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Dominatrix sued for elderly exploitation

On her website, Central Florida dominatrix "Goddess Jude" says she enjoys spanking, flogging, whipping and other fetish activities. The dominatrix also advertises "financial slavery" for clients who wish to "pamper" their mistress.


Cops: Man justified in teen shooting

A man taking a walk with his wife in Lake County shot a teen who he said was burglarizing a home, according to deputies.


Cops: Woman stole puppy from shelter

Daytona Beach police are searching for a woman who they say stole a puppy from the Halifax Humane Society.


Motorcyclist ID'd in fatal crash

A motorcyclist is struck by a vehicle and killed in Orlando, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.


'Ritualistic' killings tied to blue moon?

Investigators in Florida are looking into the deaths of a woman and her two sons as a ritualistic killing that could be connected to the recent blue moon.


Claim: Penis mutilated during surgery

A Florida patient says his penis was deformed during surgery that was supposed to remove ...


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2 Air Force airmen killed in freefall accident

Two special tactics airmen died after a freefall training accident at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida, the Air Force said.

Tech Sgt. Timothy A. Officer Jr. and Tech Sgt. Marty B. Bettelyoun died from the parachute training accident, the Air Force…


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On this day: August 5

The Mayflower departs England, the first electric traffic signal is installed, Marilyn Monroe dies, the Beatles release "Revolver," and President Reagan fires striking air-traffic controllers, all on this day.


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Hair band singers then and now

With Mötley Crüe kicking off their "final tour" this week after more than 30 years of music, partying and debauchery, join us for a look at lead singer Vince Neil and other hair band singers then and now.


Missing Fla. teens' boat disappears

A new mystery is surrounding the search for two missing teen boaters from Florida.


VA's big Camp Lejeune announcement

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has announced veterans with some Camp Lejeune-related illnesses may be granted presumptive service connection.


Heat index to reach 100 in Orlando

High heat and afternoon storms are in the Central Florida forecast.


Photos: Recent Fla. mugshots

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



Man accused of trying to run over teens

A father is behind bars after he tried to run over teens he thought were bullying his daughter, police say.


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Trial put off for hunter guide in Cecil case

Theo Bronkhorst appears to have had a long, smooth career as an African safari hunting guide, but a tempest has engulfed him since he allegedly helped Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer kill Cecil the lion.

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