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Video: Judge, suspect reunite in court

A burglary suspect has an unlikely school reunion in a Florida courtroom.

MAD - Woman delivers random acts of kindness

MAD - Woman give random acts of kindness

Lake Eola gets boat for special needs guests

Lake Eola Park got a special new boat just in time for the holiday weekend.

Venus, Jupiter and a thunderstorm

A photographer snaps a shot of Venus, Jupiter and a thunderstorm lit up by lightning over the skies of Orlando, Florida.

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Fireworks cause issues for veterans with PTSD

The fireworks we've all been hearing as we approach the Fourth of July may be fun for kids, but they can be deeply disturbing for many veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

Expert: Shark attacks are 'mistakes'

Shark conservationist Jim Abernethy says the shark attacks off of Florida beaches and across the country should really be identified as “shark mistakes.”

Behind the Kitchen Door: Giovanni's

Local 6's Erik von Ancken goes behind the kitchen door of Giovanni's.

BKD: Sushi restaurant shut down 3 times

It's perhaps the worst inspection record in Central Florida: a restaurant that has been closed six times in less than a year.

Troy Bridges tracks rain for the fireworks

Local 6 meteorologist discusses the chances that your holiday weekend plans will be rained out.

Cops: Postal worker went into rage

A Brevard County U.S. Postal Service employee was arrested Wednesday after police say he hit a 55-year-old woman in the face in a fit of road rage.

Shark flips fisherman out of kayak

A Florida angler was close to becoming a shark's lunch after it flipped the fisherman over in his kayak in the middle of the ocean.

Spectators gather for Red, Hot & Boom

Rockets will be lighting up the skies over Altamonte Springs for Red, Hot and Boom at Cranes Roost Park, one of Central Florida's biggest fireworks shows.

Investigation over sea turtle pictures underway

Florida Fish and Wildlife Officials are looking into photos that appear to show girls sitting on a turtle.

The Big Drive: Future landscaping

The Big Drive: Future landscaping

Schemes and Ripoffs: Federal grant scam

Schemes and Ripoffs: Federal grant scam

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Simplest obituary: ‘Doug died’

A North Dakota man pulls off one last joke with his own obituary.

Sea turtle photos prompt investigation

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials are looking into photos that appear to show girls sitting on a turtle.

Behind Kitchen Door Allen's Creamery 6-26-15

Behind Kitchen Door Allen's Creamery 6-26-15

Orange County Public Schools pushes to help increase recycling

Orange County Public Schools are getting the word out about going green.

Fourth of July road closures

The Big Drive: Fourth of July road closures

Fans fly Confederate flag at NASCAR race in Daytona Beach

Despite requests from NASCAR, fans gearing up for this week's race in Daytona Beach are flying the Confederate flag.

Police name boyfriend person of interest in murder

Titusville Police are calling Quinton Woodruff, the boyfriend of Brandee Kelley, a person of interest in Kelley's death.

Consumer Report: Whole Foods, Facebook logo, selfies and shopping

Consumer Report: Whole Foods, Facebook logo, selfies and shopping

Brevard ready for beach weekend

Brevard County lifeguards are getting ready for big crowds for the holiday weekend.

July Fourth threat prompts security plan

Local authorities say onlookers at fireworks shows should be aware of their surroundings.

Dad finds 5-year-old girl strapped down at dentist's office

A man is upset that his 5-year-old girl was restrained during a recent trip to the dentist.

Expert: Shark attacks are 'mistakes'

Shark conservationist Jim Abernethy says the shark attacks off of Florida beaches and across the country should really be identified as “shark mistakes.”

Rocket launch hopes to boost ISS supplies

A Progress cargo ship launches on board a Soyuz rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Web Extra: Extended interview with shark expert

Conservationist Jim Abernathy discusses a shark's nature.

Red Hot & Boom to kick off tonight

Orlando's 18th annual Red Hot & Boom celebration is kicking off tonight in Altamonte Springs, rain or shine.

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