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Kentucky's attorney general is seeking a week's delay before the release of secret grand jury proceedings in the Breonna Taylor case. [Read More]
The closing of gyms earlier this year resulted in a massive surge in home gym equipment sales, according to our consumer trend-tracking tools. Among fitness... [Read More]
Amidst the pandemic and a pregnancy, an Orlando family and a 5-year-old boy push through a new cancer diagnosis. [Read More]
The notice to the state is the first indicator of how many Orlando employees are affected. The layoffs begin Dec. 4. [Read More]
A small air leak at the International Space Station finally has been traced to the Russian side, following a middle-of-the-night search by astronauts. [Read More]
This Sunday, Oct. 4, readers can get free financial advice from Certified Financial Planners during our annual Ask An Expert hotline. Call 407-960-6868 on Sunday... [Read More]
Central Floridians woke up to their first day of the fall saying "Brrr!" as temperatures dipped into the mid 60s Wednesday morning, promising cooler temperatures... [Read More]
The opening of "Unapologetic" on Oct. 2 will mark the return of an art gallery, an honor for a prominent member of the Orlando art... [Read More]
See what upsets people and what occasionally makes them happy... [Read More]
An activist organization has filed an EEOC complaint against Orlando-based Darden Restaurants that argues the federally permitted minimum wage for tipped employees leads to discrimination... [Read More]
A tropical wave emerged into the Caribbean Sea on Wednesday morning and is expected to produce a broad area of pressure with increased odds of... [Read More]
Here, in plain English, is a look at the six amendments, which must be approved by 60% of the voters to be enacted. [Read More]
A residential development proposed within Seminole County's rural boundary is drawing fierce opposition from residents, not for the number of homes planned, rather because the... [Read More]
A guest columnist from U.S. Term Limits says Amendment 4 on the 2020 ballot, which requires two votes to pass an amendment to the Florida... [Read More]
In a guest column, Sen. Rick Scott and Daniel Garza, president of the LIBRE Initiative, say the government should repurpose unspent coronavirus aid money before... [Read More]
Florida's school testing season looks likely to start in April, as planned, with more than a million students scheduled to take the standardized exams. But... [Read More]
The choices are between Democrat Marco López and Tony Fernández, a no-party-affiliation candidate. Both ran for Osceola County sheriff in 2016 but lost to current... [Read More]
Is there anything more comforting than a big bowl of noodles? (There isn't.) Lucky for us, Orlando's got your carb corner covered for National Noodle... [Read More]
If your name is Orlando, you could get a free Frontier Airlines flight in October to Central Florida. [Read More]
Cole NeSmith talks with OUC officials about light levels in a public plaza. Katrina Anne Soricelli studies portable radio transmitters. Lindsay Taylor consults the Farmers'... [Read More]
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