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Missing Child Alert issued for 11-year-old Jacksonville girl

Florida Department of Law Enforcement issued a Missing Child Alert for 11 year-old Addison Terry of Jacksonville Thursday. According to FDLE, Addison was last seen...
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SWFL real estate market is booming

After the blue-green algae crisis pummeled Southwest Florida, home values and sales sank. But not anymore. Now, clean water may be helping fuel a...
Sanibel Island beach front. (Credit: CBS)

Cape Coral man pleads guilty to mail fraud in illegal fishing scheme

A Cape Coral man has pleaded guilty to mail fraud in connection to an illegal fishing scheme. United States Attorney Maria Chapa Lopez says, Mark...

Naked Florida man wearing bra burglarizes several cars in parking lot

A naked Florida man wearing nothing but a woman’s bra was caught on camera over the weekend burglarizing several cars in a New Port...
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State to require mental health classes in public schools starting in sixth grade

Public schools will be required to teach students at least five hours of mental health instruction beginning in 6th grade, under a mandate approved...

Nearly 90 hummus products recalled over listeria concerns

Hummus products sold nationwide under 11 different brands are being recalled due to possible listeria concerns. The products were made between May 30 and June...
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North Port man nearly loses his leg from rattlesnake bite

Excruciating pain and a bite so devastating that a victim nearly lost his leg. As Earl Hjertstedt  recovers from a rattlesnake bite, he share his...
John Bloodsworth, 37. (Credit: Daytona Beach Sheriff's Office)

Florida dad says he tossed boy in ocean to teach him to swim

A drunken Florida man is accused of throwing his 5-year-old son into the Atlantic Ocean as a swim lesson, then doing back flips off...

Insects released into the wild to control invasive Brazilian peppertree

Several local and federal agencies today took another step in protecting America's Everglades by releasing an insect reared to combat the invasive Brazilian peppertree. The...

Hurricane Irma flood insurance payments top $1 billion in Florida

Nearly two years after Hurricane Irma struck Florida, FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has paid more than $1 billion towards 21,949 flood insurance...

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