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Details released in baby abuse case

For the first time, authorities have released video from a teen mom's interview with police, after they accused her of suffocating her newborn in the hospital to get attention.

Brevard hits 'most boring' list

Brevard County was listed twice in a real estate blog's "Ten Most Boring Places in Florida."

911 call: Grandkids are all dead

Officials release the 911 call in a mass family shooting that left six children and two adults dead in the small north-central town of Bell.

Fla. woman adds 3rd breast to ...

A massage therapist in Florida says she had plastic surgery to add a third breast.

Teacher arrested on sex charge

A Seminole County high school teacher is arrested on allegations of having sexual contact with a 16-year-old girl.

Disney vs. Universal: App wait times

Both Disney and Universal have launched their own apps that tell you the estimated wait times for their attractions.  Local 6 spent four days undercover to test the accuracy of the apps.

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Flooding reported in Central Fla.

At least ten homes in New Smyrna Beach have been flooded, displacing residents as heavy rain moved through Central Florida, prompting flood warnings, authorities say.

Woman's 3rd breast a hoax?

A lost luggage report may have exposed a hoax by a Florida woman claiming she had plastic surgery to add a third breast.

New video released in UF attacks

Investigators with the Gainesville and University of Florida police departments have released an additional video clip showing the likely suspect in the recent attacks in and around the UF campus.

Alleged shooters crash, die fleeing scene

Police said two men they believe to have opened fire inside a Ross Dress For Less on Tuesday died while fleeing the scene of the shooting.

Jury: Smith 'not guilty' in Warlocks trial

A jury has found a man not guilty in a Warlocks gang shooting in Seminole County.

Nonprofit loses DCF funding

A nonprofit organization that provides alcohol, drug and mental health treatment to Central Floridians will soon lose much of its state funding.

4 tires stolen, car left on blocks

Andrew Bruce and his wife just moved into Oviedo's Provenance neighborhood off Aloma Avenue because it's gated and supposed to be safe. But the front gate didn't stop some crafty thieves from trespassing in the middle of the night.

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Alaska reporter on air: "F--- it, I quit"

Well, that's one way to quit your job. While doing a news segment on the Alaska Cannabis Club, a medical marijuana organization in Alaska, reporter Charlo Greene made a grand exit from her position at CBS affiliate KTVA in Alaska.

Video: Customer catches robber

A customer at Walgreens took down a woman suspected of shoplifting and robbery until DeLand police arrived, according to authorities.

Boat ignites, sinks in Halifax River

Several agencies, including the Coast Guard, are called to a boat fire in the Halifax River in Daytona Beach.

Cops: Bar owner spiked worker's drink

A Longwood bar owner was arrested after he spiked a co-workers drink, making her so sick she went to the hospital, according to police.

Greyhound deaths probed at tracks

Between May 2013 and July 2014, the deaths of 149 greyhounds have been reported at Florida's 13 dog tracks, an average of one greyhound death every three days.

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Obama: Syria strikes show 'this is not America's fight alone'

The United States is doing what it must to "take the fight to terrorists," leading a coalition of Arab nations in a series of airstrikes against the so-called Islamic State terror group in Syria, U.S. President Barack Obama said Tuesday.

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Crews to start I-4 project downtown

Construction on a project that is designed to transform Interstate 4 through Central Florida will begin at the intersection of Florida State Road 408, according to leaders at the U.S. Department of Transportation.

I Shot News

Local 6 urges viewers who see news as it's happening to snap some pictures and send the photos to the station.

Nude pics of local girls posted online

Brevard County deputies are warning the public that someone is soliciting and posting pictures of teen girls online.

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Bortles to start at San Diego

After giving the Jaguars a spark in the second half of a blowout home loss to the Colts, rookie quarterback Blake Bortles will get his first NFL start at San Diego.

Strong storms possible in Orlando

Possible strong storms are forecast for Central Florida on the first full day of fall.

SunRail reveals expansion timeline

SunRail officials are considering expanding service to Orlando International Airport by 2020.

M&Ms recalled due to peanut allergy risk

Mars Inc. is recalling boxes of plain M&Ms sold because they may contain peanut butter.

Decision nears on concrete plant near school

People living in an Orange County neighborhood could soon find out if leaders will put the brakes on plans for a controversial concrete plant to be constructed near a school.

City approves Marina Island project

The city of Sanford votes in favor of a project that could potentially build shops, restaurants and an assisted living facility on a prominent waterfront property.

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Idaho woman accused of chewing up cop car seat

An Idaho woman faces felony charges for allegedly gnawing through the upholstery of a cop car seat while on the way to jail.

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