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Shots fired at OPD officer

Orlando police exchanged gunfire with a carjacking suspect after a traffic stop early Monday.



Ocoee home consumed by fire

A family is displaced after a fire consumed their home in Ocoee.


Boy, 2, run over by stolen golf cart

Police say a toddler is OK after he was run over by a stolen golf cart Sunday.


Cops: 1 dead, 3 hurt in Apopka stabbing

The Orange County Sheriff's Office is investigating a deadly stabbing in Apopka. 


'I-Drive 360' grand opening Monday

A major attraction getting national attention is about to open on International Drive.


Atlantic Tropic Season starts early

The National Hurricane Center issued a Special Tropical Weather Outlook Sunday at 10:30 a.m.


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'Star Wars' stars: Where are they now?

Today is national "Star Wars" Day in honor of the pun spoken on this date: "May the forth be with you." Find out what the stars of the blockbuster films are up to today.


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On this day: May 4

Al Capone heads to prison, the first-ever Grammys are presented, the Ohio National Guard opens fire at Kent State, and the Unabomber receives four life sentences, all on this day.


Teen sought in stepdad's murder

Marion County deputies are searching for a teen accused of shooting his stepdad to death.


Volusia County consider beach-driving restrictions

The Daytona Beach City Council is considering banning driving on some sections of the area's hard-packed beaches.


Trial resumes for couple accused of sex on beach

The trial of a Bradenton couple charged with having sex in the open on a public beach is set to resume on Monday.


Loved ones remember slain woman

Milena Chiri died last month when police said her husband, Johan Chiri, 44, slashed her throat while their two daughters were asleep inside their home.


Photos: Recent Fla. mugshots

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


One-handed airline pilot flies again

A pilot whose left hand was severed during an accident is back in the air two years later.


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Baltimore curfew ends, National Guard plans exit

Things could be returning to normal in Baltimore: The city has lifted its curfew, the National Guard is preparing its exit and a mall that had been a flashpoint in the riots has been reopened.

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