Senait Gebregiorgis, WESH 2 News

Senait Gebregiorgis

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Orlando, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Senait:

City leaders approve ordinance to increase safety in downtown Orlando

"All we did today was make sure there are three separate categories for restaurants, bars and nightclubs to give us the ability to look at additional regulations,” Dyer said. → Read More

Orlando leaders to vote on new ordinance

The proposal aims to restrict locations for each kind of business that's looking to get a license. → Read More

Student behavior discussion held in Brevard County

The discussion comes days after Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey shared a warning to disruptive students. → Read More

More than 55,000 people celebrate comradery at Florida Classic in Orlando

Hailed as the nation's largest football game between two historically Black Universities, Florida Blue Florida Classic brought thousands of people to Orlando to cheer for the 25th game. → Read More

Infrastructure improvements needed in Flagler, residents say

The city recently met with FEMA to discuss funding for mitigation measures in case of future disasters. → Read More

Hurricane Nicole: Volusia residents desperate for help rebuilding

"We're really being told the same messages over and over again but none of that – and I'm just going to be frank – none of that is bringing sand to my house." → Read More

Hurricane Nicole: Central Florida floods six weeks after Ian

Homes were just starting to fully recover from flooding that Ian brought over a month ago, but now homeowners feel like they're starting all over again. → Read More

Aggressive dogs to be turned away from Daytona Beach shelter

"There's so many limited choices for where these animals can go and our hands are tied at this point," COO Christina Sutherin said. "Unfortunately, we're also seeing a rise in dog bites and dogs coming in for various aggression reasons." → Read More

Low early voting turnout in Central Florida

Election officials are coming together Tuesday for a joint press conference to push voters to come early. → Read More

FEMA hiring more employees as Florida recovers from Hurricane Ian

More than a month after Hurricane Ian stormed into communities, FEMA is looking to hire hundreds of people in Florida to help their neighbors recover. → Read More

Added security in downtown Orlando for Halloween weekend

Large crowds will fill the streets of downtown Orlando for Halloween weekend and officers say safety is a top priority. → Read More

Teen found shot in Pine Hill remembered at vigil

"I'm not supposed to be burying my son,” his mom said. “My kids are supposed to be burying me and it's not right. It's not fair." → Read More

1 hurt in shooting outside Kissimmee barbershop near day care

"Sometimes the kids are outside playing, you know, imagine if one of those bullets would've hit a kid,” one mom said. → Read More

Early voting set to begin in Central Florida

Polling sites in Orange County will open at 8 a.m. Monday morning. → Read More

Central Florida restaurants see staffing improvements

"I think I see a real re-emergence of people that are getting back in the industry, people that are feeling comfortable with it," co-owner of Maxine's on Shine in Orlando Kirt Earhart said. → Read More

Hurricane Ian to increase home insurance rates for Floridians

No matter if your area was impacted by Hurricane Ian, every Floridian should expect to pay way more for home insurance in 2023. → Read More

Osceola traffic an issue as population grows, residents say

People begged the board to slow down the new developments until they improve congested roads like the turnpike to help schools and first responders. → Read More

30th annual Biketoberfest wraps up in Daytona Beach

Thousands of bikers are now rolling out of Daytona Beach as the 30th annual Biketoberfest wrapped up Sunday. → Read More

Thousands attend Orlando Come Out with Pride parade

The pride parade kicks off a week-long celebration by and for the LGBTQ+ community. → Read More

State of emergency extended in Sanford

About 500 feet from where the pedestrian walkway, homes and businesses are now part of the lake. → Read More