The cold snap continued Wednesday in Central Florida and thousands of Elton John fans were frustrated last night after his final show in Orlando was called off at the last minute. Those are among Wednesday's top stories as seen on ClickOrlando.com and News 6.
Elton John postpones Orlando show
Elton John’s last scheduled concert appearances in Orlando and Tampa have been postponed because of an ear infection.
Fans walked out of the Amway Center arena disappointed Tuesday after getting the news minutes after the show was set to kick off. John released a statement on the cancellation of both shows the morning after the announcement. Click here to read the full statement.
Cold blast in Central Florida
The cold weather isn't meant to last in Central Florida. Temperatures start to warm Thursday, with the high expected to be in the mid-60s. See the full forecast here.
Cold weather shelters will remain open again tonight. Find a list by county here.
News 6 hosts Medicare phone bank as deadline approaches
News 6 is hosting its annual Medicare phone bank until 7:30 p.m. Have your questions about changes or enrollment answered by calling 888-436-6665. Also, find resources at ClickOrlando.com/medicare anytime to help you choose the right plan and more.
FBI works to identify serial killer's victims from Florida to California
FBI investigators are working to identify dozens of other victims slain by a convicted killer who recently confessed, while serving a life sentence for different murders to killing an Ocala woman 36 years ago
Samuel Little, 78, has provided information on more than 90 murders authorities say he committed across the country in the '70s and '80s, including 20-year-old Rosie Hill's 1982 slaying in Marion County. The FBI created a map of all the slayings Little said he committed since the 1970s. Click here to see the map and read about the investigation.
Watch Disney's Candlelight Processional for free
If you've always wanted to watch "Walt Disney World's Candlelight Processional" but were deterred by the price of an Epcot ticket, this holiday season brings good news -- Disney will be livestreaming a showing of Tuesday's Dec. 4 show for free.
The livestreamed show is set to be narrated by Emmy and Tony Award-winning actor Neil Patrick Harris. Click here to get all the details.