Three concurrent investigations into narcotics and weapons sales on the west side of Orange County resulted in 80 arrestsLocal law enforcers teamed up with federal agents to bust 80 people in during a drug-and-gun crackdown dubbed Operation Eternal Vigilance, deputies said today.
Hamas militants killed seven Palestinians suspected of collaborating with Israel in a public execution in a central Gaza square on Friday, witnesses and a Hamas website said.
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A 31-year-old man was arrested last week after allegedly stealing $1,500 in razors in three thefts in less than a month from Walmart and Target in Casselberry, police said.
Online commerce is helping to revive Orlando's industrial real-estate market, which is poised to get about a million square feet of new space during the next year.
For the first time in Florida, a federal judge has ruled that the state's same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional and must be struck down.
Some like it hot, like it is today. And for some, it's not hot enough.
A massive settlement announced Thursday between Bank of America and the U.S. Department of Justice will provide about $1 billion in assistance to thousands of Floridians, state Attorney General Pam Bondi said Thursday.
Two Americans who contracted Ebola have recovered and been released from the Atlanta hospital that treated them with an experimental drug.
Officials are investigating a report about pepper spray being released on a school bus in east Orange County, but no injuries were reported.
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Peter Hayes plays quarterback and attends Orlando Avalon Middle SchoolFSU and Ohio State both got on board early Thursday night and offered scholarships to the eighth-grade brother of 2015 running back star Jacques Patrick.
It turns out you can go home again.
Anyone walking the halls of Lee Middle School or Edgewater High School on the first day of school Monday would have had no trouble picking out the students who violated dress code.
U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle is the fifth judge in two months to make the same findingA Tallahassee federal judge today ruled that Florida's ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional, the fifth judge in the past two months to do so.
Sharyn Trapp has never heard or seen a coyote in her College Park neighborhood.
I love my "critter cam".
Members of a organized theft-ring, including a former candidate for the Brevard County Commission, netted more than $100,000 from selling stolen health products, officials announced today.
Disney is going to be bad to the bone — for one night only.
MIAMI (Reuters) - Seven Miami-area teenagers who sneaked into NBA star Ray Allen's home last week were charged on Wednesday with trespassing, according to the Florida state attorney's office.
The violence-weary town of Ferguson, Missouri, saw a second straight evening of relative calm on Thursday after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teen nearly two weeks ago.
A SWAT Team is at a Melbourne home where a man has barricaded himself with an 8-month-old child, according to MyNews13.com.
University of Central Florida police are searching for an armed man who broke into a student's off-campus apartment and robbed him, officials said.
Apopka functioned with "little executive oversight" during the last years of longtime Mayor John Land, who delegated much of his authority to an administrative officer, according to a consultant hired to examine city operations.
With temperatures in Orlando dwelling in the 90s the past three days, thousands of air conditioners have been running nonstop from noon to night and setting records for electricity consumption.
Technically, the signs on dozens of Orange County schools reminding parents to vote Aug. 26 weren't paid for with taxpayer dollars. However, they were designed using staff time and paid for using a district account.
Online retailer Amazon said it began welcoming 400 employees at its new Lakeland distribution center on Thursday.
The family that brought you the viral hit "Christmas Jammies" are at it again, just in time for the new school year.
Critic contends ALS support for stem-cell research kills babies
A few months ago, Osceola County made a remarkably bad decision – something with the potential to foul the Everglades ecosystem and waste gobs of taxpayer dollars.