David Bodden joined FOX 35 in April of 2019.
David is a New Jersey native, but has travelled the country reporting for television stations in Kansas City, Missouri, Atlanta, Georgia and of course, the Sunshine State.
David has been honored for his work as a journalist. He is an Emmy-award winner and has earned multiple Associated Press awards.
During his career David has covered stories ranging from the capture of the Atlanta Centennial Olympic Park bomber to deadly hurricanes, to the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub.
When he is not behind the anchor desk, David likes to cover stories that focus on the growth and the future of Central Florida. From new land developments, to highways, to the people who are affected by those changes.
"We’re hoping it’s effective,” said shelter manager Diane Summers. “We know there are community members out there that can provide homes to these dogs, we just need to find them.”
Illegal street racers from Osceola County got a special invite on Thursday night to race on a track in Orlando.
Tens of thousands of race fans filled the seats at the Daytona International Speedway on Friday night. This was the first race weekend of the year with the stands open at full capacity.
Officials with the Florida Department of Health are alerting the public to several blue-green algae blooms in lakes across Central Florida.
Hospitals across the country and in Central Florida are beginning to implement safety measures in response to the COVID-19 resurgence, which is primarily among the unvaccinated and linked to the delta variant. Some hospitals have said they are even considering requiring employees to get vaccinated against the virus.
NASCAR fans are in for a really unique treat next week. On Wednesday, July 21, fans can show up in their own, street-legal vehicle and take a couple of laps on the most famous racetrack in the world. It's all for a good cause.
From canines to felines more and more animals are winding up in animal shelters. The surge in surrendered animals seems to coincide with relaxed pandemic precautions.
Pierre Frentz Neptune is a businessman who was born and raised in Haiti. He now lives in Central Florida and flies back and forth between the two countries. He said he was alerted by friends this morning about what happened.
FOX 35 Anchor David Bodden always wondered about the man who raised him. They didn't share any noticeable traits, and as he grew older, he said they only became more and more different.
A man who spent nearly 30 years on death row is finally getting out of prison. A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Crosley Green to be released.