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Knightly News is a student broadcast at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. Today, find out what one local bar is doing as they are reopening at limited capacity... and stay tuned for what the football lottery has in store for UCF students.

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Knightly News is a student broadcast at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. Today, find out about a UCF entire class put in quarantine... and what one UCF alumni is doing to bring hope to our community.

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Knightly News is a student broadcast at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. Today we talk about why UCF has quarantined three sororities... and how the hotel capacity in Orlando has changed due to COVID-19.

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Knightly News is a student broadcast at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. Today brings you updates with Weather and safety protocols UCF is taking this Hurricane season.... and Universal is offering a new Florida Resident deals! We keep you up to date on E-scooters and renovation…

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Knightly News brings you COVID-19 updates and a look into life on campus. Find out all thats new with UCF Football and take deeper look at what the university is doing to stay clean.

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UCF and Orlando Health partner to create masks for hospitals nationwide. Theme parks around Orlando update their closures. Knightly News is a student broadcast at the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

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In today's news, Bernie Sanders suspends his presidential campaign and COVID-19 cases continue to appear in Orlando. Knightly News is a student broadcast at the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

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The Dance Marathon movement, Knight-Thon, went virtual this past weekend. Plus, reports show minorities are more likely to be exposed to COVID-19. Knightly News is a student broadcast at the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

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Former UCF Provost Elizabeth Dooley resigned Tuesday afternoon. Plus, new cases of COVID-19 have been reported across Central Florida. And a men’s basketball signee was honored as Florida’s Mr. Basketball.