ORLANDO -- The world's No. 1 ranked golfer won't defend his championship when play begins Thursday in Orlando’s Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. That's because Tiger Woods withdrew Tuesday citing continued back spasms.
ORLANDO -- Victor Oladipo put on a dominating performance in leading the Orlando Magic to a double-overtime win over the New York Knicks at the Amway Arena Friday night.
Oladipo, Orlando's prized rookie small forward, poured in 30 points, a career-high 14 assists and nine rounds for the near-triple double in leading the Magic to a 129-121 win.
ORLANDO -- The Orlando Magic have little hope of winning more than a third of the games on their 82-game schedule, if the opening night game loss on the road Tuesday night against the Indiana Pacers, 97-87, is any indication.
Dannis Bish, an Orlando firefighter shown here on his Facebook page with his wife, Jayne, was killed and his spouse critically injured when his Harley was struck Saturday by a 16-year-old driver in a Mustang who made an improper left turn into their path in East Orange County. The Bishes had been in Volusia County the day before for Bike Week and it's unclear if they and another biker friend riding his own Harley and injured, were returning home from the biker event when the accident occurred.
DAYTONA BEACH -- Already with the opening three-day weekend of Bike Week gone, two bikers have lost their lives -- one near Pierson and the other in Orlando, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
BREAKING NEWS: Ghyabi + Associates of Ormond Beach merges with Chicago-based engineering giant Benesch
ORMOND BEACH, Fla. -- Maryam Ghyabi may be a big fish in a small pond in Central Florida with her Ormond Beach-based transportation planning and engineering firm, where she clearly has been the standard bearer over the years on major projects, but her company has merged with one of the country's engineering giants headquartered in Chicago -- Alfred Benesch & Company.
Tourism officials pleased with Hard Rock Hotel chain signing off on Daytona as the 4th brand locale in the Sunshine State
ORLANDO, Fla. -- "Come out with your hands up, or you will die!"
That's the order of a law enforcement official with either the Orlando PD or the Orange County Sheriff's Office to the gunman in the Pulse shooting, among 11 hours worth of body cam video clips released this week by the City of Orlando to the Associated Press, ABC News and other media outlets.