Record number of students to attend private schools using state vouchers
As classes resumed this week at Chesterton Academy of Orlando, most of the students who attend the private, faith-based “classical” high school are receiving financial assistance through state-supported scholarships commonly known as vouchers.
Central Florida couple who went to space sued OceanGate CEO over Titanic voyage fraud claims
A to the edge of space last year would later bring a fraud lawsuit against Stockton Rush, the man currently thought to be lost with four others in the Titanic-hunting “Titan” submersible somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean, according to a lawsuit filed in February on behalf of plaintiffs Sharon Hagle and Marc Hagle.
Ring video shows man accused of burglarizing Seminole County home while family slept
Ring video given to News 6 by a Winter Park resident, showed a man, identified by the Seminole County Sheriff's Office as 40-year-old James Danforth, entering into a home off of Tangerine Avenue through the sliding glass door.
‘Do you have a sense of peace?’ AdventHealth officials ask patients questions to check mental health
With the end of the year quickly approaching, many of us are squeezing in those last-minute doctor’s appointments. But you may have noticed some interesting questions your physician may be asking you.
Hurricane hit areas led US with missing 2020 census data
Two Louisiana parishes devastated by two hurricanes and two rural Nebraska counties had among the highest rates of households with missing information about themselves during the 2020 census that required the U.S. Census Bureau to use a statistical technique to fill in gaps.
Railroad crossing: Here’s how Florida drivers, pedestrians can stay safe around train tracks
Florida Department of Transportation spokesperson David Parks said the goal this week is to show drivers across Central Florida just how easy it is to not get hit by a train by simply paying attention to existing road markings and signs.