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Denise Daniels specializes in the social and emotional development of children. She explores the skills needed to prevent the over-valuing of children, which can lead to narcissistic tendencies.

Host: Dr. Liz Holifield

Original airdate: April 19, 2015 

Capital Report: 04-14-2015

22 hours ago

A last vestige from one of the darkest chapters in Florida’s history fell in the Senate Tuesday. As Jim Ash reports, the members took a largely ceremonial vote to wipe a 1977 ban on gay adoptions off the statute books.

State lawmakers approved new regulations for red light camera programs Tuesday, sending the proposal to the House floor.  And as with any good compromise, Nick Evans reports it seems almost no one’s happy. 

Jennifer Schomburg Kanke is an Ohio native and an FSU Ph.D. candidate. Her work has been published in Prairie Schooner, Pleiades and many other literary magazines.

Capital Report: 04-13-2015

Apr 13, 2015

Somewhere between 94 and a half million miles to just 300 miles above lurks the threat of EMP, a massive electromagnetic pulse capable of wiping out the entire nation’s electrical grid with catastrophic results. As Jim Ash reports, that’s the warning former CIA Director James Woolsey gave lawmakers Monday.

With less than two months to go, forecasters and responders are gearing up for the Atlantic Hurricane Season. Regan McCarthy reports it’s been a decade since a hurricane made landfall in Florida.

411 Teen: Traumatic Brain Injury

Apr 10, 2015

Alisha Joyner suffered a severe traumatic brain injury five years ago. She shares her experience and tells of her remarkable rehabilitation and recovery.

Host: Dr. Liz Holifield

Original airdate: April 12, 2015

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