Last week, Florida witnessed historic midterm elections, with the state's two biggest races ending in close results.
Here is a list of what stories made headlines, an election recap and a look at this week's interview on "The Weekly".
News 6 salutes veterans on "The Weekly"
Sunday, Nov. 11, is about honoring anyone who has served in the U.S. armed forces. News 6 anchor Justin Warmoth spoke with representatives from the Orlando VA Medical Center about the services provided to veterans and saluted veterans of the News 6 family.
Results 2018: Florida at the center of another brewing elections recount
The fight over the vote count reached a complicated state after Tuesday's midterm elections. Sen. Bill Nelson called for a recount, after Governor Rick Scott declared victory in the Florida Senate race. Two days later, Gov. Scott filed a lawsuit against counties, claiming voter fraud. To keep up with the drama surrounding the Florida elections, click here.
News 6 investigates passengers taking advantage of wheelchair use at airports
According to a former United Airlines worker, passengers are turning to "miracle flights" - meaning people are requesting wheelchairs in order to skip long lines. To see what else News 6 uncovered in the sneaky practice, click here.
World's largest ship makes grand U.S. debut in Port Canaveral
It's the size of four football fields and has a capacity of 6,000 passengers. Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas made a brief stop in Central Florida last week. You can get a glimpse of the ship by clicking here.
A common difference between two Floridians
They may be 33 years apart in age, but when 1-year-old Joseph saw that Amy Siesel has the same limb difference as he does, it was the beginning of a beautiful friendship, thanks to the Lucky Fin Project. Now Joseph's family is trying to get the attention of a football hero. To see the viral video of Joseph and Amy's meet-up, click here.