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Orlando International Airport

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  • One child dead, 14 hurt as cops seek driver in hit-and-run day-care crash

    One child dead, 14 hurt as cops seek driver in hit-and-run day-care crash
    Joel Rosado sprinted to the scene as soon as he heard the screeches and saw a black Toyota Solara plow into the Goldenrod Road KinderCare, where a 4-year-old girl lay dying and 14 others were injured. "We could see the teachers were, like, panicking,"...
  • Day-care crash suspect Robert Corchado arrested

    Day-care crash suspect Robert Corchado arrested
    Cindy Williams' comments were carried to a national audience. But it was clear that, first and foremost, they were intended for one man: Robert Corchado, the suspected hit-and-run driver in a crash that killed 4-year-old Lily Quintus and injured 14 others...
  • Jameer Nelson receives MRI on his sore left knee

    Jameer Nelson sat out his fourth consecutive game when the Orlando Magic hosted the Portland Trail Blazers on Tuesday night, but Nelson received some positive news on his sore left knee earlier in the day. Nelson underwent an MRI exam, and the exam...
  • A dream comes true for Orlando Magic rookie Dewayne Dedmon

    Dewayne Dedmon disliked the end result, but Sunday's 103-94 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers fulfilled him in at least one respect. He was able to play an NBA game in front of family. Dedmon, who is from Lancaster, Calif., which is about 70 miles...
  • Rick Scott announces $215M for new train depot at Orlando International Airport

    Rick Scott announces $215M for new train depot at Orlando International Airport
    Gov. Rick Scott announced this afternoon at Orlando International Airport that he intends to spend up $215 million in state money to build a new station at OIA that could house several trains, including a privately financed one that would link Central and...
  • Southwest unveils its first international routes

    Southwest unveils its first international routes
    Southwest Airlines introduced its first international destinations Monday, with flights that will start July 1. The Dallas-based airline will fly once a week from Orlando International Airport to Aruba and daily from OIA to Montego Bay, Jamaica. The...
  • Two years later Disney Dream still cruising with magic

    Two years later Disney Dream still cruising with magic
    Captain Jack Sparrow swings down upon the gang of pirates overtaking the ship. Swords clash before he calms the rumble and they celebrate with fireworks bursting above. Sound like a scene from the next "Pirates of the Caribbean" flick? It's actually a...
  • JetBlue: Cabin-fever fares from Fort Lauderdale from $50 one-way

    JetBlue: Cabin-fever fares from Fort Lauderdale from $50 one-way
    JetBlue Airways on Tuesday launched its Cabin Fever sale with fares ranging from $50-160 one way from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. The special Web fares must be purchased before 11:59 p.m. Wednesday Jan. 23 and are valid for travel...
  • TSA officers to try interview technique

    TSA officers to try interview technique
    If you are flying out of Boston Logan International Airport, be prepared to have a brief conversation with a Transportation Security Administration officer who will be interested in more than what you have to say. Under a 60-day pilot program that starts...
  • Dining rooms with a view

    Dining rooms with a view
    There are times when the view from a restaurant's dining room can upstage the kitchen's best efforts. It's a bonus that ups the ambience for wonderful eateries and that little something extra that can make an OK destination over-the-top. It is a "myth...
  • RX for Danger: How did Florida become 'pill-mill' hotbed?

    RX for Danger: How did Florida become 'pill-mill' hotbed?
    For the past year, federal agents say, David Kidd and Christopher Grigg traveled almost weekly from their homes in Ohio to Florida, where they — and others working for them — doctor-shopped throughout the state, buying thousands of...