| Nov 30, 2011
"We've watched so much trash TV thinking that polygraphs are the end-all and be-all of whether somebody is telling the truth or not," NeJame said....
| Dec 19, 2009
| 6:57 PM
An Orlando-based cigar company has offered the world's top-ranked golfer an endorsement deal well below what he's used to: just $100,000.
Corona Cigar Co.'s management said the sex scandal involving Tiger Woods may just make it possible for companies...
| Dec 14, 2009
Investigators from the Department of Children and Families visited the home of Tiger Woods last week, according to unconfirmed reports.
Celebrity site TMZ and RadarOnline reported DCF received a complaint Friday and called the Orange County Sheriff's...
| Nov 29, 2009
| 8:46 AM
The wife of the world's No.1 golfer Tiger Woods used one of his tools -- a golf club -- to smash open a window of his crashed SUV and then pulled him out of the damaged vehicle after an early-morning accident Friday outside their Isleworth mansion.
| Nov 29, 2009
| 8:22 AM
Click here for Tiger Woods accident update: "Tiger Woods on accident: 'Situation is my fault' ; lawyer Mark NeJame tells FHP today's interview is canceled"
Transcript of 911 call placed by neighbor about Tiger Woods
| Nov 29, 2009
| 11:42 AM
Tiger Woods declined investigators' requests for information about his early-morning crash for the third straight day Sunday but put a statement on his Web site that said the accident "is a private matter and I want to keep it that way."
On the same...
| Nov 30, 2009
| 4:31 AM
Despite presenting his side of the car-crash story and asking that it remain "a private matter," Tiger Woods may still not be in the clear.
Troopers arriving at his Isleworth home requesting an interview were turned down for a third straight day, but the...
| Dec 12, 2009
| 8:48 PM
If you can answer more than eight of these questions about Tiger Woods, you need to spend more time reading about Afghanistan and climate change.
1. What did Tiger say after Elin Nordegren Woods pulled him out of the Escapade?
A) Put me back!
| Aug 21, 2010
| 7:34 PM
What do you get when you mix a heinous child murder with simmering public outrage, an insatiable media appetite and high-powered legal egos?
The Casey Anthony case.
Consider the recent developments in Orlando's infamous crime story:
| Oct 13, 2010
| 12:35 PM
The elderly man whose neck was broken during a confrontation with an Orlando police officer last month is no longer in a coma.
Daniel Daley, 84, was placed in a medically-induced coma after he had surgery to repair a broken vertebra in September.
| Apr 5, 2010
First came the shouting in the morning. Then came the ruling in the afternoon. Judge Stan Strickland has denied the Casey Anthony defense team's move to seek all documents on Texas EquuSearch volunteers who looked for Caylee Anthony. Casey Anthony is...