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Erika falls apart

Tropical Storm Erika dissipates but Floridians could still experience heavy rains starting Monday.



Back to typical summer patterns but keep eye on Erika

Expect a typical Summer pattern Saturday afternoon with the chance of a few scattered thunderstorms. Rain chances sit at 60 percent with highs in the low 90s.


Kevin Beary looks back at Hurricane Charley

News 6 anchor Julie Broughton talks to former Orange County Sheriff Kevin Beary about the 2004 hurricane season.


Police respond to shooting at Lake Mary home

Lake Mary police responded Saturday afternoon to a gun shot wound at a residence in the area of 4th Street and Monroe Avenue in Lake Mary.


3 men force employees customers into freezer at IHOP,...

Deputies in Volusia County are looking for three men who they say forced employees and customers into the freezer of an IHOP during a robbery.



Lawsuit: Put $237 million back into Florida land buying

Four conservation groups asked a court Friday to force the Florida Legislature to transfer $237 million back to an environmental land-buying fund.


U.S. Army

On this day: August 29

American troops march through a liberated Paris, the King of Pop is born, The Beatles perform their last concert before paying fans, and Hurricane Katrina hits the Gulf Coast, all on this day.



15 American manners that are rude abroad

Here are some manners Americans take for granted that are actually faux pas abroad, according to Yahoo! Travel.


How 3-D printing helps save lives

News 6's Eryka Washington shows how this new technology is making heart surgery safer for some of the tiniest patients.


Sheriff's office investigating theft of American flags

The Volusia County Sheriff's Office is stepping up patrols after four American flags were stolen that were outside homes in a 10-day time span.


Cops: Man traveled to meet girl for sex

A former teacher has been arrested after he traveled to meet a teenage girl for the purpose of engaging in a sexual relationship, the Brevard County Sheriff's Office says.


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Tabloid defends showing shocking shooting photos

The New York Daily News was widely condemned for its front page about the on-air murders in Roanoke, Virginia, with critics calling its use of the graphic images "despicable" and "heartless." The tabloid had a different description: newsworthy.



Photos: Recent Fla. mugshots

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


From Gardner Family via CNN

Shooting victim's husband: Survival a matter of...

The bullet that struck Vicki Gardner, the chamber of commerce executive shot during a live news broadcast in Virginia, came within "centimeters" of taking her life, according to her husband.

"The surgeon told me that a couple of centimeters and she…



Baby monitor hacker sends family frightening message

Jared Denman says his wife was at home with their 2-year-old daughter playing when she suddenly started hearing strange noises from the baby monitor

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