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Past articles by Stephanie:

City of St. Cloud continues to look into water discoloration problem

Toho will take over water management operations in October → Read More

Organization encourages Hispanics to reflect before voting

A non-profit is asking Latinos not only commit to voting but to maximize their vote → Read More

'Parental Rights in Education' bill passes Florida Senate

Twelve new amendments were proposed to the bill on Monday in the Senate and all failed to pass. → Read More

You can host your own private COVID-19 vaccination event in Osceola County

Churches, businesses, private schools or any organization can request a COVID-19 vaccination event. → Read More

Toho Water Authority shows interest in taking over St. Cloud's water service

Toho said the majority of customers would see lower bills and that utility employees would keep their jobs, but some residents are not convinced. → Read More

Repairs being made to Kissimmee condo complex after several buildings deemed unsafe

Tenants say extensive work is being done to the property. → Read More

St. Cloud rallies behind family who lost 2 loved ones in head-on crash

A amily friend set up a Go Fund Me page for funeral expenses → Read More

Central Florida veteran with passion for fitness shares skills with teens

It can be expensive for some families to get in shape, so a trainer is dedicating his services at no cost. → Read More

Despite pandemic, St. Cloud sees jump in new businesses

About 300 new businesses have been registered in St. Cloud. → Read More

Osceola officers, families pay tribute to those they have lost

The Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony remembered officers from three agencies → Read More

Estranged husband, father-in-law found guilty in murder of Nicole Montalvo

KISSIMMEE, Fla. — Jurors on Wednesday found Christopher Otero-Rivera and Angel Rivera guilty of the murder of Nicole Montalvo. Otero-Rivera, Montalvo's estranged husband, and Rivera, her father-in-law, were found guilty of second-degree murder, abuse of a dead body and tampering with physical evidence. The verdict came just hours after closing arguments by prosecutors and the defense attorney.… → Read More

Group hopes to revitalize retro movie theater in Celebration

The movie theater went dark about 10 years ago. → Read More

IRS: Be On the Lookout for Identity Thieves This Tax Season

The FTC says identity theft is most common type of fraud found in Florida. → Read More

Travel Agent: Floridians Want to Book Cruise Trips Despite the Pandemic

Availability is low, even more than a year out. → Read More

FEMA’s Orlando Vaccination Site Reverses Course, Will Keep 1st Doses

FEMA will continue offering first doses at the site for the next two weeks. → Read More

Feel Good Friday: Training Under a Tree

Alberto Hernandez is teaching kids how to box for a better future. → Read More

Cybercrimes K9 Has Special Connection to Fallen Kissimmee Officer

He’s named in memory of fallen officer Matthew Baxter, who was KILLED while on duty on August 18, 2017. → Read More

Mother-in-Law Faces Charges in Nicole Montalvo Murder Case

Wanda Rivera faces accessory to murder charge. → Read More

Nicole Montalvo's Estranged Husband Pleads Not Guilty to Murder Charges

Grand jury charged him with her death. → Read More

Grand Jury Formally Charges Estranged Husband of Nicole Montalvo in Her Death

Christoper Otero-Rivera will be charged with murder. → Read More