Another major problem has surfaced with Florida's already faulty unemployment website.
Florida is still grappling with a troubled unemployment system.
The Department of Economic Opportunity says they improved the system to file claims, but many say it's not working properly.
People on social media are puttig out a call, asking others to join a virtual protest using #FLDEOVIRTUALPROTEST.
Florida is the worst state when it comes to processing unemployment claims, but one Central Florida congressman says he has a plan
Florida Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy’s office is getting inundated with calls from frustrated people who have run into issues with Florida's unemployment filing system.
Orange County Public Schools is changing it's COVID-19 meal distribution policy after FOX 35 News asks questions.
A new, mobile-friendly online application for Reemployment Assistance has been made available by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO).
Florida has struggled to keep up with the huge surge in jobless claims.
There remains a backlog of over half-a-million claims in Florida's unemployment system.
The State of Florida does not require training for school resource officers (SRO).
A FOX 35 investigation prompted Orange County to reassess fees the county charges residents to own dogs deemed dangerous.
More and more families are turning cameras to monitor and keep elderly loved ones safe.
The highway on and off ramp project that's been plagued by problems will not opening any time soon. We wondered, what's the most optimistic goal/deadline. Officials don't want to commit to a date.
Florida Tech’s main entrance on University Boulevard is bustling.
Have you noticed more sites online notifying you of your privacy rights? New procedures have been rolled out across the county, in part, because of new laws in California.
U.S. Rep. Darren Soto is seeking answers from the Transportation Security Administration after an unaccompanied 15-year-old teenager with autism was able to get through a security checkpoint.
Agents say Anthony Todt billed thousands of dollars' worth of fake physical therapy sessions to Medicaid and private insurers to fund a lifestyle beyond his means.
School bus overcrowding has been an issue in Osceola County since the beginning of the year, according to parents and student.
Sade Subbs, 15, was able to go through Transportation Security Administration Pre-Check without a government-issued ID and just an airline drink coupon, according to police reports.