“I wanted to find a way to use Twitter to draw people together and help us all feel less isolated during this time, while still staying safe," Jessica Kantrowitz told FOX TV Stations.
The Town of Oakland’s holiday celebrations will look a bit different this year due to precautions taken due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Scottish Parliament unanimously passed a bill that will make all menstrual products free and easily accessible in a first-of-its-kind bid to end “period poverty.”
NASA holds an annual cooking challenge to ask high school student to create and prepare a meal which astronauts could enjoy in space.
A Central Florida teenager who recently experienced sudden cardiac arrest is joining her father to find more health resources for the Volusia County School District, including automated external defibrillator (AED) machines.
The holidays are the happiest time of the year for many but it can also be difficult for others. The coronavirus pandemic is adding another layer of stress.
Some who struggle to sleep are turning to what is called miracle leaf. One doctor with spoke with cautioned that there is no scientific evidence to back its effectiveness as a sleep aid.
An Orange County man who lost his job at Walt Disney World during the pandemic is now using his skills to make wooden replicas of flags.
An NBA legend had cars lined up for hours around Camping World Stadium Thursday afternoon.
Earvin “Magic” Johnson is an ambassador for Simply Healthcare. Together with Farm Share and 4 Roots, they handed out more than 4,000 turkeys and the fixings.
The world's largest White Castle broke ground in Central Florida on Thursday. The burger chain will open late next year.
Becoming a foster family is a rewarding way to give back to the community. Peter and Kendra Amico wanted a big family, and a big family is what they got through fostering.
A Special Olympics athlete is getting a hometown welcome after completing an incredible feat. Chris Nikic, 21, became the first person with down syndrome to complete an Ironman Triathalon earlier this month and on Thursday he received another special honor.
The Smart Bus, sponsored by AdventHealth and Orlando Health, addresses food insecurity and makes sure children of low income families are receiving food.
Florida reported nearly 8,000 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday. While cases rise, Pfizer has reported a vaccine trial that shows around 95 percent effectiveness in fighting COVID-19. Now, counties in Florida are discussing distribution plans once approved.
U.S. regulators are allowing emergency use of the first rapid coronavirus test that can be done entirely at home.
If you're stressed out over preparing a Thanksgiving meal during a pandemic, you may be pleased to know a number of restaurants are providing to-go turkeys and all the fixings.
A lot of people are looking for some extra joy due to the coronavirus pandemic, so they're getting an early start on Christmas decorating. One homeowner is decorating with lights and each light will represent a victim of COVID-19.
The Orange County Mayor's Toy Drive is underway and FOX 35 is a sponsor. There are contactless toy drop off locations at the Silver Star Community Park that will be operating on November 23.
A number of holiday traditions may be impacted due to the coronavirus pandemic. One of those traditions, NORAD's tracking of Santa Claus, will still happen with a few tweaks.