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  • Belvin Perry examines Black History Month

    Belvin Perry examines Black History Month
    UPDATED: In local public-affairs programming this weekend: Siblings Belvin Perry Jr. and Valeria Maxwell talk to "Metro Center Outlook" at 9 a.m. Sunday on WUCF-Channel 24. He is the former Orange-Osceola chief judge, and she is principal of Orlando's...
  • Going code-less: Orlando's Kony Inc. launches new app builders

    Going code-less: Orlando's Kony Inc. launches new app builders
    Don’t tell the computer coders, but Orlando tech heavyweight Kony Inc. is launching new products intended to cut them out of the picture, at least partly. Kony Inc.’s new products include the Kony Modeler, which allows people and companies...
  • Dare to bare for Saturday's Undie Run in Orlando

    Dare to bare for Saturday's Undie Run in Orlando
    Some parents will do anything to help their sick child get better. Case in point: Bill Brooks, the 55-year-old mayor of Belle Isle, who plans to run around in public in his underwear. And he hopes you'll join him. Brooks is the hard-working...
  • Orlando renames street in honor of black 'daredevil aviatrix'

    Orlando renames street in honor of black 'daredevil aviatrix'
    Orlando renamed West Washington Street on Monday to recognize the street's most accomplished resident, African-American aviatrix Bessie Coleman. Coleman, who lived in Orlando in the 1920's, was a pioneer flier who persevered through racial and gender...
  • Arts-center crowds help fill downtown restaurants

    Arts-center crowds help fill downtown restaurants
    The crowd at Hamburger Mary's Church Street restaurant underwent a dramatic change at one point Thursday night, from jersey-clad Magic fans to sharply dressed theater patrons. Restaurants downtown have been enjoying the spoils since the Dr. Phillips...
  • Orlando renames street for black female aviator

    Orlando renames street for black female aviator
    Orlando renamed West Washington Street on Monday to recognize the street's most accomplished resident, African-American aviator Bessie Coleman. Coleman was a pioneer flier who persevered through racial and gender prejudices in early 20th Century America...
  • Homeless: We've changed minds, now let's change lives

    Homeless: We've changed minds, now let's change lives
    Last year our community rallied together and began to make new commitments to the homeless in Central Florida. But 2015 must be the year that our commitments turn into results in clear, measurable ways with significant numbers of homeless individuals...
  • Orlando Google Fiber petition gets 350 signers in 24 hours

    Orlando Google Fiber petition gets 350 signers in 24 hours
    A petition to bring Google Fiber's high-speed Internet connection to Orlando got more than 350 signers in about 24 hours, and counting. Matthew Diaz, a student at University of Central Florida, posted a petition online at Change.org on Tuesday. By...
  • No Space Needle or Gateway Arch: What defines Orlando's skyline?

    No Space Needle or Gateway Arch: What defines Orlando's skyline?
    St. Louis has the Gateway Arch. Chicago has the Willis Tower and the Bean. Seattle has the Space Needle. And San Francisco has the Golden Gate Bridge. Why doesn't Orlando have a skyline that stands out? Members of a City Hall task force say Orlando...
  • Uber slams Orlando, but some drivers like city's new rules

    Uber slams Orlando, but some drivers like city's new rules
    Uber is waging a campaign to discredit the city of Orlando for new regulations that would more than triple its minimum fares, claiming the changes will hurt the company's drivers. But some of Uber's own drivers welcome the higher rates. Orlando's new...
  • Cops: Orlando senior city planner surfed child porn on work computer

    Cops: Orlando senior city planner surfed child porn on work computer
    A senior planner and three-decade employee of the city of Orlando has been arrested, accused of viewing and downloading child pornography, including on his desktop computer at work, an affidavit states. Bruce George Hossfield, 62, was booked into the...