Video surveillance appears to show a motorcyclist jumping over a rising draw bridge in Daytona Beach, Florida, where the annual Bike Week gathering now is underway.
The Orange County Convention Center has joined all federal vaccine centers, CVS, Publix, Walmart, and Winn-Dixie in offering the shot to All pre-K through 12 educators, staff, and childcare workers.
It was a shocking and unsettling sight near Gainesville High School Friday, where more than 20 years ago, Officer Scott Baird was killed in the line of duty. His memorial stone was discovered not only knocked over but destroyed.
So far, 2021 is proving to be a good year for vacation rentals in Volusia County and other parts of Florida.
A group of Orlando high school girls started a nonprofit that tutors kids struggling with virtual learning.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody and dozens of law enforcement officers gathered in Volusia County in support of legislation that offers more support for police K-9’s
We meet two sister-in-laws -- one looking out for the other during one of the worst years of her life.
Police say a brazen thief stole cash out of a church's mailbox. Authorities are searching for a woman seen in surveillance video from Grace Street Church of God in Apopka church, where members have been sending their donations to that mailbox. A thief also struck nearby St. Andrews Presbyterian Church.
Second Harvest Food Bank distributed food to 500 households in Central Florida on Thursday. They held a drive-thru food pantry event at the Church of the Son in Orlando. The event was a part of a new fundraising campaign they started called In it Together.
Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings on Thursday said that a countywide mask mandate will remain in place for the time being. While some states are doing away with the mandates, health experts say it could be premature to do so given that there are new daily coronavirus cases and deaths. Demings said it might be possible to lift the mandate over the summer if vaccines continue to rise and news cases dwindle.
A photo of a Mississippi middle school teacher’s writing assignment on slavery is drawing heavy criticism online, and parents in the district are speaking out.
Legislation is moving forward in Florida to require people to return rocket parts that might be recovered following a launch. Authorities warn that the parts could be dangerous, could contain intellectual property, or is relevant to national security. Ultimately, lawmakers say the parts belong to the manufacturers and more and more parts are being recycled for future launches.
There has been a renewed focus on Mars after NASA's rover Perseverance recently landed. Soon Rovers won't be the only things roaming the Red Planet as work is being done to put humans on the surface.
All of Florida's teachers, along with daycare and preschool workers, are now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine and CVS has announced their pharmacies are now accepting appointments.
Orlando Attorney Mark Solomon chartered a boat to go fishing, but he made an even bigger discovery while at sea.
The Cape Canaveral Lighthouse stands 151-feet tall and serves as a historic landmark on the Space Coast that sheds light on the past.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 2 Commissioner Tony Ortiz marked the beginning of Florida Bike Month with the completion of the Airport Gap Trail Project.
Eccentric Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa is looking for eight civilian volunteers to blast off to the Moon with him on the first-ever private commercial space trip.
Any people under the age of 65 in Florida who are medically vulnerable and want a coronavirus vaccine need a COVID-19 Determination of Extreme Vulnerability form from the Florida Department of Health and it must be signed by a doctor.
An Orlando attorney went out on a fishing trip in the Florida Keys but ended up reeling in something bigger than a tuna. He found a man stuck at sea so he performed a daring rescue