A young man who battled coronavirus was reunited with his health care workers after weeks on the mend.
FOX 35's Bob Frier gives us a roundup of the coronavirus headlines trending now.
FOX 35's Bob Frier explains the 'sick stick' which can tell you if you're sick even if you're feeling fine.
Many students with Bright Futures scholarships are facing challenges completing their requirements because of the coronavirus.
FOX 35's Bob Frier does a round-up of some of the COVID-19 stories making headlines.
Kids can lose up to 25-percent of their reading skills over the summer. So how do you keep them interested in academics during summer vacation?
Four years have passed since the deadly mass shooting at the Pulse Nightclub. Pulse owner Barbara Poma says there is a different between a moment and a movement, and this should be remembered as part of a movement.
FOX 35's Bob Frier has a round-up of how technology is helping to battle the coronavirus.
FOX 35's Bob Frier is taking a look at technology developed at UCF that could help scientists better understand the coronavirus.
Congress is launching a probe into Florida's unemployment system due to growing reports of missing payments under the CARES Act.
The majority of Seminole County Schools parents want their kids back in school in the fall according to a new survey.
FOX 35 anchor Bob Frier talks about a coronavirus sneeze detector.
NASA engineers are doing their part in the fight against the coronavirus.
Gov. Ron DeSantis said he was blindsided by the state's troubled unemployment system but a memo shows he was made aware of problems before he officially took office. DeSantis called for a detailed review
New technology could help protect law enforcement officers from COVID-19 by heating cabins of police cruisers up to 133 degrees to kill the virus.
Robots are assisting in making COVID-19 tests more efficient and safer for healthcare workers.
FOX 35 caught up with a Naval Academy graduate and his roommate who received a special honor from Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings.
One company thinks a little tunnel vision can help the world reopen amid the pandemic.
Gyms are back open and exercise is a good prescription to relieve the stress of the coronavirus pandemic.
Parents and kids are getting a chance to wave goodbye to teachers now that the school year is ending.