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Swimmer struggling off Cocoa Beach saved

A man struggling to keep his head above water off the coast of Cocoa Beach Saturday is rescued.

Arrest made in carjackings

The suspect in a pair of overnight carjackings is under arrest.

Teen sought in stepdad's murder

Deputies are searching for Sidney Ferguson, 19, the man they believe murdered his stepfather Friday night in Ocala.

Local teens escape Nepal earthquake

Local teens who were in Nepal when the 7.8 earthquake struck were reunited with their family Friday.

Disney announces summer celebration plans

Disney is counting down to what it calls the coolest summer ever.

Car ignites at gas station

Authorities are investigating a fire that ignited at a gas station.

Scarlett Johansson screams during TV prank

Chris Evans gave his "Avengers" co-star Scarlett Johansson a scare when the actress was being interviewed by Ellen DeGeneres.

Groundbreaking for Ace Cafe Orlando

A little bit of London is coming to downtown Orlando as work starts on an iconic British restaurant.

Consumer Report: Ford recall, Hulu

Eryka Washington covers consumer news.

Behind the Kitchen Door: Wagon Wheel Pizza

A restaurant rich with history and perfect inspections, Erik von Ancken takes viewers to a pizza place that has been around almost a half century.

Closings in Stand Your Ground hearing

The "stand your ground" hearing for the man accused of shooting his neighbor 11 times and killing two others in Brevard County continues.

Police search for sex assault victims

Police search for sex assault victims

Behind Kitchen Door: 4 shut down restaurants back open

Erik von Ancken visits four shut down restaurants that are now back open

Cops search home in sexual batteries

A man accused of shooting a man 11 times and killing two others in Brevard County is expected to take the stand in his "stand your ground" hearing.

SunRail celebrates 1 year of service

Central Florida's commuter train, SunRail, celebrates its one-year anniversary.

Cops: Teacher had sex relationship with student

A high school teacher was arrested on accusations of having a months-long sexual relationship with a 14-year-old student.

OPD officer fired after on-duty shooting

An Orlando police officer has been fired after an internal investigation found that the officer violated regulations in a shooting while on duty.

Behind Kitchen Door: Bayridge working to fix violations

Local 6 goes behind the kitchen door of Bayridge Sushi.


Dog owner's big right hand takes down bear

Carl Moore of Meadow Vista, California, says he was protecting his dogs when he went after an intruder armed only with his fists. It didn't matter that the intruder was a 300-pound bear.

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Tenn. students served meat from 2009

Students at a school district in Tennessee were served meat from 2009 at lunch last week. The meat had been in the freezer for several years before being served. It's not clear if it was tainted and there are no reports of students getting sick.

Jeff Bezos’ reusable rocket tested

Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin tested its reusable "New Shepard" rocket design in Texas.

Family, friends remember woman murdered

A woman who was found by her children with her throat slit is remembered by friends, family and colleagues.

Habitat for Humanity builds home for family

Habitat for Humanity is helping a single mother of three who was nearly homeless.

Property values plummet as golf courses close

In its prime, Lake Orlando Golf Club had manicured greens, magnificent views over lakes and majestic cypress trees. That's a far cry from what it's like now.

Filipinos gather in stadiums to watch boxing match

Millions in the Philippines watched the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, which was broadcast on all major television networks, shown in stadiums and parks, and even in movie theaters. Some 10,000 gathered for a free screening in a basketball stadium in the Manila neighborhood of San Andres.

Cops: Man left daughter alone in cart

A father arrested for child neglect after leaving his little girl alone in the aisle of a local Walmart told Local 6 it was all a big misunderstanding. "I am a good father," he told Local 6.

Nepal orphanage founded by local woman damaged

As an earthquake devastated Nepal, leveling homes and killing thousands, Tracy Brandt feared for the children of her orphanage.

SWOP trains adults with disabilities

The Seminole Work Opportunity Program is giving independence to some people with learning disabilities.

Police: Man posed as valet attendant, stole luxury cars

A man is facing charges after Daytona Beach police said he posed as a valet attendant at the Caribbean Jack's Restaurant and stole two luxury cars in August.

Ebola scare: Doctor in hospital again

The doctor once thought to be cured of Ebola is back in the hospital.


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