A tree farm in Eustis is seeing a lot of people cutting down their own Christmas trees and getting into the holiday spirit.
The first big cold front of the season for Central Florida is just days away.
Thousands are flocking to area theme parks and smaller attractions along International Drive, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
As tourists crowd Central Florida theme parks, area small business owners are hoping to draw locals for Small Business Saturday.
The Orlando Magic are holding their 28th annual Thanksgiving Breakfast, helping to feed struggling families in Central Florida.
The department says the fire began in a unit occupied by a nutritional store.
A surfer dived in to help those in the sinking plane.
The boy's mother said that the potato masher may seem just like a utensil, but it is really Liam's safety blanket.
Please note that change has not yet been made official and it is still under consideration.
A small plane crashed into a lake inside a the Venetian Bay community in New Smyrna Beach.
An annual tradition returns as the Pendas Law Firm gave away turkeys to families in need.
The Indian River Lagoon in Brevard County has been dealing with algae blooms and runoff for years.
Charges have been dropped against a woman accused of leaving a child in a hot car to die.
A deadly shootout in Poinciana was caught on camera and now authorities are searching for two teenage suspects.
A pool technician discovered the bodies of three people inside a Clermont home. Police are investigating the case as a murder-suicide.
Orlando International Airport is seeing a surge in travelers despite warnings from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A New Smyrna Beach police officer is recovering after being shot by a suspect.
Orange County leaders are warning residents to take COVID-19 precautions seriously ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
FOX 35 is a proud sponsor of 10th Annual Orange County Mayor's Toy Drive. Now, through the first week of December, toy donations are accepted.
Coronavirus cases continue to surge in Florida as the state continues to inch toward the one million mark.