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  1. Disney raises prices on Walt Disney World passes, parking


    LAKE BUENA VISTA — Walt Disney World has revamped its annual and season pass system, raising their prices and making changes.

  2. Yo ho! Disney reopens Pirates of the Caribbean ride


    Yo ho, yo ho, the pirates are back at the Magic Kingdom, and you might notice some new smells.

    Captain Jack Sparrow on Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean attraction.
  3. Downtown Disney becomes Disney Springs and welcomes new Morimoto Asia restaurant


    LAKE BUENA VISTA — Avid travelers of the roads leading to Walt Disney World knew a change was imminent, as those iconic purple signs that signal you are on Disney property suddenly contained a new name. On Tuesday, it became official: Downtown Disney is now Disney Springs.

    Downtown Disney reopened Tuesday as Disney Springs. The project doubles the shopping and dining spot in size. New features include The Boathouse, from the creator of the T-Rex and Rainforest Cafe, a waterfront restaurant with nautical theme that has an Amiphicar, a special car that drives into the water and around the lake in what looks like a vintage convertible.
  4. Here's how Halloween Horror Nights, Howl-O-Scream bring the scares this year


    Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights

    The epic 25th year of the nation?s best Halloween event, Universal Orlando?s Halloween Horror Nights, marks the biggest, longest and most intense event in history with nine haunted mazes, five unique scare zones and two thrilling shows. On select nights Sept. 18 through Nov. 1, guests can visit Universal Orlando?s theme parks by day and by night, become victims of their own horror film at Halloween Horror Nights 25.