MORE NEWS 6 INVESTIGATIONS
President of Security First Insurance offers tips for Florida home insurance customers
Melissa DeVriese, President, Security First Insurance Company in Ormond beach sat down with News 6 investigator Mike Holfeld to talk about the role insurance companies will play to answer the call for coverage and what policy holders need to know.
Record number of students to attend private schools using state vouchers
As classes resumed this week at Chesterton Academy of Orlando, most of the students who attend the private, faith-based “classical” high school are receiving financial assistance through state-supported scholarships commonly known as vouchers.
Ocala Fire Department pre-emptively delivers Narcan to save lives
Stories of success are making their way back to Ocala Fire Rescue, including the most recent: when Good Samaritans ran to the front office of a motel to grab Narcan during an overdose because they knew the motel manager kept it on hand.
Gunman fled from UCF police weeks before shooting Orlando officers
The gunman who shot two Orlando police officers Friday night was recently stopped by police at the University of Central Florida, but managed to escape in his car as UCF officers tried to arrest him on a series of warrants, court records uncovered by News 6 reveal.
FDLE plane tracked traveling to New Hampshire airport, as DeSantis campaigned nearby
A state-owned airplane typically used to transport Gov. Ron DeSantis on state business was tracked travelling to a city in New Hampshire at the same time as one of his presidential campaign appearances. FDLE Spokeswoman Gretl Plessinger told News 6 the governor did not use the plane on that trip.
‘Middle man’ testifies about alleged bribe to ex-tax collector Joel Greenberg
Joseph Ellicott, once a close friend of former Seminole County tax collector Joel Greenberg, testified in federal court Wednesday that he served as a “middle man” to facilitate a bribe payment from a contractor to the elected official.