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UCF struggles with ‘no rules’ party frat

It’s rush week at UCF. Now is the time for freshmen to choose their fraternity. And at UCF’s official fraternities, that means a lot of name tags and “man flirting” – but no alcohol.

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Food trucks: What to know

Lots of people check Department of Business and Professional Regulation inspection reports for their favorite restaurants, but do people check those reports when they're dining at a food truck?


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FWC: Fishing with a machine 'safest' way to fish

Many people flock to Central Florida every year and don't go near an amusement park. Instead of Mickey and Goofy, they hang out with largemouth bass and speckled perch.

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Scheme gives vets government-funded phones

From September 2014 to July 2015 an estimated 40,000 to 800,000 Florida vets were illegally approved for free cellphones under the government’s Lifeline program.

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Dangers of mixing food with medications

They are foods that are supposed to be good for you, but if you are taking many common medications, certain foods can cause serious reactions.


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I-Drive entrepreneur offers to fund pedestrian bridge

Joshua Wallack is investing millions of dollars to develop International Drive’s entertainment district, near Sand Lake Road.

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How to prevent CPVC pipe issues

It's every homeowner's nightmare: a water leak. Beatrice Dockery's water leak stemmed from a broken CPVC pipe in the ceiling.

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New snake bite treatment tested

Carl Barden is the owner of the Reptile Discovery Center in DeLand and handles hundreds of venomous snakes a week.

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Map tracks deadly intersections

A new interactive map developed by the National Coalition for Safer Roads tracks lives lost to red light runners intersection by intersection from Orlando to Los Angeles.

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Local woman: Seminar was scam

Armando Montelongo's name may sound familiar. He is the former host of A&E's Flip This House and also starred in CBS's Undercover Boss.

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Public Wi-Fi: Is it safe?

Public Wi-Fi is convenient, but could be putting you at risk for cyber scams and hacks, according to AARP's Fraud Watch Network.

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Boat owners find extra cash through peer-to-peer sharing

Following the Airbnb sharing-economy model, San Francisco-based Boatbound is matching boat owners with qualified renters.

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