Kevin Hogan returns for another season at quarterback for Stanford. He spoke by telephone with the Orlando Sentinel about his expectations this season and why he chose to come back for one more season.
Rich Rodriguez is set to begin his fourth season at Arizona and the Wildcats coach sat down with the Orlando Sentinel to talk about his team's performance last season.
Two girls tried selling toys out of a stroller so they could help their mom keep the house. The Orlando Sentinel reports that the sisters — ages seven and nine — were seen wandering around a community near the Osceola-Polk county line asking people to buy toys from them. Show More Summary
Baylor's All-American tackle Spencer Drango anchors an offensive line that is key part of the Bear's chances of winning the Big 12. He talks with the Orlando Sentinel about that and his team's chances of success this season.
Baby steps in the right direction, at last. A three-judge panel upheld Florida's open carry ban in the state, citing constitutional authority to regulate how and where guns may be carried. Orlando Sentinel reports: The ruling by a three-judge...Show More Summary
Florida State heads into spring football practice with a lot of questions, but the Seminoles aren't the only team in the ACC that has issues as the Orlando Sentinel looks at spring football storylines.
Here’s the Orlando Sentinel reporting on Magic guard Victor Oladipo, who shot just 8-of-21 for 22 points in a losing effort on All-Star Friday: The last thing Victor Oladipo expected when he elevated for a layup just four minutes into the Rising Stars Challenge exhibition Friday night was for an opposing player to challenge the shot and commit [...]
By Robert Niles: The Walt Disney World Speedway will close in late June, according to a report from the Orlando Sentinel. The Speedway currently provides a home to Disney World's version of the Richard Petty Driving Experience, where...Show More Summary
Screen shot On Monday, Jon Busdeker and Rich Pope spent a couple hours creating a personal ad for a cat. Since May, the Orlando Sentinel has created videos to go with stories about dogs and cats up for adoption from area shelters. Busdeker,...Show More Summary
The Orlando Sentinel reports, longtime News 13 meteorologist Dave Cocchiarella left the Orlando Bright House owned station Wednesday. His bio has been removed from the station website. “Dave Cocchiarella chose to no longer be with News 13,” Bright House said in a statement. Show More Summary
After a 10-game losing streak, the Orlando Magic have fired Coach Jacque Vaughn and several assistant coaches, Orlando Sentinel columnist Brian K. Schmitz reports. ORLANDO SENTINEL BREAKING: Magic to hold news conference at 4 to announce firing of Jacque Vaughn.. — Brian K. Schmitz (@MagicInsider) February 5, 2015 Magic also have fired assistants Wes Unseld […]
Florida Man Arrested For Trying To Circumcise Nephew This is just sick!!! Via Orlando Sentinel reports: A 24-year-old Ocala man was charged with attempting to circumcise his nephew with a kitchen knife, police said. Police received a call that
While the Orlando Magic aren't really in the Eastern Conference playoff hunt, it doesn't lessen the sting of losing Tobias Harris to injury. According to Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel, Harris admitted to suffering a right knee injury on Thursday against the Milwaukee Bucks: Harris has shown promise with the Magic since the J.J. Show More Summary
Vanessa Echols, the longtime morning anchor for Orlando ABC affiliate WFTV, is leaving her a.m. anchor spot after 17 years. According to Hal Boedeker of the Orlando Sentinel, Echols will now anchor the 4:00 p.m. newscast, where she will...Show More Summary
The moment it happened, when the boosters separated from Space Shuttle Challenger, Red Huber knew something was wrong. Huber, a photographer for the Orlando Sentinel who covered the space program, stood on Astronaut Road in Cape Canaveral, surrounded by out-of-town photographers there to capture images of the first teacher heading into space. Show More Summary
Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson is contemplating a Senate run Outspoken Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson represents a safe Orlando-area district, but it seems he has bigger things in mind. Scott Powers of the Orlando Sentinel reports that Grayson is talking about running for U.S. Show More Summary
One person is dead and two others wounded after a shooting inside a mall in Melbourne, Florida, reports the Orlando Sentinel. The shooting took place about 9:30am at the food court in the Melbourne Square Mall, and police say the shooter is believed to be one of the victims....
Big Mouse is apparently afraid of getting sued on charges of operating a gambling establishment. [Orlando Sentinel] Tweet Tags: Disney, gambling, recreation Florida: No more claw machines, redemption arcades at Disney hotels is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system
Here’s the Orlando Sentinel reporting on Magic rookie forward Aaron Gordon, who is ready to return to action whenever the team decides to use him: Gordon has been cleared for all basketball activities, including playing in games, but he remained on the inactive list for the Orlando Magic’s game Friday night against the Memphis Grizzlies. Magic coach Jacque Vaughn [...]
A child killer was sentenced to 30 years after authorities say he beat a 2-year-old unconscious and then poured boiling water on his face to “revive him.” The Orlando Sentinel reports: Jonathan Alicea will finally go to prison for beating