Orange County Government, Florida
  • Orange County Medical Examiner's Office Pulse Media Advisory | June 20, 2016

  • Orange County Medical Examiner's Office Update Regarding Lane T. Graves | June 17

  • Orange County Mayor Announces Rainbow 25 Sea to Sea Flag On Display at Orange County Administration Building

  • Pulse Nightclub Shooting Information

  • Orange County Hosts Housing Assistance Bill Signing Ceremony

  • Orange County Celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

County News

06/22/2016 Message From Mayor Teresa Jacobs On The Pulse Tragedy | June 22, 2016
On June 12, Orlando and Orange County experienced the darkest and most difficult day of our history. This incomprehensible and unimaginable act of hatred, terror and mass murder that took place at Pulse Nightclub has deeply impacted the LGBTQ community in Central Florida.
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06/22/2016 Orange County Government And City Of Orlando Open Orlando United Assistance Center
Orange County Government and the City of Orlando will open the Orlando United Assistance Center at 507 E. Michigan on June 23 and will announce the region's long-term commitment to assist those adversely affected by the tragic events related to the Pulse nightclub shooting.
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06/20/2016 Orange County Medical Examiner’s Office Pulse Media Advisory | June 20, 2016
The body of the Pulse shooter has been released from the Orange County Medical Examiner's Office.
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06/17/2016 Orange County Medical Examiner’s Office Update Regarding Lane T. Graves | June 17
The Orange County Medical Examiner’s Office has the following information to report regarding Lane T. Graves as of June 17:
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06/16/2016 Orange County Medical Examiner’s Office Update Regarding Lane T. Graves
This afternoon, a complete autopsy was conducted on Lane T. Graves by Dr. Sara Zydowicz, Associate Medical Examiner with the District Nine Medical Examiner's Office.
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06/16/2016 Orange County Mayor Announces Rainbow 25 Sea To Sea Flag On Display At Orange County Administration Building
In tribute to the lives lost at the Pulse Nightclub shooting and in support of freedom lovers worldwide, Section 93 of the Sea-to-Sea Rainbow Flag will be on display at the Orange County (Florida) Administration Building in Orlando, beginning Thursday, June 16. Mark Ebenhoch, Executive Director of LoveisLove Key West, will accompany the flag (Sect. 93).
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