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  • Credit-card, debit-card risks grow as thieves 'skim' your numbers

    Credit-card, debit-card risks grow as thieves 'skim' your numbers
    Without a gun, without a knife, without breaking into the bank he preyed upon, a young man in a baseball cap and sunglasses stole thousands of dollars from clueless customers at an Orlando SunTrust. When he thought no one was looking, police say, he...
  • Zimmerman's new attorney: My client is a victim

    Zimmerman's new attorney: My client is a victim
    George Zimmerman's new attorney, Hal Uhrig, has come out swinging. Less than 72 hours after announcing he was on the defense team, he's done interviews on CBS, NBC, CNN and the Fox network, and he's aggressively pushing this message: George Zimmerman is a...
  • ‘Blue Bloods’ leads CBS to Friday win; ‘School Pride’ tanks on NBC

     
    Another Friday, another CBS victory in the ratings. “School Pride,” from University of Central Florida grad Cheryl Hines, debuted on NBC. But viewers simply weren't interested: Just 2.9 million tuned in the reality show that rallies...
  • State puts brakes on joint barbershop inspections, launches internal review

    State puts brakes on joint barbershop inspections, launches internal review
    The state agency that paired with the Orange County Sheriff's Office for a series of unorthodox inspections of Pine Hills-area barbershops told the Orlando Sentinel on Thursday that it will halt the practice until an internal review is completed. The...
  • Criminal barbering? Raids at Orange County shops lead to arrests, raise questions

    Criminal barbering? Raids at Orange County shops lead to arrests, raise questions
    As many as 14 armed Orange County deputies, including narcotics agents, stormed Strictly Skillz barbershop during business hours on a Saturday in August, handcuffing barbers in front of customers during a busy back-to-school weekend. It was just one of a...
  • Bad eviction: Landlord attacked tenants inside trailer with forklift, deputies say

    There is a legal process for evicting tenants — and it doesn't involve using a forklift. Unless you want a lift to jail. John Miller is accused of intentionally driving a forklift into a trailer he owns in Apopka, knowing people were inside,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Cops: Man Raped Toddler at SeaWorld, Recorded Crime on Cell Phone

    Cops: Man Raped Toddler at SeaWorld, Recorded Crime on Cell Phone
    ORANGE COUNTY, Fla -- A man faces charges of raping a two-year-old girl last week at SeaWorld Orlando after her mother left him to watch the toddler, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office. The crime was discovered when pictures of the rape were...
  • DNA exonerations prove eyewitnesses make mistakes

    DNA exonerations prove eyewitnesses make mistakes
    In a Tampa courtroom in 1981, Alan Crotzer watched as five people took the stand and swore that he was one of the men who kidnapped a 12-year-old girl and 38-year-old woman during a botched home invasion. The child and woman testified that he later...