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Clay LePard


Orlando, FL, United States

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Past articles by Clay:

Trust Index: Are ‘illegal’ votes being counted?

As election officials in states across the country continue releasing vote totals for the presidential election, some claim that ballots counted after Election Day must be illegal. It’s no wonder so many people feel that way because President Donald Trump also makes that claim. → Read More

Walt Disney World opens two theme parks amid pandemic

The day finally arrived for Disney fans to once again step foot inside “The Most Magical Place on Earth.” → Read More

Pay-by-plate drivers could see increase in toll rates

Drivers who use the pay-by-plate option for Florida tolls could see in an increase in rates. → Read More

Officials believe manatees safely escaped retention area in Daytona Beach

Crews are working to put panels back into place at a retention area at Halifax Harbor Marina, after a representative with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission announced they believe two trapped manatees were able to get out safely. → Read More

Blue tarps from Irma remain as Hurricane Dorian approaches

As Hurricane Dorian approaches homeowners with damage from Irma are still making repairs. → Read More

Coast Guard searches for missing boaters off Florida coast

The U.S. Coast Guard is requesting the public's help as deputies search for missing boaters who didn't return from a fishing trip near Port Canaveral. → Read More

Florida man arrested after making threat to Walmart on Facebook

Florida Department of Law Enforcement agents arrested a man who they say made threats on social media. → Read More

Man dead after Orange County shooting; search continues for suspect

Orange County deputies are asking for the public's help after a man was found dead on a sidewalk. → Read More

Deltona community comes together to donate car to pizza shop employee

Tyreek Thyme won't need to struggle to find a way to get to work anymore. → Read More

Newborn found left on doorstep at apartment complex, Orlando police say

Police say a newborn was found left on a doorstep at an apartment complex Saturday. → Read More

Family recovers priceless mementos after fire destroys home near Windermere

Wedding videos, baby photos and other mementos survived a devastating fire that destroyed a home near Windermere. → Read More

Daughter's reaction to being ‘pulled over' by police officer dad is priceless

A 10-month-old little girl was "pulled over" by her dad and laughed at him. → Read More

Study shows Windermere traffic caused by cut-through drivers

Town Manager Robert Smith told News 6 much of the problem comes from new developments located in West Orange County. → Read More

St. Cloud City Council unanimously votes to stop treating landfill's 'garbage juice'

For weeks, homeowners have been sounding the alarms, upset over potential health concerns from the shipments of ash from Puerto Rico being brought to their nearby landfill. → Read More

Central Floridians rave over first Presidente Supermarket in Orlando

The family-owned supermarket opens its first Central Florida location. → Read More

Orlando museum reclaims 'magic' after basketball memorabilia stolen

A local museum received a new donation from the Orlando Magic after memorabilia was stolen earlier this year. → Read More

First responders train as autonomous shuttles come to Lake Nona

The Lake Nona community is just weeks away before driverless shuttles hit the road. → Read More

Orlando pastor wins car on 'The Price is Right'

A local pastor wins a brand new Honda Civic during a recent episode of "The Price is Right." → Read More

Orlando approves plan to build affordable housing on Town Center Boulevard

The Orlando City Council approved plans to redevelop a neighborhood and expand affordable housing in the area. → Read More

Former Eatonville school becomes popular spot for ghost hunters, vandalism

A once thriving local landmark to one community is now overrun with vandals, ghost hunters and thieves. → Read More