Disney disability pass changes: What you need to know

Tharin White, a travel and theme park reporter, talks about Disney's new system for obtaining a disability pass for upcoming trips to the parks. The pass known ass the Disability Access Service (DAS) will only gear towards those with developmental disabilities and the whole process will be done online through a video interview.

Walt Disney World has a new popcorn flavor

Ahead of Valentine's Day, Walt Disney World will have a new popcorn treat for guests - Strawberry Crunch. But did you know, it's a partnership with a Florida popcorn business. FOX 35's Stephanie Buffamonte introduces us to the business man and owner behind some of Disney's most creative popcorn combinations.

Woman sues Disney over injurious wedgie

A woman has filed a lawsuit against Disney World after a ride down the Humunga Kowabunga at the Typhoon Lagoon park led to an injurious wedgie that landed her in the hospital, court records show.

Disney to expand parks, cruises

The Walt Disney Company is looking to nearly double its capital expenditures over 10 years to about $60 billion, the company said in a press release. That includes expanding parks, experiences and cruises.

Disney welcomed 300+ babies this year

Walt Disney World welcomed more than 300 baby animals throughout the parks and resorts since January. From a zebra to a duiker, eagle ray pup, cotton-top tamarin twins and so many more new animals at the parks.

First look: Disney Treasure sets sail in 2024

Disney Cruise Line's newest ship, the Disney Treasure, will set sail in December 2024, but not before sharing a first look at the epic interior. Guests can expect a huge water slide, fun kids' activities and one-of-a-kind dining experiences. (Video: Disney Cruise Line)

Disney waiving Idalia cancellation fees

Walt Disney World Resort is waiving cancellation fees due to Hurricane Idalia. This applies to guests who booked between Aug. 28 through Sept. 5, 2023.

Disney asks judge to dismiss lawsuit

Disney is asking a Florida judge on Friday to toss out a lawsuit against the company’s efforts to neutralize a takeover of Disney World’s governing district by Gov. Ron DeSantis and his appointees.

Disney fights new board with unexpected development agreement

The newly-appointed board for the Central Florida Tourism Oversight District – formerly known as the Reedy Creek Independent District – and governs Walt Disney World and its properties, said Wednesday that that previous board signed an unexpected decades-long agreement with Disney, effectively stripping the new board of its power.

Disney to layoff thousands: report

After announcing a plan to slash nearly 7,000 jobs, Disney is reportedly instructing managers to propose budget cuts and put together lists of employees to be laid off in the coming weeks.