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  • Lake Eola, host to millions, may be victim of its own popularity

    Lake Eola, host to millions, may be victim of its own popularity
    If you're interested in booking an event at Lake Eola Park, you're likely to see a figurative "No Vacancy" sign. Orlando's signature park has become a victim of its own success, and weekends are so crowded with charity walks, food tastings, a farmer's...
  • Blake Bortles' dad talks to WKMG

    UPDATED: The lineup in local public-affairs programming this weekend: Rob Bortles, father of Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles, talks to host Matt Austin on "Flashpoint" at 8 a.m. Sunday on WKMG-Channel 6. WKMG will air the Pittsburgh at...
  • Princeton project brings out strong views on both sides

    Princeton project brings out strong views on both sides
    The Princeton at College Park will make traffic much worse in College Park. The Princeton at College Park will ease traffic and improve it on Princeton and Smith streets. The Princeton at College Park will hurt the neighborhood by ruining what is...
  • Five things for Wednesday, Oct. 1

    Five things for Wednesday, Oct. 1
    Five things for today in Orlando and Central Florida: I-4 makeover slowly starting; medical marijuana ad war; homeless people dying; and more. Happy October. September ended with the 23rd day of rain for the month - a record. But the weekend looks...
  • Deaths of 'most vulnerable' homeless bring call for change

    Deaths of 'most vulnerable' homeless bring call for change
    One man had a heart attack walking from his camp. A woman bled to death from cirrhosis. Two people died of cancer. And a 31-year-old man with schizophrenia was found drowned in a downtown Orlando lake — the result of an apparent suicide. In all,...
  • Fond Farewell to Jeter, Big Sugar, and God: Letters

    Fond Farewell to Jeter This month, the career of Derek Jeter will come to an end after 20 stellar years with the New York Yankees. All athletes — professional, collegiate and amateur — can learn so much from the way Jeter conducted himself...
  • Homeless in Orlando: A radical new approach to an old problem

    Homeless in Orlando: A radical new approach to an old problem
    Seven years ago, Central Florida leaders vowed to end homelessness. They did not. In fact, things got worse. While leaders in other cities took meaningful action and saw homeless numbers shrink, our leaders squabbled, wrung their hands and tried to...
  • Orlando International Airport visionary dies

    Orlando International Airport visionary dies
    Long before Orlando International Airport was lauded as one of the sleekest, most traveler-friendly places in the airline world, it existed almost solely in the mind of John Wyckoff. Along with architect Justus Hellmuth, Wyckoff traveled all over the...
  • City to vote on financing for new police, fire stations

    City to vote on financing for new police, fire stations
    Orlando city commissioners plan to approve nearly $50 million in bond financing Monday to build new police and fire stations, both of which have to move to make way for city-sponsored sports and entertainment projects in Parramore. The new Police...
  • Downtown UCF campus could transform Orlando : Editorial

    Downtown UCF campus could transform Orlando : Editorial
    The Medical City. The Institute for Simulation and Training. The Florida High Tech Corridor Council. The Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers. The Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center. Each of these efforts to add high-wage...
  • Cash payments to firefighters spark inquiry, policy change

    Cash payments to firefighters spark inquiry, policy change
    Picture this: an Orlando Fire Department commander walking around a music festival with a backpack stuffed with nearly $45,000, doling out cash-filled envelopes to city firefighters. It's not a back-alley bribery scandal. But until recently, it was...