One of Central Florida’s largest venues is planning to re-open at full capacity in fall, but will the state or Central Florida have reached herd immunity with COVID-19 by...
When supporters of former President Donald Trump violently broke into the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, the melee left five people dead, including a Capitol police officer.
Impeachment is a two-step process.
It was a busy year in the fight against misinformation.
A trending meme suggests COVID-19 deaths are among the Top 8 deadliest days in U.S. history. The graphic is inaccurate, but there's more to know.
As the United States waits for a COVID-19 vaccine, the internet has lit up with misinformation spreading nearly as fast as the virus itself.
The president has alleged voting fraud with no evidence and so far has had a string of court losses to prove it.
From voting machines to poll workers, President Donald Trump is claiming all types of voter fraud, but the president’s claims aren’t credible, according to election exper...
President Donald Trump, his lawyers and some of his allies have repeatedly claimed widespread voter fraud illegally tilted last week’s election in favor of former Vice Pr...
Election officials in states across the country are releasing vote totals for the presidential election, some question the ballots being counted after Election Day.
As states across the U.S. release vote totals for the presidential election, some social media users are falsely claiming that ballots are being invalidated in Arizona. T...
Professional fact-checkers share how you can help fight misinformation on Election Day 2020.
On the eve of Election Day, the Orange County Democratic party reports at least 11 people have received robocalls telling them to “stay home.”
Many people think if you get COVID-19 once, you can’t get it again.
Following President Donald Trump's comments urging supporters to go to the polls and watch, News 6 wanted to speak to election supervisors in Central Florida, to see how ...
During an election period it is not unusual for candidates or their volunteers to go door-to-door, but how much of your information should they have and how much should y...
Voters voting by mail have brought up concerns with envelopes used to submit their mail in ballot.
News 6 discovered Seminole, Orange, Osceola, Volusia and Marion counties all print political affiliation on primary mail-in ballot envelopes.
As the Nov. 3 general election approaches, many Central Floridians have been receiving text messages on their mobile devices soliciting donations for political candidates...
A look at the veracity of claims by political figures.
The reference to cages is misleading and a matter that Democrats have persistently distorted.
News 6 is investigating Gov. Ron DeSantis' latest claims about COVID-19 and put those comments through the trust index.
For months travelers from New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut had to fill out a Florida Department of Health (FDOH) contact information form when they flew in or drove ...
Earlier this week, President Donald Trump tweeted about voting by mail.
News 6 has discovered a discrepancy in coronavirus-related deaths reported in Florida.
News 6 has discovered a discrepancy in COVID-19 deaths reported across the state of Florida.
Messages circulating the internet suggest hospitals are reporting all deaths as COVID-19 deaths for financial reasons.
As health professionals guide people on how to protect themselves from coronavirus, President Donald Trump said he has turned to taking daily doses of hydroxychloroquine ...
This week after Florida partially reopened, from Monday May 4 to Sunday, May 10, there were 4,518 new cases of coronavirus.
More than 482,000 coronavirus tests have been administered in Florida, but Gov. Ron DeSantis admits the number also reflects people who have received more than one test.
In the fight against coronavirus, the state of Florida releases daily reports and has created an online dashboard that is updated twice a day.
The coronavirus has taken the world by storm, and everyone is looking for a cure.
In the fight against COVID-19, there is a wealth of stats and figures that can be broken down in numerous ways.
It’s a strange time. Anyone else finding themselves spending more time than usual on social media, considering the coronavirus pandemic?