More Walt Disney World employees are on the chopping block due to the financial impact of the pandemic.
Walt Disney World has laid off hundreds of entertainers. The company said this is part of the 28,000 layoffs announced a few weeks ago.
A Disney World visitor was charged with carrying a concealed firearm after bringing a gun to the park entrance.
Guests at Walt Disney World Resort got an extra dose of magic on Thursday when the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds performed a flyover at the parks.
Disney Parks revealed Christmas-themed face masks as holiday season approaches amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Disney bloggers are setting up a virtual food bank to help feed 500 families in Osceola County.
First there were not enough Baby Yoda dolls and now it seems there are too many — at least for Disney’s liking.
FOX 35 News first shared Chris Hasty’s story in November. He’s been using his Instagram account @morbid2marathon to document his massive weight loss and his training for Disney’s Dopey Challenge.
Runners from around the region and the country have arrived at Walt Disney World Resort for the annual Marathon Weekend.
Disney issued a warning for viewers with photosensitive epilepsy that certain fight scenes in "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" might cause seizures.
The mother of an autistic child says her son opens up when he visits Walt Disney World, especially when he interacts with the characters.
Crowds waited for hours to experience Star Wars: Ride of the Resistance. Several park guests reported ride errors, with some even having to exit the attraction mid-ride.
Authorities in Central Florida are warning subscribers of Disney+ to be wary of reports of a data breach. Disney says no such security breach has occurred and the company is committed to its customer's safety.
Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party has kicked off at Walt Disney World Resort. There are a number of holiday-themed enhancements at various attractions, in addition to a special fireworks show at the Magic Kingdom.
The new service went live Tuesday morning with the massive demand causing technical issues for some users.
Since being posted Oct. 2 on Facebook, the video has received more than 2 million views.
Walt Disney World park-goers were stuck for hours aboard the Florida resort's newly launched aerial cable car system Saturday night, prompting firefighters to lift people from the gondolas to bring them back to the ground. There were no reported injuries.
Walt Disney World on Friday introduced its newest way to get around the Florida resort: an aerial cable car system that whisks visitors from hotels to theme parks three stories above the ground while going 11 mph (18 kph).
Disney is making a big donation to a local school where the band equipment was recently ruined in a fire.
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