Here are the top local and national stories as seen on News 6's Tuesday evening broadcast and ClickOrlando.com.
Orlando double homicide
A double homicide investigation is underway after a man and a woman were found dead Wednesday morning in an Orlando apartment complex. The cause of their deaths and the description of any possible suspects has not yet been released.
Crimeline is offering a reward for information leading to an arrest in the case. For that contact information and more details on the crime, click here.
Stormy Central Florida afternoon
The rain won't go away in the Orlando area, at least not for a few hours. Most of the region started to see storms around noon, with a 40 percent coverage around that hour. By 9 p.m., conditions should start to dry. Click here for the full forecast.
Cave survivors speak out
Members of a Thai youth soccer team and their coach who were rescued after spending weeks trapped in a cave recently spoke about their experience and thanked everyone who came to their aid.
During that news conference Wednesday, the boys revealed for the first time why they went into the cave. For that information and more, read the full story here.
'Starry Night' mural shines on
The yearlong controversy surrounding "The Starry Night" mural on a Mount Dora home has come to an end after the homeowners reached a settlement with the city.
The mural will be allowed to stand as long as it is well-maintained, and the city will give the homeowners back the thousands of dollars they were ordered to pay in fines.
For more details on the settlement and what the city's mayor had to say about the ordeal, click here.
Voter registration phone bank
Are you registered to vote? News 6 is making it easy for Central Floridians to get registered through its phone bank, which is being held Thursday from 6 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Experts will be available to answer questions about voting precincts, how to update voter information and more. Click here to find the number you need to call.
Winter Garden nonprofit helps build pathways
Patty Myers, the author of "Autism is A Blessing," runs a nonprofit in Winter Garden that helps people with developmental disabilities build connections in the community. Participants learn life, social and job skills that will prepare them for entering the world after graduating from high school.
For more details on the organization and how you can help, click here.