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Commissioners in plant city are considering a major change to drum up business in the downtown area.
Saturday, Santa traded in his sleigh for an airboat to visit residents of the Russell Home, a place for special needs adults and children in Kissimmee.
Few details were immediately released, but officials said deputies went to the home at 10675 Mere Parkway around 11 a.m. for a well-being check.
A coffee shop is collecting food for a man they say stole from the tip jar.
Icy roads forced hundreds of drivers to abandon their vehicles on Interstate 35 in north Texas.
President Barack Obama is calling on Congress to extend benefits for the long-term unemployed before they expire at the end of the year.
North Carolina Rep. Renee Ellmers gave the Republican weekly address for Dec. 7, 2013.
Three people were shot after a fight broke out in a RaceTrac gas station parking lot.
The commission is expected to vote on a proposal after a public hearing Monday night.
One person is dead after a crash on the entrance ramp from eastbound I-4 to Florida's Turnpike.
Anthony Garofalo found a box full of U.S. bonds three years ago. Now he's looking for the owner.
An Honor Guard performs at fallen Pinellas County soldier's funeral.
According to the Polk County Sheriff's Office, Alicia Battle was playing in her back yard with her cousins when the two dogs got into the yard and attacked her.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation is sending Jose Fateo, 9, and his family to New York City.
Pearl Harbor survivor John Hatcher speaks after a ceremony honoring the survivors.
The Dunnellon Police Department shared a short clip on Facebook of Santa’s elves stealthily, and not-so-stealthily, sneaking out of a patrol vehicle.
One of Brevard County's largest employers is once again in the holiday spirit, helping children who otherwise would go without.
Gabriel Brignoni, 32, was arrested for robbing a Wells Fargo bank after deputies said he left his ID behind.
Jeraldine Williams lived in South Africa from 1994-2000. She worked as a business consultant and journalist covering the country both during and after apartheid.
A group of Bradenton women are helping troops overseas.