ClickO on the Go: Wet week ahead; Tiger at prom


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Here's what you need to know Monday, May 14:

$80K dirt project

Drivers who take 17-92 in Maitland might have been detoured recently because of standing water.
City of Maitland officials will vote Monday on a vendor who will supply $80,000 in dirt to help with the problem. Weeks have already been spent installing pumps; however, the road has been closed four times in just the last month. Click here to see how the dirt is part of the fix.

[READ: City to vote on $80K dirt purchase as Maitland flooding concerns continue]

National Police Week
This week, law enforcement from across the country are remembering those who lost their lives in the line of duty. Four officers from Central Florida -- Orlando police Lt. Debra Clayton, Orange County Deputy First Class Norm Lewis, Kissimmee Sgt. Sam Howard and Officer Matthew Baxter-- were among those honored. Click here to find out more about National Police Week.

[READ: Central Florida law enforcement officials honored during National Police Week]

A roaring prom
Video posted online shows a live tiger in a cage at a South Florida private high school's prom.
While it was meant to be fun, some parents didn't see it that way. Click here to see the response from school leaders.

[READ: Caged tiger among live animals on display at Florida prom]

Wet week ahead
It's the start of a wet week, with temperatures not warming up too much. Central Florida is looking at a 100 percent coverage of rain, with temperatures around 80 degrees. The low Monday night is 70. Click here to get the full forecast.

[READ: Tropical moisture pours rain into Orlando area]

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