Orlando Briefs

They will use these grants from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for additional COVID-19 testing, hospital capacity and economic security for Central Florida.
LYNX also announced they will not charge fares through the end of May and will still require rear door entry to protect bus operators and riders.
Air travel at one of the country's busiest airports is down 96% - all while local officials have been pushing an airport expansion opposed by airlines.
OUC’s Board of Commissioners recently approved far-reaching recommendations to help OUC customers and the Central Florida community impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
The Florida Department of Transportation is closing a very busy part of South Street, under I-4 in downtown, for the next two months.
During the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the City of Orlando has been able to continue paying city employees...
Due to the threat of COVID-19, our elderly populations are facing more isolation than ever before.
The Orange County Convention Center is committed to helping the community combat COVID-19.
Florida A&M University has named Deidré Keller, J.D. as the new dean of the College of Law in Orlando.