50 Years Later, These Disney Employees Still At 'Happiest Place On Earth'here were 6,000 employees who opened the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World to the public for the first time on Oct. 1, 1971. Among them, two dozen workers from that first day are still working for the theme park resort a half century later.
Even Mickey Must Be Vaccinated By End Of September To Work At DisneyDisney announced a new vaccine mandate for its employees.
Florida Fans Can Now Get A Walt Disney World License PlateA new specialty license plate is ready for Florida roads ahead of plans by Walt Disney World Resort to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Out-Of-This-World Price Tag For Disney World's Star Wars HotelDisney has revealed the prices for its new Star Wars Hotel, and it is going to cost you some big bucks to sleep overnight in a galaxy, far, far away.
Cinderella's Castle Gets Makeover Ahead Of Disney's 50th Anniversary CelebrationsGuests visiting Disney's Magic Kingdom may notice something different about Cinderella’s Castle.
Disney World Offering New Florida Resident 'Summer Fun Ticket' DealIf you’re planning a trip to Disney World this summer, it may cost you a little less than planned with the launch of a new ticket offer just for Florida residents.
Texas Man Finishes Cross-Country Run From Disneyland To Disney WorldA Texas man has just finished a cross-country run that started at Disneyland in California and ended at Disney World in Orlando – all to raise awareness for diabetes.
Family Of Boy, 2, Killed At Disney World Urges Organ DonationA Nebraska couple whose 2-year-old son died tragically at Walt Disney World nearly five years ago wants more families to consider donating their children's organs if their child is ever facing death.
What You Need To Know Before Going To Disney Parks During COVID-19 PandemicIf you're planning to travel to one of the Disney Parks & Resorts around the world, here's what you'll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Police: South Florida Man On LSD, Charged With Tackling Disney World GuardA South Florida man who admitted to being on LSD was arrested after authorities said he tackled a Walt Disney World security guard.
Disney Employees Lose Jobs, Free College Education VanishesKnown as Disney Aspire, it was one of the most generous employer education programs in the country. Disney vowed to invest $150 million over five years to help lift workers out of poverty by fully funding their education. The program got started as the company reportedly saved at least $1.6 billion in the first year from the GOP corporate tax cuts.