Orlando bar owners push back last-call security ordinance

At an Orlando City Council meeting on Monday, there was the first reading of a heavily debated ordinance that is intended to improve the safety and security of downtown bars and nightclubs. Some owners of these establishments said that if it is approved it could put them out of business.

FAA investigating near-miss at JFK Airport

Officials are investigating a close call at John F. Kennedy International Airport Friday night between a plane that was crossing a runway and another that was preparing for takeoff.

Unicycling teen in final stretch of East Coast journey

The East Coast Greenway is a 3,000-mile bike and pedestrian path stretching from Maine to Florida. The route is not continuous and some parts are located on busy streets. Avery Seuter is a 19-year-old taking on the brazen task of riding the entire pathway on a unicycle.

Wekiva Island presents 7th Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland returns to Wekiva Island nightly “snow” flurries, sparkling holiday décor, and visits from Santa. It runs through Christmas Day. Winter Wonderland is open to the public. There is a $2 admission fee, and select events require an additional ticket.

Who killed 3 people inside Florida hotel room?

Almost six years later, the search continues for a killer in Altamonte Springs. Police got a call from an extended stay motel in July of 2016. Inside a room, investigators found three bodies -- they were not related but just happened to be staying at the motel at the time.

Weekend Wonders: onePULSE Community Rainbow Run

The Sixth Annual CommUNITY Rainbow Run and Family Festival benefiting the onePULSE Foundation and the National Pulse Memorial & Museum will be held on Saturday, from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Weekend Wonders: Brews Around The Zoo

If you're wondering what to do across Central Florida this weekend, we have you covered in this week's edition of Weekend Wonders. Central Florida Zoo director Stephanie Williams shares details about Brews Around The Zoo.

Rent prices skyrocketing across country

The nationwide surge on rent prices is forcing renters to dig deeper into their pockets to help them find or maintain housing as a federal moratorium on evictions has now ended. Orlando is among the top 10 markets to rent increases for the month of January.