Officials: Karate Instructor Solicited 11-Year-Old For Sex Authorities have arrested a karate instructor they say solicited an 11-year-old boy for sex.
Deputies: 2 Teens Killed in Shooting Near OrlandoAuthorities say two teens are dead following a shooting outside a home near Orlando.
Florida House Candidate Bob Poe Says He is HIV PositiveA U.S. congressional candidate from Orlando says in a Facebook posting that he is HIV positive.
Scientists Get Money to Study Astronaut MemoryTwo University of Central Florida professors have been awarded $900,000 to study how astronauts' memory and attention spans change during long missions in space.
Judge Dismisses Investor Lawsuit Against SeaWorldA judge in southern California has dismissed a securities fraud lawsuit brought by investors in SeaWorld.
Florida Judge Agrees to Reprimand for Punishing VictimA central Florida judge who jailed a domestic violence victim for not showing up to testify against her alleged abuser last summer has agreed she acted in poor judgment and will accept punishment.
Florida Man Gets 7 Years in Prison for Threatening PresidentA central Florida man has been sentenced to seven years in prison for mailing a letter threatening to kill President Barack Obama and assaulting a U.S. Secret Service agent. The U.S. attorney's office says in a news release that 24-year-old Jeremy Addison was sentenced Tuesday after pleading guilty last October.
Boy In Critical Condition After Falling Into CanalAn 8-year-old boy has been hospitalized after deputies say he fell into a canal near an Orange County elementary school.
Officials: Juvenile Deliberately Ran Over Deputy in FloridaLaw enforcement officials say a juvenile deliberately ran over a deputy near Orlando, and authorities are still looking for the suspect.
Downtown Orlando is Giving Car-Sharing Another RideDowntown Orlando is giving car-sharing another ride.
Officials Consider New Orleans To Orlando Rail ServiceAmtrak and the Southern Rail Commission are conducting a tour along the Gulf Coast to consider the feasibility of bringing passenger rail back to the Gulf Coast, more than a decade after Hurricane Katrina damaged the tracks.
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