Florida Driver Survives Crash When Metal Object Falls On VanA Florida man has survived a harrowing drive after a large piece of scrap metal fell from a tractor-trailer and crushed his van.
Sheriff: Orlando Awning Factory Shooting Left 2 Teens ParentlessA workplace shooting in Florida left two teens parent-less.
Sheriff: Disgruntled Ex-Worker Killed 5, Then HimselfA disgruntled former employee opened fire Monday inside a Florida awning manufacturer, killing five workers before killing himself.
Police: Man With Fake Gun In Custody At Orlando AirportAn armed man was "contained" and speaking with a crisis negotiator Tuesday night at the Orlando International Airport, authorities said.
Pro Bowl Returning To Orlando In 2018The Pro Bowl will return to Orlando in 2018 for the second straight year.
NFL Auditioning Orlando As Permanent Pro Bowl HomeThe players on hand agreed this week that Orlando is nice, but it's no Hawaii.
Suspect in Orlando Officer's Slaying Interrupts JudgeA day after an expletive-laced court appearance on charges he killed his pregnant ex-girlfriend, a fugitive was more subdued but still interrupted and refused to answer questions when he went before a judge Friday on five new charges filed against him in the death of Orlando police officer.
Widow Of Orlando Nightclub Shooter Arrested By FBIA U.S. law enforcement official says the FBI has arrested the wife of the Orlando nightclub shooter.
6 Months Later, 49 Killed At Pulse Remembered In OrlandoRelatives, friends and survivors of the Orlando nightclub massacre remembered the six-month anniversary on Monday.
Body Cam Video Shows Chaos At Pulse Nightclub After ShootingImages recorded by the body cameras of police responding to the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando illustrate the chaos they faced.
911 Calls: 'Gunshots Going Like Crazy' In Pulse NightclubFriends and relatives of patrons trapped in a gay Florida nightclub where a mass shooting left 49 people dead asked police dispatchers why it was taking so long for their loved ones to be rescued.
More Than 900 Students Absent at Schools Named In ThreatsMore than 900 students were absent from three Orlando-area schools after authorities say a man posted messages on Twitter, threatening to shoot students and put pipe bombs inside campuses.

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