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411 Teen: Religion

Nov 16, 2015

Religion plays a significant role in shaping American society in both political and civic life. Students from Florida High explore the role of religion in American life.

Host: Dr. Liz Holifield

Original airdate: November 15, 2015 

Stephanie Levitt is a local attorney who enjoys the respite from law that writing provides. Her work has yet to be physically published, but she invites you to remember her name for when that time comes.

Capital Report: 11-13-2015

Nov 13, 2015

The legislature decided last year to ban the clandestine use of GPS tracking devices. But as Jim Ash reports, a couple of lawmakers want to let private investigators continue using one of their favorite secret weapons.

A bipartisan effort is underway to relax Florida eligibility requirements for a wrongfully incarcerated inmate with a prior record to be compensated. But, as Sascha Cordner reports, some say they’d like to see that effort go further.

Perspectives: University Commercialization

Nov 12, 2015

Florida’s higher education institutions are a brain trust of innovation and research, some which rarely leaves academic circles. But much of it has broader applications for everyday use. And schools are working to bring that work from the classroom to the marketplace.

411 Teen: National Adoption Month

Nov 9, 2015

November is National Adoption Month. Staff from Big Bend Community Based Care,  and Children's Home Society promote awareness of the need for adoptive families and discuss the challenges and rewards facing adoptive parents.

Host: Dr. Liz Holifield

Original airdate: November 8, 2015