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Orlando airport ranks No. 5 for TSA firearm seizures, here’s how it got that ranking

SOURCE: ClickOrlando.com ORLANDO, Fla. – Most people know not to bring firearms in their airport carry-on bags. However, Transportation Security Administration agents discovered over 100 guns at Orlando International Airport last year, according to TSA officials. In 2018, MCO ranked No. 5 for having the most firearm discoveries out of 249 airports in the nation, the TSA said. A total of… Keep Reading

Man uses spark plug to shatter jewelry case, deputies say

SOURC: ClickOrlando.com ORLANDO, Fla. – The Orange County Sheriff’s Office needs help tracking down the man who it said used a spark plug to shatter a glass case at the Kay Jewelers store inside the Florida Mall. Deputies say he stole four pairs of diamond earrings worth $13,996. The manager told deputies he heard a loud popping sound while assisting a customer on Jan 31… Keep Reading

80s in February? Yes, please

SOURCE: ClickOrlando.com ORLANDO, Fla. – High pressure continues to dominate the forecast across Central Florida, leading to warmer than normal temperatures. After a foggy start for parts of the region, Orlando will reach a high of 82 degrees Thursday. The average high on this date is 72. “The fog that we do see will burn off quickly… Keep Reading

Wife of UCF executive arrested for murder

SOURCE: WFTV.com WINTER PARK, Fla. – Police arrested a woman for killing her husband, a University of Central Florida executive, then tampering with crime scene and waiting 11 hours to call police. Danielle Redlick, 45, faces charges of second-degree murder and tampering with physical evidence after her husband Michael Redlick was found dead in their home… Keep Reading

I-4 Ultimate construction suspended after worker’s death

SOURCE: ClickOrlando.com ORLANDO, Fla. – Construction was suspended on I-4 Monday after a 59-year-old man was killed when he was struck in the head by a large iron pipe while working on the I-4 Ultimate project, officials said. Orange County Fire Rescue said the SGL employee was struck by an 18-inch by 20-foot pipe as it was being moved along Wymore Road. The… Keep Reading

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