Robert Guaderrama, Fox 35 News

Robert Guaderrama

Fox 35 News

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Robert:

COVID-19 vaccine trial for kids underway in Lake Nona

Coronavirus vaccines are not yet available for children but one lab in Central Florida is conducting tests. → Read More

Homeless man sues Orange County Sheriff’s Office for excessive use of force

Body camera footage shows the moments a homeless Orange County man was arrested. Now, that man is suing the sheriff's office on excessive force allegations. → Read More

FOX 35 INVESTIGATES: Thousands of wasted vaccines reported in Florida

The coronavirus vaccine is already in short supply, so when reports surfaced that some doses were lost or wasted in Florida, we wanted to take a closer look. → Read More

5G paving the way for Orlando to become a city of the future

5G networks are expected to revolutionize connectivity. → Read More

FOX 35 EXCLUSIVE: Pfizer to prioritize trial participants for COVID vaccine

COVID-19 vaccine trial participants who received the placebo, to be offered the real vaccine by Pfizer. → Read More

New York resort group looking to hire Floridians willing to relocate

A New York resort group is in Orlando this week looking to hire 250 new employees. The Oneida Nation group is looking to make offers to Central Floridians for jobs at its resorts in central New York. Positions of all levels are up for grabs in food and beverage, hospitality and gaming. → Read More

Employers, schools, airlines, theme parks may require a COVID vaccine

Some private businesses may soon require patrons to be vaccinated for the coronavirus. → Read More

Brightline reaches agreement to open train station at Disney Springs

Brightline is said to be building train tunnels from South Florida to the Orlando International Airport, aiming to open in late 2022. → Read More

Business owners hope Halloween wasn't a COVID-19 super-spreader event

The City of Orlando and nightlife establishments are taking steps to help prevent a COVID-19 outbreak on Halloween. → Read More

Making sure your ballot is actually counted

Be sure to verify your ballot was accepted and counted. → Read More

FOX 35 INVESTIGATES: Political text messages

Political text messages spamming your phone If you are already registered to vote in Florida, your cell phone may be blowing up with campaign text messages. ORLANDO, Fla. - Voters are being inundated with political text messages. “Maybe two a day or two every couple of days,” said Aixa Acevedo, voter. “It’s kind of annoying,” said Waldstin Joseph, a voter. “In the last couple of election cycles… → Read More

Downtown Orlando employers prepare for workers to return to offices

Will workers return to businesses in Downtown Orlando? Amid the pandemic, many people are working from home. But, will the return once a treatment or vaccine becomes widely available? ORLANDO, Fla. - Since the start of the pandemic, Downtown Orlando has been really quiet. Usually, it’s bumper to bumper on Orange Avenue and the sidewalks are packed with people, but that’s not the case and some… → Read More

Winter Park's Park Avenue rolls out curbside pick-up to boost business

WINTER PARK, Fla. - Park Avenue clothing shop owner Tuni Blackwelder is committed to surviving these hard times. “It’s been challenging, I think in one word, that sums it up,” said Blackwelder, co-owner of Tuni Winter Park. “We’re gonna work this thing, we’re gonna work it hard. We’re gonna find new avenues and new ways of keeping business and bringing business, and that has been our… → Read More

Orange County moves to virtual court proceedings amid pandemic

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - It’s a place often associated with criminal trials, but the Orange County Courthouse is also where people dispute traffic tickets, get their marriage license and handle domestic conflicts and civil cases. Like everything else, the courts have had to change due to the coronavirus pandemic. “We recognize the role that the courts play in individual’s lives and we need to be… → Read More

FOX 35 EXCLUSIVE: Second Central Florida lab selected for COVID-19 vaccine trial

A DeLand research lab was selected for a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine trial. → Read More

Orange County to accept 20,000 stimulus applications Tuesday

Orange County assistance website shuts down Residents in Orange County had trouble applying for county aid. FOX 35's Robert Guaderrama has the story. ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - There are lots of stressed out people in Orange County who tried to apply for financial assistance through the new Orange CARES for residents program on Monday. The stimulus program is making $36.5 million worth of one-time… → Read More

Disney Springs gives sneak peek at safety measures ahead of reopening

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - Disney Springs is making final preparations to reopen to the public on Wednesday. “We’ve been waiting for this moment since we closed a couple months ago,” said Matt Simon, vice president of Disney Springs. Guests will see many changes. The first, health checkpoints at every entry point. Before being allowed into the entertainment complex, visitors will first have to… → Read More

Free parking and sidewalk dining: Two changes to help small businesses in Orlando

ORLANDO, Fla. - On Monday, The City of Orlando approved two measures to help small businesses recover as fast as possible. “Downtown is pretty scarce right now, so whatever you can do to drive business,” said Crane Holland, Downtown Orlando visitor. On Monday, city leaders approved free parking in the city center until Sept. 1. “If there was free parking, for sure there would be more people...… → Read More

Gatorland dealing with a shortage of meat for its gators during stay-at-home order

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - We keep hearing the phrase "we’re all in this together" and it’s holding true, even for the gators. “It’s a challenge feeding all these mouths,” said Mark McHugh, president and CEO of Gatorland. Feeding Gatorland’s 2,500 alligators and crocodiles is a tough task usually, but especially right now. McHugh says the meat supply is running low. “We’re having a hard time finding… → Read More

Coronavirus creating thousands of jobs in Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. - Not every industry is being shut down by the coronavirus, some are thriving and hiring. So-called “corona-closures” have left many out of work. Bars, restaurants and attractions are shuttered, but other industries are seeing a jump in business. Pizza shops, grocery stores and online retailers are hiring staff to meet the growing demand brought on by coronavirus. “I think it’s… → Read More