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Recent articles by Adam:

Central Florida businesses board up, close early due to potential looting

With the growing concern about rioting and looting, some Central Florida businesses are boarding up or closing early. → Read More

New safety guidelines in place in Daytona Beach after large gathering, shooting

The county and city will make changes following last weekend, when hundreds of people gathered in the streets during Orlando invades Daytona, resulting in fights and a shooting. → Read More

Holly Hill officials ask governor to reopen American Legions, bars

City leaders in Holly Hill have sent a letter to Gov. Ron DeSantis asking him to reopen bars. → Read More

Elected officials warn of misinformation as pandemic continues

This week, Sen. Marco Rubio warned that foreign actors could be using conspiracy theories and deliberate misinformation about COVID-19 to amplify election interference. → Read More

Ocala church considers phased reopening, new sanitation measures

A church is Ocala is considering a phased reopening in just a few weeks. → Read More

Testing of possible COVID-19 vaccine heading to Orlando

Testing of a possible vaccine for COVID-19 will begin in the City Beautiful in just a few weeks. → Read More

Couple launches project to document pandemic using art

The owners of Wekiva Island have launched a new project attempting to document the COVID-19 pandemic through art. → Read More

Woman killed in deputy-involved shooting in Avalon Park, sheriff’s office says

A woman was killed in a deputy-involved shooting in Avalon Park after she lifted a gun toward at them, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

These 9 classic movies about space will get you ready for Wednesday’s launch

Here are 9 movies we recommend checking out before the launch and where to watch them. → Read More

Man files lawsuit against Osceola County for allegedly violating Sunshine Law

An Osceola County man is suing the county, saying leaders are making important decisions in the dark. → Read More

Memorial Day: How Central Florida honored fallen soldiers during a pandemic

Many communities did not have the usual large parades or big ceremonies for Memorial Day due to the pandemic. → Read More

Some passholders invited to get early look at Universal’s reopening

Over the weekend, some passholders got an invited to visit the park again on June 3 or 4. → Read More

WATCH: Bodycam footage released in Daytona Beach officer-involved shooting

Police in Daytona Beach are investigating following an officer-involved shooting Monday morning. → Read More

Final preparations underway for historic crewed launch from Space Coast

Final preparations underway for historic crewed launch from Space Coast → Read More

Data breach hits Florida’s unemployment system, DEO says

Some Floridians seeking reemployment assistance may have been the victim of a security breach, according to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. → Read More

Orange County Task Force approves Universal Orlando’s plan to reopen to public June 5, Legoland set for June 1 reopening

The Orange County Task Force has approved Universal Orlando’s plan to reopen to the public on June 5. → Read More

Theme parks to begin submitting reopening plans to Orange County

Some of the major theme parks are expected to submit their full plans for reopening Thursday. → Read More

Disney Springs partially reopens with new safety procedures in place

About one-fourth of the stores and shops at Disney Springs reopened Wednesday, an exciting step forward for guests, business owners and employees. → Read More

Excited about the upcoming manned launch? 9 songs to get you in the groove

9 songs you should listen to ahead of the upcoming launch. → Read More

American Legion in Orlando struggling to stay in business

At American Legion Post 19, which has been part of the Orlando community for more than 100 years, there is one table set aside that’s meant to sit empty. It’s reserved for prisoners of war and those missing in action. → Read More