City leaders feed 180 Orlando families struggling during COVID-19 pandemic
ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando city leaders delivered free meals to nearly 200 families and residents who were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Orlando City Commissioner Tony Ortiz said this was a celebration even during difficult times. But he said they weren’t going to let the pandemic stop them. Instead, the city teamed up with Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida to help feed 180 families struggling to make ends meet. Families who need food assistance can find a food pantry near them by clicking here.
Vigil held for woman shot, killed while riding in car on SR 436
Luciano was shot and killed Dec. 13, 2019 while riding in a car at the intersection of Semoran Boulevard and Curry Ford Road in Orlando. Orlando police believe the shooter was last seen in a white Dodge pickup truck, which was captured on surveillance video. Porras spoke at the vigil alongside Luciano’s cousin, stepfather and close friends. “Please, please, please I beg of you: Come out, help us out solve this senseless crime,” Ortiz said. Even as more time passes since the shooting, Lopez is confident that the culprit will be held accountable.