The Orlando Sentinel reports: A federal appeals court Tuesday overturned a lower-court ruling that supported the Lake County School Board’s decision to block middle-schoolers from forming a gay-straight-alliance club to combat bullying. Show More Summary
The Orlando Sentinel reports: Barbara Poma, the owner of Pulse, said Monday that she does not plan to sell the nightclub to the city of Orlando. Mayor Buddy Dyer’s staff recently revealed that the city had negotiated a $2.25 millionShow More Summary
The alleged remains of a woman who moved to Florida to escape an abusive husband has been found, the Orlando Sentinel is reporting. Rachael Madison disappeared a week ago around 1:30 pm after she went jogging on the beach. The 44-year-old woman had been staying with family after leaving her husband, Jarvis Madison who had... Show More Summary
Orlando Sentinel's Matt Murschel reviews the latest College Football Playoff rankings released Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016.
A lower back injury will force Orlando Magic forward Jeff Green to miss Sunday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. Continue for updates. Latest on Green's Status Sunday, Nov. 27 According to Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel, theShow More Summary
Orlando Sentinel reports, “Out on bail for two years to appeal his bribery conviction, Scott Batterson went to jail Friday [November 18] after a court hearing lasting slightly longer than it took to handcuff the former Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority member. Show More Summary
Orlando Sentinel reports that Former Orlando-Orange County expressway authority board member Scott Batterson must report for incarceration on Friday, November 18, following the denial of his appeal from a 2014 bribery-related conviction. Show More Summary
Last weekend, the American Medical Association (AMA) debated assisted suicide at their Orlando conference. The Orlando Sentinel published a guest column by Dr Frederick White, who is chair of the International ethics committee with the Willis Knighton Health System in Shreveport LA. Dr Frederick White White argues that neutrality on assisted suicide is not an […]
Florida Man Arrested For Punching Swan In The Face A 59-year-old Florida man has been arrested for allegedly punching a swan in the face reports The Orlando Sentinel. The man was caught by off-duty cops after entering a park
The Orlando Sentinel and ABC News have obtained police body camera footage that shows tense scenes inside and outside the Pulse nightclub during the June 12 mass shooting that killed 49 people. In the two dozen videos released under a public records request, officers can be seen arriving at the...
The city of Orlando will purchase Pulse nightclub for $2.25 million and convert it into a permanent memorial commemorating the 49 people who were killed in a mass shooting last June, the Orlando Sentinel reported Tuesday. Orlando Mayor...Show More Summary
The Orlando Sentinel reports: The city of Orlando has reached a deal to buy the Pulse nightclub for $2.25 million and plans to eventually transform the site of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history into a memorial. Orlando Mayor...Show More Summary
Defender Ali Krieger, the Washington Spirit captain who helped inspire a run to the National Women’s Soccer League final last month, is on the verge of being traded to the Orlando Pride, multiple sources said. The Orlando Sentinel reported on the imminent deal earlier Tuesday. It’s unclear what the Spirit would receive in return or […]
Gannett Co. on Tuesday abruptly ended its six-month effort to acquire Tronc, the owner of the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Orlando Sentinel, Baltimore Sun and several other newspapers. The deal would have extended the footprint of Gannett, the nation’s largest newspaper company, and marked...
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Marijuana edibles will wind up in children’s Halloween candy if Florida passes a law allowing the use of medical marijuana, says Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings. As the Orlando Sentinel reports, Florida voters will vote next week on Amendment 2, which would allow the production, sale, and use of marijuana to those with a recommendation... Show More Summary
The employee cafeteria at the Walt Disney World Swan was closed by the health department last week after an inspector noted live and dead roaches according to the Orlando Sentinel. The hotel is operated by Starwood as a Westin. Not to...Show More Summary
The Orlando Sentinel reports that police are looking for the man who escaped on foot after his truck crashed into a woman's home
Could Disney or Universal soon be seeing competition from a Six Flags or Cedar Fair park in their own Orland0 backyard? According to The Orlando Sentinel‘s Growth Spotter it’s definitely a possibility. According to the report, a large theme park developer with no presence in the area is negotiating for 200 acres near Universal. Show More Summary
A Tennessee man died last month shortly after riding the Star Tours attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World in Florida. Ralph Lyles, 67, had a pre-existing heart condition, according to the Orlando Sentinel. The incident took place on Sept. Show More Summary