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Tax incentive bill for Hollywood goes to committee

Florida’s latest entertainment tax incentive proposal went before the State Finance tax committee late Tuesday.

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What you post can get you fired

How responsible are you for what you post on social media?

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Report: DEA contributed to prescription drug shortage

Local 6 has uncovered a federal report pointing the finger at which agency may be to blame for drug shortages.

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Cemetery repeatedly calls dead man

Shortly before dying of lung cancer in 2010, Bruce Abare requested that he be cremated and interred at Fountainhead Memorial Park, a cemetery the 51-year-old drove past every day while working as a postal carrier.


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How to avoid overpaying for cable

Cable, power, phone — how closely do you look at your bills? What happens when you’re charged for something you didn’t buy or order?

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Law would ban some used tire sales

Selling used tires is big business. Currently there is no law that prevents someone from selling a used tire, no matter how old the tire is or how damaged, but ...


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Bill could mean major changes to Florida's alimony law

If it passes this session, House Bill 943 will put an end to permanent alimony and allow payers to retire without having to pay alimony to their former spouse.

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Frustrated by traffic? Who to call

David Carter moved to his east Orange County neighborhood to be close to work. But lately, what should be a short 10-minute drive has nearly doubled.

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Foul odor blankets neighborhood

Depending on which direction the wind is blowing, the foul odor that drifts through Richard Raffaelo's neighborhood can be overpowering, according to people who reside in the quiet community off South John Young Parkway.

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Hired hacker: 'We are all at-risk'

Chris Hadnagy, of Social Engineer Inc., practices what he likes to call "ethical hacking."


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Health care coverage gaps to hit hospitals

In just months, tens of thousands of central Floridians will lose their health care coverage. They fall in a gap -- uncovered by Medicaid and making too much for significant stipends afforded by the Affordable Care Act. 

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Home cameras used to spy on families

Until it was shut down earlier this year, visitors to a Russian website could view live video from thousands of wireless security cameras, allowing them to secretly peek into strangers' bedrooms, nurseries and living rooms.

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