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Hepatitis A outbreak
Three times more hepatitis A cases were reported in Florida in 2018 than the state's five-year average and doctors say the number could continue to increase. Find out how to stay safe in the face of possible infection.
Another lewd act near UCF
Officials from the Orange County Sheriff's Office said a man was seen performing a lewd act between two cars in a student housing parking garagenear the University of Central Florida Thursday morning. Read about why some are speculating that the suspect may be the same suspect from previous incidents near UCF.
Local company going to the moon
Cape Canaveral company Moon Express is one of nine companies selected as part of a $2.6 billion NASA lunar program. See both when and why the program will be taking crews out of this world.
DUI doctor accused of peeing himself
A local doctor professed his love to the deputy who arrested him on charges of driving under the influence after he was seen driving in circles in a Publix parking lot, according to authorities. Find out what the doctor's allegedly state was when the deputy pulled him over.
VRBO new sponsor of Citrus Bowl
The travel home rental website VRBO has officially been named the title sponsor of this year's Citrus Bowl. Read about why the company's president chose to sponsor the Florida bowl game.
No more Country 500 at the Daytona Speedway
2018 marked the last year of the Country 500 music festival's residence at Daytona International Speedway. See the other events that speedway officials say the venue will still host.
Another cold day in Central Florida
More frosty temperatures kicked off Thursday and proceeded to hang around during the day. Find out if the cold will stay for the rest of the week and then into the weekend.