Irma Swiftly Lays Claim to Florida’s Sea of Trees

September 11, 2017 MIAMI — After the wind and rain had passed, and with the Florida sun shining again, Bruce Mawry emerged from his Miami Beach home to find a grisly scene of fallen trunks, scattered fronds and rolling coconuts. It amounted to a palm tree...

Video Shows Orlando Police Pulling Over Florida State Attorney

Aramis D. Ayala, the chief prosecutor in Orlando and the first black prosecutor elected in the state, said the stop appeared to be consistent with Florida law.

Year After Pulse Massacre, Blessings and Frustrations Abound

By LIZETTE ALVAREZ June 10, 2017 ORLANDO, Fla. — Leonel Melendez leans in as he sips coffee at his bagel shop here, and politely asks: “What? I couldn’t hear you.” He is deaf in his left ear, and a hearing aid turbocharges his right...

Five Killed in Orlando Workplace Shooting, Officials Say

By CHRISTINE HAUSER June 5, 2017 Five people at a business near Orlando, Fla., were fatally shot by a former employee who went through a warehouse singling out his victims before killing himself, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department said on Monday....