Troopers: Car Hits, Kills Man in Wheelchair Near OrlandoThe Florida Highway Patrol says a man in a wheelchair died after being hit by a car near Orlando.
Deputies: Robbers Pistol-Whip Pregnant IHOP WorkerAuthorities are searching for two suspects who they say pistol-whipped a pregnant employee inside an Orange County IHOP restaurant.
More Than 900 Students Absent at Schools Named in ThreatsMore than 900 students were absent from three Orlando-area schools after authorities say a man posted messages on Twitter, threatening to shoot students and put pipe bombs inside campuses.
Sheriff's Office Looks for Parents of Abandoned NewbornDeputies in Florida have released photos of a newborn baby boy who was found abandoned, in hopes of finding the child's mother.
Family Vacation Guide To Orlando's Amusement ParksOnce you arrive in the Central Florida area you will quickly discover why Orlando has been named the “Theme Park Capital of the World.”
Officials: Karate Instructor Solicited 11-Year-Old For Sex Authorities have arrested a karate instructor they say solicited an 11-year-old boy for sex.
Deputies: 2 Teens Killed in Shooting Near OrlandoAuthorities say two teens are dead following a shooting outside a home near Orlando.
Florida House Candidate Bob Poe Says He is HIV PositiveA U.S. congressional candidate from Orlando says in a Facebook posting that he is HIV positive.
Scientists Get Money to Study Astronaut MemoryTwo University of Central Florida professors have been awarded $900,000 to study how astronauts' memory and attention spans change during long missions in space.
Judge Dismisses Investor Lawsuit Against SeaWorldA judge in southern California has dismissed a securities fraud lawsuit brought by investors in SeaWorld.
Florida Judge Agrees to Reprimand for Punishing VictimA central Florida judge who jailed a domestic violence victim for not showing up to testify against her alleged abuser last summer has agreed she acted in poor judgment and will accept punishment.
Florida Man Gets 7 Years in Prison for Threatening PresidentA central Florida man has been sentenced to seven years in prison for mailing a letter threatening to kill President Barack Obama and assaulting a U.S. Secret Service agent. The U.S. attorney's office says in a news release that 24-year-old Jeremy Addison was sentenced Tuesday after pleading guilty last October.