Stephanie Buffamonte is an Emmy nominated journalist who joined the FOX 35 News team in November 2019.
Stephanie grew up on Long Island before moving to the Windy City to attend Loyola University Chicago. She’s excited to get away from the cold and move to the Sunshine State.
Prior to FOX 35 Orlando, Stephanie was a reporter in Milwaukee where she covered the city’s lead crisis, reckless driving epidemic, and many stories that impacted the community. She also spent two years anchoring/reporting in Wausau, Wisconsin before moving to Milwaukee.
In her free time Stephanie likes to run, hike outdoors, try out new restaurants and enjoy the company of her cats Ellie and Tigger. She hopes to participate in the Walt Disney World Half Marathon next year!
A homeowner is picking up the pieces after a man driving a stolen car crashed into his home.
The Mayor of Daytona Beach says he would not like the Daytona Truck Meet to return next year.
Travelers either can't find rental cars or they cost too much as the country faces a rental car shortage and many are turning to alternatives.
As hurricane season begins in Central Florida, an emergency official is advising people to not go to a shelter because he's concerned about a COVID-19 outbreak in a packed shelter.
New Smyrna Beach has been packed this weekend and local businesses are cashing in.
Hundreds of thousands of people made their way to Daytona Beach this Memorial Day weekend.
A Good Samaritan worked to try to save the Lake Mary mother who was hit and killed by a truck, and even though she died, the man is thankful she wasn't alone in her final moments.
Central Florida is expected to see an increase in temperature, little to no rain and it's expected to be windy. The Florida Forest Service says these conditions could cause big problems when it comes to wildfires.
As a family mourns the loss of an Orange County mother, they're thankful for the church that donated a funeral service they couldn't afford.
Retired Orange County Fire Rescue Lt. Eric Siena is being honored Monday after he lost his battle with cancer. Now, his story is bringing attention to cancer in firefighters.