Florida Women Dress Up As 'Grannies' To Get COVID VaccineTwo Florida women were caught impersonating old women while trying to receive their second coronavirus vaccines this week.
Florida "Dance Moms" Teacher Accused Of Sex AbuseAn Orlando dance instructor, who appeared on Lifetime's “Dance Moms," is accused of sexually abusing girls.
Orlando Launches First Tourism Ad Campaign Since PandemicOrlando tourism officials just launched a $2.2 million marketing campaign to try and attract visitors back to Central Florida.
Orlando Waitress Flavaine Carvalho Hailed As Hero For Helping Abused BoyAn Orlando waitress is being hailed a hero after helping a boy escape from a possibly abusive home.
President Trump Returns To Florida This WeekPresident Donald Trump will return to Florida this week for an event in the closely watched Interstate 4 corridor.
Disney World To Reduce Theme Park HoursThe Disney World Resort is planning to reduce operating hours at its parks next month due to lower than expected attendance because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Report: 9-Year-Old Boy Hurt On Water Thrill Ride At Universal's Volcano BayA 9-year-old boy was found unresponsive on a water thrill ride at Universal Orlando's Volcano Bay a couple of weeks after the theme park reopened after a shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Florida Anti-Mask Activists Cause Stir At Restaurant Near OrlandoAnti-mask activists on Saturday took their campaign to a grilled cheese bar and restaurant in Windermere, outside of Orlando.
Florida Man Sentenced For Collecting Dead Mom's Social SecurityA central Florida man who collected his mother's Social Security payments for years after her death has been sentenced to two years in federal prison.
Disney World Workers Petition To Delay Opening As Coronavirus Cases SurgeWalt Disney World plans to reopen its parks next month, but a petition has been started to delay that as coronavirus cases continue to surge in Florida.
Florida Sends Message By Suspending Bar's LicenseA bar near the University of Central Florida has had its state alcoholic beverage license suspended for violating reopening guidelines after 13 employees and at least 28 customers tested positive for the novel coronavirus.