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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'. 
Hear In the House with Ken & Jared Saturday’s from 8am - 9am
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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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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
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The Latest Headlines You Need To Know

  • Millions of BB&T customers have been locked out of their accounts due to an outage that bank officials say has been caused by a 'technical issue.' The interruption of services was first reported Thursday night but had not been resolved by early Friday. >> Read more trending news “At this time, many of our services are unavailable, including digital banking, Phone24, and ATM. Thank you for your patience as we work diligently to restore your services. We will continue to provide updates here and on http://BBT.com,” the Winston-Salem-based bank tweeted. WSOCTV tried to access a BB&T ATM in uptown Charlotte, but the message “Sorry, this ATM is temporarily offline,' was displayed on the screen. The company's website said many of its other banking services were down as well, including digital banking and Phone24, meaning customers cannot pay bills or check their accounts. The bank said customers will still be able to use their debit, credit and prepaid cards at places like the grocery store or gas station. A bank spokesperson told WSOCTV, 'We understand this is causing a major inconvenience for clients and our teams are continuing to work diligently to restore those services. We will work with clients who have incurred fees or experienced other challenges and continue to provide updates through our website and social media. At this time, we have no reason to believe this issue is related to cybersecurity.
  • A man is accused of hitting a woman with his pickup in Texas after she refused his advances toward her, according to an arrest affidavit. >> Read more trending news Carlos Amozurrutia, 27, of Round Rock, was charged with accident involving personal injury, a third-degree felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison. The victim said Amozurrutia was giving her a ride home Sunday when he began making unwanted advances toward her, the affidavit said. It said she told him to stop so he stopped his pickup and pushed her out. She said that when he drove away, he struck her with the truck, the affidavit said. It said police were alerted at 2:26 a.m. Sunday about the incident in the 400 block of Blockhouse Drive. The victim had an injury on the left side of her face, and also scratches and red marks on her hands and knees, according to the affidavit. The affidavit does not say how the victim and Amozurrutia knew each other. A witness who also was in the pickup said she got out of the truck with the victim and saw it strike her, the affidavit said. It also said two other witnesses who were driving by saw the victim struck and knocked to the ground by an open door on the passenger side when the truck pulled away. It said the two witnesses told police the driver left without offering to help the victim. Police stopped Amozurrutia at a nearby gas station for an unrelated offense and were able to identify his truck as the one that hit the victim, the affidavit said. Amozurrutia was released from the Williamson County Jail on Sunday after posting bail set at $75,000.
  • Only on Orlando’s Morning News with Joe Kelley You don’t usually have to look too far to find fun things to do around Central Florida, and we’ve got you covered by selecting the best of the best each week. Laurel Lee talked through our top weekend picks early Friday morning on Orlando’s Morning News with Joe Kelley. The icFlorida Fun 3: 10th Annual Downtown Food & Wine Fest The 10th Annual Downtown Food & Wine Fest takes place in the heart of downtown Orlando at Lake Eola on Robinson Street, and the two-day Fest features mouth-watering dishes from 30 of Orlando’s premier restaurants, 50 domestic & international wines, and live entertainment.    7th annual Central Florida Dragon Parade Lunar New Year Festival The Year of the Dog marks the 7th annual Central Florida Dragon Parade Lunar New Year Festival held in Orlando, Florida. UCF Fan Experience and Fight Night The UFC Fan Experience and Fight Night will take over the Amway Center this Saturday.   Before you head out for any of these awesome events, be sure to check the icFlorida Weekend Events Weather Forecast from WFTV meteorologist Brian Shields.
  • In a speech to a large gathering of conservative political activists outside Washington, D.C., President Donald Trump on Friday said he is committed to forcing security changes in America’s schools, which he says will cut down on the threat of mass school shootings, like the one last week in Parkland, Florida that killed 17 people. “We will act, we will do something,” the President said in a speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference. “We will act.” Mr. Trump on Friday again repeated his support for his call to allow certain teachers and administrators to carry a concealed weapon in school, all to form a line of defense. “Why do we protect our airports and banks, but not our schools?” the President said. At #CPAC2018, Trump renews his call for 'gun-adept' school staff to be armed: 'When we declare our schools to be gun-free zones, it just puts our students in far more danger' https://t.co/K3rEyFsN7e https://t.co/kNnFYsQAXV — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) February 23, 2018 “Our schools are essentially gun-free zones and that makes them very dangerous places,” Mr. Trump added. Both at the speech, and earlier in the day at the White House, Mr. Trump said he was disappointed in the reaction of an armed deputy, who was stationed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, but did not confront the gunman who was shooting inside. “When it came time to get in there and do something, he didn’t have the courage or something happened. But he certainly did a poor job,” the President told reporters before boarding Marine One. President Trump says the Parkland sheriff who did not enter Marjory Stoneman Douglas High during the shooting 'certainly did a poor job — there's no question about that' https://t.co/9jVQ6bkOKr https://t.co/frVLMDkkjs — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) February 23, 2018 At CPAC, the President also expressed his support for more efforts to put mental health information into the current instant background check system for gun buyers, and said it’s time for police and authorities to do more about people who have mental health issues. “We will really have to strengthen up background checks,” the President said. “We have to do that.” Several times, Mr. Trump seemed to be publicly cajoling the National Rifle Association to accept his plans on guns and school security, as the President reminded his audience that he was a staunch defender of the Second Amendment. “Let’s get it done right,” the President said of action on a variety of fronts to deal with school shootings. “We really owe it to our country.” The President on Friday did not mention his call to raise the minimum purchase age for a gun like an AR-15 from 18 years old to 21 years old – that proposal has already drawn some concern from Republicans in the Congress, and reports of resistance inside the NRA as well. Also in his CPAC speech, Mr. Trump ran through a familiar list of achievements during his first term in office, talking up a major package of tax cuts, the end of dozens of regulations, and the confirmation of conservative federal judges. “Don’t get complacent,” the President urged the crowd, telling them a victory for Democrats in the Congress in the 2018 mid-term elections would endanger a number of his accomplishments. “They will take away those massive tax cuts, and they will take away your Second Amendment,” the President said of Democrats. “We’ve got seven years to go,” Mr. Trump said to cheers. “We’re finally rebuilding our nation.” There was also a lighter moment, as President Trump noted that the big video boards in the convention hall might show something he tries to avoid. Trump admits to hiding his bald-spot as he gets distracted by his own image during a speech at CPAC pic.twitter.com/3Onp8xuMcK — Jenni Missye White (@Missycilious) February 23, 2018 “I try like hell to hide that bald spot,” the Preisdent said to cheers.
  •   An 8-year-old Florida girl became the subject of an Amber Alert on Thursday, according to officials with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.   FDLE officials said an Amber Alert for Juliet Odierna, of Cape Coral, has been canceled.   She was wearing a blue polo shirt, khaki skorts and black shoes.    FDLE officials said she might have been with Jennifer Odierna, 34, and Theodore Moschovas, 37.   FDLE didn't say if there was any type of relationship between Juliet and the two adults.   No other details were given.