For the last few weeks, Kyle McBride has only been seeing his wife and four children though glass -- either a window or a computer screen.
Medical professionals are working long hours away from families due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Poinciana Medical Center said that more than 100 cars visited them, honking and flashing their lights to show appreciation for its staff.
Stay-at-home orders are now in effect in Orange and Osceola counties, but what qualifies as essential businesses? Most are surprised to see that gun shops and medical marijuana shops are still open.
A mandate for Orange and Osceola counties residents to "stay-at-home" for two weeks is now in effect.
Residents of two counties that make up a significant part of metropolitan Orlando are now under a stay-at-home order.
As more families are self-isolating at home for extended periods because of the coronavirus outbreak, households may see an unexpected increase in their monthly energy usage.
Non-essential workers are asked to stay home in Osceola County. The order extends to non-essential businesses.
It will begin on Thursday night and last for two weeks.
The Florida Department of Health says that there are 77 positive COVID-19 cases in the state.
Last week, an Osceola County grand jury indicted Christopher Otero-Rivera on charges of second degree murder, abuse of a dead body and tampering with evidence.
The St. Cloud Police Department has made an arrest in shooting involving an off-duty Orlando police officer that happened earlier this month in a residential area.
When the I-4 Ultimate Project is complete, a new expansion highway widening is on the horizon known as Beyond I-4 Ultimate Project.
Troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol have issued a ticket to a driver accused of causing a crash which killed four people, including two children.
FHP said that this was the strongest charge that could be made against him.
Nicole Montalvo’s estranged husband, Christopher Otero-Rivera, made his first appearance before a judge Friday after a grand jury indicted him for second-degree murder, abuse of a dead human body and tampering with evidence on Thursday.
The two men indicted in the death of Nicole Montalvo appeared before a judge on Friday on new charges. Based on documents related to the indictments, investigators believe Montalvo's estranged husband killed her and his father helped get rid of the body.
Court records show that the woman's estranged husband has been indicted for Second-Degree Murder, Abuse of Dead Human, and Tampering with Evidence.
Indictments have been filed in the murder of Nicole Montalvo, the Osceola County mother whose dismembered body was discovered last year on property belonging to her in-laws.
An Osceola County school was placed on lockdown due to a threat which was later determined to be a hoax.