Rock Your Body: Justin Timberlake Has Top Moment At CMAsTaylor Swift may have left country for pop, but after his top notch night at the CMA Awards, Justin Timberlake could easily trade pop for country.
Records: Woman Died After Riding Disney's Space MountainA woman died after riding Walt Disney World's Space mountain this past summer, records show.
Florida Gets Chunk From UPS Settlement A multi-million dollar settlement has been reached with UPS in a lawsuit claiming bad delivery practices.
Little Big Town, Eric Church Lead CMA NominationsLittle Big Town crushed it with their song "Girl Crush" and are tied with Eric Church with five nominations each at this year's Country Music Association Awards.
Legally Speaking: Suing Ashley Madison After The HackThe Ashley Madison hacking scandal is already leading to lawsuits against the company.
A Music Lover's Guide To The SouthGuide to five of the most important cities to visit in the South for music lovers
School Psychologist Facing Child Porn ChargesA school psychologist got caught with child porn on his computer, according to Broward Sheriff's Deputies.
Gov. Scott Orders Inspections Of Planned ParenthoodsGov. Rick Scott ordered state health officials to inspect Planned Parenthood offices that perform abortions.
Gov. Scott Orders Guard Recruiters To Work From ArmoryFlorida Governor Rick Scott ordered the state's National Guard recruiters to work in nearby armories, following the deadly shooting in Tennessee that killed four marines and one sailor.
Jeb Bush: Allow Guns In Military Recruiting OfficesPresidential candidate Jeb Bush said the ban on carrying guns in military recruiting offices should be lifted.
Local Military Recruiters Keep Doors Open Despite Tenn. ShootingFuture soldiers, with dreams to protect and defend the U.S. are still making their way in and out of recruiting offices around South Florida – despite the tragedy in Tennessee.
Confederate Flag Flap Renews Old HopeThe flap over Confederate flags now sweeping the nation is stirring in the Florida Panhandle, where folks who failed to get the controversial banner removed more than a decade ago have revived their efforts.