These devices could save your life
Oviedo firefighters are getting new life saving equipment to help the community. The department demonstrated two new devices on Wednesday. The first is a new scope that allows paramedics to intubate a patient immediately at the scene. The second is a new automatic chest compression system that can be placed over the patient for precise CPR.
First look at new themed restaurant coming to Sanford
Looking for a unique dining experience in Central Florida? Have you been to The Argonaut Bar and Lounge in Tavares? FOX 35's David Martin takes us inside the themed bar and lounge -- and gets a first look at their newest concept in the works for Sanford.
Track Chair program coming to Florida allows mobility-impaired people to explore wilderness
A one-of-a-kind program to help mobility-impaired people experience nature trails is coming to Central Florida. The Track Chair program is a first-of-its-kind in Florida.
Discarded batteries suspected of starting waste facility fire
Officials say old batteries likely sparked a large blaze at a waste facility in Florida. Trash trailers were destroyed by flames with damages estimated to be over half-a-million dollars.
Skiiing in Florida? Yup, and here's where you can do it
Do you think of skiing or snowboarding in Florida? What about indoor skiing when it's 70 degrees outside? You can do both at WinterClub Indoor Ski & Snowboard in Orlando, Florida. Here is how it works -- and how you can book a session.
Sanford SunRail station prompts safety concerns after deadly crash
Transportation officials have given FOX 35 more details about an intersection where trains have crashed into cars three different times.
Florida man charged in shooting death of wife
An Altamonte Springs man has been charged with the murder of his wife, police say.
Winter Wonderslam spreads holiday cheer for good cause in Seminole County
The Winter Wonderslam brings families together for a great cause
Sanford dog owner wants 38 dogs back that were seized from home
Seminole County Animal Services is suing Sanford dog owner Brandon Blake after 39 dogs — one who died — were seized from his property because they were living in poor conditions
Children, teens with special needs meet Sensitive Santa at Florida mall
The sensitive Santa event was held at the Towne Center Mall in Sanford
Student records Seminole Co. bus driver abuse kid with autism on bus
A Seminole County bus driver is behind bars after he reportedly put a child with autism in an elbow lock
Former Seminole County tax collector sentenced to 11 years
Former Seminole County Tax Collector Joel Greenberg, whose arrest led to a federal probe into U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz, was sentenced to eleven years in prison on Thursday
Four dogs dead, dozens of others found in deplorable conditions in Sanford
The dogs were found with feces on their legs and four were found dead
String of violent crimes involving teens draws concern in Central Florida cities
Gun violence has claimed the lives of two people in Sanford over the last two weeks
Seminole County residents bracing for new storm
Residents are bracing for severe weather as a tropical disturbance takes aim at Central Florida while many are still cleaning up following Hurricane Ian.
Sanford residents call for better plan to handle flooding from tropical storms
Cars were wrecked and homes destroyed from floodwaters left by Hurricane Ian. Weeks later, Sanford residents are struggling to recover and they said the city needs to do more to improve drainage.
Florida jewelry thieves create elaborate scheme, stealing $500K worth of merchandise
Thieves in Florida executed an elaborate plan to steal $500K in jewelry from a Longwood business in Seminole County
Teacher accidentally sets off panic alarm at Central Florida middle school
A scare at a local middle school put some parents on edge. A panic alarm was briefly set off at Greenwood Lakes Middle School putting the school into a lockdown.
Seminole County dumps filling up with massive amounts of storm debris
As Seminole County dumps pick up storm debris, here's a look at where it ends up
Sanford residents still using boats to get around neighborhood
Neighbors are using kayaks to get to their cars in Sanford following massive floodwaters left behind by Hurricane Ian