The Hispanic in Florida vote will be key come Tuesday as the demographic counts for nearly 20 percent of the state's registered voters.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit many companies hard, but Kissimmee-base Tupperware has enjoyed a rebound in profit.
Samantha Ciraldo is asking the person responsible to return the irreplaceable items.
The sheriff's office says 15 people were arrested during saturation patrols over the weekend.
The event is all ages and guests are encouraged to bring snacks and drinks from any of the shops in Old Town to the viewing.
Joe Biden visited Central Florida on Tuesday to court Hispanic voters. Polling shows the race tightening in Florida between the Democratic presidential candidate and President Donald Trump.
A standoff in Kissimmee is over after an hours-long standoff Monday morning.
As the first day of school approaches for Central Florida schools, transportation officials are putting new safety procedures in place for bus rides.
The bus tour will go on to visit key states over the next 85 days of the campaign, speaking to voters.
Hundreds of Central Florida students were thrilled to be getting free backpacks and school supplies in Kissimmee on Saturday morning.
The offer will only go until the need for coins is met.
The artist hopes his art sparks conversation and brings awareness to the incidents.
Local authorities banned large events at vacation homes due to the coronavirus pandemic in Florida.
Osceola County has become the first school district in Central Florida to release a reopening plan that gives students three choices for the fall.
Dozens of Disney employees gathered at Kissimmee City Hall to speak out about the unemployment system on Monday.
The coronavirus is causing more closures, this time hitting Give Kids The World. The nonprofits resort in Central Florida says it will remain closed due to the pandemic and is laying off 171 workers.
Protestors made their voices heard on the streets of Kissimmee on Monday. A daytime protest drew crowds of hundred.
Demonstrations continued across Central Florida today and into the evening. Crowds in Orlando moved from Lake Eola Park to City Hall to Orlando Police Headquarters as they did the night before. In Kissimmee, police officers joined crowds as they marched through the streets showing solidarity.
The Kissimmee Police Department marched in solidarity with residents in Downtown Kissimme on Monday night, denouncing police misconduct and brutality.
Family asking for help as the Kissimmee police search for the killer of a 22 year old man.