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A school in downtown Orlando is offering a specialized curriculum for dyslexic learners.
Doctors describe cancer as a war inside the body, and the fight to win that war means finding a cure.
There are few things a mother remembers better than the birth of her child, but COVID-19 almost stole that precious moment from a Central Florida woman.
An annual holiday celebration opened the door to neurodiverse families this holiday season.
For five years, essay contest winners have been sharing their stories about hearing loss with Dr. Kristen Weinbaum, of Precision Hearing in Clermont.
A new club at an Orange County Public Schools elementary school is teaching young students the joy of kindness.
A new partnership is preparing Orange County Public School students for high-paying jobs in the construction industry.
Orange County Public Schools announced the finalists for teacher of the year, and among them is a registered nurse who said she’s proud to represent the field of nursing, career education and technical education.
Officers can now continue handing out auto repair gift cards instead of tickets.
One Central Florida police academy begins body camera training.
When Corporal Lee Sahs pulled over a young man for a broken brake light, the young man immediately got out of the car.
When University of Central Florida police get a call from a suicidal student, it’s often from the same place: the top of a UCF parking garage.
When the temperatures start to dip, it's a good reminder to get your flu shot.
Lake Mary High School opens new student lounge to provide mental health care to students.
Local non-profit spreads message to five Central Florida schools.
Kids battling cancer across the globe have a new role model.
A Central Florida educational puppetry theater working on virtual solutions through the pandemic is celebrating 35 years of service to millions of children.
News 6 morning anchor Kirstin O’Connor spoke with Dr. Jason Littleon about his work to help patients with one-on-one care.
A young stroke survivor has a message about how the life-threatening condition can happen at any age.
When a girl tried to commit suicide by jumping off a Flagler County bridge several months ago, it exposed a giant hole in Florida's mental health system for children.
When a SpaceX rocket lifts off from the Space Coast on Aug. 28, a group of Girl Scouts from across the nation will be watching from the beach.
A Florida mom is taking her background in business to advocate for cancer patients.
A local organization is helping students find their voice.
Two small business owners discussed the recent surge in COVID cases and why it’s pushing some to choose to get vaccinated.
The excitement of heading back to school brings with it a fresh start. But because of the pandemic, many students are starting the new school year already behind. That learning loss is referred to as “the COVID slide.”
Since the start of the pandemic, adults have spent, on average, more than 13 hours a day looking at some type of technology screen.
They’re cute, they seem like fun and thanks to social media, mini pigs are very popular right now.
Less than 24 hours after the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office’s Intelligence Unit shared pictures of two suspected car thieves wanted for burglaries across Florida, patrol deputies had them in custody.
Fourth graders in Marion County Public Schools are getting an extra incentive to read.
More than 4-million children have been infected with COVID-19 in the United States since the start of the pandemic, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
An 11-year-old boy is providing his neighbors help with lawn care.
Teaching water conservation through art is the goal of the Water Color Project.
Students headed back to school in less than a month have several items on the health checklist to consider this summer.
The Russell Home for Atypical Children became the first of its kind in Florida in 1951, a licensed home for kids with special needs.
The Tourist Policing Unit at the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to protecting the most precious piece of Central Florida’s economy: tourism, as the eponymous name implies.
When you hear the name DJ Nasty, you probably think Grammy-winning producer and DJ and maybe the song, “All I Do is Win.”
Jen Stratton is one of nearly 10 million people in the United States with an essential tremor.
The Neighborhood Center of West Volusia has a mission: to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless and prevent homelessness.
As part of field training at the University of Central Florida Police Department, all recruits are now required to visit the Wells’ Built Museum of African American History and Culture.
The Orlando Girls Rock Camp provides a safe and inclusive space for girls, trans and gender non-binary youth ages 8 to 17 who want to learn about music.