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SATURDAY

GATHER YOUR PLANTS AROUND THE RADIO!    'The Garden Rebel', Vince Sims, is your host answering questions about plants, trees, shrubs, landscaping, flowers, pesky varmits, and anything else of this 'nature'. 
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Hear In the House with Ken & Jared Saturday’s from 8am - 9am
Tune in every Saturday at 9am and listen as we help you get your investments in order!
Central Florida's longest running home improvement radio show features the best talent in the home improvement industry. Hear it Saturday’s from 10am - 11am 
Join Attorney Tom Olsen and his team of lawyers every Saturday morning at 11 for free legal information and advice in all areas of the law. During the show, Mr. Olsen also has lawyers and professionals standing by at his office to give you free advice at 407-423-5561. 
Hear The Loveland Report Saturday’s from Noon - 1pm 
Listen Saturday 1pm - 3pm and Sunday Noon - 2pm for the Guarding Your Nest Egg radio show, where Mike Lester provides Floridians with the latest financial retirement strategies and lifestyle tips you need to know.
Helping you figure out what's wrong with your automobile!Call the show: 844-220-0965 'The Magic Mechanic', Larry Perry, hosts this call-in talk show and answers listener's questions in layman's terms concerning automobile problems and repair procedures for virtually every year, make and model of car or truck. Larry says his goal is to educate listeners on vehicle maintenence and repair so they can be educated customers of auto repair shops, rather than victims. Tune in for money saving advice as well as tips for making your vehicle last as long as it should! Listen to Last week’s show: Hour #1 Hour #2 Contact the Magic Mechanic: 1432 Lee Road Orlando, FL. 32810 Phone: (407)629-2661 Email: majicmech@aol.com Thanks to our sponsors: Amsoil - The first in synthetics Car-O-Van - The quality goes on before the car goes out! Jasper Engines and Transmissions - See why Jasper is the best alternative to extend the life of your vehicle Orlando Auto Upholstery - Custom auto interiors in the Central Florida area
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Every weekend tune in to hear Dr. Patrick St. Germain discuss how you can lose up to 30-40 pounds naturally, safely, effectively and affordable. Dr. St. Germain will discuss how you can lose up to 30-40 pounds without drugs, pills, shots, or pre-packaged products. During most shows, Dr. St. Germain will interview actual patients so you can hear directly from those who are currently on the program and from those who have already completed the program. At Burn Fat Orlando, weight loss professionals will work with you one-on-one to create a personalized and individualized weight loss profile and conduct a Body Composition Analysis so your program fits you perfectly. From teens to seniors, Burn Fat Orlando takes a customized approach to weight loss. New moms, vegetarians, people with diabetes, high blood pressure and/or cholesterol, gluten intolerances, and many others can safely lose weight with Burn Fat Orlando. Call Dr. St. Germain and his team of professional consultants at 855-889-THIN to review this incredible program. About Dr. St. Germain:  Has been serving Central Florida for over 23 years  Voted #1 Chiropractor 3 years in a row - 2010, 2011, & 2012 by the citizens of Apopka  Actively involved in community and church organizations  Author, speaker, radio personality  Listen to the most recent show here. Have a question or a topic you want us to cover? Let us know by emailing with this link! Phone: (407) 889-3223  Website: www.BurnFatOrlando.com

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Whether you have been listening to us for years or just stumbled onto this page, we are glad you are here. We have a simple belief that drives everything we do here at Let’s Talk Future: Everyone deserves the truth about money, and armed with the truth anyone can achieve financial success. Our weekly radio show and our financial planning practice cut through the noise and non-sense about money and give you the tools you need to build wealth, invest for the future, and put a plan in place.    Title: Let’s Talk Future  Hosted by: John McCann and Michael Clark  Topics: Retirement, Investing, Social Security, and Financial Planning.  Listen Live: Sundays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on News 96.5 WDBO  Listen to past shows: www.LetsTalkFuture.com/Blog or check out the podcast on ITunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/lets-talk-future/id1076120083  Get advice: www.LetsTalkFuture.com    Time and time again we see the same things happening. People fail to get educated and miss opportunities, or they know what to do but fail to take action. That's why we’ve made it our mission to help Florida residents learn the truth about money and inspire them to take action. If we can give you some advice visit www.LetsTalkFuture.com.    Facts about your Hosts:  Dave Ramsey Smart Vestor Pro  Certified Financial Planners  Offices in Orlando and Jacksonville
Hear the Dewitt Law Review Sunday from 10am - 11am 
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Join hosts David Leavitt and Andre Klass Sunday from 2pm - 3pm as they discuss everything from computers and networking, explore the current tech trends, and discover ways to make your electronics world more affordable! 
Hear Stages of Life with Dr. David Klein Sunday 3pm - 4pm 
Welcome to Online Trading Academy Orlando  We’re proud to serve our community by offering you the best in financial education at our state-of-the-art center. Since 1997, Online Trading Academy has been committed to teaching the skills you need to make smarter investment decisions by using our Patented Supply and Demand Strategy. Trade with the confidence of the pros as you learn from experienced, professional traders who deliver personalized hands-on instruction.  Many of our students come to us having one or more of the following concerns and/or needs: Not satisfied with their current income from work Not prepared for retirement Not prepared for changes in the market or a market correction Unsatisfied with returns in their investment and retirement plans Would like to learn how to trade like professionals and institutions  We invite you to join us for an upcoming half-day workshop to learn more about Online Trading Academy and how we can help you achieve your financial goals. Please go to our website to learn more about us and our schedule of upcoming workshops. You can also learn more about Online Trading Academy Orlando by listening to Online Trading Academy Radio every Sunday at 4pm. Tune in this Sunday to learn more.
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The Latest Headlines You Need To Know

