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  • Snooty the manatee stars at Bradenton stop

    Snooty the manatee stars at Bradenton stop
    It's good to be Snooty. No, we're not talking about an attitude. This Snooty is the oldest manatee in captivity and the star attraction of the South Florida Museum in Bradenton, about three hours south of Orlando. Visitors can explore history, science...
  • East Ridge runner: Achieving youth track records was 'awesome' experience

    East Ridge runner: Achieving youth track records was 'awesome' experience
    Two days after a record-shattering showing at track and field's U.S. 20-and-under championships, 16-year-old Kaylin Whitney finally came back down to Earth and crashed in the comfort of her own bed. Whitney slept into the afternoon Tuesday after...
  • Feria de Telemundo Orlando cumple 10 años en sintonía con la gente

    Feria de Telemundo Orlando cumple 10 años en sintonía con la gente
    Como ya es tradición, la Feria de la Familia de Telemundo llegará a Kissimmee, esta vez el próximo 16 de agosto. Pero este año es el décimo aniversario y, además, el canal tiene nuevas caras en los puestos gerenciales, por lo que las sorpresas no podrán...
  • Rubio honors famed Puerto Rican regiment at Orange event

    Rubio honors famed Puerto Rican regiment at Orange event
    Norberto Rivera traveled from South Florida to Orlando for a big celebration — one he has always dreamed about. Rivera, 83, was one of 31 veterans from the 65th Infantry Regiment, also known as "Los Borinqueneers," gathered in the auditorium of...
  • Five things for Wednesday, August 13

    Five things for Wednesday, August 13
    Five things for today in Orlando and Central Florida: a tree grows where Hurricane Charley stormed through 10 years ago; massive red tide in the Gulf; and video of arrest of city commissioner aide. 1. Ten years ago Hurricane Charley barreled through...
  • Deloitte confirms 1,000 new jobs in Lake Mary

    Deloitte confirms 1,000 new jobs in Lake Mary
    Deloitte, the world’s largest accounting firm, confirmed Monday that its Deloitte Consulting arm is opening a new tech center in Lake Mary, with 1,000 new jobs. Seminole County and the City of Lake Mary are planning to vote on a $1.7 million...
  • Orlando man dead in early-morning crash on State Road 528

    Orlando man dead in early-morning crash on State Road 528
    An Orlando man died early Monday in a three-car crash on State Road 528 that critically injured his passenger, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. The driver, Anthony Joseph McCree, 27, lost control of his Cadillac SUV about 3 a.m. near the...
  • Five things for Thursday, August 14

    Five things for Thursday, August 14
    Five things for today in Orlando and Central Florida: a judge issued a temporary injunction against a Planned Parenthood clinic; unrest in Ferguson, Mo. continues; and Internet-privacy device iCloak gets more support. 1. A judge has issued a temporary...
  • Florida's science centers offer you big bang for your buck

    Florida's science centers offer you big bang for your buck
    Where can you dig up a dinosaur, take an airboat ride and fly a space mission? At the science center, of course, but here's where you've got decisions to make. Which one? Florida has 21 museums that are part of the international Association of Science-...
  • Parents of FAMU hazing case victim: Sentence did not send message

    Parents of FAMU hazing case victim: Sentence did not send message
    The parents of the 26-year-old man killed in the FAMU hazing case did not feel like the sentence given to former drum major on Friday was strong enough. Jarrod Deas was sentenced to five years probation and 100 hours of community service after pleading...
  • Read this column, or you'll regret it

     Read this column, or you'll regret it
    "Regrets, I've had a few," sings Frank Sinatra in the classic "My Way." Me too, Frank, me too. Paul Anka's lyrics continue with Ol' Blue Eyes singing "But then again, too few to mention." Although my regrets are also few in the grand scheme of things,...