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Dogfighting ring busted; Ringleaders arrested

A dogfighting ring was busted in Central Florida after police got a tip from a neighbor.


Sanford police investigate apparent homicide

Sanford police were out on the scene of an apparent homicide Sunday morning after a man was found dead inside a vehicle in the 1500 block of West 14th Street.


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Body of former Palm Bay police officer found

The body of a missing former Palm Bay police officer was found late Saturday after he was declared missing and endangered due to a medical condition.


Volusia County Jail

Deputies: Man arrested in hit-and-run that killed horse,...

A man was arrested Sunday morning after Volusia County Sheriff's deputies said he rammed his truck into a horse, killing it and injuring its rider.  According to the Sheriff's Office, a deputy pulled over Christopher Todd, 21, more than 30 miles…


Tampa Bay Humane Society

Custody battle brewing over 'Zombie Cat'

A custody battle could be brewing over the Florida cat that was supposedly thought to be dead, buried and found alive several days later.


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Past Super Bowl halftime performances

With Katy Perry set to headline the halftime show at Super Bowl XLIX, check out who has performed at past Super Bowls.


Big changes planned for Daytona Beach's main road

Daytona Beach has big plans to improve its International Speedway Boulevard, a main road used by millions of tourists every year.


Red-light camera case in appeals court

Thirteen cities want a state appeals court to hear a red-light camera case for a third time.


Daytona Beach remains concerned about offshore drilling

Despite a recent federal decision excluding Florida's Atlantic Coast from drilling leases until at least 2022, communities remain concerned about the issue.


Former Florida prisons chief criticizes Gov. Scott

The former head of Florida's prisons is blasting Gov. Rick Scott and his administration, saying they put politics ahead of guard and prisoner safety.


Photo: U.S. Space Walk of Fame Museum

U.S. Space Walk of Fame receives donation

Having dedicated monuments to each of NASA's human spaceflight programs, including a shuttle monument last fall, a small Titusville nonprofit now aims to leverage space history to teach kids about science and engineering.


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On this day: February 1

The Beatles hit No. 1 for the first time in America, tragedy strikes space shuttle Columbia, and Janet Jackson suffers a Super Bowl "wardrobe malfunction," all on this day.


Photos: Recent Fla. mugshots

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


1 seriously hurt in Pine Hills crash

At least one person was seriously hurt in a crash involving a pedestrian in Pine Hills, authorities say.


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Winter storm cancels more than 2,000 flights as Northeast...

A winter storm dumping snow and disrupting travel in the central United States is headed toward the Northeast. The storm put the metropolitan Chicago area's more than 9 million people under a blizzard warning Sunday.

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