Report: Orlando Victims Need More Than The Millions RaisedThe OneOrlando Fund has raised $23 million and counting for Pulse nightclub shooting victims but experts are saying the donations won't be enough to offset the medical and other expenses incurred from the mass shooting, according to a report.
Popping Balloons Mistaken For Gunfire At MallNearly a dozen people were injured when popping balloons were mistaken for gunfire at an Orlando mall.
Hospitals Pick Up Pulse Survivors TabOrlando Health and Florida Hospital will not bill survivors of the Pulse nightclub shooting for their out-of-pocket medical expenses.
Elephant Refuge Center Pulls Out Of FloridaAn elephant refuge company says will they no longer do business in Florida.
More Than 900 Students Absent At Schools Named In ThreatsUpwards of 900 students were absent from three schools in Orlando after authorities said a man posted messages on social media, threatening to shoot students and put pipe bombs on campuses.
Website Says Orlando Is Nation's Most Pet-Friendly CityWhether it’s a dog-lover, a cat-lover or something more exotic, pet owners can agree that some places are more inviting than others.
In Orlando, Unprecedented Unity After Nightclub ShootingTwo months after the massacre of 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, residents and city officials say the community has come together in unprecedented solidarity.
Autopsy: Pulse Gunman Hit By 8 Bullets In Police Shoot-OutThe gunman who killed 49 people at an Orlando nightclub was hit by at least eight bullets as he died in a shoot-out with SWAT.
Orlando Massacre Victims Learn How Donations Will Be Distributed Administrators for the fund raised for survivors and family of the Pulse nightclub shooting are holding two meetings to explain how the more than $20 million will be distributed.
Owners: Bogus Instagram Report Said Pulse Was ReopeningThe scene of one of America's worst mass shootings will not reopen as a memorial to the 49 people who died there, a spokewoman for Pulse nightclub in Orlando said Monday.
Video Shows Frightening Moments In Orlando Massacre RescueA line of stretchers, and emergency equipment show Orange County Sheriff's deputies were ready to help as many victims as possible in a mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub last month.
Orlando Nightclub Shooting Police Reports: Hysteria, Blood, BodiesNewly released reports of the Orlando massacre paints an image of hysterical patrons, bodies on the ground and blood everywhere.

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