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Bruce Rich didn't fare so well in the Florida justice system in 1999, when a Miami-Dade County jury found him guilty of murdering his parents and a judge sentenced him to life in prison.
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Gov. Rick Scott will lead a state delegation to Chile next week, his eighth overseas trade mission since taking office.
The unemployment rate for Pinellas County dropped to 6.5 percent in April, according to the May 17 report from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity.
The official start of hurricane season is just two weeks away and the Florida Department of Children and Families is taking action to be ready.
Good evening. A decrease in crime in the Sunshine State last year... 2012 had a lower number of thefts, robberies and burglaries than the year before.
A week ago Monday was the first annual Miss Castle Lounge Pageant at, of course, Castle Lounge in Hollywood.
A 45-year-old youth minister attending a religious conference in Florida was arrested last week after he answered an online advertisement offering sex with a 14-year-old girl, police said.
The 28-year-old son of a Florida fertility doctor has been charged by federal authorities with tricking his girlfriend into taking a pill used to induce labor and cause an abortion, killing the fetus she was carrying.
A Tallahassee group with close business ties is rolling out its annual list of recommended budget vetoes.
Sumter County detectives need help in identifying the murder victim whose body was found near the highway exit where Interstate 75 and Florida's Turnpike intersect.
Two former death row inmates who have since been exonerated urged Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday to veto legislation that would expedite the state's capital punishment process, worrying it will condemn some innocent people to death.
They say the Pension Reform Agreement is good for taxpayers. Tell us what you think.
MIDDLEBURG, Fla. -- A second Clay County teen has come forward, claiming to be a victim of bullying in recent months at Middleburg High School.
The state-created fund that backs up private insurers in Florida is in the best financial shape it has been in years - maybe the best since it was created in 1993.
Albert Crandall, 56, faces one count of second-degree murder. If convicted as charged, he faces a sentence ranging roughly from 21 years to life in prison, prosecutors say.
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida -- After the 10 News Investigators revealed the Florida Department of Transportation is shortening some yellow lights across the state, thus creating more red light camera revenue, a number of lawmakers are calling on state transportation leaders to act.