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Three million people visited the park last year which help them to rake in a total of one point four billion dollars the world planes do even better this year with five of the ten most anticipated roller coasters opening including the ice breaker here at sea world Orlando we now have only three months left to enjoy a spaceship earth continuing our theme park coverage that's at epcot it's going to close for renovations Disney has announced that they plan to close the attraction on may twenty six which could last all the way up to the park's fortieth anniversary into the second half of twenty twenty two so be the rides fourth update since the park opened back in nineteen eighty two Florida lawmakers are considering a change to the bright futures program and it's good news for those current high school juniors who are considering community college first if the proposal passes those who qualify for bright futures as a medallion scholar would receive one hundred percent of their tuition paid if they enroll and then associate degree program that awards will transfer to pay for a bachelor's degree at the student maintains a three point five or higher GPA currently medallion scholars receive a seventy five percent of ward which will also transfer to a four year university if the student's GPA is at least two point five the bill heads to the full Senate today son of a gun is ninety six point five W. DPO we have some big problems on the roads if you are just tuning in of course wet slick road conditions to contend with the C. being a problem on the north bound turnpike as well as on the four seventeen first chief meteorologist Tom Turner with a look at the rain bird soaker still across central Florida will pick up probably another quarter inch of rain as the showers continue to reign themselves out through midnight then drying and much cooler we're back to winter for the next three to four days the extended five day forecast four times an hour from channel nine Eyewitness News I'm certified chief meteorologist Tom tear orange Seminole and Osceola county have cleared up quite a bit we do still have some rain in the southeast portion of Osceola county and along the Brevard coast this evening but in the Orlando metro.