People across the country are remembering the lives lost almost two decades ago in the tragic Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, all while states along the East Coast are bracing for Hurricane Florence. Get the latest on these stories and the rest of your Tuesday news and weather below.
Seventeen years after the Sept. 11 attacks, memorials are being held across the country to remember those who lost their lives that day. Read how the children of heroes aboard United Flight 93 are carrying on their fathers' legacies.
The Carolinas are bracing for the impact Hurricane Florence is expected to have on the states, and News 6 is sending a crew to cover it all. Get the latest on the storm's track and Watch News 6 for Erik Sandoval's coverage of the storm.
UCF vs. UNC
Due to the threat Florence poses to the state, the University of Central Florida will not face the University of North Carolina at UNC this weekend. Read what officials are saying about the potential of rescheduling the football game.
5G in Orlando
Tired of slow internet? We have some good news. AT&T officials say they're ready to debut the company's 5G technology in Orlando. Find out when you could see faster services.
Orlando-area schools have seen several changes in security measures since the February shooting in Parkland. Hear how some students are reacting to the changes.
Everyone loves free food, right? Wendy's does. The fast-food chain is offering customers free burgers through the rest of September. Find out how you can get your hands on one.
Activity in tropics
Florence isn't the only system swirling in the tropics right now. News 6 meteorologists are watching another hurricane, a tropical storm and a tropical wave. See the models for each system and find out whether they're expected to impact Florida.