  • Break out the sweaters and possibly the scarves, cool windy conditions have moved into Central Florida and showers are possible all morning. WFTV Meterologist Brian Shields says this is our “Florida Fall and many of us won’t get out of the 60s!” Here is the basic information Brian says you need to know:  A cold front moves over Central Florirda and low temperatures will mark into the upper 50s Wednesday morning. Isolated showers are possible through the morning hours, and then mainly along the coast on Wednesday afternoon. Cool Wednesday: The high temperatures on Wednesday won’t make it out of the 70s. Temperatures will feel colder because of the strong wind from the north. Pleasant rest of the week: Temperatures are set to stay in the 70s and 60s to close out the week only low chances of rain until Friday when another front is set to blow through.
  • Law enforcement officials said a Florida mother and two children who were abducted at gunpoint in Titusville have been found safe as of 5:50 a.m. Wednesday. >> Read more trending news  Here are the latest updates: Update 7:02 a.m. EST Nov. 13: The Florida Department of Law Enforcement canceled the Amber Alert issued for the children, and the Titusville Police Department confirmed that their mother, Melanie Martin, 30, was also found safe. Original report: An Amber Alert was issued Wednesday morning after police said a Florida woman and her two young children were abducted at gunpoint by the children's father in Titusville. Titusville police said Melanie Martin, 30, and her children Angel Burson, 5, and Lloyd Burson Jr., 3, were kidnapped by Lloyd Burson, 35, around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday in the area of the 1000 block of Third Avenue. Police said Martin and the children were last seen in a blue SUV driven by Burson headed north on I-95 toward Volusia County. Investigators said Burson is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information about this crime is urged to call the Titusville Police Department at 321-264-7800, or they can remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward by contacting CrimeLine at 1-800-423-TIPS. – Visit WFTV.com for the latest on this developing story.
  • Officials with the Orlando Fire Department announced late Tuesday evening that they arrested John Huff for arson in connection to the fire early that same morning at the Beefy King Restaurant. Huff was transported to the Orange County Jail. Investigators suspected arson when the saw the fire started outside the building near the back of the building rather than inside.  Additionally, surveillance footage from a nearby business shows a car in the parking lot of Beefy King at the time the fire started. In the meantime, firefighters said the damage to the building on Bumby Avenue is “fixable” and the owner of the iconic establishment known for its sandwiches says the will re-open as soon as possible.  The good news is there was minimal damage and no one was hurt. 
  • A Pennsylvania man whose baby boy suffered critical injuries in an October shooting purposely brought the infant along during drug deals to deter others from opening fire, authorities said. >> Read more trending news  According to the Philadelphia Inquirer and WPVI-TV, police arrested Nafes Monroe, 25, on Saturday, three weeks after his 11-month-old son, Yazeem Jenkins, was shot multiple times in north Philadelphia. Prosecutors said Monroe was trying to use counterfeit money to purchase drugs Oct. 19 when the suspected gunman, 29-year-old Francisco Ortiz, began shooting, the Inquirer reported. Yazeem, who was in a car with Monroe, his girlfriend and a second man, was hit in the chest, head and buttocks, authorities said. Afterward, Monroe took Yazeem to a home, then dropped the baby off at a nearby hospital, according to Anthony Voci of the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office. The boy's condition is still listed as critical, KYW-TV reported. Voci said Monroe had brought Yazeem with him during other drug purchases, as well, 'with the idea or belief that if someone saw that he had a child in the car, that they would not fire upon him,' the Inquirer reported. 'A 'human shield' is probably the term that I would use,' Voci said, according to the newspaper. Monroe now faces charges of endangering a child's welfare and reckless endangerment, WPVI reported. Ortiz remains jailed on attempted murder, aggravated assault and other charges, the Inquirer reported.
  • The Tampa Bay Ray’s baseball field is being transformed into a 90,000 sq foot maze of Christmas magic. Tropicana Field will be home to the World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze this holiday season and the lights will be on November 22 through December 29.  The main attraction will be the maze which is called “The Great Search.” The interactive adventure asks you to search for all nine of Santa’s reindeer after a mischievous elf set them free.  Enchant Christmas says on its website that the adventure is like a living storybook that features larger than life light sculptures and decadent delights with snow falling everywhere.  At the center of the temporary attraction is an 80-foot Christmas tree.  App users click here to watch the video. Visitors will also have a chance to ice skate through the lights and visit with Mr.Claus himself and pick up some gifts at a Christmas Market.  Additionally on December 1 and 16  you can bring your pooch to the attraction, but you will have to purchase a dog ticket. Tickets start at $20 for adults and $15 for children ages 4 and up, 3 and under are free.   There is a military and senior discount.  Tickets are limited, click here for more information. 

