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Company Offers QR Codes For High-Tech Gravestones

You might think gravestones would be stuck in the “stone age” and tough to turn high-tech, but one monument company has come up with a way to use cell phones to link loved ones to living memorials.


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Mobile Banking Apps: Convenient Or Costly?

Mobile banking may be the most convenient way to keep track of your money, but are you putting your personal information at risk every time you log in?



New Caffeinated Potato Chips Offer Boost Of Energy

If you need a jolt of energy, coffee and sodas are not the only answer anymore.


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Get Your Mortgage Paid For By Turning Your House Into A Billboard

Would you paint your house orange or green, if it meant living mortgage free for a year? Some local residents are hoping to turn their homes into gigantic billboards and cash in.



New Social Networking Sites Helping People Meet Offline

Have you ever wanted to try your hand at sushi rolling? Brew your own beer or simply make some new friends?


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Sanford City Council Votes No Confidence In Police Chief

The Sanford City Council, by a 3-2 margin, has agreed to a no-confidence vote for Sanford’s police chief.


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Trayvon Martin’s Parents Appear At NYC March

The parents of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, who was shot to death by a neighborhood watch captain in Sanford, Florida, are set to attend a march in his memory Wednesday night in New York City.


A procedure allows patients to lengthen their legs for medical or cosmetic reasons (CBS4)

Cosmetic Procedure Gives Patients The Gift Of Height

Can you imagine growing six inches in just three months? It’s possible and we are not talking a growth spurt. We are talking about the new medical advancement that is lengthening people’s legs and it’s done right here in South Florida.


Large Burmese Pythons are regularly encountered in the Everglades. (Source: National Park Service)

Pythons Moving From Everglades To Concrete Jungle

Pythons have been getting a lot of attention lately. The snakes have spread across South Florida, and the nuisance has lead to a ban which has spiked a campaign from those in favor and those against the reptiles who are not native to Florida.


Large Burmese Pythons are regularly encountered in the Everglades. (Source: National Park Service)

Pythons Migrating To The Keys

If you’re a resident of South Florida, you know about the invasion of pythons in the Everglades. Now however, experts say the pythons can actually leave the swamps and survive in saltwater.