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Orlando, FL, United States

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Past articles by Sanika:

Free legal aid for veterans in Florida

Attorneys are working free of charge to help navigate civil legal barriers veterans may be facing. → Read More

Permitless carry in Florida: Groups protest bill Thursday

Thursday, the Florida chapters of Moms Demand Action and Students Demand Action gathered to call on lawmakers to vote it down. → Read More

Florida to be sued over rejection of African American Studies course

A group of students and elected officials say they're planning to file a lawsuit against the state for banning the course. → Read More

Volunteer for Red Suitcase Ministry surprised with car

They had received a Ford Focus as a donation just days after Jaylan Golden mentioned that was his dream car. → Read More

Orlando's Omar Jose Cardona hopes to be winner of 'The Voice'

"He has, since we met him as a 9th grader, has been really hungry for the training and the opportunity to do the work and that's why he'll continue to be successful," his former teacher said. → Read More

Engineers assess safety of Brevard condo building

"Well, I just hope it's safe. I hope the authorities are honest enough to tell us if it's not," resident Lisa Mejia said. → Read More

Sanibel Island rebuilding after Hurricane Ian brings damage

Sanibel Island was one of the hardest hit areas from Hurricane Ian. → Read More

Couple staying in 3-story office building survives Hurricane Ian

"We gathered up pavers, we made a fire pit, we cooked whatever we could, together." → Read More

Florida man man says he regrets riding out hurricane

"Just crazy, nonstop for hours," he recalled. "It was frightening. It was frightening. I'll never make that decision ever again." → Read More

Florida homeowners assess hurricane damage

A lot of the homeowners in a Sarasota County neighborhood evacuated before Hurricane Ian hit, so they haven't even gotten a chance to see what the storm left behind. → Read More

Florida residents receive supplies after Hurricane Ian

Saturday, residents on Florida's west coast received crucial supplies. → Read More

Central Florida schools add safety measures to protect students

Counties can join the Guardian Program, opt out or use the funds to help supplement school resource officers. → Read More

Florida schools focus on mental health resources for students

In Orange County, 17.3% of students said they skipped a day of school because they were scared to be there. → Read More

Legal Aid Society of Orange County provides free legal services

The Legal Aid Society of Orange County is a free service for those who can't afford a traditional attorney. → Read More

Orlando high school's Second Harvest food pantry helping students

Once a month, student volunteers help sort, organize, and distribute produce for both students and faculty in need, provided by Second Harvest Food Bank. → Read More

Local Diwali Celebrations

It's the Festival of Lights, celebrated by Indians around the world and spanning several days. → Read More

Disney World's most famous moments: Princess Diana, Richard Nixon

Disney has been the backdrop for so many pop-culture moments throughout its 50 years. → Read More

2016 Invictus Games marks one of Disney World's biggest moments

Invictus is the passion project of Prince Harry, who came to Orlando that May to preside over the games. → Read More

'Still trying to process it': Coco Gauff's tennis partner discusses taking on Olympics without her

"I sent her a voice message. I didn't know if she'd be accepting phone calls, told her to keep her head high." → Read More

Olympic's Rule 50 prohibits demonstrations at Olympic sites

According to the Olympic Charter, Rule 50 states "no kind of demonstration or political, religious or racial propaganda is permitted in any Olympic sites, venues or other areas" → Read More