Administrator Of Florida Licenses Suspended After Investigation Reveals 'Immediate Danger To Public'An authorized third-party administrator of the Florida driver license test, Universal Driving School, Inc., has been suspended by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, the agency announced Friday.
Tyson Foods Recalls More Than 190,000 Pounds Of Chicken FrittersHard plastic contamination is the reason Tyson Foods, Inc. says it has recalled more than 190,000 pounds of fully cooked 'Whole Grain Golden Crispy Chicken Chunk Fritters.'
Top Spots To Buy Headphones In South FloridaLooking for a new pair of headphones or earbuds? Be sure to check out these great electronics stores and options in South Florida for the latest and greatest headphones.
Foster Children Partake In Exhibit To Find Loving HomesA group of children looking for loving homes, may get their wish thanks to an annual South Florida exhibit meant to connect them to families.
Top Screen Printing And Embroidery Shops In South FloridaAre you planning a family reunion or a corporate retreat? Consider ordering apparel with your logo or name imprinted on them. Screen printing or embroidering your logo or name on an item would be a great way to commemorate the event. With the computerized machinery available now, screen printing or embroidery are now affordable enough to fit every budget.
Florida DOH: Tattoo Ink Used In Miami-Area Linked To InfectionHealth officials are warning tattoo-seekers after certain inks have been linked to infection.
Bush Earned Over $9M From Business, Speaking Gigs Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush got more than $9 million in the last 17 months for speaking gigs among other business interests, according to newly released financial records.
FDA Suspends Local Blood Bank License After Inspection Federal officials suspended the license of a local blood bank after an inspection revealed a series of violations that could "constitute a danger to health."
Families Challenge Children's Removal From Specialized Medical CareThe families of four Florida children with special health-care needs have filed a challenge to a new state process that removed them from a program providing services to medically fragile kids.
Lawsuit Targets Religious MonumentAn atheists' group filed a lawsuit aimed at removing a granite monument of the 10 Commandments that stands outside a Levy County courthouse.
Court: Don't Blame High Heels For Slip & FallAn appeals court on Friday overturned a judge's ruling that a woman was partially at fault after slipping and falling at work while wearing high heels.
Silent Killer? Study Raises Questions On Firefighter GearAs smoke, feared to be toxic, stains South Florida skies, Miami-Dade firefighters don traditional personal protective equipment to save their lives.
College Student Convicted For Involvement In Stolen Identity Tax FraudA 24-year-old, after a three-day trial, has been convicted for her involvement in a stolen identity tax refund fraud scheme involving her student financial services account.
Wal-Mart, Casinos, AIF Among Latest Inaugural DonorsWithin days of Florida Governor Rick Scott's inauguration ceremony, a list of the donors for the event was released.
Records Show Broad Effort To Funnel Maps Through Public The Florida Supreme Court released records Tuesday that gave more insight into an alleged plan by Republican political consultants to funnel maps through the public.