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Cooler temps headed to Central Fla.

There's good news and bad news when looking at the weather in Central Florida.


School bans 'Trojan Man' costume

A student wants an apology from his high school after he said he was banned from wearing a "Trojan Man" condom costume during his school's spirit week festivities.


Outlet vs. retail: Money or quality?

We all want designer clothes without paying designer prices. But what if the designer products you are buying are lesser quality, made with cheaper materials or fabric?


Sawed-off shotgun used in robbery

Deputies are searching for a man who they say robbed a Dollar General in Brevard County.


Woman, 72, critical after hit-and-run

Police are searching for the driver of a vehicle that hit a 72-year-old woman and then fled in Altamonte Springs.



9-pound hairball removed from teen's stomach

Doctors in Kyrgyzstan are shocked to find a nine-pound hairball in the stomach of an 18-year-old girl who couldn't even drink water without getting sick.


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On this day: October 1

Thomas Edison opens the world's first electric lamp factory, Yosemite becomes a national park, soccer great Pele says goodbye, and Walt Disney World opens, all on this day.


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Strange but true campaign slogans

From the wacky to the downright weird, check out these strange but true campaign slogans.


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Morgan: I can't believe Walmart is blaming me

Walmart's response Monday to a lawsuit filed by Tracy Morgan over the car crash that left him in critical condition elicited a response of its own on Tuesday from the recovering comedian -- and it doesn't sound like he's laughing.

"I can't believe…


Outages plague Orlando IRIS cams

More than half of Orlando's city surveillance cameras were out of order on a single day, according to emails obtained by Local 6.


Cops: 17 vehicles broken into in Orlando

Car after car have been broken into all along Cypress Woods Drive near Conroy Road, many of them happening at the Summergate Condominiums.


Cops: DirecTV worker grabbed woman

A DirecTV worker was arrested after New Smyrna Beach police say he exposed himself and grabbed a woman while setting up her television.


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What to buy in October

Which items should you buy in October, and which sales should you keep waiting for?


Photos: Florida mug shots

Here's a look at some of the individuals who have been arrested recently in the Sunshine State.


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First US Ebola case diagnosed -- now what?

In this age of modern air travel, it was just a matter of when, not if. A man at a Dallas hospital is the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States. Now, health officials are searching for people who came in contact with the man.

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