Danielle Lama is an Emmy-nominated and AP award-winning journalist. She joined the FOX 35 team in November of 2016 as a reporter.
Before coming to Orlando, Danielle worked in Louisville, Kentucky. She spent nearly three years there covering everything from snow storms to the Kentucky Derby. Danielle also reported extensively on the heroin epidemic and prescription drug abuse. Her in-depth coverage of an HIV outbreak in southern Indiana that stemmed from needle sharing led to an Emmy nomination.
Danielle has also worked in Madison, Wisconsin and Evansville, Indiana. She is a graduate of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland.
Danielle is thrilled to now call Orlando home. She’s originally from Ithaca, New York but several of her family members live in Florida. She loves telling stories and would like to hear yours.
The executive order calls for eligibility criteria established in a form, but that document doesn't appear to be available yet.
Seniors still struggling to get the vaccine and the next group on the priority list -- those are just some of the topics FOX 35 News covered in a one-on-one interview with Florida Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nuñez.
The Orange County Convention Center is implementing new security checkpoints after two women were stopped last week trying to get vaccinated while disguised as seniors, according to authorities.
The couple says they were caught in the middle of a road rage incident between other vehicles.
Some Central Florida seniors tell FOX 35 they signed up for the vaccine through the state's website, then were offered appointments in Broward County.
Former President Donald Trump is expected to speak at CPAC this weekend in Orlando.
Deputies say two women, ages 34 and 44, are accused of dressing up as senior citizens in an attempt to receive coronavirus vaccines.
Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings says based on vaccine availability, he thinks more people may be eligible to get the shot in a week or two.
The suspect was arrested Wednesday and is currently being held at the Brevard County Jail.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said in an interview that there’s an “active conversation” happening to require tests for domestic flights.