By Charlie Reed Staff Writer Amid the stalemate between the Florida House and Senate over Medicaid expansion in Florida, Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday
By Ken Jackson Staff Writer Despite the increasing digitalization of society and more people turning to phones and tablets for information, the written word,
By Rick Pedone Sports Editor A bill passed by the Florida House of Representatives that would have forced sweeping changes in the way the
Osceola County Sheriff’s detectives arrested a Kissimmee man Thursday for using a computer to inappropriately solicit children.
Gateway loses in bottom of seventh By Rick Pedone Sports Editor OHS did it the easy way Thursday at the 7A-2 baseball regional quarterfinals
By J. Daniel Pearson For the News-Gazette TheOsceola Lady Kowboys knocked off three-time defending champion Harmony, 18-0, at Longhorn Field Wednesday to win the
J. Daniel Pearson Under the Bobber From early March to mid-May, a lot of Central Florida saltwater anglers turn their attention to cobia fishing.
By Peter Covino A&E Editor As tourism weeks go in Central Florida, this week is huge. Merlin Entertainments, the British company behind Legoland Resorts,
By Peter Covino A&E Editor (Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part travel feature on Branson, Missouri). In Branson,
By Peter Covino A&E Editor Eye see you, or more to the point, from the Eye, you can see
By Peter Covino A&E Editor Just when you thought it was safe to walk on International Drive. There might not be
By Peter Covino A&E Editor The World Food Championships isn’t coming to Kissimmee until November, but area residents can get discount