We are learning more about just how damaging COVID-19 is on the lungs. One medical examiner in Florida is sounding the alarm about what the virus is doing to our organs, even in patients who don't realize they have the infection.
Authorities say one person was killed and two injured in a targeted shooting Monday afternoon outside an Amazon warehouse in Jacksonville, Florida.
A planned fireworks show that would have been funded by Rep. Randy Fine, a Palm Bay Republican, has been rejected by officials with the City of Melbourne.
Aunt Catfish’s by the River closed after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. Owner Brenden Galbreath said the last week has been dedicated to testing employees and making changes.
Despite a pandemic, Orlando's real estate market is booming.
Several popular Volusia County restaurants have been forced to close after employees tested positive for COVID-19.
A Florida representative is planning an event to commemorate the end of slavery.
In both cases, Attorney Crump argues that excessive force was used.
The restaurant owners wants customers to leave if they do not want to follow social distancing.
Health officials said the majority of positive cases are young people.
A total of 64 firefighters are in quarantine, the Fire Chief said.
Good Day Orlando's Danielle Knox has the story.
Wearing masks is a hotly debated topic during the pandemic.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a majority of Americans favor safety measures and lockdowns to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The Trump Administration says there will not be another shutdown of the economy .
Some businesses say they are seeing a change in face mask-wearing habits among customers.
President Donald Trump is expected to announce as early as Thursday that the RNC will relocate outside of Charlotte. Right now, Jacksonville is a leading contender.
One person is dead after a deputy-involved shooting in Orange County, Sheriff John Mina said on Tuesday.
FOX 35's Bob Frier has the story.
The stimulus program is making $36.5 million worth of one-time $1,000 payments to eligible Orange County residents.
Protesters and rain dispersed a large crowd that gathered throughout Downtown Orlando to protest the death of George Floyd.