Teen hurt in overnight shooting in Orlando

A 15-year-old boy was shot late Tuesday outside an apartment complex in Orlando. He was taken to the hospital. His current condition is unknown. A suspect has not been arrested at this time, but the investigation remains ongoing.

Game on! Retro arcade, bar opens in Orlando

Time warp back to the 80s at 1-Up Orlando, a new arcade, lounge, and bar in downtown Orlando. It has an MTV-inspired bar, a Goonies-themed room, and a Malibu Barbie Dreamhouse loft upstairs. FOX 35's David Martin gives us a look inside this cool new spot in Central Florida.

Bear takes up residence in Lake Eola Park

A young black bear has been spotted in some trees at Lake Eola Park in downtown Orlando doing what bears seemingly do best – sleeping, observing, and occasionally some climbing.

Teens remembered at gun violence town hall

Residents in Orlando's Paramore community came together to remember three teenagers who were recently victims of gun violence. Those teens were all members of the local Boys & Girls Club

Meet Orlando's Poet Laureate, Shawn Welcome

Shawn Welcome graduated from the University of Central Florida and has been a longtime Orlando resident. In 2021, he was selected as Orlando's Poet Laureate, the city's storyteller. FOX 35's Danielle Knox shares his story.

Press conference: Orlando police release bodycam in officer-involved shooting

The Orlando Police Department released bodycam video from a police-involved shooting that happened on Easter Sunday. Police shot and killed a man who began shooting at them. That suspect is also accused of shooting and killing three people inside a home, including two children and a woman. Content warning: Some may find the video tough to watch.

Orlando flag football league hopes to set Guinness World Record

A Florida flag football league has its goal set on a big prize -- a Guinness World Record. The Supreme Flag Football League said it has over 119 teams that compete each week from around the country, possibly the largest league in the world. Video courtesy: FlagBeast

Tyre Sampson's mother speaks out as FreeFall ride prepares for demolition

Nekia Dodd, the mother of Tyre Sampson, visited ICON Park for the first time since her son's deadly fall from the Orlando FreeFall ride. Her visit comes as crews are working to tear the ride down ahead of the one-year anniversary of his death. Dodd was joined by her attorneys Michael Haggard and Kimberly Wald of The Haggard Law Firm.