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The Weekly Newsletter: Jerry Demings talks new role as Orange County mayor

The big stories on ClickOrlando.com

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Did you need a recap of what made headlines on News 6 and what the big stories were on ClickOrlando.com from this past week?

Here is a list of what made headlines, along with a recap of this week's interview on "The Weekly".

Former Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings ready to transition into new role as county mayor

Demings defeated his opponents by a landslide in August, and on Tuesday, he'll be sworn in as mayor. The mayor-elect sat down with investigator Mike Holfeld to talk about why he feels his experience in law enforcement will continue to help him lead his county. To watch the full interview, click here.

Deputies: Convicted sex offender dresses up as Santa Claus for parties

Orange County deputies told News 6 that Robert Bruce Kendel had an ad on Craigslist, showing him with a child on his lap. To see what led deputies to make an arrest, click here

Hepatitis A cases on the rise in Florida

Last week, the Florida Department of Health reported 385 cases of hepatitis A since January. Health officials are now warning Floridians to get vaccinated. For more information, including symptoms of hepatitis A, click here.

Hotel hack: Marriott reports data breach; several Central Florida locations affected

The hotel chain said its guest reservation system was hacked, exposing personal information of 500 million guests. Click here, for a list of ways to protect your privacy. 

Elton John reschedules Orlando concert after last-minute postponement

Just minutes after the "Rocket Man" was set to hit the stage at the Amway last week, show runners announced the legendary singer would not be performing due to an ear infection. The superstar is now set to bring his "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" tour to Orlando, next year

Knight Nation continues to support UCF's McKenzie Milton

Fans showed up to the American Athletic Conference Championship game on Saturday, wearing leis for the quarterback, who calls Hawaii home. Milton suffered a leg injury in the game against USF and fans have been showing love outside the stadium as well. One 6-year-old boy even wrote a letter to his "football hero."


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