Robert Guaderrama joined the FOX 35 team in March of 2019 as the 'Government and Finance' reporter.
Robert is no stranger to warm climate, as he is was born and raised in San Diego. He graduated from California State University, Fullerton with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism. Robert is also not a stranger of Disney, he performed for Disneyland in California for three years in shows and parades.
Robert comes to Orlando from Cincinnati, Ohio where he was a morning show reporter covering Midwest weather and breaking news. Prior to Ohio, Robert was the Morning Anchor of NBC El Paso, Texas and a General Assignment Reporter and Consumer Reporter at CBS in Midland/Odessa, Texas.
During his career, Robert’s work has been recognized with several awards including an Emmy Award in 2018 for his coverage of a trial of an officer-involved shooting death. He also has won an Excellence in Journalism Award from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists in 2017 and two Texas Association of Press Broadcaster’s Awards in 2015.
Robert strives to hold the powerful accountable, find the truth in stories and tell stories that make a real impact on people’s lives.
Robert is thrilled to be back in warm weather and close to the attractions. In his spare time, you can find Robert working out or satisfying his foodie appetite.
Law enforcement personnel above 50 years old are now eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine. On Tuesday, 140 of the 500 who received the vaccine were from the Orlando Police Department, including OPD Chief Orlando Rolon.
Officials are busy setting up Valencia College’s West Campus because beginning Wednesday, thousands of people will be getting vaccinated at this site every day.
Instead of just going to theme parks, you will soon be able to study them. The University of Central Florida will let students major in theme park experiences.
Everyone FOX 35 News has spoken to at the Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, has something to say about the mask mandate.
CPAC kicks off Thursday in Orlando, and it all leads up to Sunday's guest speaker, former President Donald Trump. The host hotel, the Hyatt Regency, is sold out, and with thousands of people expected to show up, a lot of safety precautions are in place
It’s being called the Super Bowl for Republicans. In fact, the host hotel, the Hyatt Regency Orlando, is sold out. The Conservative Political Action Committee conference is going on the road, being hosted in Orlando, starting Thursday.
Coronavirus vaccines are not yet available for children but one lab in Central Florida is conducting tests.
COVID-19 has led to attendance issues at area schools. Volusia County Schools report 78 students unaccounted for -- students who haven’t shown up to class-- while 172 students have been unaccounted for in Lake County.
Delayed vaccine shipments also mean continued delays with distribution and appointment confirmations in Florida. Many have contacted FOX 35 News to express their frustrations as they attempt to secure a shot.
Eatonville’s town planner has been arrested, accused of stealing money from the town. This all allegedly happened in 2017 when the town planner was in his previous role, in charge of Eatonville’s Community Redevelopment Agency.