Washington Insider

  • The first day of impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump will feature two State Department witnesses who raised questions about actions in Ukraine by the President's personal lawyer, with one alarmed by Rudy Giuliani's efforts to undermine the former U.S. Ambassador in Ukraine, and another who saw Giuliani leading an effort to press for investigations desired by Mr. Trump. 'Mr. Giuliani was almost unmissable starting in mid-March,' Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent testified, saying Giuliani conducted a 'campaign of slander' against former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch. 'I worried about what I had heard concerning the role of Rudolph Giuliani,' said William Taylor, now the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, who said he was worried about entering a 'snake pit' involving Giuliani. Here is some of what we might expect from these two witnesses in the first day of impeachment hearings. DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE GEORGE KENT - After working at the U.S. embassy in Ukraine, Kent returned to the State Department in the second half of 2018, taking on a post where he was responsible for Ukraine and five other eastern European nations often targeted by Russia. It was in that position where Kent said he witnessed the media attack which unfolded, spurred by Giuliani and conservative news media organs. In his impeachment deposition, Kent said an article by conservative journalist John Solomon spurred a sudden attack on Ambassador Yovanovitch and the U.S. embassy in Ukraine in general, which was then amplified by Fox News hosts Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham. Kent said much of what was alleged, that Yovanovitch was bad mouthing President Trump, that she was working against Ukraine prosecutors, was simply false. 'It was, if not entirely made up in full cloth,' Kent testified, 'it was primarily non-truths and non-sequiturs.' Kent described how U.S. diplomats were blindsided by what was clearly a concerted campaign against the U.S. Ambassador and the U.S. embassy in Ukraine, spread over four days in March of 2019. It started first with arrows aimed at Ambassador Yovanovitch, but then spread to accusations against former Vice President Biden and his son Hunter, along with other charges mentioning conservative bogeyman George Soros - all of it given a push by President Trump, his son, conservative websites, and Fox News. The attacks on Yovanovitch came two weeks after she had been asked by the State Department to stay on in Ukraine until 2020 - but her extension would not survive the conservative media attacks against her. 'I was then abruptly told in late April to come back to Washington from Ukraine 'on the next plane,'' Yovanovitch told Congressional investigators. She will testify on Friday. + WILLIAM TAYLOR, U.S. Chargé d'Affaires IN UKRAINE. With the recall of Ambassador Yovanovitch, Taylor is the top-ranking U.S. diplomat in Ukraine - basically the acting Ambassador. Several months after Yovanovitch had been ousted, Taylor described how the work of Giuliani had seemingly led to a situation where U.S. military aid for Ukraine was being withheld - in an effort to gain a quid pro quo - where the government of Ukraine would launch investigations sought by President Trump. 'By mid-Ju1y, it was becoming clear to me that the meeting President Zelensky wanted was conditioned on investigations of Burisma and alleged Ukrainian influence in the 2016 elections,' Taylor said, referring to a focus on the Bidens, and the debunked theory that Ukraine - and not Russia - was behind the hacks of Democrats in 2016. Taylor said the impetus for the situation was obvious. 'It was also clear that this condition was driven by the irregular policy channel I had come to understand was guided by Mr. Giuliani,' Taylor said in his closed door deposition. Mr. Taylor said he had determined that link in 'mid-July' - it was on July 25 that President Trump spoke with the leader of Ukraine, and spelled out the need for Ukraine to launch investigations into the Bidens, and the Ukraine-2016 elections theory, which included the evidence-free allegation that the hacked computer server from the Democratic National Committee was being hidden in Ukraine. Some Republicans have mocked the choice of Taylor as an opening witness, saying he has no firsthand knowledge of why the President would want investigations conducted related to the Bidens or the 2016 elections. 'No, I've never talked to the President,' Taylor said in his deposition. Look for Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) to bring this up during the first day of questioning with Taylor. Three hearings have also been set for next Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, with eight different witnesses.