• 9 Investigates: Cycle of homeless arrests in Orlando


    Advocates believe most of Central Florida's chronically homeless population lives in downtown Orlando.

    Study: Drastic increase in homeless students in Central Florida

    They are defined as having severe mental or physical disabilities with no way of holding down a steady job. Channel 9 discovered many of them have been arrested dozens of times.

    Channel 9's Field Sutton questioned local leaders on whether that's helping the city's homeless problem and found one solution being considered that could lead to real change.

    Watch the full story here.

    Next Up:

  • Headline Goes Here

    9 Investigates: Cycle of homeless arrests in Orlando

  • Headline Goes Here

    Possible plan to move Altamonte Springs special-needs school

  • Headline Goes Here

    Husband of teacher who exposed school shooting threat speaks to 9 Investigates

  • Headline Goes Here

    The high cost of housing Florida's aging prison population

  • Headline Goes Here

    Is Orlando police chief John Mina campaigning in uniform?