Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings announced Monday that the county is opening a second drive-thru COVID-19 testing site as demand for testing continues to grow.
Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings declared a state of local emergency on Wednesday due to surging COVID-19 cases.
For more than a year, the city of Altamonte Springs has been testing its sewer system for COVID-19.
AdventHealth is further limiting its elective non-time-sensitive outpatient surgeries as the hospital system continues to deal with “significant and swift” increases in COVID-19 cases in Central Florida.
He said during the county’s COVID-19 briefing that Orange County is recording nearly 1,000 new cases daily.
AdventHealth officials said they are limiting visitations and deferring new elective surgeries that require hospitalizations due to increasing COVID-19 cases.
A portion of State Road 408 will be named in honor of a Florida Highway Patrol trooper killed in a crash on the road in 2019.
The Orange County Clerk of Courts has a list of people who have checks waiting for them.
A death investigation is underway in Thornton Park.
As Tropical Storm Elsa nears the west coast of Florida, Central Florida school districts are monitoring the storm and deciding whether to close their doors on Wednesday.
Tropical Storm Elsa is just off the coast near Fort Myers, with much of the rain offset to the east and northeast as the convection tries to wrap around the center.
Tropical Storm Elsa slightly strengthened Sunday night as and it is expected to make landfall in Central Cuba on Monday.
A fund has been set up to help cover medical and recovery costs for the Daytona Beach police officer who was shot in the head while on patrol this week.
A man serving a life sentence related to sexual batteries committed in Orlando is set to face new charges linked to 15 additional sex crime cold cases, Orlando police said.
The Florida Department of Health will no longer issue daily reports on increases of COVID-19 case numbers and virus-related deaths, the governor’s office said on Friday.
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