Dr. Daniela Tello grew up in Orlando but has spent the past four years as a resident of internal medicine working at four different hospitals in America’s largest city; the city that’s now America’s COVID-19 epicenter.
Seminole County is not ordering a stay-at-home order like neighboring Orange and Osceola counties; however, officials will enact a social distancing order beginning late Sunday evening.
A scavenger hunt in one Seminole County neighborhood is getting children outdoors.
It's not just hospitality workers who are struggling. Restaurants are also trying to adjust.
Funeral homes are being forced to adjust how they conduct services amid concerns over coronavirus.
A couple from Central Florida is stuck on a cruise ship right now. Dozens of people on board have "flu-like symptoms" and more people are getting sick every day.
Stores are adding barriers between customers and cashiers to protect employees and customers.
Colleges and public schools are closed but some daycare centers remain open.
Restaurants across the state have closed their dining rooms and switching to carry-out only, in response to the coronavirus pandemic. One Central Florida restaurant, Rock Brews in Oviedo, is doing it a little differently.
Teachers, parents and students in Seminole County are preparing for distance learning. Laptops were distributed on Monday and the distance learning begins next week, with instructors teaching from home.
The man was tested positive at a hospital in Altamonte Springs, health officials said.
Seminole County has recorded its first positive case of COVID-19. A 68-year-old man was treated and released from AdventHealth in Altamonte Springs. The man is now isolated in his home.
School volunteers have been teaching children how to properly wash their hands for six years through the Healthy Hands program, but they are ramping up their efforts as the virus spreads across the United States.
President Donald Trump attended a high-dollar fundraiser in Longwood, Florida on Monday before returning to Washington to attend a briefing on the latest efforts by the federal government to address the coronavirus.
Prices on some cruises and flights are very low due to worry over the coronavirus. Some businesses are even offering incentives to book travel now or keep reservations.
Police in Altamonte Springs say a 75-year-old woman backed over her friend twice after a night of drinking.
A report by the Florida Department of Agriculture states that the Central Florida Zoo was at fault in a small train derailment that occurred in 2019.
They're accused of stealing your money, busted after putting credit card skimmers on gas pumps, according to authorities. FOX 35 was the only station there when it went down.
Early reports that the coronavirus may be spread by airborne particulates has caused some supplies to fly off the shelves, including masks.
A baseball coach at Seminole High School lost his job over a victory speech laced with curse words, but following a community petition and a FOX 35 News report, Kenne Brown has been reinstated.