The Taste of Epcot International Festival of the Arts is in full swing at Walt Disney World. Chefs share their unique take on international cuisine.
Walt Disney World Resort is reporting a strong showing of tourists during the holiday season. The signs are hopeful for the thousands of workers who have been laid off since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Walt Disney Company has filed a report signaling another 4,000 employees will be let go early next year. On Saturday, a holiday fair was held for furloughed workers,
Brightline wants to open a train station at Disney Springs. The high speed train company is planning a two-story station with a lobby on the ground level and passenger facilities on the upper level.
Disney has announced capacity will be increased to 35 percent at its Florida parks while the California parks will remain closed.
A 23-year old college student, just a month into a job at Disney World, was paralyzed and nearly killed after being struck by a drunken driver. Gabby Murillo will do her best to walk again as she begins her recovery at a rehabilitation center in Altamonte Springs.
Over 11,000 employees at Walt Disney World Resort have received notice that they will be losing their jobs. Disney executives are blaming the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic for the layoffs.
Walt Disney World has laid off hundreds of entertainers. The company said this is part of the 28,000 layoffs announced a few weeks ago.
Disney bloggers are setting up a virtual food bank to help feed 500 families in Osceola County.
Footage from MagicalNewsLIVE shows the usually cheerful and upright goose sprawled out on its back on the boat that he fishes from.
However, the union also announced that they have come to an agreement with Disney that there will be no permanent layoffs.
The Walt Disney Company is offering some clarity on upcoming layoffs and who will be impacted.
'No cast member goes hungry'
The company announced it will be laying off 28,000 part-time and full-time workers between its parks in Florida and California. Nearly 6,700 are non-union workers.
Over 6,000 people are expected to be laid off at Walt Disney World in the coming weeks. Current and former employees are organizing to help those in need.
The Walt Disney Co. said Tuesday it planned to lay off 28,000 workers in its parks division in California and Florida.
Disney World is seeing sparse crowds during the pandemic. Hopes of normalcy after the parks reopened are far from reality, leaving an uncertain future in the coming months for the company and our economy.
Walt Disney World is offering an on-site COVID-19 test site for employees and their family members.
A North Carolina grandmother is suing Disney after she arrested last year when park security found a bottle of CBD oil in her possession.
High-profile civil rights attorney Ben Crump says he plans to file a lawsuit against on behalf of Hester Burkhalter, a great-grandmother from North Carolina who was arrested at the theme park for having CBD oil in her bag.