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  • Director De Miller recovering from meningitis

    Director De Miller recovering from meningitis
    MOUNT DORA — De and Sue Miller are on a roller coaster, but they keep the faith. De Miller, owner of Lazarus Filmworks out of Mount Dora, was getting ready to finish filming on "Grace of the Father" with a cast that includes Darren Dowler, lead...
  • IQ Orlando seeks to attract life science start-ups

    IQ Orlando seeks to attract life science start-ups
    Four large Central Florida entities have struck up a partnership to attract, grow and retain start-up companies that focus on life sciences. Florida Hospital, Tavistock Group, University of Central Florida and the AHG Group introduced IQ Orlando this...
  • Police find SUV involved in B-CU shooting that left three injured

    Police find SUV involved in B-CU shooting that left three injured
    Police found the sport-utility vehicle involved in Monday's shooting at Bethune-Cookman University, which left three students hurt, officials said. In surveillance video released Tuesday, a black SUV is seen at 6:40 p.m. pulling into the parking lot that...
  • Five things for Tuesday, February 24, 2015

    Five things for Tuesday, February 24, 2015
    Here are your stories for Tuesday in Central Florida: no more feeding the dolphins at SeaWorld; manatees caught in storm drain saved; fashion for technology; and Magic playing defense. 1. The tradition of feeding dolphins has ended at SeaWorld's Orlando...
  • Partnership to explore role of arts in health care

    Partnership to explore role of arts in health care
    Dr. Phillips Center and Florida Hospital have come together to create a school and research center that focuses on the intersection of arts and health, an initiative that could put Central Florida in the forefront of this emerging field. The Dr....
  • Study: State faces shortage of specialty doctors

    Study: State faces shortage of specialty doctors
    TALLAHASSEE — As Florida grows and gets more gray, a shortage of physicians in certain specialty areas could strain the health-care system, leading to longer wait times, lower-quality care and higher costs. That's the conclusion of a study released...
  • Add health coverage, fill budget hole: Editorial

    Add health coverage, fill budget hole: Editorial
    Gov. Rick Scott's budget proposal may have sprung a leak this week. A top federal health official said the Obama administration was not planning to pony up $1.3 billion next year, which Scott had banked on, to extend a program that reimburses hospitals in...
  • Psychiatric patient who was sexually assaulted in Florida Hospital files suit

    Psychiatric patient who was sexually assaulted in Florida Hospital files suit
    The family of a 26-year-old mentally retarded, schizophrenic woman today filed suit against the owner of Florida Hospital, accusing it of trying to cover up her sexual assault by another mental patient more than a year ago in their Orlando psychiatric...
  • Influx of Chinese buyers in Reunion

    Influx of Chinese buyers in Reunion
    With education on their minds and an eye for detail, increased numbers of buyers from China have been purchasing in the Orlando market, developers say. At Encore Club at Reunion, more than a third of the community's 124 sales during the past 10 months...
  • 2015 launching point for Orlando area's health, biomed sectors

    2015 launching point for Orlando area's health, biomed sectors
    After more than two decades at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo., Dr. Peter Crawford and his wife, Dr. Jane Chen, decided to move to Orlando in 2014. Crawford, a cardiologist and a well-known cardiometabolic scientist, was recruited by the...
  • Hospitals see results in infection-control efforts

    Hospitals see results in infection-control efforts
    Local hospitals are making strides in reducing hospital-acquired infections, new data from the hospitals show. Reducing hospital-acquired infections is complex in a place where a lot of sick people are in close quarters. It takes education; changes in...