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AFTER A HUGE FIRE RIP FOR, LIKE, SOMEONE TO GO THROUGH THIS AND TO LOSE EVERYTHING IS JUST SAD.
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A 35-year-old Michigan man will spend five months in prison after pleading guilty to a wildlife trafficking offense which involved the poaching of baby alligators and more.
7 hrs ago | South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Thanks to mostly clear skies, many South Floridians had front-row seat early Tuesday to the first total lunar eclipse of 2014.
11 hrs ago | ABC Action News
Randy Avent, North Carolina State University's associate vice-chancellor of research development, has been appointed the first president of Florida Polytechnic, the Lakeland university announced Monday.
15 hrs ago | SFGate
Three Southern Republican governors are writing President Barack Obama to complain about newly announced Medicare Advantage payments.
After a bear mauled a woman in the driveway of her suburban Florida home, dragging her four feet before she escaped, wildlife officials said Monday that they had killed five of the animals, who had become dangerously accustomed to humans.
With the federal government making clear last week that no new Medicaid money is coming Florida's way, legislators say it's important they re-evaluate a new funding model that safety-net hospitals say will cost them hundreds of millions of dollars a year.
A judge has set bail at $100,000 for a man accused in a crash that killed a 4-year-old girl and injured 14 people at a central Florida daycare center.
The Florida Legislature is considering a plan that would change the way the state pays to treat people who need emergency mental health care, a move critics say would gut the current system to benefit large hospital systems.
A water moccasin bit the 29-year-old man on Alligator Alley, Fla. His girlfriend snapped a picture of it, enabling officials to identify it quickly and stablize him.
Farewell, Florida. My newly retired husband and I are flying to California on one-way tickets.
Odds are increasing that El Nino will emerge by this summer, and that could be a lucky charm for storm-vulnerable South Florida.
Only 10 miles from where another Florida woman was attacked by black bear last year, a 45-year-old Seminole woman was attacked by as many as five black bears that were rummaging through her garage for food.
Like a flashback to the cocaine-cowboy days of the 1980s, drug running is making a comeback in Florida, and federal authorities are harnessing new technology to try to catch the smugglers.
Central Florida is scheduled to roll out a commuter rail system on May 1 along a major interstate corridor that runs through downtown Orlando, becoming the first new system to open in the United States in three years.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush participates in a discussion with teachers and administrators at KIPP Academy in northeast Oklahoma City on Tuesday.