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!
More than 400,000 people in Florida have gotten the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, but as some people across the country are having severe reactions to the vaccine, health experts are concerned others might be more hesitant to get it.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) vaccination site at Valencia College received an additional 2,000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine Tuesday, bringing the total to 5,000 doses available at the site.
There are calls to stop street racing after an 11-year-old girl was killed when officials say two teens were racing in Kissimmee.
The CDC says fully vaccinated people can travel with low risk and without quarantining. As more people get vaccinated, Central Florida economic experts say it's going to help the state's bottom line.
A Lake County man has been dedicating his time and money to fix laptops and help families in need — all while he battles cancer.
The Volusia County School Board will have a workshop with the Florida Department of Health this week to talk about the mask policy.
Summer-like weather in Central Florida is bringing large crowds to Volusia County beaches this weekend.
The Georgia couple was riding down together for Bike Week in Daytona Beach last week. When traffic slowed down on International Speedway Boulevard, the dodge pickup behind them rammed into their motorcycle.
Friends and family of five people, including three young children, killed in a crash gathered to remember them on Sunday.
According to Governor DeSantis' executive order, only vaccination sites that have a licensed physician, advanced practice registered nurse or pharmacist can administer the vaccine to this specific group.