‘God told me not to take this vaccine:’ Brevard restaurateur won’t ask employees to get COVID shot
While many local restaurant owners are waiting for more details from Biden's order that businesses with 100 or more employees require their workforce to get vaccines or take weekly COVID tests, at least one already has made up his mind.
UPDATE: 4-year-old child falls out of moving car in Flagler County, deputies say
The mother and uncle of a 4-year-old child who fell out of their moving car Tuesday did not realize the child was gone until their siblings asked their mother where they went, according to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office.
Osceola County looks toward a high-tech future with NeoCity development
Osceola County commissioners are expected to vote on approval for an exclusive contract that will further develop NeoCty — a project that's already creating a path for the county's own tech hub and is expected to be the future home for professionals in the technologies industry.
Osceola County Sheriff’s Office demonstrate program to track down missing residents
The Osceola County Sheriff's Office said it's common to see elderly residents and children or adults with disabilities wander away which is why they are using the "Project Lifesaver Program" to locate missing residents faster and safely.
Driver, passenger standing near car after crash on I-75 hit by tractor-trailer, troopers say
A woman was killed and a man was seriously injured after getting hit by a tractor-trailer on Interstate 75 while they were standing outside their disabled vehicle following a crash, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Do Central Florida school districts need more money to purchase PPE?
School districts in the nine counties that serve Central Florida families have spent in excess of $16 million combined on personal protective equipment over the last year, and some districts are unsure how much they will spend for the upcoming school year.
Deputies hope K-9s injured in Volusia shooting will return to force soon
On Wednesday, the public got the chance to see Ax and Endo, two K9 officers who were shot Saturday morning after deputies say 21-year-old Shedrick Singleton Jr., ran into the wood line in Deltona after carjacking a Lyft driver at gunpoint in Sanford.
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Reports of ID.me duplicate accounts increasing in Florida
ID.me, the company hired to verify the identification of Florida unemployment account holders has launched a full-court press to stop cybercriminals employing social engineering to steal the personal information of claimants applying for unemployment assistance.
Gov. Ron DeSantis holds education roundtable to promote switch from FSA testing to progress monitoring
Days after Gov. Ron DeSantis announced his hopes of ending Florida Standards Assessments, he held a roundtable with education officials to discuss the benefits of switching to a new method of tracking students’ progress.