Ryan Elijah speaks with Visit Orlando's CEO Casandra Matej.
In partnership with the Seminole County Sheriff's Office, AdventHealth has opened a new, innovative addiction treatment center in Sanford. The Hope and Healing Center has been a year in the making. Eventually, the facility will be able to house 26 residents for 30-day treatment programs.
Orlando Magic player Jonathan Isaac joins Orlando Matters to discuss his passions off the court.
FOX 35's Ryan Elijah has a one-on-one interview with Orlando Magic player Jonathan Isaac.
Ryan Elijah speaks with Orange County Convention Center Executive Director, Mark Tester.
Two runoffs for the U.S. Senate seats in Georgia could determine which party controls the legislative body.
Orlando Matters The Better Man Event
A driver was killed after her car flipped into a retention pond in Orlando. We talk to an expert for tips on how to escape from a submerged vehicle.
Move-in day for the University of Central Florida began Saturday and will run through August 23, but this year extra precautions are in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
FOX 35's Ryan Elijah interviews White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on a number of topics, including President Donald Trump's faith in Florida's voting system.
Orlando Magic president Jeff Weltman confirms to FOX 35 Sports that a player has tested positive for COVID-19.
Ryan Elijah speaks with local businessman Eric Holm
One-on-One with Mark Tester, Executive Director, Orange County Convention Center
A change in church services
Artist helping local restaurants
Schools around Central Florida are beginning distance learning, where students will attend classes remotely from home. This comes in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak, which has also disrupted graduation ceremonies and proms.
The outbreak of coronavirus has prompted the closure of theme parks and hotels and the cancelation of conventions and family vacations.
Ryan Elijah sits down with Stephanie Murphy to discuss the coronavirus.
George Zimmerman, the onetime neighborhood watch volunteer who was acquitted in the 2012 shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Florida, is suing Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg for $265 million, claiming both 2020 Democratic presidential candidates defamed him in an attempt to "garner votes in the black community."
A robot is helping build roads in Central Florida, it's called the TyBot.