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Pine Hills Rapist Responsible for Four Sexual Attacks on Women Arrested

The Orange County Sheriff's Office arrested who they call the Pine Hills Rapist, a local man responsible for at least four sexual attacks on women.

Orlando Gay Bar Vandal Arrested, No Hate Crime at District Dive

Orlando Police have arrested a local gay bar vandal, and determined there was no indication that this act was motivated by prejudice or hate.

Improvements Planned for Econlockhatchee Trail Total $66.7 Million

Orange County approved a $66.7 million construction contract to make improvements to Econlockhatchee Trail near Lake Underhill Road.

Man Arrested for Shooting Teen on International Drive in Orlando

According to the Orlando Police Department, a man has been charged with aggravated battery with a firearm after shooting a teen on International Drive.

Sheriff Offers Gift Cards for Guns, No Questions Asked

The Orange County Sheriff's Office is offering gift cards for guns, with no questions asked, during a local gun buyback event in Orlando.

Sunnyside Cannabis Dispensary Opens in South Orlando

Cresco Labs opened a new Sunnyside medical cannabis dispensary in Orlando.

Orlando Business Owners Receive Top National Award

The International Franchise Association named owners of two Tint World® locations in Orlando, Florida as two of its 2023 Franchisees of the Year.

Central Florida Business Pro Launches Her American Dream

University of Florida alum Youshan Zhao launched her American Dream when she opened Brightway, The Zhao Agency insurance office in Orlando.

Veterans Town Hall Event in Orlando

The Orlando VA Healthcare System will host a Veterans Town Hall on Tuesday, March 21st, at the Orlando VA Medical Center located in Lake Nona.

YouFit Gyms Launches Free Self-Defense Classes

YouFit Gyms is supporting women everywhere with the launch of Free Self-Defense classes to teach women life-saving self-defense skills.

Application for Presidential Marijuana Pardon Certificates Now Available

President Biden's administration began the process of issuing marijuana pardon certificates to those with low-level, federal possession convictions.