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Recent articles by Megan:

School district discusses paying parents to transport students during driver shortage

Osceola Schools transportation officials say they’ll consider any suggestions to help with the district’s bus driver shortage. → Read More

McLaren driver wrecks high-powered car in Orlando

A crash off Orange Blossom Trail totaled two cars, including a $300,000+ McLaren, and left workers nearby fearing for their lives. → Read More

Father speaks out, shares favorite things about 4-year-old daughter found dead in hotel room

A Central Florida father is remembering his 4-year-old little girl after she passed away in an Osceola County hotel room earlier this week. → Read More

City denies woman compensation after Orlando PD shoots car several times, she says

A Deltona woman who was visiting a friend in Orlando says her car got caught in the line of fire while police were in pursuit of an armed carjacker. → Read More

Central Florida deputy stuck in Jamaica after testing positive for COVID-19

A local deputy checked in to the Southcoast Sandals Resort for his honeymoon, but got stuck when he tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Orlando locals using Ring app to track down COVID-19 tests

Ring doorbells are used by neighbors to keep an eye on their streets, but in pandemic times, they're being used to track down coronavirus tests. → Read More

Downtown infrastructure improvements, seaplane base coming to St. Cloud

The small town of St. Cloud has some big plans for 2022. → Read More

Central FL school districts report thousands of absences first week back

School is back in session, but not all students are back in the classroom. → Read More

FDOH: Be cautious of pop-up COVID-19 testing sites

Concerns are on the rise regarding the legitimacy of some COVID-19 pop-up sites. → Read More

Few clues in shooting of man outside Orlando market leave police stumped

Just days after celebrating his birthday, a man was killed in a drive-by shooting outside an Orlando market. → Read More

Central Florida teen collects hundreds of toys for kids in pediatric cancer unit

Kids at AdventHealth’s pediatric cancer unit will soon be receiving some holiday gifts. → Read More

U.S. Postal Service extending hours to meet shipping demands

To keep up, carriers are starting their rounds earlier than usual, at 6 a.m., and are working as late as 7 or 8 in the evening. → Read More

Bullet just misses Orange County woman

Several bullet casings were found in the roadway. → Read More

Markeith Loyd sentencing: Closing arguments to begin as Loyd faces death penalty

There has been a week of testimony leading up to these arguments. → Read More

Vaccinated people with breakthrough COVID-19 less likely to infect others, study says

"With the booster shot, the effectiveness can go up to 95 percent for any variant existing at this time,” Dr. Aftab Khan of AdventHealth said. → Read More

New travel protocols put in place to combat coronavirus

International travelers will be required to wear their masks through airports and on public transportation for longer than anticipated. → Read More

Upcoming holiday season is peak time for drunk driving accidents

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says more than 10,000 people were killed in impaired-driving crashes in 2019. → Read More

Better Business Bureau expecting more complaints and concerns

Officials with the Better Business Bureau of Central Florida say they’ve already received concerns regarding fulfillment and shipping timelines. → Read More

Food for Families to deliver meals across Central Florida

They've been preparing for weeks, all leading up to today's event which will feed more than 1,300 families for the next four to five days. → Read More

Theme park vloggers from the UK finally make it back to Orlando

Emma and Ashley used to visit the parks multiple times a year. When the pandemic began, they had to pause their production. → Read More