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  • Florida Hospital is hosting a community-wide Blessings for Puerto Rico donation relief drive on Sunday, October 8th, at Calvary Orlando Church. From 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., the community can drop off any of the items listed below: You'll find our staff located at the parking lot of Calvary Orlando Church, 1199 Clay Street, Winter Park: This event is brought to you by WFTV, Florida Hospital, and the Cox Media Group Family of radio stations. Our partners in this initiative, the Florida Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, and then the Adventist Development and Relief Agency will distribute the collected items in Puerto Rico.
  • O.J. Simpson appeared today before a parole board in Carson City, Nevada in an attempt to earn parole from his previous 33-year sentencing. Simpson was found guilty in 2007 of kidnapping and armed robbery at a Las Vegas hotel. Now that’s he’s been granted parole, Simpson could be released as early as October, says David Smith, a spokesman for the Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners. If you missed the hearing, you can watch it in it’s entirety below:  
  • The 2017 hurricane season is here, and we’ve got all the information you need to know. Click to see the News 96.5 Hurricane Guide! News 96.5 Hurricane Guide
  • A new poll had people rank the best ice cream flavors, and we fully expected a boring pick at #1 - either chocolate or vanilla. Apparently we're not quite that boring... More than 5,000 people voted online at the website Ranker, and Cookies and Cream took first place! Here are the others in the top ten:  Cookies and cream Chocolate Vanilla Mint chocolate chip Strawberry (Neapolitan with vanilla, chocolate, AND strawberry came in 12th) Chocolate chip French vanilla (If they'd lumped it in with regular vanilla, it probably would have come in first, but they're different though - real 'French vanilla' ice cream has eggs in it) Rocky road Coffee Peanut butter cup Voting has been officially closed on the topic, but that doesn’t mean you can’t debate below. Tell us what you think got the snub!
  • Monday marks one year since the attack at the Pulse nightclub, when a gunman took the lives of 49 innocent patrons. Here is a list of some of the events happening around our city to honor those people. Today Through June 14th One Blood is hosting a blood drive throughout multiple locations in the city. Click here to find out locations and times. Saturday June 10th 8 am - 1 pm: Pulse Memorial Blood Drive, hosted by Rep. Val Demings Veranda Park, 6996 Piazza Grande Avenue  7 pm: Vigil in Remembrance of Pulse First United Methodist Church of Orlando, 142 E. Jackson St. Sunday, June 11 2 pm: Pulse Remembrance Through Music and Poetry Orlando Public Library, 101 E. Central Blvd.  3 pm - Pulse Remembrance Service St. James Cathedral, 215 N. Orange Ave.  6 pm - Vigil in Remembrance of Pulse Cathedral Church of St. Luke, 130 N. Magnolia Ave. Monday, June 12 10 am - 7 pm: One Orlando Collection and Digital Gallery Orange County Regional History Center, East Central Boulevard  10 am: Unveiling of the Sea-to-Sea Rainbow Flag Orange County Administration Center, 301 S. Rosalind Ave.  11 am - 1 pm: Pulse Community Gathering Pulse site, 1912 S. Orange Ave.  7 pm: Orlando Love: Remembering Our Angels Lake Eola Park Amphitheater on Rosalind Avenue  10 pm - 12 am: Public Community GatheringPulse site, 1912 S. Orange Ave.   DETAILS ON ALL OF THE LISTED EVENTS CAN BE FOUND ON THE ORANGE COUNTY WEBSITE. CLICK HERE TO SEE 
  • Justin Gray joined WHIO's Washington bureau in September 2013.  He provides investigative and political reporting from DC as well as live coverage of breaking news in the nation’s capital for WHIO and its sister stations across the country. His investigations have led to changes in federal rules and laws and spurred investigations by the Justice Department and the Office of Congressional Ethics. Justin spent the previous six years as a reporter at WAGA-TV, the FOX owned and operated station in Atlanta. There he won a 2012 Emmy award as best live reporter.  He covered breaking news, crime and politics and often hit the road to cover everything from hurricanes on the coast to American Idol finales in Hollywood. Justin also previously worked as a reporter and anchor at CN8 News in Philadelphia, WSAZ-TV in his hometown of Charleston, WV and KIEM-TV in Eureka, CA.  His first job out of college was working on Capitol Hill for US Senator Jay Rockefeller. Justin has a Master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University and a Bachelor’s in history and political science from Emory University.
  • Jacqueline Fell came to the Washington Bureau in June 2012 from Orlando, Florida. As WHIO'S Washington Correspondent, she’s responsible for covering important local stories in Congress, the White House and explaining how decisions made by federal agencies impact viewers.  Jacqueline enjoys focusing on matters related to aviation and transportation, as well as veterans issues.  While in DC, Jacqueline has covered some major news stories, including President Obama’s second inauguration, the Pope’s visit and the Navy Yard mass shooting. She also was at the Supreme Court when major rulings came down on the Affordable Care Act, gay marriage, and immigration.  Growing up in Baltimore, Md., she had an early interest in journalism and hosted a news magazine show in high school. Jacqueline reported and anchored in upstate New York, Flint, Mich. and Dayton, Ohio. She spent much of her career in Orlando as the lead reporter on the Casey Anthony case.  Jacqueline's inside-the-courtroom-Twitter coverage has been recognized with various industry award nominations.
  • Jennifer Brett of the Atlanta Journal Constitution contributed to this story. Once again, #OscarsSoWhite is trending on social media. The hashtag first surfaced after the 2015 Oscars nominees were announced.  The films and categories represented in the awards show were extremely diverse. But the actors nominated for awards weren't. >> Read more trending stories   Now, in the wake of the release of actors and actresses to be considered for accolades at the 2016 Oscars, #OscarsSoWhite is trending again. Will Smith, who earned a Golden Globes nomination this year for his role as Dr. Bennet Omalu in “Concussion,” wasn’t among the 2016 Academy Awards nominees announced Thursday morning.  Sylvester Stallone, who claimed a best supporting actor Globe trophy for his role in “Creed,” is up for a similar Oscar. The movie’s black star and director, Michael B. Jordan and Ryan Coogler, were not among nominees for either a Golden Globe or Oscar. Idris Elba was up for a supporting-actor Globe for “Beasts of No Nation” but received no Oscars nod. Most social media users, which spanned many races and ethnicities, expressed shock and disappointment that 'Creed' and 'Straight Outta Compton,' both of which topped box office sales, did not yield any award nominations for actors of color. The most recent black actor to win an Academy Award was Lupita Nyong, who played a slave in 2013’s '12 Years a Slave.' The first was Hattie McDaniel, who also played a slave for her role in 1939’s 'Gone With the Wind.' Only one Latino actor has won best actor for a lead role, and no Latina actress has ever won best actress for a leading role.