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Spotlight: The Saga Of Orlando Artist SKIP And His Giant Cardboard Banana

On this edition of “Spotlight,” a story about a local artist and his giant cardboard banana sculpture that has mass appeal. (Or, a-peel. Yep, we went there.) Justin Skipper, known to the art community as SKIP, spoke about the creation of the nearly 20-foot fruit, how it went missing then was found, and where it might, well, slip off to next.
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Central Floridians Get Sandbags in Preparation for Flooding

Central Florida residents are preparing for possible high winds and flooding as Tropical Storm Erica makes its way to the coast from Puerto Rico. Meteorologists predict the storm could reach our area as early as Monday. 90.7’s Renata Sago reports, more than two dozen emergency management sites have sandbags for residents.
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FL Senate Offers House Olive Branch With Map Proposal

In Tallahassee, the chair of the senate committee tapped to redraw congressional district maps has offered an olive branch to his counterpart in the Florida House. The Senate and House are in a deadlock over the maps, each with their own idea on what they should look like.
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NASA: Seas Rise Unevenly, Retreat In Some Places

NASA says the world’s seas are rising at uneven rates and even are retreating in some places. But the space agency says it can’t predict how fast sea levels will rise in the future in part because melting ice sheets aren’t well-understood.
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