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  • Man arrested in shooting of 12-year-old in Cocoa, deputies say

    Man arrested in shooting of 12-year-old in Cocoa, deputies say
    A 25-year-old man is facing charges after a child was shot in the leg in Cocoa on Thursday.
  • PNC renews golf contract, keeping Father/Son Challenge in Orlando

    PNC renews golf contract, keeping Father/Son Challenge in Orlando
    Golf legends will continue to gather in Orlando for a family-friendly December tournament. IMG Golf announced PNC Financial Services Group renewed its title sponsorship of the Father/Son Challenge, an event that pairs major championship tournament...

    Teen wishes for mentor and gets one

    Teen wishes for mentor and gets one
    Arman Molla was diagnosed with bone cancer nearly two years ago when he was just 15. In the hospital he had a lot of time to think. Too much time, he says. He started to let himself wonder if he would ever be able to sky-dive. Or even if he would...

    Mount Dora Christian Home & Bible student wins President's Award

    Mount Dora Christian Home & Bible student wins President's Award
    MOUNT DORA — To walk across the stage and receive a diploma at high-school graduation is a thrill for any young person. But for Brianna Ryan, 18, of Eustis, it was an accomplishment that also enabled her to receive the President's Award for...

    Cars become 'hot ovens' for unattended kids, doctor says

    Cars become 'hot ovens' for unattended kids, doctor says
    The inside of a parked car can quickly turn into a furnace, especially in Florida. Adding a young child to the sweltering box — with summertime temps of 90 to 100 degrees — could be a fatal mistake, child experts say. A 15-month-old boy...