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Cone shows Erika off coast as hurricane

Tropical Storm Erika is producing very heavy rains over portions of the Leeward Islands as the cone continues to show the storm approaching Florida Sunday evening.

Erika gets a little stronger overnight

Tropical Storm Erika's track has shifted toward the east, but Florida is still under the cone of concern as the weather system continues to trek toward the Sunshine State. 


Cops: Man grabbed girl near school

A man was charged with child abuse in connection with the attack of a girl walking to her middle school that was initially believed to be an abduction attempt.

Cops: Woman had .258 BAC at school

A woman has been charged with driving under the influence after she tried to pick up two kids at school, Ormond Beach police say.

Body found in missing plane search

The search for a plane that disappeared near the Indian River resumes in Brevard County.

Jury finds Okafor guilty of murder

The jury has found the man accused of killing a would-be witness guilty of first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder.

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Va. gunman's message: 'I've been a human powder keg'

After he shot two journalists on live TV and before he shot himself, Bryce Williams sent a message: "I've been a human powder keg for a while....just waiting to go BOOM."

Local woman warns of popular pet med

A local woman is now warning others about a popular pet medication after she says her dog suffered and died after one dose.

Hurricane prep changes since 2004

The Hurricane Readiness Area also features some new gadgets that weren't around when Charley, Francis, and Jean roared through Central Florida in 2004.

Women hurt in OIA tram accident

Two women suffer minor injuries when a tram at Orlando International Airport makes an emergency stop.

Missing teen found safe in Washington

Marion County deputies have found the teen reported missing safe in Washington.


Chip credit cards: Can they be hacked?

If you don't have one already, you will soon: banks will issue nearly 600 million new credit cards embedded with chips by the end of 2015. They say the cards will cut down on fraud that is costing companies billions of dollars every year.


Site shows nude pics of high school girls

Clicking on a site's web links reveals hundreds of nude photographs of current and former high school students, all of which have been posted by anonymous users.

I-4 reopens after dump truck crash

A dump truck overturns in a crash on Interstate 4 in Orlando, forcing officials to close the highway.

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Bread recalled in 11 states due to broken light bulb

A broken light bulb is causing a recall of bread in 11 states due to the possibility of broken glass fragments in the bread.

Track shows Fla. in cone for Erika

Florida is on notice as Tropical Storm Erika continues churning in the Atlantic Ocean.


IHOP customers forced into freezer

Orlando police are searching for two armed men who held up an IHOP restaurant.

Cops: Man secretly recorded teen in room

Seminole County deputies have arrested a man who they say secretly recorded a 16-year-old girl in her bedroom.

OPD responds to video of bloody scuffle

The Orlando Police Department is investigating claims one of their officers attacked a homeless man, resulting in a bloody fight video being shared on social media.

Former NBA star Darryl Dawkins dies

Former NBA star Darryl Dawkins, who was from Orlando, has died at the age of 58.

Safelink: Vets get free phone service

The law firm representing Safelink says the company was "duped" and had nothing to do with the scheme that targeted hundreds of Florida veterans, seniors and Medicare recipients.

UCF student vanishes selling Xbox

A local college student is missing, and now his family is asking for help finding him.

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Bryce Williams: A plan for televised murder

One day after reporter Alison Parker, 24, and her cameraman, Adam Ward, 27, were gunned down on live television in Roanoke, Virginia, Parker's boyfriend said merely remembering their lives is not enough.

"There needs to be some action that is taken o...

Sandbags provided in Central Fla.

Counties in Central Florida are preparing for the effects of Tropical Storm Erika by providing free sandbags to residents.

Missing boater case investigated as hoax

Coast Guard crews suspend a search for a man and woman who reportedly abandoned their boat off the Florida coast, and the case is now being investigated as a possible hoax.

Hook removed from sea turtle's mouth

A SeaWorld veterinarian successfully removed a fishing hook from the mouth of sea turtle.

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New words in the dictionary? Awesomesauce!

New words! In the Oxford Dictionary! So exciting! If there were only a word to describe just how exciting.

Rubio: Trump won't be GOP nominee

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio says Donald Trump will not be the Republican presidential nominee because ...

Officer trapped in cruiser after crash

An Altamonte Springs police officer had to crawl out a window of his cruiser after a crash.

Robbers shoot woman several times

Deputies say a woman was shot several times during an apparent robbery in Orlando.

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