Danielle PrieurHealth Reporter
Danielle Prieur grew up listening to her grandfather’s stories of swimming across the Detroit River from Canada and many other adventures. She’s been into storytelling ever since. She studied writing at the University of Michigan, and then taught high school writing and literature for four years before returning to study journalism at Medill School of Journalism. She trained in public radio at WDET’s Detroit newsroom, and is really excited to be at WMFE covering health and science news with reporter Abe Aboraya.
Recent Stories from Danielle Prieur
New Forms Used to Cure Votes Cause Confusion at Supervisors of Elections’ Offices Hours Before Deadline
Secretary of State, Ken Detzner released a new affidavit form to cure vote-by-mail ballots with mismatched signatures.
An 85-Year-Old Grandmother Among Voters who Tried to Cure Their Ballots at Supervisors of Elections This Weekend Before Recount Ended
Voters throughout Florida used affidavits to cure mismatched signatures on their vote-by-mail ballots this weekend.
Florida educators are using historic recounts in Florida’s Senate, gubernatorial and agriculture commissioner races as a teaching tool.
More than 60 students receive three hours of instruction in STEM and literacy on a daily basis at Nemours Children’s Hospital through the new PedsAcademy program.
Andrew Gillum says: “We Need You Now Like We’ve Never Needed you Before” Less Than 2 Days Before Recount Ends
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum and running mate Chris King were in Orlando yesterday evening for a “Count Every Vote” event. That’s as a Thursday deadline nears in recounts in the gubernatorial and other top races in Florida.
University of Central Florida and Nemours Children’s Hospital Team up to Provide STEM Education for Their Youngest Patients
Sixty children take classes through PedsAcademy, which brings math and science instruction to their bedside so they’re not behind when they return to school.
Overseas Civilians and Service Members’ Votes Will Still be Counted, Even a Day after Machine Recounts are due
Florida has a ten-day extension for ballots cast by overseas military and citizens.
United Global Outreach Tries to Find Housing for Homeless Seniors Living out of Their Cars During Affordable Housing Crisis
Analyst Dale Brill with think tank Orlando Economic Partnership studies trends in the local housing market. He says people need to make at least 36,000 dollars a year to afford a one bedroom apartment in Central Florida.
As recounts got underway in elections for Florida’s Senator, Governor and agriculture commissioner, activists were calling for a more transparent election process.
Machine counting of votes will begin this week after narrow margins were reported in the races for governor and U.S. Senate.