Deputy Fired For Taking Naked Pics On Duty A sheriff's deputy who took partially naked photos of himself while on duty has been fired.
Dash Cam Captures High Speed Chase & Fight With DUI SuspectDash cam captured a chase and then a brutal fight between two Indian River County Sheriff's Office deputies and the man they were pursuing.
Deputies: Man High On Flakka Tries To Break Into Florida JailA man high on the drug Flakka tried to break into a Florida jail all while cameras captured the incident, deputies said.
DOH Confirms Another Case Of Measles In FloridaFlorida health officials have confirmed another case of the measles in the state.
Florida Confirms Measles In 2 Unvaccinated AdultsTwo cases of measles have been confirmed by the Florida's Department of Health. The measles were found in two unvaccinated adults in Indian River County.
E-Cigarette Bill Draws FireNobody in the Capitol, it seems, wants minors to buy electronic cigarettes. But an effort to ban sales of the trendy nicotine-delivery tubes to people under 18 has run into controversy in the state House.
Attorney For Teen Lesbian Wants Judge To Step DownThe attorney for Kaitlyn Hunt, the 18-year-old charged with a felony for her relationship with a 14-year-old basketball teammate, is asking for the judge to remove himself from the case.
Teen Lesbian Rejects Plea Deal Over School AffairKaitlyn Hunt, an 18-year-old lesbian accused of having a relationship with a 14-year-old basketball teammate rejected a plea deal Friday that would have kept her name off the Florida sex offender registry.
Underage High School Lesbian Relationship Sparks ControversyAn 18-year old lesbian could face up to 15 years in prison, and be registered as a sex offender, after she allegedly had a relationship with her 14-year old high-school basketball teammate.
Dade Shelter Starts Program To Save Dogs From EuthanasiaThousands of dogs die every year at Miami-Dade Animal Services because space is limited, too few dogs are adopted, and new animals arrive every day. The numbers have drawn sharp criticism from animal activists, but now the country is moving to make charges.
Federal Judge Rules Florida Death Penalty Law UnconstitutionalA South Florida federal judge has ruled that based on the current sentencing statute, Florida’s death penalty is unconstitutional. The decision came in ruling in a 20-year-old murder case from Indian River County on Florida’s Treasure Coast.