultuous town halls as lawmakers prepare to dismantle the Affordable Care Act- the US House of Representatives has passed its version of a new plan for health care. Now it’s up to the Senate to pass its version of the American Health Care Act. On this episode of Intersection we hear from Congressman Daniel Webster from Florida’ ...…
 
In the wake of tumultuous town halls as lawmakers prepare to dismantle the Affordable Care Act- the US House of Representatives has passed its version of a new plan for health care. Now it’s up to the Senate to pass its version of the American Health Care Act. On this episode of Intersection we hear from Congressman Daniel Webster from Florida’ ...…
 
Puerto Rico voted for statehood- but not everyone took part in the referendum. Less than a quarter of the population cast a vote. Is statehood the best option for the economically struggling island? What’s in it for the rest of the US? Florida International University’s Cuban Research Institute director Jorge Duany joins the program, along with ...…
 
Puerto Rico voted for statehood- but not everyone took part in the referendum. Less than a quarter of the population cast a vote. Is statehood the best option for the economically struggling island? What’s in it for the rest of the US? Florida International University’s Cuban Research Institute director Jorge Duany joins the program, along with ...…
 
On Orlando United day, one year after the shooting at Pulse, the community gathered at events across the city to mourn the 49 victims, pay tribute to the first responders, and comfort the survivors and their families. We’re joined by Reverend Bryan Fulwider, Imam Muhammad Musri, and Rabbi Steve Engel, for a conversation about how the faith comm ...…
 
On Orlando United day, one year after the shooting at Pulse, the community gathered at events across the city to mourn the 49 victims, pay tribute to the first responders, and comfort the survivors and their families. We’re joined by Reverend Bryan Fulwider, Imam Muhammad Musri, and Rabbi Steve Engel, for a conversation about how the faith comm ...…
 
June 12, 2017: Today marks the one year anniversary since the brutal attack on Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida that left 49 people dead. The Takeaway takes a trip to Orlando, and to Pulse nightclub, to speak with survivors, family members, and community leaders. Plus, a look at a Supreme Court case that changed the way we love in America, a ...…
 
June 12, 2017: Today marks the one year anniversary since the brutal attack on Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida that left 49 people dead. The Takeaway takes a trip to Orlando, and to Pulse nightclub, to speak with survivors, family members, and community leaders. Plus, a look at a Supreme Court case that changed the way we love in America, a ...…
 
June 12, 2017: Today marks the one year anniversary since the brutal attack on Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida that left 49 people dead. The Takeaway takes a trip to Orlando, and to Pulse nightclub, to speak with survivors, family members, and community leaders. Plus, a look at a Supreme Court case that changed the way we love in America, a ...…
 
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