Senait Gebregiorgis, WESH 2 News

Senait Gebregiorgis

WESH 2 News

Orlando, FL, United States

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  • WGAL
  • WHAS11 News
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Recent articles by Senait:

Caravan mobilizes Black voters in Orange County

"We're putting an end to this notion that Black folks and Brown folks don't vote," an Orlando bishop said. → Read More

Orange County election candidates worried about voting confusion

The elections office says starting on Aug. 2, sample ballots with clarifying language were mailed to voters that have not requested a vote-by-mail ballot. → Read More

Central Florida homeless ministry sees largest drop in donations in over a decade

Matthew's Hope Ministries in Winter Garden has been serving about 400 people within the last week. → Read More

CDC relaxes COVID-19 guidelines as students return to classrooms

"The virulence has diminished so the severity of the illness has diminished, but it's infecting more people." → Read More

Police to implement checkpoints as 7 shot in downtown Orlando shooting

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer says people could see changes to downtown as soon as this coming weekend. → Read More

Orlando residents react to downtown shooting injuring 7 people

"It's very unsettling and definitely could've been avoided,” a resident said. → Read More

Kids show inventions at Children's Business Fair in Longwood

Dozens of students from across Central Florida showcased their inventions at the second annual Children's Business Fair in Longwood. → Read More

Orange County monkeypox victim shares battle against virus

"I don't know how [the health department is] reporting testing numbers when it's very difficult to actually get tested," the Orange County resident said. → Read More

Monkeypox cases on the rise in Central Florida

While monkeypox is not deadly, health experts worry the spread could make it a bigger threat. → Read More

Risks of Florida plan to backup insurance companies facing downgrade

Florida's state-run insurance company is promising to be there for homeowners, but an expert says the move is risky. → Read More

Family separated for months while searching for Florida home

"We're tired of this living separately thing.' We've done it already for five months at that point," the new Florida homeowner said. → Read More

Apopka firefighters call for safety improvements after firefighter's death

Austin Duran died in June after a sand container fell on him at the fire station. → Read More

Multiple shooting scares over weekend in Orange County

Experts say it's normal to feel scared, but they also want people to be mindful of choosing safety over panic. → Read More

Experts advise safety over panic amid Orange County shooting scares

If you can't find an exit, experts say pick something that's metal or concrete to hide behind. → Read More

Families, advocates demand air conditioning in Florida prisons

The former sergeant at the Department of Corrections said several officers have left their jobs because they couldn't bear the temperature any longer. → Read More

Mayor speaks out after Florida girls stabbed by father

"There's not a word in the dictionary that you can really use even as disgusting as what took place there." → Read More

Trash collector staff shortage causes recycling pickup delay in Lake County

"The influx of calls to our community through the association has pretty much stifled some of our abilities to respond to other needs that our residents have,” HOA president Charles Keezer said. → Read More

Orange County investigators suspended for mishandling Miya Marcano case

An Orange County deputy and corporal have been disciplined for violating rules in place while working the Miya Marcano case, according to a statement from the sheriff’s office. → Read More

Nelson Pinder, Orlando civil rights icon, dies at 89

He was on the frontlines of organized sit-ins and protests to fight against the city's segregation. → Read More

Dozens celebrate U.S. citizenship at Apopka ceremony

For many of the immigrants, the journey has been a long, tough one. → Read More