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Kebabs and burgers were the meats of choice for lapsing vegetarians.
A South Florida woman has been arrested after police say she beat her son with a belt and punched him in the face, giving him a black eye, because of bad report card grades.
Police say a Florida man set up fake job interviews and even collected urine samples from potential applicants, so he could access their Social Security numbers, bank information and other personal data.
Detectives in Florida say they're trying to figure out the whereabouts of a 9-week-old baby as his parents are being held in a jail in South Carolina awaiting extradition on child neglect charges.
The families of three high school students who died after being hypnotized by a former principal will receive $200,000 each from the Sarasota County School District under a settlement agreement unanimously approved by the School Board on Tuesday.
A Tampa-based radio host has admitted that he attempted to tamper with ratings by trying to influence the listening habits of a person participating in a Nielsen survey.
A man convicted of killing his daughter, his ex-wife, his former mother-in-law and his former sister-in-law is scheduled to die Oct. 29.
The El Faro carried a crew of 28 Americans and five Polish workers when it sank in the Atlantic after losing engine power amid Hurricane Joaquin's 50-foot waves and 140 mph winds. One body has been sighted in the debris area, but the search continues for survivors. Here are some of the people who were on the ship:
The Florida Supreme Court has suspended a county judge who was captured on video berating and threatening to assault a public defender.
Authorities say a former personal assistant for Major League pitcher Bronson Arroyo fraudulently sold Arroyo's yacht in Florida.