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Magic set to buy property for future entertainment complex

Here’s the Orlando Sentinel reporting on the Magic: The Orlando Magic have reached a deal to buy one of the oldest homeless shelters in Orlando to make way for the team’s planned $200 million entertainment complex. The Magic will pay the Orlando Union Rescue Mission $3 million for the property on Central Boulevard where its men’s shelter is located. [...]

FSU to Receive $3.5 Million for 2016 Game vs. Ole Miss

Wednesday afternoon, Florida State and Ole Miss announced a mega season-opening clash for the 2016 season. Brendan Sonnone of the Orlando Sentinel did some digging and found out how much ESPN will pay the Seminoles to broadcast the game. Show More Summary

Florida, Gun Silencers and Idiots

Orlando Sentinel: OMG!! Did you hear??!! Florida has another gun debate!!! It’s about silencers!! The NRA wants to allow them for hunters!! Gun-control advocates can now start screaming about the dangers of silent mass murderers!! And NRA members can scream about personal freedom, the Second Amendment and their God-given right to quietly blow away deer!! […]

Florida State Coach -- It's Not My Job To Investigate Jameis Winston

Florida State University head football coach Jimbo Fisher just addressed questions about the NCAA investigation into Jameis Winston -- saying it's completely out of his hands. Fisher just spoke with the Orlando Sentinel... and when asked about the…

Florida State Linebacker Ukeme Eligwe Dismissed: Latest Details and Reaction

Florida State's march toward a second consecutive national title is very much intact, but it will have to move forward without the presence of linebacker Ukeme Eligwe. According to Brendan Sonnone of The Orlando Sentinel, the sophomore...Show More Summary

Quad Amputee 'Person of Interest' in Parents' Murder

"I cannot imagine him doing something like this—I don't think he would be able to." That was the reaction of one of Sean Petrozzino's neighbors to the Orlando Sentinel upon hearing that the 30-year-old South Florida man—a quadruple amputee after a bout with bacterial meningitis as a teen—...

Ben Aycrigg, Orlando TV Legend, Dies at 88

video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Ben Aycrigg, a TV legend in Orlando, died of renal failure last night at the age of 88. The Orlando Sentinel reports that Aycrigg worked for 35 years as a reporter, news director...Show More Summary

Fla. man in Boy Scout costume booked for resisting an officer

A 24-year-old Florida man wearing a Boy Scout Halloween costume was arrested early Saturday for resisting an officer without violence, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Feds Convene Grand Jury in George Zimmerman Case

Cowards. Andrew Branca on Thursday: The Orlando Sentinel newspaper today reported that the Department of Justice has assembled a Federal Grand jury to meet next week to hear testimony about whether George Zimmerman violated Trayvon Martin’s civil rights on the night that Zimmerman ultimately killed Martin in self-defense. When you have a case you can’t […]

This Bud’s For News: WESH Sports Anchor in Beer Ad, Video Game

Larry Ridley, sports director for Orlando NBC affiliate WESH, has gone national, but not for his reporting. Orlando Sentinel TV critic Hal Boedeker reports, Ridley appears in a Bud Light commercial. A quick check of his twitter feedShow More Summary

Restaurant Critic Scott Joseph Joins WFTV

During his 20 year career as a restaurant critic for the Orlando Sentinel Scott Joseph always tried to keep his appearance under wraps. Now, he’s letting the whole world know what he looks like. Hal Boedeker of the Sentinel reports that...Show More Summary

Kirstin Delgado Joins Orlando’s WOFL

Kirstin Delgado returns to Orlando TV today, joining Fox-owned WOFL as a weekend morning anchor and weekday reporter. As Orlando Sentinel TV writer Hal Boedeker reports, Delgado joins Tom Johnson on “Good Day Orlando” next weekend: Her...Show More Summary

New publishers at Tribune newspapers

The Tribune announced today that Nancy Meyer becomes Orlando Sentinel publisher and Rick Daniels succeeds her at the Hartford Courant. Howard Greenberg, who has been Orlando Sentinel and Sun-Sentinel publisher, now focuses solely on the Sun-Sentinel. Show More Summary

Channing Frye Injury: Updates on Orlando Magic Star's Knee and Return

Forward Channing Frye was a key addition to a young and talented Orlando Magic roster this offseason, but the veteran leader may be forced to miss some time. According to Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel, Frye suffered a sprained...Show More Summary

Former Orlando Anchor Wendy Chioji Enters Clinical Trials at National Cancer Institute

In August, Wendy Chioji, a former anchor at Orlando NBC affiliate WESH, announced the cancer she’d been fighting “was back.” She said at the time she hoped to enter clinical trials in a bid to beat it. The Orlando Sentinel‘s Hal Boedeker...Show More Summary

Renee Stoll Leaving WFTV

After three years at WFTV, reporter Renee Stoll has decided to leave the Orlando ABC affiliate.  On her Facebook page, Stoll linked to an Orlando Sentinel article confirming her move. Above the post, she wrote the following:  I really...Show More Summary

Orlando Station Admits it Was Wrong

Orlando ABC affiliate WFTV has apologized to viewers after the Orlando Sentinel called out the station for a conflict of interest. Monday, WFTV had former Chief Judge Belvin Perry, Jr. on set. Perry joined the station as its legal analyst in September. Show More Summary

Emperor X released 'The Orlando Sentinel,' made a video for "At a Rave with Nicolas Sarkozy" (watch)

by Andrew Sacher Emperor X (aka Chad R. Matheny) has been putting out albums since the late '90s of lo-fi, semi-electronic, semi-folky songwriting, his most recent being this year's The Orlando Sentinel. He's now made a video for one of...

The Drive: Four key storylines to watch this week in college football

Welcome to The Drive. The Orlando Sentinel's quick look at some of the teams, players and storylines we're keeping an eye on this week in college football.

George Zimmerman at Firearms Expo: Won’t Use an Alias Because ‘I’m Not Able to Lie’

2 months agoNews : Mediaite

George Zimmerman, who was famously acquitted last July in the death of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin, attended a Florida firearm expo on Saturday and was given "celebrity treatment" by many attendees, the Orlando Sentinel reports. He also has, as of late, been encouraged to use fake names to disguise himself, but insists he can not lie.

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