Most jobs don't come with a warning, but this one does.
He used to write jokes for the Jungle Cruise, now he is sharing his secrets for success to landing a job as a Disney Imagineer.
The News 6+ Takeover is celebrating a big milestone. It is now one year old!
Malcolm Jones said he fell in love with extreme sports when he was growing up in Tampa.
If you are looking for a discount car, truck, sunglasses or even office equipment there is one place to find it all.
Mar-a-lago is one of the most famous homes in Florida, if not the country.
Lights Out Northeast Florida is working to make sure steps are taken to protect birds as they migrate south.
A boat from the 1800's was recently found under a street in St. Augustine. Now it has a new home.
With the kids off of school for the summer, some families think now is a good time to get a dog.
The year was 2009 and David DeVore’s dad just posted a video of him to YouTube after leaving the dentist. That moment would go mega-viral.
Ken Marks is a retired computer programmer. He told Florida's Fourth Estate hosts Ginger Gadsden and Matt Austin that he had zero experience unearthing prehistoric bones, but now that has all changed.
When you plan your next vacation Florida’s Fourth Estate is helping you go beyond the theme parks and beaches.
Even though some products are still being sold at the same price, the sizes are shrinking.
From colleges, to astronauts, theme parks and more, Florida's Fourth Estate is putting your knowledge to the test.
Zhen Tang said when he put his cars on Turo he thought he would just make enough to pay for the maintenance, then it turned into a full-blown side gig.
Instead of looking at a screen and answering questions via chat, Shannon Hayes is attending class at Lake Nona High School with a little help from a robot.
Leland Kent says he loves exploring abandoned properties.
There is a new affordable approach to taking a vacation in Florida and it allows you to bring the comforts of home with you.
If going out for dinner and a movie for Valentine's Day doesn't get you excited, don't lose hope.
For people here in Florida, the war in Ukraine can feel like it is a world away. But for one University of Central Florida student, it has been her reality daily.
Former Chief Judge Belvin Perry recently reflected on his decades-long career with the hosts of Florida's Fourth Estate.
Over 12 years ago, Casey Anthony walked out of the Orange County jail a free woman.
News 6 anchors Matt Austin and Ginger Gadsden debuted Florida’s Fourth Estate on Oct. 10, 2018, and have been telling fun stories together ever since.
Alex Pring was born with one arm. His other extends to his forearm and stops. As he started growing up and going to school, he had some questions about his limb difference.
In June the Florida Department of Health issued a statewide mosquito-borne illness advisory after four confirmed cases of malaria in Sarasota County
If you don't recognize the name Jermaine Jenkins, you will certainly know some of the big names he has helped rise to the top in professional tennis.
‘Monsters in the Morning’ host shares rough journey to broadcasting, big screen success
Linden Hollow Sheep Farm in St. Cloud lets domesticated dogs tap into their wild side and teaches them to herd.
Even though theme park attendance is down this year, the companies are investing more than ever.
Most of us have been there, you have a dream and you wake up struck by how real it all felt. But why did you have that dream?
From book bans to changing classes and educational requirements, what children are learning in the classroom will be different this year.
Instead of vacationing or partying, a group of students from the University of Central Florida set out for the U.S.-Mexico border this summer.
Feed a cheetah, take a selfie with an ostrich, and see native African animals without leaving Central Florida.
Amy Siewe goes out at night, sometimes alone, to hunt pythons.
While sifting through sand on the river bottom, Heim said he felt what seemed like a boat strike his head.
For many people going to work means driving to the office and logging into their computer, but for News 6 Maintenance Supervisor Ben Vaughn the day starts 1,300 feet up in the air.