Samantha Sosa joined the FOX 35 team in November 2018.
Samantha is a Miami native, so she's no stranger to Florida's warm weather and beaches. She is a bilingual reporter who seeks to empower young women of all backgrounds.
Samantha is a proud graduate of the University of Florida, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications and a certificate in International Relations.
Before moving to Orlando, Samantha was a general assignment reporter at WFTX Fort Myers, Florida, where she covered several elections, environmental issues, presidential rallies, and major storms including Hurricane Irma and Matthew. Samantha also has experience as a digital producer at WSVN Miami.
When she is not reading or reporting news, she likes to travel, discover new restaurants, spend time with family, and hit the Orlando theme parks.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) found a 2019 deputy-involved shooting to be justified, but it’s what happened after the incident that resulted in the termination of a law enforcement officer.
Florida Highway Patrol troopers arrested Jermaine Reece-Frith.
Confusion has followed after changes to the website last week. The Department of Economic Opportunity now requires people to report their job searches.
As the FDA prepares to approve Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 12, one Central Florida county is planning for distribution.
The family of an Ocoee man is suing the city after his death. The lawsuit claims Jean Samuel Celestin was having a mental health crisis when he was tasered by Ocoee police officers several times.
Dozens of community members and law enforcement officers gathered Friday for a vigil remembering victims of an illegal street racing crash earlier this month.
Vaccine demand is changing county-by-county in Central Florida.
Pfizer-BioNTech on Friday requested to expand the emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine in the United States for older children ages 12 to 15.
The public school districts for Lake and Osceola counties on Wednesday announced they will remove the hybrid learning options for the 2021-2022 school year.
An Orlando hotelier is providing jobs and hotel stays for guests and employees suddenly displaced by Champion's World Resort in Kissimmee.