Taco Bell brings back fan favorite item for a limited time
Taco Bell customers decided, and the Enchirito is back on the menu while supplies last
Ford tells owners of some Lincoln SUVs to park outside due to fire risk with engines off
Ford is recalling certain Lincoln MKC SUVs from the 2015 to 2019 model years. The company says it has 19 reports of fires that may be related to the problem.
Money stored in Venmo, other payment apps could be vulnerable, watchdog warns
Customers of Venmo, PayPal and CashApp should not store their money with those apps for the long term, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Here's why.
Onion rings snack sold at Dollar Tree stores recalled over undeclared allergen
The Rudolph’s OnYums “Onion Flavored Rings" were sold in select Dollar Tree stores in 17 U.S. states, the FDA said.
First United Methodist Church of Orlando selling downtown parcel of land
This is unusual for Downtown Orlando: an acre of land in the heart of the city that could be yours, if the offer is right. The church across the street has owned the parcel for more than a hundred years, and they said now was the right time to sell.
Amtrak launches flash sale for summer travel to Florida
Amtrak has introduced a limited-time flash sale for travelers throughout the summer to skip the traffic of I-95 and bring aboard their vehicle on the Auto Train.
Which sunscreen should you choose? Here are the best of 2023
Consumer Reports tested over-the-counter sunscreens and ranked which is the best at keeping you and your family safe this summer.
Florida's Freedom Summer: Certain items, event admissions are tax-free now through Sept. 4
Certain recreational and outdoor items and admissions to entertainment and cultural events are exempt from tax starting on Monday, May 29 as part of Florida's Freedom Summer Sales Tax Holiday.
National Park Service offering historic Cape Cod dune shacks for lease, frustrating long-time occupants
The shacks are extremely rustic, most with limited running water and electricity, and most of current lessees use outhouses.
Ford electric vehicle owners to get access to Tesla Supercharger network
There are about 54,000 public vehicle charging stations in the U.S., but many charge much more slowly than Tesla stations.
MSG myths: Why this food additive gets a bad rap
For more than five decades, MSG has been cast as a food additive that can make you sick, despite repeated studies proving otherwise.
What Memorial Day travel will cost you this year versus last year
International airfare is up 50% to European destinations for Memorial Day weekend.
Regulators OK $1.25B in credit lines for Citizens Property Insurance
As the start of hurricane season nears, regulators this week approved lines of credit totaling $1.25 billion for the state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp.
Lake County home prices shocking, scaring away potential buyers
Payton Easley is looking to buy a home in Lake County. The problem is, she's not sure if she can afford it.
Dairy Queen discontinues fan-favorite menu option, says it could return in the future
The restaurant didn't offer an explanation but confirmed the news.
DoorDash accused in lawsuit of charging iPhone users more for delivery
The lawsuit claims iPhone users are charged extra fees on top of their food delivery bill.
Your car is spying on you, but a new website helps you learn what's being shared
If you remember the computer chip shortage that continues to slow automakers, it's because modern vehicles are computers on wheels, so what does that mean?
States sue telecom company accused of making billions of robocalls to people on Do Not Call Registry
The lawsuit alleges the company also reportedly sent or transmitted scam calls about the Social Security Administration, Medicare, and Amazon.
Target pulls some LGBTQ+ merchandise from stores ahead of June Pride month after threats to workers
Target is removing certain items from its stores and making other changes to its LGBTQ+ merchandise nationwide ahead of Pride month, after an intense backlash from some customers including violent confrontations with its workers.
Ford decides to keep AM radio on 2024 models, will restore AM on 2 electric vehicles from 2023
Owners of new Ford vehicles will be able to tune in to AM radio in their cars, trucks and SUVs after all.