FOX 35 News talks with a so-called 'gator whisperer' about what might provoke an alligator to come after you and the warning signs.
Welcome to Rockville was suspended after lightning was spotted close to Daytona International Speedway.
MegaCon Orlando is bringing some mega crowds to the Orange County Convention Center this weekend.
Fourth-graders at Sanford's Pine Crest Elementary are ready to track the tropics. This morning, they showed FOX 35 Storm Team Meteorologist Allison Gargaro what they have been learning from the FOX 35 Thunder Truck Storm School.
The City of Orlando will soon have a new Chief of Police. Deputy Chief Eric Smith will take over the job later this year when Chief Orlando Rolón retires later this year. FOX 35 Anchor John Brown spoke with the next chief about his new promotion.
The City of Orlando's first Hispanic police chief is retiring later this year, according to a statement released by the Orlando Police Department Thursday evening. Chief Orlando Rolón said he intends to step down on Nov. 1, with his last day of work on Aug. 19. FOX 35 Anchor John Brown sat down with Chief Rolón as he reflected on his time in law enforcement and as Orlando's top law enforcement officer.
FOX 35 News Anchor John Brown visits Winter Garden, where Mayor John Rees discusses the struggles the city experienced during the freezes of the late 1980s and how it has rebounded ever since.
FOX 35 News Anchor John Brown visits Winter Garden where agriculture and the weather have contributed to its growth over the years. People flocked to the Orange County community for the warm weather and the fact you could grow vegetables and citrus plants all year round.
Sarah Brown with Orlando's iconic Track Shack has details on the 29th Run For The Trees 5K.
Earth Day is Friday and FOX 35 is celebrating all week long. FOX 35 meteorologist Allison Gargaro visited Black Hammock Bee Farms to learn more about how important bee colonies are for the environment
If you're wondering what to do across Central Florida this weekend, we have you covered in this week's edition of Weekend Wonders. Central Florida Zoo director Stephanie Williams shares details about Brews Around The Zoo.
Thousands of previously classified documents regarding UFOs have now been released to the public, and some of the stories include alien abductions , electrical paralysis, sexual encounters, and other bizarre accounts.
A new monument in Orlando’s Lorna Doone Park commemorates a milestone in American race relations, a significant step that, in 1955, didn't seem like that big of a deal to a bunch of 12-year-olds.
Golfball-sized hail left damage to cars and homes after storms passed through Central Florida on Tuesday.
From St. Petersburg, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill that abolishes the Florida Standards Assessment exams, which has been one of his priorities this legislative session.
A funnel cloud formation was spotted in Lake County near Clermont around 8 p.m. on Tuesday.
The war in Ukraine is an important moment in world history that is playing out in real time. Instructors are using this as a teaching moment.
Many of us love to eat oysters, but there are also benefits to the environment after they leave the plate. Recycled oyster shells are being returned to the water in Brevard County.
Once a year, Walt Disney World's Epcot park is in full boom, celebrating the International Flower and Garden Festival. A lot of work goes behind bringing Disney characters to life through horticulture.
An organization is raising money to help house refugees from Ukraine. Rentals To Rescue is made up of operators and vendors in the vacation rental industry. The group set up a GoFundMe account to put roofs over refugees heads with short term rentals.