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Seminole County

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  • Arson inquiry widens after multiple fires in 3 cities

     Arson inquiry widens after multiple fires in 3 cities
    After more than a dozen suspicious fires burned through the downtown Orlando area and historic Sanford area in the past two months, authorities are trying to determine whether a serial arsonist is at work in the Central Florida region. It will likely be...
  • There's no debate -- kids should be vaccinated

    There's no debate --  kids should be vaccinated
    The number of people who have found God in the last 10 years has risen dramatically. That is, if we're talking about people who cite religion for exempting their school-age kids from state-required vaccinations. But that trend isn't about faith. And...
  • GPS device foils armed-bank robbery suspect

    GPS device foils armed-bank robbery suspect
    As bank robberies go, this one went by the book. There was just one problem for armed robbery suspect Jacob Todd Palfrey: A GPS tracker hidden in the money police said he stole from a TD Bank in DeLand. Palfrey, 34, of Winter Springs and an alleged...
  • Attorneys from Seminole square off in judicial race

    SANFORD — Seminole County voters must decide four circuit-judge races come Aug. 26. One of the most dramatic is a three-way race for a circuit-judge spot in Sanford. It pits Mitchel Krause, 49, of Altamonte Springs, the husband of a Seminole...
  • Hickory Point sand-volleyball complex to open with tournaments, food trucks

    Hickory Point sand-volleyball complex to open with tournaments, food trucks
    TAVARES — The sand box Steve Bishop has been working on for 12 weeks is about to open for the public to play in. But this is no ordinary sandbox. Stretching across 3 acres, it's piled with enough sand to fill more than two Olympic-sized swimming...
  • Authorities: Theft ring sold more than $1M in stolen merchandise from stores

    Authorities: Theft ring sold more than $1M in stolen merchandise from stores
    A ring of thieves that sold more than $1 million in items stolen from stores in five Central Florida counties was busted this week by a multi-jurisdiction criminal investigation, officials said. Authorities raided the Deltona house of the ring-leader,...
  • Officials stress fireworks safety as July Fourth nears

    The Sunshine State's safety agencies are under no illusions about the upcoming Fourth of July holiday: Floridians will light up or shoot off fireworks of varying legality and safety, as they do every year. But particularly with the holiday falling on...
  • Dorworth 'flips' land near parkway route

    Dorworth 'flips' land near parkway route
    On the same day in late April that former state Rep. Chris Dorworth bought 18 acres along the planned Wekiva Parkway for $960,000, he sold it to a home builder for $3.2 million, property records show. Dorworth purchased the property, which had been...
  • Florida mom accused of refusing child medical care over vegan beliefs

    Florida mom accused of refusing child medical care over vegan beliefs
    A Florida mom has been arrested after police say she refused to give her 12-day-old child medicine or take the newborn to the hospital because doing so would violate her vegan beliefs, according to WESH. Sarah Anne Markham of Casselberry took her son to...
  • Trayvon Martin Foundation opens new office

    Trayvon Martin Foundation opens new office
    Florida Memorial University in Miami Gardens is the new home for the Trayvon Martin Foundation. The historically black university hosted a ceremony Thursday that included about 100 people, including local politicians, state representatives and Trayvon's...
  • Rolling Hills residents worry they may lose their golf course

    Rolling Hills residents worry they may lose their golf course
    Sandy Taylor bought her home overlooking the 13th fairway of the Rolling Hills Golf Club 25 years ago because of the quiet neighborhood and large oak trees. Since her retirement in 2002, she has played a round of golf nearly every morning on the course,...