Florida’s Fourth Estate: Florida’s biggest dangers

News 6 anchors tackle bike laws, Florida man and shelter dogs on beer cans

ORLANDO, Fla. – This week on Florida’s Fourth Estate we delve into one of Florida’s biggest dangers. Rachael Maney with advocacy group Bike Law tells us why Florida is the most dangerous place to bike or walk in America.

We break down the problems and the solutions for the epidemic.

Also, she tells us about legislation in the Florida Capitol right now that could change the game.

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This week’s “Floridiot” is very organized.

After getting pulled over, law enforcement found a bag labeled “Bag Full of Drugs.” Inside, a smorgasbord of mind-altering substances.

And, a company puts shelter dogs on beer cans hoping to find them a home.

Turns out, one family found their lost furry friend. Cheers to another frothy episode of Florida’s Fourth Estate.

About the Author:

Emmy Award-winning anchor Matt Austin joined the News 6 team in June 2011 and has been the evening news co-anchor since December 2013.