Cierra Putman, WHIOTV

Cierra Putman

WHIOTV

Orlando, FL, United States

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Recent:
  • WHIOTV
  • WOKV News
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • WFTV Eyewitness News
Past:
  • WSOCTV
  • Boston 25 News
  • Dayton Daily News

Recent articles by Cierra:

Some passholders invited to get early look at Universal Studios Orlando’s reopening

Universal Studios Orlando has announced it will reopen to the public on June 5, but some passholders will get the chance to visit before then. → Read More

Some passholders invited to get early look at Universal Studios Orland

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Some passholders invited to get early look at Universal Studios Orland

ORLANDO, Fla. - Universal Studios Orlando has announced it will reopen to the public June 5, but some passholders will get the chance to visit before then. Over the weekend, some passholders received an invite to visit the Florida theme park again June 3 or 4, WFTV reported. Universal has unveiled several new plans for how the park will implement new safety procedures. > Some passholders… → Read More

Some passholders invited to get early look at Universal’s reopening

Over the weekend, some passholders got an invited to visit the park again on June 3 or 4. → Read More

Disney Springs partially reopens with new safety procedures in place

About one-fourth of the stores and shops at Disney Springs reopened Wednesday, an exciting step forward for guests, business owners and employees. → Read More

Disney Springs’ partial reopening: What to know during coronavirus pan

Things are looking a little different at Disney Springs when it partially reopened Wednesday morning. On Tuesday, Disney announced the shopping and entertainment district will be open from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. Driving into Disney Springs, the first difference you’ll notice is you can only park in the Lime and Orange garages. Once those garages fill up, nobody else will be allowed in. > WATCH… → Read More

Disney Springs partial reopen begins Wednesday: Here’s what we know so far

Disney Springs says third-party operators can open back up for business when the shopping and entertainment district partially reopens on Wednesday. → Read More

Eat and shop at local businesses in downtown Orlando, park for free

The city of Orlando will cover your parking downtown if you shop and eat at local businesses. → Read More

Local business owners weigh when to reopen, and with what new measures

Many local businesses are trying to decide when to reopen now that they can, and what measures need to be taken. → Read More

Florida Democrats push for changes to reemployment assistance

Democrats across the state are pushing not just for immediate changes to the reemployment assistance program, but also permanent changes → Read More

How to keep your business alive during COVID-19 pandemic

An Orlando digital marketing is urging local eateries and small businesses to keep their online footprint active during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Statewide stay-at-home order: What does it mean?

An executive order to stay at home in Florida begins Friday at 12:01 a.m. When it goes in effect, Orange County officials say its order is no longer in effect, so follow the governor’s. However, in Seminole County, its rules still apply. The governor lists “attending religious services conducted in churches, synagogues and houses of worships” as an “essential activity.” However, Seminole County… → Read More

Coronavirus and child custody: How to co-parent during the pandemic

Co-parenting is under strain like so many other parts of our lives due to the coronavirus pandemic, but a local attorney says, for parents, it’s best to co-parent and avoid taking issues to the court. → Read More

'Felt like I was on fire': Florida man describes recovering from coron

Lamonte Gwynn said he first felt sick March 8, after returning home to Orlando, Florida, following a business trip to New York City and Maryland. → Read More

‘Felt like I was on fire’: Orlando man describes recovering from coronavirus

Lamonte Gwynn said he first felt sick March 8, after returning home to Orlando following a business trip to New York City and Maryland. He tried to recover at home, then went to the emergency room March 12. He says staff did not test him for the coronavirus, and told him he was not exposed because he had not traveled outside the country. Gwynn, who is immunocompromised, said he never got a… → Read More

'Felt like I was on fire': Florida man describes recovering from coron

Lamonte Gwynn said he first felt sick March 8, after returning home to Orlando, Florida, following a business trip to New York City and Maryland. → Read More

Impact of coronavirus felt in Central Florida’s hotel, tourism industries

First the theme parks closed. Now, major hotels are planning to close. The coronavirus is putting many jobs in jeopardy, especially tourism-related jobs. The American Hotel and Lodging Association has said the coronavirus is more damaging than 9/11 and the 2008 recession combined. "Everybody, from the employers to the government need to take care of these folks in this crisis time,” said Jeremy… → Read More

Orlando city officials’ plea: Flush only toilet paper

City officials are pleading residents to only flush human waste and toilet paper. → Read More

Orlando officials taking bids to make Orange Avenue a two-way street downtown

ORLANDO, Fla. — The city is requesting bids to see which company is planning to pay up to $1 million for a new downtown master plan that would include adding a northbound lane to Orange Avenue downtown. Orlando city officials are finalizing its request for proposals, which will lead to bids from companies interested in doing the study. Once a company is hired, it’ll take 12 to 18 months before a… → Read More

Judges denies Central Florida intersex woman’s petition for gender marker change

A local judge has told an intersex woman he would not grant her petition for a gender marker change, a decision that is being called a blow to intersex rights. Eyewitness News first told you last month that UCF law students helped file the petition for Juleigh Mayfield, an actress and model. With hope and humor, and a class of UCF students, Mayfield reviewed the seven-page ruling. “It’s like… → Read More