State revenue was off $878.1 million in April from an earlier estimate as tourism and hospitality-related industries, along with car sales, were grounded by the coronavirus, according to economists.
A local COVID-19 survivor believes her role in the clinical trial of a treatment drug for the virus may have saved her life.
Passengers stuck on a Holland America cruise ship for weeks are pleading with Florida's governor to allow the ship to dock.
Ocala Fire Rescue (OFR) on Wednesday responded to a four-vehicle crash along southbound lanes Interstate 75 near W. Silver Springs Blvd.
Deputies went to a robbery suspect's house to arrest him -- only to apparently interrupt his exfoliating session.
The National Rifle Association has abandoned an effort to keep secret the identities of two young adults in a challenge to a state law raising the age to purchase rifles and other long guns.
Researchers say $1.5 trillion in federal funding to state and local governments is parceled out according to census data, much more than previously thought.
Florida’s new lottery chief has given up his appointed spot on the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority and is cutting ties with the fitness chain he has owned.
The Groveland Police Department says they made a huge narcotics bust during a traffic stop that included marijuana, acid, and hallucinogenic mushrooms.
There is a massive effort to wipe out pythons that have taken over the Florida Everglades. People from around the world, including Central Florida, are hoping to be paid by the state to find and kill the monster snakes.
Federal transportation officials have concluded that design flaws and a lack of oversight led to the collapse of a Miami university bridge that killed six people last year.
Dozens of veterans received an American flag pin and postcard from Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings, who thanked them for their service.
Hundreds of people attended the 20th annual Veterans Day Parade held in downtown Orlando Saturday morning.
Gov. Ron DeSantis said Thursday he has established the Governor’s Faith and Community-Based Initiative, which will be led by a former president and executive director of the Tim Tebow Foundation.
The Traveling Memorial stands as a reminder of the great sacrifices made during the Vietnam War.
Six recipients received a statuette of the American flag for their service to their communities and country.