Did you miss a News 6 newscast this past week - or didn't get a chance to look over the big stories on ClickOrlando.com?
Here's a list of what made headlines, along with a recap of this week's "The Weekly" interview:
"The Weekly" discusses Amendment 13 - greyhound racing ban
Florida is one of only five states that still allow people to gamble on dog races. To see what a local supporter and opponent had to say about the amendment, click here.
Florida man arrested in connection with package bomb case
Federal investigators say 56-year-old Cesar Sayoc sent explosive devices to Democratic Party figures, CNN and actor Robert De Niro. Sayoc also had several run-ins with the law, dating back decades. To see how investigators were able to track him down, click here.
Trooper Steve leads Hurricane Michael relief mission to Florida Panhandle
Trooper Steve, fellow troopers and church members packed up and delivered supplies to those affected by the storm. To see why this mission is close to Steve's heart, click here.
UCF caravan cancels 'College GameDay' trip due to threats
A group of super fans and alumni won't be charging to Jacksonville after all. The mission was to show their pride after the GameDay crew criticized and laughed about UCF football being in the college football playoff picture.
Orlando woman finds 46 half-siblings, through Instagram
She was raised an only child, but thanks to the power of social media, her family has grown tremendously. You can read about the common link, by clicking here.
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