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First of all, today’s weather:
Partly sunny. High: 91 Low: 72.
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Here are today’s key stories from Orlando:
1. Volosia County deputies Now trust a man Was previously identified as an interested person. In a deadly shooting at an IHOP Carrying a gun. Deputies on Monday said they had obtained an arrest warrant for 31-year-old Sammy McKnight Jr. Second degree murder. (Click on Orlando)
2. A. Housing developer sues City of Apocalypse of the Denial of affordable housing permit In the center of a large, planned city. During a meeting in May, Apopka Mayor Brian Nelson He said he hopes the site will be used for luxury apartments. (Orlando Weekly)
3. Called a new restaurant concept Mexican Pok سولmon Is Opening in downtown Orlando Similarly. Will happen 255 South Orange Avenue, Suite No. 109 And offers a mix of Mexican and Asian cuisine. (Bungalow)
4. Universal Orlando Resort officials Recently confirmed this A different mother Will be coming Towards a highly anticipated attraction later this year. The attraction was closed for renovations in January. (Inside Magic)
5. Career Source Central Florida Is It is hosting a job fair in Lake County. The event will be held on Saturday, June 23 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Venetian Center in Lesburg. More than 300 job opportunities are available. (WFTV)
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Today in Orlando:
- International Yoga Day At Avalon Park YMCA. (9am)
- Parallel economies and the power of the nation-state Lab in Orlando. (1 p.m.)
- Happy Hour + Art At Falcon Bar & Gallery. (5 p.m.)
- Latin Asian Fusion Night Hawkers at Asian Street Food. (6 p.m.)
- Taco + Taproom Tuesday In D. Edwards Beer. (6 p.m.)
From my notebook:
- O Recent suicide at Orlando Regional Medical Center. Concerns have been raised about a severe shortage of nurses. The state was not facilitated by mistake. (Subscription: Orlando Sentinel)
- Of Jack White: Supply Chain Issues Tour Coming to Hard Rock Live in Orlando on September 21. General admission tickets start at $ 55. (Bungalow)
- O dIt was under investigation on Monday. In an apartment complex, the Orlando Police Department said. Police said they were called to the Pacifico Place Apartments on Don Quixote Avenue at 2:15 p.m. (WFTV)
- Madeleine Barker, 47, of Broward County. Allegations of pepper spray attack With four women Anti-Asia Comments In New York City. (WESH)
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You are now in the loop and ready to start this Tuesday. See you tomorrow for another update!
– Carlos Hernandez
About me: Hello my name is Carlos Hernandez and I am a food writer with over 10 years of experience in the industry. I write the food blog Carlos Eates (http://www.carloseats.com) and contribute to many newspapers and magazines along with food blogs and articles.