As concerns rise over the shortage of coronavirus tests, some doctors believe the answer may lie with 3-D printing capabilities.
Florida officials are warning about stimulus scams,
Coronavirus cases in Florida exceeded 9,000 as of Thursday evening. As the new numbers were released, two cruise ships carrying sick passengers docked in Florida at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale. Four passengers have died.
President Trump says one million COVID-19 tests have been administered.
Teachers and administrators are asking families to be patient as they kick off the first week of distance learning.
Orlando is one of the hardest hit areas in terms of unemployment due to tourism driving the economy.
A drive-thru testing site is opening at the Orange County Convention Center. The drive-thru testing began at 9 a.m. on Wednesday.
Masks and other protective gear are essential for those on the front-lines in the fight against coronavirus. Residents of Flagler County are being asked to donate items.
Some farmer's markets are transitioning to drive-thru service amid concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.
As Congress was locked in stalemate, the number of known infections worldwide jumped past 350,000. After just a few weeks, the United States has more than 35,000 cases and more than 400 deaths.
While Tito's Handmade Vodka is still advising people to not use its standard vodka product as hand sanitizer, the company says its distillery is set to begin production on making actual hand sanitizer that adheres to industry and government guidelines.
A couple says the coronavirus canceled their wedding. They told FOX 35 News they don't know when they'll be able to get married.
A woman spoke to FOX 35's Vicki Karr about how she's not letting cancer and the coronavirus stop her from getting married.
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The university confirms a student and a contractor have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Disney hotels closed as of 5 p.m. on Friday amid the coronavirus outbreak. It's not clear when they will reopen.
In a news conference, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said the state would continue to expand testing as the coronavirus outbreak spreads.
Orange and Osceola Counties have issued curfews from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. until further notice.
FOX 35's Heather Gustafson and Tabatha Marks discuss the latest trending stories.
Inmates from jails across the state have been released.