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  • Don't miss: Florida-resident deal at Gatorland

    Don't miss: Florida-resident deal at Gatorland
    WHAT: There are animals aplenty at Gatorland, and not just the cold-blooded type. Along with the gators, crocs and snakes, the longtime south Orlando attraction spotlights panthers, birds and a petting zoo. But that doesn't mean you should skip the...
  • Deputies investigate violent robberies at apartment complex

    Deputies investigate violent robberies at apartment complex
    Orange County deputies are investigating two violent robberies that occurred at an apartment complex near Orange Blossom Trail early Wednesday. During the first robbery at the Waterway Apartments, the victim was confronted by three men who demanded...
  • If you go: Boxing card in Orlando

    If you go: Boxing card in Orlando
    What: Seven-fight boxing card, headlined by a scheduled eight-round cruiserweight fight between Francisco Palacios and Epifanio Mendoza. When: 7 Saturday night Where: Mela Room (9677 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando) Admission: $25 general...
  • Coyote attacks getting worse, activists say

    Coyote attacks getting worse, activists say
    It may seem like a deplorable notion to any cat owner and lover, Mieke Gentry Rich said, but there are actually some people in College Park who appear to be welcoming the recent intrusion of coyotes into the neighborhood. Their reasoning, she said, is...
  • Tupperware to add senior-living facility at proposed SunRail stop

    Tupperware to add senior-living facility at proposed SunRail stop
    Development around SunRail's proposed Tupperware Station in northern Osceola County is expected to include independent living for seniors in a mix of retail and apartments. The Osceola County Commission this week gave the Orlando-based company greater...
  • Traffic: Crashes blocking traffic on slick I-4

    Traffic: Crashes blocking traffic on slick I-4
    Traffic is backed up on parts of Interstate 4 because of two crashes, officials say. Three right lanes are blocked on westbound I-4 at Michigan Street, according to Florida Highway Patrol. And three westbound lanes are blocked on I-4 near Orange...
  • Man arrested on armed robbery charges tied to others

    Man arrested on armed robbery charges tied to others
    A 23-year-old man arrested last month after allegedly robbing a 7-Eleven at gunpoint has been connected to four other similar robberies, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office. Philip Gabriel Cappello was arrested Aug. 10 after a robbery at...
  • Food trucks Orlando: Sept. 14-20

     Food trucks Orlando: Sept. 14-20
    The Food Truck Bazaar Orlando: 6-9 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 14; 3201 E. Colonial Drive (in front of Macy's at Orlando Fashion Square mall); TheFoodTruckBazaar.com The Food Truck Bazaar St. Cloud: 5-8 p.m., Friday, Sept. 19; 1221 12th St., St. Cloud;...
  • Bloods gang members found guilty of sex trafficking 14-year-old girl in Orange County

    Bloods gang members found guilty of sex trafficking 14-year-old girl in Orange County
    Three Bloods street gang members who forced a teen girl to have sex for money in Orange County were recently convicted by a federal jury for sex trafficking, the U.S. Attorney's Office said. Xavier Francisco Villanueva, 25, Jose Carmona, 21, and...
  • Orlando man arrested, accused of impersonating a deputy

    Orlando man arrested, accused of impersonating a deputy
    When Jose Ortiz walked into the Lakeview Inn and Suites on South Orange Blossom Trail Sunday afternoon, he said he was an Orange County deputy who was working on an investigation. But the staffers knew there was something strange about him. Ortiz, 49 of...
  • Sanford man gets 15 years in prison for gun violation

    Sanford man gets 15 years in prison for gun violation
    A Sanford felon prohibited by law from possessing a firearm was sentenced to 15 years in prison for having a handgun in November. Bobby Deon Horn, 32, pleaded guilty on May 28 to a federal charge of illegally possessing a firearm. Senior U.S. District...