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  • Cuatro premios de periodismo para Carolina Salazar de "El Sentinel" | VIDEO

    Cuatro premios de periodismo para Carolina Salazar de "El Sentinel" | VIDEO
    MIAMI - El trabajo de la periodista Carolina Salazar de El Sentinel fue reconocido, una vez más, por la Sociedad de Editores de Florida (Florida Society of News Editors, FSNE), al resultar acreedora de cuatro premios de periodismo en el concurso anual...
  • Val Demings sees her stock rising, and growing electoral options

    Val Demings sees her stock rising, and growing electoral options
    TALLAHASSEE -- It was noteworthy to some when former Orlando Police Chief Val Demings was making the rounds at Florida Democrats' annual fundraising conference in Westin last month. That's because her name is surfacing as a potential running mate for...
  • World Cup dominates; 'Big Brother' scores

    World Cup dominates; 'Big Brother' scores
    How big was the World Cup in Central Florida? The soccer extravaganza dominated the sports ratings last week, taking nine of the Top 10 spots in this TV market. The Germany-Argentina final Sunday afternoon topped anything in prime time, when Orlando...
  • John Morgan: I've rounded up $6 million for medical marijuana amendment

    John Morgan: I've rounded up $6 million for medical marijuana amendment
    TALLAHASSEE -- Orlando trial lawyer John Morgan has seen casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson, and he's raising him. The primary booster for Florida's medical marijuana constitutional amendment says he has rustled up roughly $6 million in donations to pay...
  • Arson inquiry widens after multiple fires in 3 cities

     Arson inquiry widens after multiple fires in 3 cities
    After more than a dozen suspicious fires burned through the downtown Orlando area and historic Sanford area in the past two months, authorities are trying to determine whether a serial arsonist is at work in the Central Florida region. It will likely be...
  • Yoga schools grow by leaps and bounds in Central Florida

    Yoga schools grow by leaps and bounds in Central Florida
    The students at Warrior One Power Yoga glide through their poses on brightly colored mats squeezed side by side in the narrow studio in Audubon Park. The Orlando business, which celebrated its first anniversary last month, has been so successful that...
  • Apopka probes questions about city attorney

    Apopka probes questions about city attorney
    Apopka Mayor Joe Kilsheimer said Monday he is looking into questions about newly hired City Attorney Thomas A. Cloud after a mobile phone number linked to the lawyer appeared on a client list of a brothel in east Orange County. The client list was among...
  • SunRail, parkway at risk if federal money runs out

    SunRail, parkway at risk  if federal money runs out
    Federal tax money that pays for roads and passenger trains all over the country, including the Wekiva Parkway and SunRail in metro Orlando, will run out in just a few weeks unless Congress finds billions of extra dollars. If Congress goes into its five-...
  • Uber brings hope to Orlando taxi drivers, fear to their bosses

    Uber brings hope to Orlando taxi drivers, fear to their bosses
    Bulldozers and backhoes working on Mears Transportation's new $20 million headquarters are grinding to a halt as nervous executives put the project on indefinite hold. The reason: Uber, a smartphone app that threatens to cut deep into taxi-industry...
  • Entrepreneur leaves EA to focus on startup

    Entrepreneur leaves EA to focus on startup
    Orlando entrepreneur Chris Harden has left his position at EA Sports to commit full-time attention to his startup company, TROBO, with co-founder Jeremy Scheinberg. Harden joins a small group of other local businesspeople who left EA to start new...
  • There's no debate -- kids should be vaccinated

    There's no debate --  kids should be vaccinated
    The number of people who have found God in the last 10 years has risen dramatically. That is, if we're talking about people who cite religion for exempting their school-age kids from state-required vaccinations. But that trend isn't about faith. And...