Mother Nature put on a dramatic display in Apopka on Monday. Firefighter Renee Beasley spotted a dust devil whipping around in her own backyard. It didn't quite have the intensity of a tornado, but it was still in alarming sight.
Ivanka Trump was in Apopka on Tuesday as part of an effort to distribute food boxes to needy families. People were able to drive up at the City of Destiny Church and receive a box of food, all made possible by the United States Department of Agriculture.
Police say a brazen thief stole cash out of a church's mailbox. Authorities are searching for a woman seen in surveillance video from Grace Street Church of God in Apopka church, where members have been sending their donations to that mailbox. A thief also struck nearby St. Andrews Presbyterian Church.
A basketball coach in Apopka has died. Students and staff are mourning the death of assistant basketball coach Earl Graham who died last week after battle with COVID-19.
A COVID admin fee was included on the receipt of an Apopka-area business.
An Orange County man who has been coaching youth baseball for decades is the latest person to test positive for the coronavirus.
A beloved baseball coach has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and has been placed in a medically-induced coma as he fights for his life.
Businesses in Apopka are hoping to earn a "Gold Seal Standard," part of a voluntary program certifying that employers and employees have been tested for COVID-19.
Authorities said a man who broke into an off-duty deputy's home in Apopka was shot by that deputy.
An at-home DNA kit delivered some life-changing results for one man
A pregnant woman climbed through a window to safety after her Apopka home went up in flames.
New details have been released in an Amber Alert that was issued on Monday for a missing Apopka girl.
Police said that the girl was taken by an unknown man and could be on the way to Georgia or Texas.
Florida state troopers say they have safely recovered a 3-year-old girl who was abducted in central Florida, finding her hours later inside a vehicle they stopped on an interstate in the north part of the state.
The man reportedly told detectives that he believes he committed the offenses due to ingesting a marijuana blunt that had been laced.
The camera is full of memories, including some of children.
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