Trenton Duckett vanished 14 years ago. The Lake County child's family believes he is still alive.
A number of Orange County parents are speaking out about the challenges ESE (exceptional student education) students are facing because of COVID-19.
College students are cashing in by donating plasma after recovering from COVID-19.
A Seminole County firefighter who tested positive for the coronavirus is being disciplined for breaking quarantine.
One day after U.S. intelligence agencies said Iran and Russia obtained voter information for election interference, we are learning more about how the scammers got the information.
An inmate at a Florida prison is suing the state’s Department of Corrections over allegations that an officer put chlorine bleach in her drink.
Some parents do not want their kids to wear masks, so they plan to sue schools, FOX 35 has learned. The parents have raised more than $11,000 on GoFundMe to cover legal fees for this lawsuit.
A FOX 35 Investigation into the animals that are smuggled across state lines and international borders, they deserve better, but in the case of a spider monkey, better is The Brevard County Zoo.
2 cases or 32 cases among nursing home employees? The state database showed an alarming spike at The Life Care Center of Melbourne, but FOX 35 News discovered no one was checking the numbers nor following up about them.
A grandmother was laid to rest after dying from coronavirus with no family by her side. Family members were prohibited from visiting her nursing home which has experienced a spike in COVID-19 cases.
A ramp connecting Interstate 85 to the St. Johns Heritage Parkway in Palm Bay is finally open.
Savannah Parvu is an outspoken advocate working to stop human trafficking. She knows the pain firsthand because she was once a victim.
From March to June in Central Florida, the number of child pornography and exploitation investigations have more than doubled.
FOX35 continues to investigate inaccuracies involving Florida's COVID-19 numbers.
A person who died in a motorcycle accident was added to Florida’s COVID-19 death count, according to a state health official.
(UPDATE) On Saturday, Kent Donahue, from Dr.
The Orange County Medical Examiners explains what is considered a coronavirus-related death. We pressed for answers after learning a fatal motorcycle accident was listed as part of the state's COVID-19 death count.
The Florida Department of Health released its daily coronavirus testing report showing a statewide positivity rate of 11 percent, but FOX 35 News investigated and quickly noticed some shocking positivity rates.
The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) is reporting a record number of deaths from COVID-19, listing 156 deaths from the virus on Thursday. However, one Florida professor said there needs to be more transparency in the data.
A FOX 35 investigation has revealed that some laboratories across the state are only reporting positive COVID-19 cases, which is leading discrepancies on how the state is calculating positivity percentage rates.