Contrary to expectations that protesters would gather outside of the Florida Capitol on Sunday and Monday, the scene was relatively quiet.
The City of Orlando made the announcement on Twitter.
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Flaviane Carvalho was working at Mrs. Potato Restaurant when she noticed at one of her tables, everyone got food except an 11-year-old boy.
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is back for round two, officially opening up for applications on Tuesday.
FOX 35 Chief Meteorologist Glenn Richards has the latest on the weather in Central Florida.
A new exhibit opened on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day. It looks back at the faces of change in our country and features dozens of photographs taken in the days after George Floyd's death.
A Central Florida nonprofit is helping families in need during the pandemic, and it's two teachers running the whole thing.
The billboard spotted in Orlando requests tips for people involved in the violence at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th.
The announcement comes as the Disneyland California theme park halted its annual pass program entirely.
Reaction among Florida leaders fell along partisan lines.
A man's vehicle was reportedly hit by a bullet nearby.
Orlando police need your help to find a missing girl.
Orlando police are investigating a shooting that left one person injured.
Wilner Belizaire reportedly told police that he was called in to work and attempted to get a babysitter but was unable to.
According to reports, Hawley was shown in a photo "raising his fist in solidarity with pro-Trump protesters on Capitol Hill prior to the violent assault on the Capitol building."
West Melbourne police officer have arrested a man accused of hitting the gas during a traffic stop, injuring an officer.
There are long lines at Disneyland once again, but not for admittance into the parks. The California attraction is now a vaccination site. In Florida, Orange County officials are exploring doing something similar at Walt Disney World.
While UCF contends its investigation doesn't involve the professor's controversial tweets, Negy's attorney says the university couldn't fire him over the tweets so they found something else to try to fire him over.
A University of Central Florida professor is fighting to keep his job after the school announced it intends to fire him.