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  • Three Californians accused of child sex trafficking

    Three Californians accused of child sex trafficking
    Authorities today arrested three Stockton, Calif., residents on sex trafficking charges, accusing them of helping deliver an Orlando juvenile to a California prostitution operation, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Vincent "Goldie" Hudson, 44, a...
  • South Florida merger deals total $465 million

    A bank, a cancer treatment practice and an electronic cigarette business were the biggest merger deals in South Florida in the last quarter, a new report shows. First Southern Bancorp in Boca Raton was acquired by CenterState Banks for $119 million;...
  • Empresas boricuas se abren camino en la Florida Central | VIDEO Y FOTOS

    Empresas boricuas se abren camino en la Florida Central | VIDEO Y FOTOS
    La "Expo Hispana", de la Cámara de Comercio Hispana de Metro Orlando, una vez más se convirtió en cita obligada para miles de residentes de la Florida Central, al igual que para empresarios, altos funcionarios y periodistas, que una vez al año coinciden y...
  • FDLE: Prison credit card scam netted more than $20,000

    FDLE: Prison credit card scam netted more than $20,000
    An inmate serving time in Polk County and his wife in Orlando transferred more than $20,000 from stolen credit cards into prisoner trust fund accounts, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. After Tamika Teague, 34, deposited the...
  • Traffic: S.R. 528, I-4, S.R. 408 all congested

    Traffic: S.R. 528, I-4, S.R. 408 all congested
    Traffic is congested on the BeachLine Expressway this rush hour. The eastbound side is slow from the Interstate 4 ramp to Florida's Turnpike. A crash also is blocking the eastbound lanes near State Road 520 in east Orange County. Other trouble spots...
  • Businesses can pitch ideas for cash, services

    Businesses can pitch ideas for cash, services
    Entrepreneurs with a unique idea to sell can indulge their fantasies of winning over the judges next month, as Orlando gets its own, local version of the pitch show "Shark Tank." SCORE Orlando, a non-profit group that provides free business mentoring...
  • Health-care space growing quickly in Orlando, report finds

    Health-care space growing quickly in Orlando, report finds
    More medical-related space is scheduled to open in Orlando next year than in at least the previous four years combined, a new report shows. Cushman & Wakefield this week released its first report tracking the medical office market for the four-county...
  • Case shows ties between Puerto Rico and Orlando drug organizations

    Case shows ties between Puerto Rico and Orlando drug organizations
    From an inconspicuous restaurant on East Colonial Drive, tucked between shuttered businesses and a pawn shop, authorities say a crime ring was serving up empanadas, cocaine and guns. Local and federal authorities spent 2-1/2 years investigating the...
  • Florida has hurricane lull before the storm, expert says

    Florida has hurricane lull before the storm, expert says
    Florida's last hurricane was Wilma in 2005, which also was the last major storm — a Category 3 or stronger — to hit the U.S. shoreline. It's been a nice break of nearly a decade – a record – without hurricanes for Florida. But...
  • Miesha Tate starving for a win headed into Fox UFC Saturday in Orlando

    Miesha Tate starving for a win headed into Fox UFC Saturday in Orlando
    UFC fighter Miesha "Cupcake" Tate is starving, but it'll take more than a sugary treat to satisfy her appetite. She wants — make that needs — a victory against Liz Carmouche at the Fox UFC Saturday at Orlando's Amway Center. Tate, a 27-year-...
  • U.S. wins more guilty pleas in first counterfeit apps case

    (Reuters) - The final defendants in what the U.S. government called its first prosecution of a counterfeit apps case have pleaded guilty over their roles in alleged schemes to traffic in pirated Android mobile device applications. Thomas Pace, 38, of...