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  • Disney Marathon: Brazilian Adriano Bastos wins sixth straight title

    Brazil's Adriano Bastos didn't arrive in Orlando this week to find a familiar climate for the 17th annual Walt Disney World Marathon. But it didn't stop him from posting his customary championship performance. Bastos, 31, claimed his sixth straight...
  • Bitter Cold Stuns Florida, Causes Deaths Elsewhere

    Bitter Cold Stuns Florida, Causes Deaths Elsewhere
    ORLANDO, Fla. -- Mark and Barbara Willard were at home in Wickford, England two weeks ago checking the weather forecast on the Internet before packing for their trip to Orlando -- sunny and 70 degrees. On Saturday afternoon they had the hoods on their...
  • Haggis Hurl to debut at this year's Central Florida Scottish Highland Games

    Haggis Hurl to debut at this year's Central Florida Scottish Highland Games
    In today's economy, many events have had to scale back. However, the 33rd annual Central Florida Scottish Highland Games, which have been a part of the Orlando area for many years, are actually expanding. The games are hosted by the Scottish-American...
  • Warmth toward homeless good only in cold?

    What a difference a couple of weeks make. Two weeks ago, the Orlando Sentinel's front page showed a photo of an orange tree bedazzled with icy tendrils, with the headline: "WILL IT SNOW?" The cold snapped me back to my college days in Washington, D.C. I...
  • Bike Week banking on snowstorm refugees on 2 wheels

    Bike Week banking on snowstorm refugees on 2 wheels
    DAYTONA BEACH — Enjoying the parade of Harley-Davidson motorcycles roaring down Main Street, Teresa and Rick Kelso found the one thing they had been missing all winter at their Kentucky home. "Fun and sun," said Rick Kelso of Highland Heights, Ky....
  • In Panama, a taste of the tropics and a new state of mind

    In Panama, a taste of the tropics and a new state of mind
    Racing through a Panamanian archipelago by sport boat, I couldn't help but feel like James Bond. It was just me and a mustachioed driver, speeding toward a remote island where I would spend a few decadent days at an eco-resort, hiking the rain forest,...
  • Storm Surge Warning Being Considered by National Hurricane Center

    Storm Surge Warning Being Considered by National Hurricane Center
    The National Hurricane Center is considering adding a storm-surge warning to its list of watches and warnings issued during hurricane season. Center officials floated the idea of a storm-surge warning Wednesday to a crowd of emergency managers, first...
  • State of shock

    Florida's fourth hurricane in six weeks ripped its way across the state Sunday -- killing at least six, leaving millions without electricity and adding new woes to an already agonizing hurricane season. Hurricane Jeanne drove ashore just before...
  • 24 hours of Hurricane Jeanne

    24 hours of Hurricane Jeanne
    Read from the last page forward to see an archive of developments in chronological order as reported by Sentinel staff. 5:03 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004 After Charley, my downtown Orlando neighborhood went eight days without power. I have to admit, part...
  • Predicting Ivan's course remains inexact science

    Where will Hurricane Ivan come ashore? Supercomputers in facilities from Florida to Maryland to California have been trying to answer that question for days. Programmed with decades of hurricane history, updated with wind speed and barometric pressure...
  • Orange expects $3.2 billion in damage

    Hurricane Charley's wreckage in Central Florida varied from the shattered antique-style streetlights in downtown Orlando to thousands of damaged mobile homes in rural areas. Orange County alone estimated $3.2 billion in damage to 165,000 properties....
  • Powering up

    Scrounging for gasoline and ice, living without lights or air conditioning and now scrambling for child care on short notice because some schools will stay closed for another week, Central Floridians struggled Monday to deal with the woes caused by...