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Seminole County

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  • Florida Bar: No credible evidence of wrongdoing by Mark O'Mara

    Florida Bar: No credible evidence of wrongdoing by Mark O'Mara
    The Florida Bar on Friday closed its investigation into possible wrongdoing by defense attorney Mark O'Mara, saying it found no credible evidence that he knowingly solicited false testimony from George Zimmerman's wife when she told a judge the couple was...
  • After George Zimmerman's silence, Shellie asks judge to grant divorce

    After George Zimmerman's silence, Shellie asks judge to grant divorce
    SANFORD — Frustrated by George Zimmerman's failure to respond to her divorce petition, Shellie Zimmerman is now asking a judge to stop the delays and simply grant her a divorce. Shellie Zimmerman, 26, filed for a divorce Sept. 5. Her estranged...
  • George Zimmerman's new painting: State Attorney Angela Corey

    The special prosecutor who charged George Zimmerman with second-degree murder in the shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin is the subject of his latest painting, according to a photo posted on Twitter by Zimmerman's brother. Robert Zimmerman Jr. said...
  • Tragic tale of aging, isolation emerges a year after mom, daughter's remains found

    Tragic tale of aging, isolation emerges a year after mom, daughter's remains found
    LONGWOOD — For more than six months, nobody saw Patty Novak or her 87-year-old mother, Phyllis Jackson. They withdrew from relatives. They had no close friends. They guarded their privacy. Nearly a year ago, David DeLoach, who had cared for...
  • Lawmakers want "early warning system" for middle school students

    Lawmakers want "early warning system" for middle school students
    Florida should create an "early warning system" for middle schools that would identify students who are failing classes, struggling on standardized tests and missing too much school, according to an education panel of the Florida House. A proposed...
  • Artists' work keeps The Senator alive

    Artists' work keeps The Senator alive
    Artist Mark Rice was only in preschool when he first saw The Senator, the 3,500-year-old baldcypress tree, at a Seminole County park more than 50 years ago. "I was just in awe of this huge tree," Rice said, recalling how he stood near the tree's...
  • Legally blind man cleared in murder wants his guns back

    John Wayne Rogers is a blind man who two years ago shot dead an overnight guest in his living room. He was cleared of murder in that case, and today in a Sanford courtroom, he'll ask Circuit Judge John Galluzzo to return his .308-caliber assault rifle,...
  • Looking back: The deadliest night of tornadoes in Florida history

    Looking back: The deadliest night of tornadoes in Florida history
    When people think of Florida disasters, hurricanes always comes to mind, but tornadoes have cast their deadly pall on the state as well. One Sunday night in 1998 became the deadliest tornado event in Florida history, with 12 tornadoes touching down...
  • 14 signs you're spending too much time on Park Avenue in Winter Park

    14 signs you're spending too much time on Park Avenue in Winter Park
    Park Avenue in Winter Park is the jewel of Central Florida.  It's the place you take your parents when they visit because I-Drive is for "tourists". It's where little dogs don't walk on the sidewalks, but rather ride along "The Ave" in expensive...
  • Culinary Hall of Fame past inductees

    2013 Chris Christini, Christini's Orlando: Hidden in a sea of neon and traffic, Christini's is among the elders of Restaurant Row and still among the top tier of go-to restaurants for special occasions. Yoshie Cabral, retired sushi chef at Disney's...
  • Amira Cohen

    Amira Cohen
    When Amira Cohen entered the Central Florida food scene in the 1970s she was simply helping a friend cater social gatherings. The friend left town and Cohen kept catering. Eventually Amira and her husband, Jerry, were managing a thriving three-pronged...