| Aug 18, 2014
| 1:04 PM
Two local law firms are trying to figure out who sent dozens of accusatory letters to bar associations across the country about one, using the other's return address.
Someone sent anonymous letters about Brownstone Law, a Winter Park-based appellate...
| Aug 6, 2014
| 3:21 PM
SunRail has transformed some once-sleepy train stations into hives of activity during the morning and evening rush hours.
Maitland isn't one of those.
According to July ridership numbers from SunRail, the Maitland station had 3,172 passengers, the...
| Aug 10, 2014
| 4:01 PM
Election supervisors, worried that the redistricting brouhaha will confuse voters, have this message: The Aug. 26 primary is still on, and early voting is set to begin in some Central Florida counties starting today.
Voters can start casting ballots...
| May 18, 2014
| 4:42 PM
Steve Bors is standing at this booth in Flea World dressed in a wig, a fruit-basket hat, a woman's pink slip, carrying a crocheted purse and holding a pink cane.
The name of his booth is Dumpster Divers. And he's not kidding.
"We find good stuff in...
| Aug 4, 2014
| 1:29 PM
A state circuit judge in Broward County today made history, ordering the state of Florida to recognize gay marriages performed in another state.
Circuit Judge Dale Cohen's ruling is the third in as many weeks by a Florida judge who has ruled that the...
| Aug 14, 2014
| 9:55 AM
The doctor who autopsied Trayvon Martin, and later raised eyebrows with his uneven testimony during the trial of George Zimmerman, has released an ebook in which he argues prosecutors "hoped to lose the case."
Despite that claim, "Dead Men Can't Lie,"...
| Aug 21, 2014
| 1:38 PM
Sharyn Trapp has never heard or seen a coyote in her College Park neighborhood.
But she has seen the warning fliers: "Coyote Alert."
The notices, tacked to trees and published on the College Park Community Paper's Facebook page, warn that the...
| Aug 19, 2014
| 2:29 PM
Osceola County and Central Florida's Deseret Ranches, one of the nation's biggest cattle operations, will lay formal groundwork as soon as this week for a metropolis of tomorrow so large it nearly defies imagination.
Including large chunks of nature and...
| Mar 6, 2014
| 7:24 PM
When an unpopular president comes to town, politicians have a choice: get the good suit pressed and polish the dress shoes — or slip on a pair of sneakers and run as far away as possible.
That's the dilemma presented by President Barack Obama's...
| Aug 17, 2014
| 10:11 AM
Jonathan Crain had just driven 1,500 miles and was lugging heavy furniture up five flights of stairs when he developed a true appreciation for his moving-company workers.
Since that day in 2007, shortly after he bought a Two Men and A Truck franchise in...
| Jul 30, 2014
| 2:41 PM
April Sawers smiled as she filled her car's gas tank at an Orlando station this week.
She attributed her good mood to the steadily dropping price of fuel, which has dipped to its lowest level in four months, according to AAA, the motorists' club.