Seventeen suspects thought they were speaking to young teens online, but it turned out they were speaking to undercover detectives across several agencies in central Florida. Among those arrested include Disney employees, a registered nurse, and a married man visiting from California, officials say.
A study from Brigham Young University examines how "princess culture" shapes the views of children as they grow older.
Wildlife officials have removed 250 alligators from Disney properties in the five years since a 2-year-old boy was killed by an alligator at the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
All visitors, whether vaccinated or not, will still be required to wear face coverings on buses, monorails and Disney Skyliner, the resort’s aerial gondola, according to the latest guidelines.
The Disneyland Resort will soon be home to a new attraction - one of the most expensive sandwiches in the world.
Hotels at Disney Springs have ‘Teacher Appreciation’ and ‘First Responders’ Rates’ until July 14
Face coverings for guests at Walt Disney World Resort will no longer be required when outdoors beginning on Saturday, and similar to an announcement made earlier Friday by Universal Orlando, masks will still be required when indoors and in ride queues.
A California newspaper argues the kiss between Snow White and Prince Charming comes while she is unconscious and without her consent.
Deputies said that the guest was yelling and waving his arms at a Disney security manager who spoke to him after he refused to be temperature checked.
In its first price hike since its debut, Disney Plus is upping the cost of its monthly subscription service, which surpassed 100 million subscribers this month.
Visit Orlando says parks like Disney continue to operate on a reduced capacity and are maxing out ticket sales at those levels.
Disney World opened to the public Oct. 1, 1971.
Disney, as well as other Orlando theme parks, have required visitors to wear face masks since reopening this past summer.
The popular "Jungle Cruise" ride at Walt Disney World will be updated to make it more inclusive and "less racially insensitive."
An intuitive Walt Disney World Resort employee realized a Pennsylvania woman who called under the guise of buying theme park tickets was actually in need of help from a dangerous situation.
If Disneyland can do it, so can Disney World.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to hurt businesses across the world and Disney is no exception. On Wednesday, Disney provided an update on the company's finances and it says it plans to let thousands of workers go in 2021.
The performer layoffs come weeks after The Walt Disney Co. announced it was eliminating 28,000 jobs in its parks division in California and Florida.
A Disney employee is working her magic to help feed furloughed colleagues.
The coronavirus pandemic has further delayed the release of some highly-anticipated movies including Marvel's "Black Widow" and director Steven Spielberg's "West Side Story."