It has been about a week since Downtown Sanford experienced a flash flood that came following a record day of rainfall. Now, businesses are beginning to recover.
Flu season begins October 3rd and health officials worry COVID-19 is getting all the attention.
It’s a push for more school spirit in Daytona Beach. Mainland’s jersey swap program is bridging the gap between athletics and academics.
The Seminole County Sheriff's Office is investigating a fatal shooting that has left one person dead.
There is a big change coming to the annual Oktoberfest celebration in Downtown Sanford. It typically takes place at Hollerbach's Willow Tree Café, but because of events scheduled around the same time, the festival is moving to the Sanford Civic Center. German food, beer, music, and dancing will be part of the festivities.
A wildlife camera captured the moment coyotes carried away Bill and Ruth Delaporte’s little Jack Russel terrier mix, Rusty.
"I didn’t cut him off. It wasn’t anything like that. So, I’m not understanding why he got so aggressive over that," the woman said.
Sanford Public Works believes no storm system could have handled the record rains that fell in just 45 minutes.
"I love this job. I couldn't picture myself doing anything else," says firefighter Victor Gaytan.
Video from Sunday night shows a look at the flooding inside a home on Palmetto Avenue in Sanford.
A washout opened up in Fort Mellon Park in Sanford after record rain saturated the area, causing the dirt to cave in.
Heavy rain brought flash flooding to parts of Seminole County on Sunday. Downtown Sanford saw flooding. "We got stuck in Downtown Sanford. A little delayed on the 'Flash Flood Warnings,'" wrote Nicole Miaoulis in a Facebook post. She shared her video with FOX 35 News.
Forty-five animals were rescued from a fire at The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando. Dozens of dogs and cats were moved to The Pet Alliance's Sanford facility on Thursday morning.
Seminole County Public Schools confirmed to FOX 35 on Thursday that there was a large brawl amongst female students.
The challenge is called ‘devious licks’ and it challenges students to steal or vandalize items from school with the hopes of getting the most likes on TikTok.
Deputies said that family members took her to a nearby hospital and her injuries are non-life-threatening.
It was an emotional morning as hundreds made their way to Cranes Roost Park in Altamonte Springs for the Tunnel to Towers 5K Run and Walk.
Mitch Krause has set up a 9/11 memorial outside his Altamonte Springs home every year since 2011.
Seminole and Volusia County Schools are facing the same crisis: a substitute teacher shortage in part due to COVID-19.
Police said that the driver of the truck stopped on the tracks, saw the train coming, and then jumped out of the truck just on time.