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City of Kissimmee's Festival of Lights Parade Now Accepting Registrations

Candy Land is the theme for this year’s Kissimmee Festival of Lights Parade, and it’s time to register if you or your group wants to be a part of all the fun! The City of Kissimmee has opened registration for the Dec. 14 parade down Broadway. The fun begins just after dark at 7 p.m. but attendees should arrive to get one of the better curbside viewing spots . The Parade is an annual tradition that is perfect for the whole family. Applications for the parade and Grand Marshall applica...

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Keith 11/17/2019 Comments(0)

Delayed Injuries After a Car Accident

When you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, everything can happen in a matter of seconds. Drivers and their passengers seldom have time to brace for the impact and may not even see the collision coming before it occurs. Often during and directly after the accident the people involved have elevated adrenaline levels which can inhibit sensations such as pain to the point they may not know they are hurt. Additionally, it is not uncommon for some who has been through the trauma of a car accid...

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Keith 11/15/2019 Comments(0)

A child and two adults hurt after van crashes into Lynx bus stop in Orlando

A child and two adults were hurt Friday morning when a car went off the road and crashed directly into a Lynx bus stop in Orlando. It took place around 7:40 a.m. on Silver Star Road, near North Powers Drive in Pine Hills. Florida Highway Patrol said the car was going eastbound on Silver Star Road when it went off the road and hit the bus stop. The FHP said the child was taken to Arnold Palmer Hospital, and the adults were taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center. The victims...

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Keith 11/15/2019 Comments(0)

KVLS Holds Annual Food Drive to Help End Senior Hunger in Osceola County

As the holiday season draws nearer, so does the urgency to ensure that those in need are cared for... specifically the seniors in the community. Often the last to reach out for help, the senior citizens in Osceola County can sometimes find the holiday season filled with loneliness, financial stress, and hunger, but the community can help! Thankfully, organizations like the Osceola Council On Aging have a mission to end senior hunger, bring assistance and restoration to those in need, and to serv...

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Keith 11/12/2019 Comments(0)

Six students in Orlando taken to hospital after driver crashes into school bus she tried to pass

Six students were taken to a hospital with minor injuries Monday morning in Orlando after a driver crashed into a school bus while trying to pass it on the left side as it slowed down to make a turn, the Florida Highway Patrol said. The crash was reported shortly before 8:15 a.m. near East Colonial Drive and North Chickasaw Trail. Investigators said the bus driver slowed and began to turn left onto Smathers Avenue. The driver of the car tried to pass the bus, but the front right p...

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Keith 11/11/2019 Comments(0)

Hand-held phone ban while driving in work and school zones becomes a reality

A new, strengthened Florida law went into affect Oct. 1 — allowing police officers to begin pulling drivers over for using their handheld cellular phone while driving in a designated school crossing, school zone or active work zone area. In those areas, only using hands-free options will be allowed. The message from the Florida Highway Patrol is a strong one — you can’t have the phone in your hand. At all. Officers will issue warnings until January 1, at which point the ...

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Keith 10/3/2019 Comments(0)

Florida Troopers Arrest Wrong Way Driver for DUI Manslaughter

On September 19, 2019 Corporal Kris Neutzling of the Florida Highway Patrol traffic homicide, arrested 32-year old Jason Ray Torrens for DUI Manslaughter. Mr. Torrens was booked into the Orange County Jail after turning himself in at FHP Headquarters. The arrest comes after an eight-month investigation into a fatal traffic crash that occurred at 1:20am on January 29, 2019 on SR 528 near SR 417. Mr. Torrens had been traveling eastbound when he made a U-turn in his Dodge Journey and began travelin...

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Keith 9/19/2019 Comments(0)

Children with Special Needs and Divorce

Parents of children with special needs have all the responsibilities which come with being a parent and those required to meet their child’s unique requirements. Often caring for their children needs means being a diligent advocate for their medical care, education, and therapeutic services. When families in this situation are faced with divorce, there will be additional concerns when it comes to planning for their child’s needs. Time-Sharing In Florida, how parents spend time with t...

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Keith 9/19/2019 Comments(0)

Community Comes Together to Assist Hurricane Torn People of the Bahamas

Hurricane Dorian is well past the Central Florida region, and we were very fortunate indeed. So, now you glance at your potentially overstocked food pantry wondering how long will it will be before you cycle through all those extra food items and household supplies. Yes, we are still in the midst of the hurricane season, but perhaps some of these non-perishable food items could help someone, or a family in great need, and right now. The disaster-torn people still staying in the Abaco...

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Keith 9/9/2019 Comments(0)

Orange County Deputy Suffers Broken Arm and Leg, Head Injury After Being Hit By Car

An Orange County sheriff's deputy was struck by a vehicle and seriously injured Thursday morning near Windermere, law enforcement officials said. The crash happened around 4:30 a.m. near South Apopka Vineland and Conroy Windermere roads, east of Windermere. The Florida Highway Patrol reported that an Orange County deputy was removing a sign from the road after responding to a reported crash when a second deputy arrived and got out of his patrol car. According to the Florida High...

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Keith 9/9/2019 Comments(0)


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