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Coast Guard: Search continues for boys lost at sea

The U.S. Coast Guard says it is not suspending the search for two teenage boaters missing off Florida, despite an AP report to the contrary.

Theaters issue alert on movie safety

A message about safety is now being played at the AMC Theatres. It states, "If you happen to see any suspiciously strange characters or bad agendas, report them to our crew."

Cops: Baby found alone in home

Deputies say they found a 1-year-old girl alone in a Central Florida home that was infested with roaches.

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911 dispatcher hangs up on caller

The June 26 call to 911 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was heartbreaking as the female caller tried to keep 17-year-old shooting victim Jaydon Chavez-Silver alive.

"I'm keeping him alive," said Chavez-Silver’s friend, 17-year-old Esperanza Quintero.

Tot search now murder investigation

In the five days since the search for missing toddler Lonzie Barton began, hundreds of law enforcement officers are working to bring closure to a case that the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is now calling a murder investigation, WJXT reports.

Scott orders Planned Parenthood inspections

Florida Gov. Rick Scott orders state health officials to inspect Planned Parenthood offices that perform abortions.

Oviedo HS teacher suspended

An Oviedo High School teacher is suspended without pay after an investigation found he was having an inappropriate relationship with a female student.

Treasure! Family finds $1M in gold

A Central Florida family discovers over $1 million in gold treasure from an historic shipwreck off the Florida coast.

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Internet seeks revenge for Cecil the lion

Celebrities are among an online mob baying for the blood of the American dentist who has admitted his role in killing Zimbabwe's most famous lion, Cecil.

Walter Palmer has said he "deeply regrets" killing the 13-year-old lion, who was found shot, skin...

Report: Victoria Siegel died from accidental drug overdose

Victoria Siegel, the daughter of Westgate Resorts founder and billionaire David Siegel, died from an accidental drug overdose, according to an autopsy report.

Judge has 2nd courtroom reunion

A Miami-Dade judge with a history of facing off against familiar faces takes part in another courtroom reunion.

Teacher suspended over duct-taping

A Florida music teacher is suspended without pay after being accused of duct-taping a kindergartener's eyes.


Brevard's youngest murderer released

Curtis Jones, who was sentenced to 18 years in prison for carrying out a murder with his 13-year-old sister in 1999, is released from prison, Local 6 news partner Florida Today reports.

Company: Car towed with baby inside

A 10-month-old baby has been returned to his family after being taken by a repo man, according to the repossession company manager.

Sheriff, lawyer discuss excessive force case

Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings says two deputies accused of using excessive force while arresting two Valencia College students are still on the job even as his department conducts an internal investigation into what happened.

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Search widens for teens lost at sea

The U.S. Coast Guard has widened its search for the two 14-year-old boys lost at sea to Charleston, South Carolina, spanning nearly 31,000-square-nautical miles.

Fla. can enforce 'Docs vs. Glocks'

Florida can start enforcing a law that restricts what doctors can tell patients about gun ownership.

Group to sue 'Muslim-free' gun store

The Council on American-Islamic Relations Florida announces that it has filed a lawsuit against the Florida gun store that declared itself a "Muslim-free zone" earlier this month.

Residents frustrated with response times

Tau Nguyen is one of several people in the Hunter's Creek community upset about how long it has taken for the Orange County Sheriff's Office to respond to the community's calls for help.

CLUE helps find insurance mistakes

Sometimes it takes a little detective work to find the best insurance rate. Gwen Jones did just that, but while trying to save money on her premiums a mysterious accident turned up on her record.

18-foot Burmese python caught in Fla.

National Park Service officials said they captured a Burmese python over 18 feet long along a popular wildlife-watching trail in Everglades National Park.

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Taliban leader Mullah Omar is dead

Mullah Omar, the reclusive supreme leader of the Afghan Taliban, has died, according to the BBC, the Wall Street Journal and the Pakistani newspaper "The Express Tribune," citing Afghan officials.

1 hurt in apparent lightning strike

Orange County Fire Rescue says they are investigating two people possibly being struck by lightning as storms moved through the region.

Bullet grazes woman at strip club

Authorities say a woman was grazed by a bullet in a shooting at an Orlando strip club.

Man found dead in yard

Deputies say a man was found dead in the yard of an Orlando home after a neighbor heard gunshots.

Missing boy, grandmother found safe

A 4-year-old boy and his grandmother who were both reported missing have been found safely, Orange County deputies say.

I-4 reopens after crash in Sanford

Westbound Interstate 4 has reopened in Sanford.

Cop takes break to play ball with kids

Port Orange police officer Peter Carelli pulled over his patrol car to play a quick ball game with local children.

Cops: Woman punched bus driver

An Orange County woman is arrested after deputies say she hit a Lynx bus driver during a fight with another passenger.


Zimmermans' suit against Roseanne tossed

A judge throws out a lawsuit filed by George Zimmerman's parents against Roseanne Barr after the comedian and actress put their address on her Twitter feed.


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