It has been a stormy and gloomy end to the weekend, but thankfully these conditions won't last long.
18-year-old Sincere Pierce and 16-year-old Angelo Crooms were shot and killed when a deputy fired into a car as it drove toward them.
The health department in Osceola County used a flu shot event on Saturday to help officials prep for when the COVID-19 vaccine eventually becomes available.
A new document shows allegations of violence and harassment against the deputy involved in the shooting that killed two teens in Cocoa.
The Florida Department of Health reported 8,409 new cases of coronavirus, along with an additional 41 deaths on Saturday.
Visitors are encouraged to buy tickets in advance.
A group of researchers at the University of Central Florida have been modeling how COVID-19 spreads. The takeaway from their research is that if you're a COVID-positive younger man, whose only symptom is a stuffy nose, then you check all the boxes for being a super-spreader.
The University of Florida is looking ahead, making a major announcement regarding students returning to class for the spring semester.
The Daytona Beach bandshell hosted country star Chase Rice Friday night, as the live entertainment industry works to cope with a COVID-19 world.
Nearly a dozen bars in Orange County were criticized for not following coronavirus safety guidelines. Now that the weekend is here, they may be under the microscope again.
Walt Disney World will allow park hopping once again starting on Jan.1, 2021.
All Tonka wants for Christmas is a forever home.
Testing sites are getting more crowded as Floridians get tested before Thanksgiving.
Alexis Rose Veit began feeling ill on Oct. 26, according to a Facebook post written by Travis Holder, director of Ballard County Emergency Management.
The Florida Department of Health reported 9,085 new coronavirus cases on Friday, along with an additional 79 deaths.
Jesus Marrero was spotted behind the school building near a dumpster at Southlake Elementary School.
The U.S. Postal Service is preparing for more gifts to be mailed this year than usual as the COVID-19 pandemic forces many families to spend holidays apart.
She chose to receive her winnings as a one-time, lump-sum payment of $790,000.
So, are people really taking pandemic precautions this Thanksgiving? It turns out, some are.
FDLE says it may be difficult for Paige to communicate.