FOX 35 has listed many of the Halloween-themed activities that Central Florida residents can enjoy this fall.
Jared Guynes, a Brand Ambassador for Hooters, posted on Facebook after FOX 35's story about the child went viral.
The Florida Department of Health has not reported a daily increase above 10,000 infections since late July.
Study earlier this year found stressed parents are drinking more.
For only the second time in tracking history, forecasters have turned to the Greek alphabet for naming storms. Alpha formed in the Atlantic earlier and now Beta has just formed in the western Gulf of Mexico.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at 87 of metastatic pancreatic cancer, according to the court. She was the oldest sitting member.
“God put us there at the right time to act and make a difference."
With the state gaining back more than half of the jobs lost since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Florida’s unemployment rate dropped to 7.4% in August.
Kimba Kimble, 21, and Jaquez Head, 21, have been arrested.
The measures acted on Friday were the last of 206 bills, including a new state budget that reached DeSantis from the 2020 legislative session, which ended March 19.
The 10 insurance companies that participate in the so-called Obamacare market initially submitted rate filings for individual plans.
As many as 100 people were at the gathering in Rochester, New York when gunfire claimed the lives of two people and left 14 others injured.
One of the area's biggest motorcycle events has been canceled. Leesburg Bikefest 2020 was initially moved from April to November, but organizers canceling due concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
West Orange High School will be shut down for at least two weeks due to 10 cases of COVID-19.
President Donald Trump called the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg “an amazing woman” on Friday after learning of her death. Democratic nominee Joe Biden said Ginsburg “stood for all of us.”
Some businesses in the shadow of some of Orlando's larger theme parks are beginning to show signs of bouncing back after the coronavirus pandemic.
Students in Orange County continue to struggle to get online for virtual learning. Roughly one thousand students in the district do not have the right device.
A mother and daughter in Melbourne are trying to become city council members and they are making a political campaign a family affair.
Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings said he is not budging yet on removing an ordinance to require face masks.
Florida's largest teachers union is refocusing efforts on making sure teachers have what they need to have a safe and successful school year.