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June session may decide film incentive

State Rep. Mike Miller says he is hopeful some form of his film tax incentive bill will get through next week’s special session in Tallahassee halting a feared exodus of hundreds of local film professionals.


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Travel insurance that fits your needs

Dale Cody looks at photos to remind him of the gorgeous views he saw while rock climbing in Thailand, but needs no reminder when it comes to the part of the trip he says he'll never forget.


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How to break out of debt prison

Student loans, credit cards, department store balances are all bills that can bury a family in years of debt that can seem impossible to escape. But there is a path to financial freedom.

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Glasses help see color

Color blindness. It's a problem that affects 1 in 12 men and 1 in 200 women. That does not mean their world is completely black and white, but they are missing out.

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Vet: ATM ate cash; refund refused

United States Army veteran Joshua Citron says he is outraged after an Orlando Chase ATM ate his money.

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Woman with history of scamming elderly violates probation

A woman who has been convicted of fraud and exploiting the elderly in the past has violated probation in the Orlando area.


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Drug problems at elementary schools

By the time children hit high school, parents know it's possible they could be exposed to, or have tried, some type of drug. But Local 6 found ..

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Veterans denied benefits by VA

A Central Florida veteran is fighting for his life, as well as disability and insurance benefits.

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Does your car have secret warranty?

Some car repairs may be covered by hidden warranties that the consumer does not know about.

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Mayor asks for Lynx policy review

Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs kicked off a Lynx bus board meeting Wednesday by asking a committee to review Lynx policies, after Jacobs said she watched “a report by WKMG that involved a very, very tragic accident.”

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Mayor calls on Lynx bus agency

Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs is calling for the Lynx bus agency to review processes after a Local 6 investigation into Lynx records revealed drivers with multiple "preventable accidents" were allowed to keep their jobs, in some cases, even…

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Local 6 investigates Lynx bus drivers

The mother of a young boy who was hit and killed by a Lynx bus driver is calling for Central Florida's bus agency to toughen its termination policies when it comes to drivers with multiple accidents.

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