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  • 7/17: Deaths in Central Florida

    Brevard MARK ARTLEY, 53, Titusville, died Wednesday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. PAUL GEORGE, 72, Titusville, died Wednesday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. DULCE MARTINS, 92, Titusville, died Tuesday. North Brevard Funeral...
  • 7/18: Deaths in Central Florida

    Brevard RICHARD BURKETT, 69, Mims, died Tuesday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. Lake ELIZABETH M. AMSDEN, 82, Tavares, died Wednesday. Steverson, Hamlin & Hilbish Funerals and Cremations, Tavares. DONALD CARL CONRAD, 82, Leesburg, died...
  • 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...
  • Timeline of tips in alleged plot

    A timeline of tips to law enforcement about what authorities said was Shawn Ryan Thomas' plan to abduct, rape and kill young girls and their parents. •Feb. 6: FDLE Agent Bill Powell learns from a confidential informant who sent a tip to the...
  • Orlando City Lions, Bush and brewskis: Letters

    Orlando City Lions With the 2015 Major League Soccer season approaching us and the recent acquisition of Brazilian star Ricardo Kaká, Orlando is starting to look like a competitive soccer town. Lions' owners Flávio Augusto da Silva and Phil Rawlins have...
  • Two men endure not-so-hot car conditions to challenge parents to 'look before you lock'

    Two men endure not-so-hot car conditions to challenge parents to 'look before you lock'
    LEESBURG — In a restaurant parking lot, two middle-aged men sat in a parked Ford Explorer this week for an hour with temperatures rising to 85 degrees, a few beads of sweat rolling down their flushed faces. Jerry Smith, executive director of...
  • Freebie Friday: Free stuff to do and see this week

    Freebie Friday: Free stuff to do and see this week
    Welcome to Freebie Friday, where everything here is free.    Fair/Festival   Cruz-n-Car Show: 7 p.m. Saturday, Downtown Winter Garden, Plant  Street, Orlando, free, 407-656-4111.    Palooza: Arts and crafts, food and live entertainment featuring...
  • 7/19: Deaths in Central Florida

    Brevard ANNA DEFILIPPO, 96, Titusville, died Thursday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. JANICE LANOUE, 79, Titusville, died Wednesday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. CHARLES W. PORTER, 94, Titusville, died Thursday. North Brevard...
  • More questions arise in probe of Fruitland Park police, KKK ties

    More questions arise in probe of Fruitland Park police, KKK ties
    An FBI informant who identified two Fruitland Park police officers as members of the Ku Klux Klan is identified in a state investigative report as the KKK's Grand Dragon in Florida, who himself was forced to quit the same police department in 2009 because...
  • Builders launch Habitat subdivision

    Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando started work on its first single-family subdivision, which will be constructed by both home builders in addition to homebuyers. The nonprofit purchased 38 acres, 11 of which are buildable, in Washington Shores...
  • Dogfighters lured by money, violence, experts say

    Dogfighters lured by money, violence, experts say
    They came for the thrill, the money and the blood. Suddenly summoned by clandestine calls, the accused dogfighters drove from as far as Daytona Beach to a dusty backyard in a blue-collar Apopka neighborhood in May. Some brought their canine warriors...