Top Orlando news: City's housing prices up 9% over year; SeaWorld CEO resigns after 7 months; more

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Orlando.

SeaWorld's CEO quits after more than 100 Orlando employees are laid off

The CEO, who had been on the job for just seven months, abruptly resigned on Monday.

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Climate strike on Friday to kick off series of protests

Climate activists of all ages are set to gather at Orlando City Hall on Friday for what is billed as the first of many "Fridays for Future" protests, to call for immediate policy changes to address global climate change.

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City's first autonomous buses begin routes in Lake Nona

The launch was delayed from August by Hurricane Dorian.

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Orlando housing prices up 9% 

That's the largest year-over-year price increase, bringing the median price in August to $250,000.

Read the full story on Orlando Weekly.

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