The trial for the directors of the “American Front” white supremacist group has been continued to July because of “discovery issues,” after the directors were arrested in May 2012 for trying to start a race war.
In Winter Park, a traffic sign usually reserved for warnings about street closures, is now telling oncoming drivers to “smoke weed erryday.”
Last week, a 27-year old mother was mauled by six dogs while protecting her young daughter from them, but now, after the bites became infected over the weekend, she finds herself in the hospital again.
For one Florida family, Mother’s Day did not start off as expected, as they went outside to discover an eight-foot long alligator sitting on their porch.
The Florida drug scene is seeing a return to heroin as the cheapest drug on the streets as users seek an alternative to the pill mills, which became too expensive as the state cracked down on them. Reports the Miami Herald: Kevin Foley stood before a judge in Broward County’s drug court — fellow abusers […]
After Rick Scott passed a bill outlawing gambling video machines in Florida last year, entertainment venues everywhere found their machines confiscated, and even more venues – mom and pop stores, little cafes and more – simply removed the machines themselves, fearing that the law would descend upon them.
Scott Kimbrough, a teacher at Lyman High School in Seminole County, was hauled off campus in handcuffs after it was alleged that he was having sex with a 17-year-old student.
Anthony Miller landed behind bars at age 13 after a spell of gang violence, drugs and alcohol, but now, at age 18, he has found God, football, and is currently reforming his life in a positive way as he prepares to study at the Christian school, Warner University.
In the wake of the immense national interest and speculation surrounding the George Zimmerman-Trayvon Martin case, which exploded last year, the Zimmerman defense team requests an anonymous, isolated jury to try and keep Zimmerman’s final judgment unbiased.