Daytona Beach considers rolling back last call

Last call could be coming an hour earlier in Daytona Beach. The city is considering ending alcohol sales at 2 a.m. rather than the current 3 a.m. No decision was made on Wednesday night because one of the commission members resigned for an unrelated reason.

CDC issues new eviction moratorium

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a new eviction moratorium through October 3, 2021. That one replaces the one that expired over the weekend. It comes as some families cannot afford to pay their rent and local landlords are getting frustrated.

Rent prices on the rise in Florida

The cost of rent in Florida has increased more than any other place in the entire country. The company CoStar Group, Inc. says it has increased more than 15 percent since the beginning of this yea -- twice the national average.

Augmented reality company moving to Orlando

Fighter pilots will soon be training in Central Florida. A company in California is leaving the Golden State for the City Beautiful. They say Orlando was the clear choice to continue shaping the future of the U.S. Air Force.

Experts say 'panic buying' leading to gas shortages

The Colonial Pipeline announced Wednesday it has restarted operations after being hit by a cyberattack last week, but said it will take “several days” for its delivery supply chain to return to normal. Experts say panic buying is leading to shortages in Florida.

Employers look to hire Central Florida workers

The Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, Florida is looking for potentials workers from Central Florida. Job recruiters are hoping to lure some Orlando south, and they're pulling out all the stops to find good employees.

Westgate Resorts hosts hiring event

Central Florida's tourism industry is bouncing back slowly and is need of workers. Orlando-based Westgate Resorts is hiring more than 700 people. The company held a hiring event on Tuesday.