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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. She trained in public radio at WDET’s Detroit newsroom, and is really excited to be at WMFE covering local and breaking news for the station.
Recent Stories from Danielle Prieur
Central Florida Tourism Industry Plans to Attract Tourists this Fall, After Hurricane Dorian Cancels Trips
The tourism industry in Central Florida is still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Dorian.
Delgado says he was terminated from his job as an officer at the Eatonville Police Department in December 2017 because he has PTSD from responding to the shooting.
Take a look at the menu offered at the Steer, a new steakhouse on South Orange Avenue, and you’ll realize this is not a restaurant gunning after the likes of Christner’s, Ruth’s Chris or even Linda’s La Cantina.
Florida’s senators are again looking to keep Canadian retirees in the U.S. longer.
The rule makes it illegal for homeless people to sleep or even rest in public places.
The University of Florida’s “Scientist in Every Florida School” program will connect scientists to K-12 classrooms in Escambia, Alachua, Seminole, Lee, and Palm Beach.
The cars can only go about 15 mph but they provide free public transportation for Lake Nona residents and visitors.
Cancer Patients in Central Florida will be Able to Enroll in Phase I Trials, Receive Experimental Drugs
AdventHealth and Moffitt Cancer Center are teaming up to offer life-saving therapies to patients with hard-to-treat cancers in Central Florida.
Residents are Divided on Mayor Jerry Demings’ Proposed Penny Sales Tax Increase at Transportation Town Hall in Orlando
The one hour comment period was dominated by resident concerns that the county already had money for public transportation.
Detectives at Daytona Beach Police Department searched over a decade for the person who murdered Laquetta Gunther in 2005 and Julie Green and Iwana Patton in 2006.