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An Orlando woman accused of brutally killing two dogs to seek revenge for her dead cat told Local 6 she did not hurt the dogs.
The FHP has identified the boy who was struck by a car and critically injured while crossing a road to get to his school bus in Osceola County.
Amara, a 6-month-old pit bull mix, has deep puncture wounds all over her frail body, ligament fractures under her head, a broken leg that didn't heal properly, and an ear that was nearly torn off.
Police say a resident shot and killed a man who was knocking on apartment doors in Leesburg.
A bizarre bust in east Orange County ended like the punchline to a joke: four men, four deer, one MINI Cooper.
Katharine the great white shark continues to move south and is now off the coast of Volusia County.
The search is on for two men who fled after breaking into an apartment near the University of Central Florida.
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Police say a man was found dead after an SUV plunged into a retention pond in Orlando.
As visitors at Disney's Magic Kingdom stood in the theme park counting down to 2015, they likely had no idea a consumer drone was secretly hovering above them, capturing unauthorized aerial video of the New Year's Eve fireworks display.
Orlando police are searching for a man who shocked a woman with a Taser while carjacking her.
Deputies are searching for a man in Palm Coast who they say followed a middle-schooler as she was walking home.
An executive producer for a radio station in Volusia County has been arrested on child porn charges.
Authorities arrest a woman who is accused of stealing suitcases with thousands of dollars worth of specialized pet grooming equipment at the Daytona Beach International Airport baggage claim.
The University of Central Florida is on alert after a woman was attacked on campus, police say.
A judge sentences Lothar Schafer to four months behind bars and two years of probation.
A teen accused of bringing a gun onto the campus of Leesburg High School tells police he and a friend stole the gun while burglarizing a nearby home.
A British newspaper reports Robbie Coltrane, who plays Hagrid in the "Harry Potter" movies, has been taken to an Orlando hospital.
Local 6 urges viewers who see news as it's happening to snap some pictures and send the photos to the station.
Leesburg police said extra patrols are in the city after several women walking home from work or dinner were attacked.
New apps are promising happiness, but psychologists warn not to depend on them for emotional well-being.
Florida Institute of Technology has teamed up with Larsen Motorsports to launch a new Jet Dragster race team.
A Washington state man discovered his name changed to "A**hole" on his monthly Comcast service bill.
It's a morning ritual for many families: A bowl of cereal for breakfast. But with so many choices, knowing which ones are good for you and your kids can be a challenge.
Eighty-five furry players will take the field in Animal Planet's 11th annual Puppy Bowl on Sunday, with 16 of the dogs from Little Dog Rescue in St. Cloud filling the roster.
Police are asking for help finding the gunman who shot a man multiple times near Universal Orlando.
A motorcyclist was killed Wednesday after striking a vehicle at the intersection of Merritt Island Parkway and Banana River Drive.
Jerryd Bayless scored 19 points, Jared Dudley and Khris Middleton had 17 apiece and the Milwaukee Bucks ended a 17-game losing streak in Orlando with a 115-100 victory on Thursday night.
A cat that was buried after being struck by a car in Florida is found alive five days later.
Millions of people suffer from backaches, neck pain and shoulder issues. It can be difficult to find relief, especially depending on the kind of work or travel one does.
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