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Located in the central region of the state, Orlando was originally the center of a major citrus-growing region, and is now an urban city with various industries. The area is a major tourist destination, home of the Universal Orlando Resort, and SeaWorld, and also about 21 miles northeast of the Walt Disney World Resort. These attractions helped make Orlando the third most visited American city among travelers.

Population: 230519
Local Newspapers: Orlando Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: Orlando Magic (NBA) Orlando Predators (Arena Football League)
Local Colleges: University of Central Florida

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Man hurt in Port Orange shooting, police say

Police responded to the 70 block of Golden Gate Circle, where they found a man shot in the hand and leg. Police say he was shot with a handgun.

Woman found dead near Apopka train tracks, deputies say

Investigators were called to the area of 13th Street and Christiana Avenue just after 4:30 a.m., Deputy Ingrid Tejada-Monforte said. Deputies identified the woman as Tina Marie Pocasangre-Lopez, 27. Detectives found no trauma on her body, Tejada-Monforte said.

Singers showcase progress at UCF's Summer Opera Institute

Joseph Calzada's voice hasn't sounded better than it did Sunday when he took the stage at the Rehearsal Hall at the University of Central Florida . The 17-year-old spent the past 10 days perfecting each note - including hitting the high E he coveted - at UCF's Summer Opera Institute.

Governor Cuomo Unveils Design for New York's Official Monument Honoring the LGBT Community

Governor Andrew Cuomo today unveiled the design for New York's official monument honoring the LGBT community and all victims of hate, intolerance, and violence. The competition for the monument was launched after the 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando and is meant to commemorate victims of that attack as well.

More than 3,000 gather for Pride in the Park

A candlelight vigil was held for Frank Escalante, native of Weslaco, and others who died during the Orlando Pulse night club shooting during the Pride in the Park celebration June 24, 2017 in McAllen. A child holds a candle during a candlelight vigil for Frank Escalante, native of Weslaco, and others who died during the Orlando Pulse night club shooting during the Pride in the Park celebration June 24, 2017 in McAllen.

Pricey Hilton brand worth it - Byles

In this September 2013 Gleaner file photo, CEO of Sagicor Real Estate X Fund Limited Rohan Miller and X Fund Chairman Richard Byles look over a document at an investor briefing hosted by the property fund at The Jamaica Pegaus hotel in New Kingston. Chairman of Sagicor Real Estate X Fund Limited, Richard Byles, said last Friday that the multimillion-dollar fees paid to Hilton hotel group for the use of its brand is a good deal.

SeaWorld under investigation by two federal agencies

Killer whale "Tilikum" appears during its performance in its show "Believe" at Sea World on March 30, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. ORLANDO, Fla.


I'm a Sixer's fan living in Orlando going on 11 years now...judging by how bad the rebuild is going since the Howard trade, would it make sense for the Magic to go into a complete rebuild/tank mode right now...I would love to see the hometown team be competitive again. I know the Sixers have been a joke but there's hope now, the Magic seem far away from even that.

'We all ran for our lives': Fiamma 911 calls shed light on moments of terror

'We all ran for our lives': Fiamma 911 calls shed light on moments of terror A disgruntled ex-employee fatally shot five people before killing himself June 5 at the Orlando business. Check out this story on The scene of a mass shooting at in Orlando, Fl.

16 photos that show the evolution of American gay pride...

American cities and towns - big and small - are celebrating Pride month, which is meant to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall Riots. Since then, LGBT rights have come a long way.

Stay united in the fight against homelessness

Central Florida has made remarkable progress over the past few years in the battle against homelessness. But it'll take sustained leadership, cooperation and investment across the region to maintain the momentum and avoid letting those hard-fought gains erode.

Orlando researcher seeks clues to dangerous fatty liver disease

In his lab in Lake Nona, Dr. Peter Crawford has been studying nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, a condition that's closely linked to obesity and type 2 diabetes . is using cutting edge metabolic and genetic tools to try to figure out how and why nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, or "fatty liver," progresses into a more severe form, "It's a real scare, and it's directly linked to the obesity epidemic," said Crawford, a physician and research scientist at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute.

TSA agent caught stealing cash from luggage at Orlando International Airport, cops say

A Transportation Security Administration employee was arrested Thursday after he was caught on video stealing cash from a bag going through screening at Orlando International Airport, Orlando police say. Alexander Shae Johnson, 22, who had been with TSA just a few months, was arrested on a charge of third-degree felony grand theft, records show.

TSA agent stole from passenger's belongings, according to police

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - A Transportation Security Administration agent has been arrested after he was accused of stealing money from a passenger at Orlando International Airport in Florida, Orlando police said.

From 9/11 to Orlando, Ken Feinberg's Alter Ego in Compensating Victims

When the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn unveiled a program on Thursday to compensate victims of sexual abuse by its clergy, it chose a familiar name to oversee it: Kenneth R. Feinberg . His six-person law firm has achieved national renown - and a near monopoly - in the curious business of devising ways to compensate disaster victims.

What's new in the coming school year? Recess and fewer required classes

Governor Rick Scott signs a controversial education bill at Morning Star Catholic School, a special needs school, in Orlando, on Thursday, June 15, 2017. Governor Rick Scott signs a controversial education bill at Morning Star Catholic School, a special needs school, in Orlando, on Thursday, June 15, 2017.

TSA gives inside look at Orlando airport security technology

Under Orlando International Airport are rooms with many rows of industrial X-ray machines, swallowing luggage of many sizes and taking hundreds of multi-angle scans of each. The airport's bowels were put on display Thursday by TSA officials, who called it a rare look behind the scenes to showcase how their security system can give each passenger as many as 20 looks.

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