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  • Casey Anthony's Parents "Have No Idea What Happened" To Caylee

    Casey Anthony's Parents "Have No Idea What Happened" To Caylee
    ORLANDO, Fla. -- Cindy Anthony, the mother of Casey Anthony, tearfully watched a video of her daughter playing with her granddaughter, Caylee Anthony, as her daughter's murder trial resumed Friday. Casey Anthony, watching the same video from the...
  • Day 1: Cops crash often, ticketed rarely

    Day 1: Cops crash often, ticketed rarely
    Every day, about 20 Florida police cars crash into something: another vehicle, a person, a utility pole. Every year, those crashes kill 20 people, hurt 2,400 others and cause $25 million in property damage, an Orlando Sentinel investigation has found....
  • Few agencies follow Monroe sheriff's lead on cop-chase reforms

    Few agencies follow Monroe sheriff's lead on cop-chase reforms
    The wake-up call for the Monroe County Sheriff's Office came the evening of June 22, 2010, when a deputy driving 106 mph on U.S. Highway 1 in Key Largo swerved around a slower vehicle, lost control and crashed into a parked truck. Deputy Melissa J....
  • Nike sneaker release nixed in Florida after customers riot

    Nike sneaker release nixed in Florida after customers riot
    The release of the new Nike sneaker at a Florida mall ahead of the NBA All-Star Weekend was canceled Friday after riot police were forced to break up fights among the crowd outside an Orlando store. Hundreds of people were dispersed from the Foot...
  • Search Group Sues Casey Anthony for More than $100,000

    Search Group Sues Casey Anthony for More than $100,000
    ORLANDO, Fla. -- A non-profit group on Wednesday served Casey Anthony in jail with a lawsuit seeking to recoup more than $100,000 spent on the massive 2008 search for her 2-year-old daughter Caylee. The lawsuit filed by Texas EquuSearch is the second...
  • Jury Reaches Verdict in Casey Anthony Trial

    Jury Reaches Verdict in Casey Anthony Trial
    After deliberating for less than 11 hours in two days, jurors who will determine Casey Anthony's fate just notified the court they have reached a verdict in her first-degree murder case, prompting scores of people to gather at the Orange County...
  • Scott Maxwell: Cop talk: Good, bad and just plain weird

    Scott Maxwell: Cop talk: Good, bad and just plain weird
    In today's Friday Files, we have scary new poll results for Gov. Rick Scott and a few other politicians, praise for a new cop program and more. But first, it's time to check back on some of the controversial late-night arrests in downtown Orlando....
  • Casey Anthony To Be Free Hours From Now

    Casey Anthony To Be Free Hours From Now
    Casey Anthony is scheduled to go free sometime Sunday, but before she leaves jail, several demonstrators are taking one last opportunity to make their feelings known about Anthony and the legal case against her. The demonstrators gathered outside the...
  • Casey Anthony released from jail; where will she go now?

    Speculation about Casey Anthony's whereabouts is reaching a fever pitch as media and the public alike wonder where the 25-year-old will begin living out her freedom. A local television station is reporting Anthony boarded a plane that left Orlando...
  • Casey Anthony is free but can't escape speculation about future

    With the exception of a few frenetic moments when she was released from the Orange County Jail early Sunday, the public has not laid eyes on Casey Anthony as a free woman. Oh, there's been plenty of speculation — she boarded a plane for Ohio at the...
  • 'Blue Mass' dedicated to area's first responders

    'Blue Mass' dedicated to area's first responders
    First responders are doing God's work, serving as angels to help those in need, Orlando Bishop John Noonan said during a special Mass Thursday at St. James Cathedral. The 10th annual Blue Mass, so called because it is dedicated to police, firefighters,...