Sydney Cameron is an award-winning journalist who joined the FOX 35 news team in November 2018.
Sydney received a broadcast journalism degree from American University in 2008. After graduation Sydney moved overseas to Auckland, New Zealand where she worked as a volunteer associate producer and editor for a community television series.
Before moving to Orlando, Sydney was a morning anchor and reporter in Johnson City, Tennessee. During her time in the Tri-Cities, she shined a light on the opioid epidemic and the people it impacts. She won a Tennessee Media & Editors Associated Press award for her in-depth coverage about a dangerous illicit drug called fentanyl and its impact on people in the community and law enforcement. She was also recognized as one of the best reporters in the state by The Associated Press.
Sydney also worked as a reporter and anchor in Richmond, Virginia and Columbus, Georgia. She covered regional and national stories including the corruption trial of former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and the poisoning of the Toomer’s Corner oak trees at Auburn University.
Sydney loves discovering new places with her husband and young son, reading and writing poetry in her free time. She is a proud member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Sydney is eager to be a voice for the community and address concerns that matter to you. Please feel free to reach out to her if you have a story idea.
Disney has announced it is extending the date of its closures to properties in Florida and California in the fight against the spread of coronavirus.
The new guidelines would be on a case-by-case basis.
Neighbors in the Lake Forest neighborhood in Sanford are hiding teddy bears in their front windows for children to spot on walks and bike rides.
Rodas said he was inspired to help his community because he knows first-hand the hardships people are facing during these unprecedented times.
The Florida Division of Emergency Management said one field hospital is staged in Orlando.
School volunteers have been teaching children how to properly wash their hands for six years through the Healthy Hands program, but they are ramping up their efforts as the virus spreads across the United States.
Last week, an Osceola County grand jury indicted Christopher Otero-Rivera on charges of second degree murder, abuse of a dead body and tampering with evidence.
The amendment filed would prohibit law enforcement from arresting children 10-years old and younger unless it is for a violent felony.
West Colonial Drive in Orlando is closed as police investigate.