One of the oldest trees in the world, located in Central Florida, caught fire Monday morning and collapsed.
The new faces of poverty in America are turning up and some are in Florida. Homeless children spoke out Thursday in front of a congressional committee to talk about their life in poverty. One of them, Destiny Raynor, spoke about her homeless experience in Central Florida.
On A Central Florida stop Friday, Vice President Joe Biden blamed the nation’s problems on President George W. Bush’s eight years in office and accused congressional Republicans of obstructing President Barack Obama’s efforts to improve the economy and help the middle class.
When the Florida International Golden Panthers hit the field this weekend to play the University of Central Florida, FIU has the chance to start on a path that no South Florida team has done in years.
Mary Kaye Huntsman knows it’s going to be tough for her husband to win the race to become President of the United States, but she’s not discouraged. She agrees with what her daughter has told her dad, “slow and steady wins the race,”
Where is she now? After three years behind bars Casey Anthony walked out of a Central Florida jail in the early morning hours Sunday, her destination unknown.
Orlando’s future commuter rail system comes one step closer to completion Monday as Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood takes part in a signing ceremony for SunRail.
The Tampa-St. Petersburg area has been hammered with severe weather throughout Wednesday. A storm system has spawned severe thunderstorms and small tornadoes through much of the area and across Central Florida.
Central Florida firefighters are still battling a large wildfire that so far has burned 16,000 acres.
The Florida Highway Patrol reopened a 30-mile stretch of Interstate 95 on the state’s central Atlantic coast Tuesday after the fast-moving wildfire caused the highway’s shutdown.