That was her second stint at WCTV in her beloved Florida State Seminole country. A major highlight in her return to Tallahassee was getting to interview the former FSU head football coach and legend, Bobby Bowden, not once, but twice.
Before returning to Florida's capital city, she traded in her sun screen for snow boots and headed to Peoria, Illinois where she was the morning and noon anchor for WMBD. That's where she covered, and experienced, her first of many snow and ice storms.
Now Angelica is happy to call Raleigh-Durham home and looks forward to telling stories that matter to you. In her spare time, she loves to practice perfecting her red beans and rice recipe to her abuela's liking and playing with her grouchy little chihuahua, Pablo.
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One man was critically wounded as protests turned violent in downtown Charlotte. Riot police used tear gas on the unruly crowds a day after a deadly officer-involved shooting. Gov. Pat McCrory has declared a State of Emergency and sent in the National Guard.
The governor said the fuel line is scheduled to restart Wednesday. He said he expects the shortage to last now another two to three days and warns people against scrambling to gas stations.
The student protest comes days after a UNC sophomore told the world she was raped by a Tar Heels football player on campus in February. At the gathering, survivors of sexual assault shared their stories of dissatisfaction: "UNC's business is protecting their own reputation."
Bus 1417 was transporting students from Southeast Raleigh High School, Centennial Magnet Middle School and Vernon Malone College and Career Academy.
UNC head football coach Larry Fedora gave limited answers to questions about a suspended Tar Heels player accused in a rape allegation. Meanwhile, a student group plans to send a message to university administrators to demand more support for sexual assault victims.