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Notre Dame, Colorado among biggest surprises of 2016

Now that Clemson has celebrated winning the national title, it’s a good time to review my 2016 Orlando Sentinel college football top 128 preseason rankings. I’ll more than willing to admit when I make a mistake and readers don’t hesitate to remind me of them. I’m also not afraid to toot my own...

Police: Man posted on wife's Facebook to cover up killing

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The Orlando Sentinel reports police found the body of Kristen McShane dead in the couple’s bed, covered with a comforter

Orlando Mayor is New CFX Chair

Orlando Sentinel reports, “Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer was unanimously elected to a one-year term as chair of the Central Florida Expressway Authority on Thursday. Dyer replaces Welton Cadwell, a former Lake County commissioner who wasShow More Summary

Despite Ohio State critcism, playoff executive director doesn't expect changes

As No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Clemson prepare to face off for the national title tonight, College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock talked with the Orlando Sentinel about this year’s final four, potential playoff expansion and committee changes. Question: The committee has been pretty...

Who I am and what I believe: a new annual tradition

reality blurred editor Andy Dehnart's first-annual list of disclosures and beliefs, inspired by Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell. Read this story »

Evan Fournier Injury: Magic Forward Out vs. Lakers with Bruised Heel

Orlando Magic swingman Evan Fournier suffered a bruised heel and will not play Friday night against the Los Angeles Lakers, according to Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel. RotoWire, via CBSSports.com, believed that Fournier picked...Show More Summary

Orlando Sentinel editors Hammer FDOT on Wekiva Parkway Project

Orlando Sentinel editorial board writes that it is time to finish the Wekiva Parkway, noting that the Central Florida Expressway Authority has stepped up and its now FDOT’s turn. The editors contend, “It defies logic and belief thatShow More Summary

Terrorism Lawsuit Against Google, Twitter and Facebook Tries to Pierce Liability Shield

A lawsuit filed in federal court this week is the latest attempt to hold internet giants liable for the deaths of Americans and others murdered by terrorists. Reports the Orlando Sentinel: Family members of three men killed in the Pulse nightclub attack are suing Twitter, Facebook and Google, claiming that the social media companies allowed […]

ORLANDO: Families Of Three Pulse Victims Sue Social Media Outlets For Helping To Radicalize The Shooter

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The Orlando Sentinel reports: Family members of three men killed in the Pulse nightclub attack are suing Twitter, Facebook and Google, claiming that the social media companies allowed the so-called Islamic State to post propaganda and push its agenda. Show More Summary

FDOT Says No Dice to CFX Request the Agency Expedite Work on the Wekiva Parkway

Orlando Sentinel reports that FDOT has rebuffed the Central Florida Expressway Authority’s attempt to get the state agency to expedite work on a segment of the Wekiva Parkway project, which, according to the newspaper, means “drivers...Show More Summary

These 4 Disney World Restaurants Are Adding Alcohol to Their Menus

Disney-loving adults, rejoice! Four restaurants at Disney World's Magic Kingdom will begin offering alcohol on Dec. 23, the Orlando Sentinel reports. The lucky restaurants include Tony's Town Square Restaurant, Liberty Tree Tavern, Skipper...Show More Summary

Aresco calls coaches' popularity a sign of AAC strength

The American Athletic Conference put together another strong season on the gridiron in 2016. Commissioner Mike Aresco spoke with the Orlando Sentinel about recent coaching changes in the league, the conference's push to be recognized alongside the current Power 5 conferences and the College Football...

The $2.3 Billion I-4 Ultimate Project Will Confront “Big Jump” In Traffic

Orlando Sentinel reports, “Central Florida residents might hope that the rebuilding of Interstate 4 currently snarling traffic is a success and that by 2030 the region’s most disliked road treats motorists like a Swiss watch marking time. Show More Summary

FLORIDA: Federal Appeals Court Rules That Middle Schools May Form Gay-Straight Alliance Clubs

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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

ORLANDO: Pulse Nightclub Owner Declines To Sell After City Makes Offer To Create Permanent Memorial

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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

Rachael Madison: Alleged Body Of Indiana Woman Who Fled From Abusive Husband Found?

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

College Football Playoff Week 14 review

Orlando Sentinel's Matt Murschel reviews the latest College Football Playoff rankings released Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016.

Jeff Green Injury: Updates on Magic Forward's Back and Return

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

Former Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority member Batterson is Jailed

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

Former Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority Board Member Batterson to Report to Prison Nov. 18,

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

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