Floridians who believed that they have come into contact with the novel coronavirus are encouraged to get tested when possible.
The drive-thru is scheduled to open on Monday. Patients will need to be screened by a doctor before getting tested.
Montverde Academy in Lake County will not re-open for students after their Spring Break next week over concerns of coronavirus.
Lake County introduced Chromebooks a few years ago. They have about 27,000. Nearly all high school students have one.
There are no coronavirus cases in Lake County right now, but that doesn’t mean the district isn’t prepared.
Major laboratories in Florida will be getting in-house testing kits for COVID-19.
A graffiti artist is tagging the town of Leesburg. Now, the Leesburg Center for the Arts is hoping to identify the artist to create a partnership.
The Supervisor of Elections said all of the falsified registrations came from a third-party voter registration organization.
At least 119 falsified voter registration forms have been identified in Lake County.
Lake County is repaving 92 miles of road to keep up with all of the growth in the county.
A foster family in Lake County lost everything in a house fire.
A teenager was caught camera strangling a pet duck, authorities say. Tavares police are now pursuing animal cruelty charges.
A monument honoring the Groveland Four was unveiled in Lake County on Friday.
A memorial is set to be unveiled in Lake County to honor the Groveland Four. The Groveland Four, Charles Greenlee, Walter Irvin, Samuel Shepherd, and Ernest Thomas, were four African-American men from Lake County who were wrongly accused of raping a woman in 1949.
Outrage is growing in Lake County, two weeks after a man and his nephew were found murdered.
Authorities are investigating the fatal shooting of a woman whom investigators say was killed by her boyfriend. The boyfriend, who claimed the shooting was a mistake, has been charged with manslaughter.
A World War II veteran was beaten and robbed, but months later, authorities said they were able to tie a suspect to the crimes.
Protesters were hauled out of a meeting over the relocation of a controversial Confederate statue to Lake County.
Scammers are calling people preying on their fear of identity theft. These scammers are telling potential victims they are law enforcement officers and the victims' social security numbers are being used in fraudulent cases.
The Sheriff's Office is advising people to just hang up if you get this call.