Disney's Cancellation of $1 Billion Campus in Florida Sends Shockwaves Through Adjacent Development ProjectsLord ShivaNewsBreak Contributor
Killer Klowns From Outer Space: 35th Anniversary Collectible Plush Toys!Jim O’RearNewsBreak Contributor
Florida Woman Arrested for Allegedly Driving Drunk onto Beach, Endangering FamiliesELblogNewsBreak Contributor
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Orlando man wins $1M prize from Florida Lottery scratch-off game
ORLANDO, Fla. – An Orlando man won a $1 million prize off a Florida Lottery scratch-off game. Lottery officials said 28-year-old Julio Silverio Gonzalez purchased the winning Gold Rush Doubler scratch-off game ticket from a Publix in Orlando, located at 409 South Chickasaw Trail. The store will receive a $2,000 bonus commission for selling the winning ticket.
Florida Donut Shops Named Among The Best In America
Yelp released its 2023 list of the 100 best donut shops in the country.
‘We were making Florida great': Orlando workers, businesses join statewide protest against Florida immigration law
SB 1718 will lead to existential choices for the state; immigrants do the construction, agricultural, and service industry jobs that make Florida run
Woman accused of child neglect after car catches fire while shoplifting at Oviedo Mall
SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – A woman was arrested in Seminole County on Wednesday after her car caught fire near the Oviedo Mall while a child was inside, according to police. Police said that on May 26 around noon, 24-year-old Alicia Moore parked her car in the parking lot of Dillard’s at the Oviedo Mall. She then left the car — with the child inside — to go into the Dillard’s, police added.
Stunning video shows tropical system from space
ORLANDO, Fla. — A memorizing video gives a view of Invest 91-L as it churns in the Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center has given the system a high chance of tropical development.
Covenant House Orlando, a shelter for for homeless youths, to close in July
Covenant House, a 28-bed crisis facility for homeless young adults ages 18 to 22 years old, will stop operating its Safe Haven emergency shelter in July after nearly two decades of service in Orlando. An official with the not-for-profit agency cited “budgetary challenges” for closing the shelter at 5931 E. Colonial Drive, effective July 28, in a required notice of staff layoffs to the state ...
Orlando Facing Flood Threat From Developing Weather System
For those who have visited Walt Disney World Resort over the summer, one thing is for sure. Rain is almost guaranteed nearly every day. The first day of June marks the beginning of hurricane season. Hurricane season lasts from the beginning of June through November. During that time, the Sunshine State sees rain nearly every day, and thunderstorms are a common occurrence. Unfortunately, flooding and ride shutdowns are also common as Cast Members work to keep the Parks operational and everyone safe.
Orlando vet explains why the suicide rate among veterinarians is ‘sky high’
Being a veterinarian is taking its toll on workers nationwide.
Hurricane fabric: New way to protect your home
From boarding up windows and doors to sandbags, there are many ways to mitigate damage and protect your home during a tropical storm or hurricane. As technology changes, so do the tools. FOX 35 Chief Meteorologist talks with the owner of Orlando Hurricane Guard about a "space-age" fabric that's now being used to protect people's homes, windows, and lanais.
A Florida company owed workers who clean hotels $114,000 after shorting their pay
The Orlando company also sends its workers to Georgia, Missouri and South Carolina.
Bloody dolphin attacks at SeaWorld spark fears with inspectors probing safety at park
SEAWORLD has come under fire for refusing to hand over information on dolphin attacks within the park to federal authorities. The Orlando, Florida park was hit with an official warning by the United States Department of Agriculture in January after failing to hand over information requested on a dolphin-on-dolphin attack.
Fight between roommates leads to woman being stabbed, Orange County sheriff says
HOLDEN HEIGHTS, Fla. — A woman is recovering after being stabbed at a home in Holden Heights. Officials say it happened on MacArthur Drive, which is a quiet street that backs right up to Lake Holden, in the Lake Holden Grove neighborhood. The Orange County Sheriff's Office says they...
UCF's all-time freshman home run leader announces he's transferring to Florida State
A local product is returning home. Drew Faurot, a former Florida High two-sport star who set the freshman home run record at Central Florida this past season, is transferring to Florida State. Faurot announced his decision Thursday night via Instagram, just days after UCF fired coach Greg Lovelady after seven...
Some trans people turn to crowdfunding to leave Florida after anti-LGBTQ+ laws
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Dozens of transgender people in Florida have turned to crowdfunding appeals to help them leave the state after the passage of new legislation that targets the LGBTQ+ community, including a law that curtails access to gender-affirming care for adults and bans it for minors. For...
TIMELINE: Heavy rain, flooding possible across Central Florida Thursday
ORLANDO, Fla. - Thursday has been declared a FOX 35 Weather Impact Day in Orlando and across Central Florida due to the potential for heavy rain and localized flooding. Main weather concerns: Heavy rain will return to the area primarily for the afternoon hours. Gulf of Mexico low pressure is located just west of Florida and this is serving to increase the moisture locally. The tropical connection will provide passing downpours and some cloud-to-ground lightning strikes.
Nightclub rivalry led to drive-by shooting that wounded 6 people, Florida cops learn
The suspect is linked to two drive-by shootings, officials say.
'More important than ever': Pride Month celebrations begin in Orlando
ORLANDO, Fla. — June 1 kicks off Pride Month, a time to remember the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan and celebrate acceptance and equality. But this year, Florida is at the center of heated political debate around what many consider to be anti-LGBTQ+ laws. Despite the fear many feel, in Orlando, the celebration will continue.
Resurgent chain Miami Grill, formerly '80s fave Miami Subs, plans to open two restaurants in Orlando
Would you like a side of 'South Beach vibes' with your gyro?
Deputies: Florida woman charged with DUI after speeding down beach, crashing into water
VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. (WEAR) — An Orlando woman is charged with DUI after reportedly speeding down the beach and crashing into the water. The Volusia County Sheriff's Office posted video of the aftermath -- showing the vehicle in the water at Smyrna Dunes Park. The incident happened on Saturday.
TSA hiring full and part-time security officer positions at Orlando International Airport
The Transportation Security Administration is looking to hire full-time and part-time Transportation Security Officer positions at the Orlando International Airport.
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