A low-pressure system that had been lingering off the Florida coast over the weekend remains disorganized as it begins to lift up the Atlantic Seaboard. Because the development of this system is no longer likely, the FOX 35 Storm Team has expired the FOX 35 Storm Alert Day for Monday.
The Florida Department of Transportation is about to begin construction on a new interchange at Interstate 4 and County Road 532 (ChampionsGate Blvd.), which they say will alleviate traffic congestion.
Protesters gathered at Orlando's Lake Eola Park on Sunday, calling for the Biden administration to assist the Cuban people.
There are new features on Volusia County’s beach access app following a redesign to make it more user-friendly.
The Milk District in Orlando is offering entrepreneurs the chance to open a temporary brick-and-mortar store without the huge overhead cost.
The Orlando Police Department is investigating what they are describing as robberies that could rise to the level of hate crimes targeting LGBT victims.
AdventHealth on Thursday announced it is reinstating a number of safety protocols following the resurgence in the coronavirus. Several other hospital systems across Central Florida are following suit or exploring added safety measures.
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Brian Fronczek loved to play ice hockey, and punishing other players was his forte. But during his high school and college career, he took a lot of hits too.
Coronavirus cases are surging in Central Florida. AdventHealth says that they currently have over 700 patients in their facilities across the region. During the peak back in January of 2021, there were 900 patients. Nursing homes are also bracing for impact during this summer spike. According to AARP, the COVID-19 vaccination rate among nursing home workersin Florida is the second-lowest in the country. The organization says less than 42 percent of nursing home staff in Florida had been fully vaccinated compared to the national average of about 56 percent.
Strong storms moved across Central Florida early Tuesday evening. Lightning knocked out power in part of Seminole County. Anywhere from two to five inches of rain fell from Orlando to Lake Mary.
Deputies said a Florida man charged people to haul trash away but instead of taking it to a waste center, he illegally dropped the trash onto empty lots in Poinciana.
With just weeks to go before children return to school, a debate is brewing on how that should look. The American Academy of Pediatrics says all students older than two and all school staff should wear masks. There's an uptick in cases in virtually all the states in the United States, and for that reason, they want to go the extra mile to make sure that children are protected. This runs counter to the latest guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Boaters at the Melbourne Harbor Marina woke up to a stinky situation on Monday. A massive fish kill has clogged up areas of Crane Creek.
The City of Orlando has voted to expand curbside dining that was introduced during the coronavirus pandemic. The program, which has been extended another three years, allows restaurants to establish more seating in parklets -- street parking spots converted into dining space.
Florida law enforcement officers, including Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood, have returned from a visit to the U.S.-Mexico border. The trip came following an invitation by U.S. Rep. Kat Cammack. Sheriff Chitwood said border security is not a political issue and believes there is a connection between drug trafficking across the border and fentanyl overdoses in Florida.
The cost of rent in Florida has increased more than any other place in the entire country. The company CoStar Group, Inc. says it has increased more than 15 percent since the beginning of this yea -- twice the national average.
A Deltona man and his teenage brother were arrested after deputies say a fight at a gas station led to a drive-by shooting over the weekend.
A 15-year-old Ocoee resident was shot and killed outside a home, authorities said. The victim has been identified as Jesus Ramirez. The shooting suspect is still on the loose.
A protest in Downtown Orlando brought people together to support Cubans on Saturday.