Abe AborayaHealth Reporter
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Abe Aboraya started writing for newspapers in High School. After graduating from the University of Central Florida in 2007, he spent a year traveling and working as a freelance reporter for the Seattle Times and the Seattle Weekly, and working for local news websites in the San Francisco Bay area. Most recently Abe worked as a reporter for the Orlando Business Journal. He comes from a family of health care workers.
Recent Stories from Abe Aboraya
The center formed to help victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting get access to services will receive funding through the end of the year.
TSA Elevates Suicide Prevention To ‘Priority Senior Leadership Goal’ After Reporting On Agent’s Suicide
The TSA has elevated suicide prevention to a top priority for leadership after Robert Henry’s public suicide at the Orlando International Airport.
Orlando Police Chief Orlando Rolon has decided to eliminate permanent light-duty positions for officers injured on the job. As a result, four Orlando police officers were granted disability pensions Thursday.
The Trump administration says it is considering putting a detention center in Central Florida for up to 500 migrant children. But one location being discussed doesn’t meet the administration’s requirements for such a facility.
As Hurricane Dorian churns out of Central Florida’s life, life is getting back to normal.
Hurricane Dorian stalled north of Grand Bahama island on Monday evening, but it has begun to make much-anticipated turn to the west-northwest. The National Hurricane Center’s forecast track for Dorian has been nudged a bit more to the east.
Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings does not want Central Florida to be home to a shelter for unaccompanied children who illegally cross the border.
Florida is now one of 16 states where federal and state officials are investigating lung-related illnesses that have suspected ties to e-cigarette use, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The FBI and others have arrested dozens of people across the country in efforts to avert potential mass shootings. The crackdown follows deadly attacks in California, Texas and Ohio.
Central Florida continues to see record numbers of hepatitis A cases.