Flooding in Gotha

Nestor soaked Central Florida as it passed over the panhandle Friday night through Saturday. The rainy weather worried residents in Gotha who have already dealt with flooding for months.

Toddler with leukemia in need of bone marrow donor

A little girl is in desperate need of a bone marrow donor. Chloe Bella Carvalho has been diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML). She has been at Winnie Palmer Hospital undergoing chemotherapy and needs to find a perfectly matched donor.

Venomous puss caterpillars return to Florida

Don't be fooled by their fuzzy wuzzy appearance: those seemingly harmless caterpillars could poison you! The venomous puss caterpillars have made their seasonal return to several states, including Florida.

Network of women raising awareness about man with HIV

A Florida man with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is accused of having sex with multiple partners without informing them of his infection. At least two of the man's past partners have tested positive for the virus, investigators say.

Going inside NASA's Vehicle Assembly Building

We get a rare look inside NASA Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB). Inside is a critical component of the planned Space Launch System (SLS), the pathfinder rocket. Weighing in at 228,000 pounds, the pathfinder is a full-scale mock-up of the rocket’s core stage and will provide the power necessary to send NASA’s Orion spacecraft beyond Earth’s orbit and to the Moon.

New details in allegation of inappropriate contact at Magic Kingdom

A guest at Walt Disney World Resort was arrested on Wednesday and faces accusations that he inappropriately touched a child during a visit to the Magic Kingdom. James Anthony Jones, 50, of Orlando, is charged with one count of lewd and lascivious molestation of a child under the age of 18. Deputies with the Orange County Sheriff's Office say they have reason to believe Jones may have been involved in a second incident in which there was inappropriate contact with a minor at the park on the same day.

Wounded deputy honored with free cruise

A Brevard County sheriff's deputy has been given an all-expense-paid cruise by a non-profit organization for his display of courage when responding to a call earlier this year that left him wounded. Deputy Paul Phillips was shot and severely wounded after attempting to diffuse a fight between two neighbors in Indialantic back in June. The suspect in that shooting was killed.