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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
Fans of multiplayer games like Fortnite can now watch live tournaments at Central Florida’s first esports arena.
The storm does not pose any hazards to land.
He was a lifelong disability rights advocate.
Hurricane season is two weeks away but the National Hurricane Center says the first area of low pressure could form in the North Atlantic on Monday.
Venezuela Flight Ban Makes it Harder for Some Central Floridians to Visit Family, Send Money and Other Assistance
The Department of Homeland Security ban applies to direct commercial and cargo flights to the South American country.
Florida Congressional Delegation Calls on FBI to Release Names of Counties Whose Elections Were Hacked in 2016
Florida representatives Stephanie Murphy, Michael Waltz, Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, and Matt Gaetz called on the FBI to declassify information about which counties were affected.
Mayor Jerry Demings Calls for Public Transportation, Living Wage in First State of the County Address
Demings said the money collected from a sales tax referendum would help pay for more buses, trains, and pedestrian walkways. He also called on county employees to make a minimum wage of $15 dollars an hour by 2021.
The vote in the Alabama Senate came after a chaotic attempt to vote last week. If the governor signs the bill into law, it will become among the most restrictive in the country.
Chief Jim Fitzgerald says Fire Departments Need to do More to Prevent Their Firefighters From Getting Cancer
Orange County Fire Chief Jim Fitzgerald says it’s not enough that the state now offers benefits to firefighters with cancer. The new fire chief says departments need to do more to reduce the number of firefighters who get sick.
During the 2016 race, former Democratic Senator Bill Nelson warned of a possible Russian hack.