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Here's what you need to know Thursday, March 15:
Saucy attempt at revenge
When plotting a way to get revenge, things can get messy, and deputies say it especially did for these two Volusia County men looking to get back at another man they had both dated. Deputies say the duo tried to burn the man's house down by putting spaghetti sauce in a pot to boil in the middle of the night then putting a washcloth by the burner. Read more about their alleged scheme and how it turned out for everyone involved here.
Toys R (no longer) Us
It's a sad day for people who grew up as "Toys 'R' Us" kids, as the company announced Wednesday that it would close all of its toy stores. The company's closures, which will include its Babies 'R' Us brand, could leave 33,000 without jobs. Read why the company is shutting its doors and more about the economic impact here.
Small artist, big opportunity
An 11-year-old artist from Winter Park is about to showcase her photography work in her city's art festival, making her the youngest person to ever be featured in the festival. Check out her work here and wish her luck in the festival in the comments below or on our News 6 Facebook page.
Do your rain dance
After a chilly morning, temperatures will warm up a bit Thursday as conditions stay dry. The dry air means the risk for brush fires is continuing to increase and more burn bans are popping up in the Orlando area. Find the full forecast and see if a burn ban is issued for your area here.
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