Firefighter Renee Beasley spotted a dust devil whipping around in her own backyard. It didn't quite have the intensity of a tornado, but it was still an alarming sight.
Mother Nature put on a dramatic display in Apopka on Monday. Firefighter Renee Beasley spotted a dust devil whipping around in her own backyard. It didn't quite have the intensity of a tornado, but it was still in alarming sight.
The Florida Forest Service said the scene of the brush fire was located at 614 W. Ella J. Gilmore Street in Apopka.
Congress approved a landmark COVID-19 relief bill Wednesday. In addition to stimulus checks, there is extra money added to unemployment. One labor expert says these unemployment benefits are keeping some potential employees at home.
Ivanka Trump was in Apopka on Tuesday as part of an effort to distribute food boxes to needy families. People were able to drive up at the City of Destiny Church and receive a box of food, all made possible by the United States Department of Agriculture.
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.
The first doses of the coronavirus vaccine have finally arrived at Wellsprings Residence in Apopka -- one of many assisted living facilities that have been waiting.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis ordered vaccines to be administered to nursing homes and assisted living facilities by the end of Sunday, some wonder if it will happen.
As many long-term care facilities are scheduling their second dose, some still haven't received their first dose.
Organizers said they were giving out enough to feed more than 500 families. People in line say they're not just looking to get food for themselves.
Students and staff at Apopka High School are devastated over the loss of a beloved basketball coach.
A basketball coach in Apopka has died. Students and staff are mourning the death of assistant basketball coach Earl Graham who died last week after battle with COVID-19.
Apopka police officers said a Good Samaritan saved a baby from crawling into traffic after the child was left unattended by a mother who was under the influence of LSD.
The sheriff's office says it happened just before 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday night on Hermit Smith Road.
The Orange County Sheriff's Office's Sheriff John Mina and other city and county leaders participated in this year's Apopka Christmas parade.
A COVID admin fee was included on the receipt of an Apopka-area business.
There is coronavirus quarantine confusion at two Orange County Schools. The district says families did not receive an automated voice message due to a glitch in the notification system.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and the National Shooting Sports Foundation is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information that will help arrest five people who stole guns from a shop in Apopka.
A Florida man is recovering after being mauled by a leopard in South Florida.
Almost three years ago, Drew and Alecia opened the door to Theo: a sweet, scared little boy who soon would show them how full of energy and fire he is.