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  • Bare bones animal museum to open on Orlando's I-Drive

    Bare bones animal museum to open on Orlando's I-Drive

    Monday, March 30 2015 11:30 PM EDT2015-03-31 03:30:25 GMT
    It's like a zoo where none of the animals are alive. "Skeletons: Animals Unveiled" is set to open in late April.  The unusual museum sits in a prime spot in the new I-Drive 360 entertainment complex. It sits almost at the base of the giant Orlando Eye wheel. The place will be filled with the actual skeletons of about 500 animals. 
    It's like a zoo where none of the animals are alive. "Skeletons: Animals Unveiled" is set to open in late April.  The unusual museum sits in a prime spot in the new I-Drive 360 entertainment complex. It sits almost at the base of the giant Orlando Eye wheel. The place will be filled with the actual skeletons of about 500 animals. 
  • Missing: Alicia Griffin

    Missing: Alicia Griffin

    Monday, March 30 2015 11:28 PM EDT2015-03-31 03:28:23 GMT
    In this weeks "Missing" report, FOX 35 is focused on Alicia Griffin. She has been missing since February 1, 2014. Her teenage daughter told police Alicia had said she was going to a friend's apartment nearby, but she never returned home, leaving her two kids alone.
    In this weeks "Missing" report, FOX 35 is focused on Alicia Griffin. She has been missing since February 1, 2014. Her teenage daughter told police Alicia had said she was going to a friend's apartment nearby, but she never returned home, leaving her two kids alone.
  • Brevard Confederate history display stirs controversy

    Brevard Confederate history display stirs controversy

    Monday, March 30 2015 9:52 PM EDT2015-03-31 01:52:50 GMT
    The Confederate flag still stirs emotions. For some, it's a reminder of their heritage, while others call it a symbol of slavery. That debate is playing out in Brevard County over a history display in a public library.
    The Confederate flag still stirs emotions. For some, it's a reminder of their heritage, while others call it a symbol of slavery. That debate is playing out in Brevard County over a history display in a public library.
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