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  • $1.2-million bail set for mom who drove kids into ocean in Florida

    A Florida judge on Saturday set bail at $1.2 million for the pregnant woman accused of trying to kill her three children this week by locking them in a minivan that she drove into Daytona Beach's 4-foot-high surf. Ebony Wilkerson, 32, remained in...
  • Woman, 97, recovering after trooper's car hits her

    Woman, 97, recovering after trooper's car hits her
    A 97-year-old Daytona Beach woman was hospitalized Wednesday after a Florida Highway Patrol trooper hit her with his patrol car as she walked in a parking lot, investigators said. Maria McEwen was waiting for her caregiver, who was in a Walgreens on...
  • Running for Brews: Just the incentive you need?

    Running for Brews: Just the incentive you need?
    What better after a run than an ice-cold brewski? If that's your attitude, then Orlando's new Running for Brews chapter may be for you. The debut 5K run is at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 16, from Wildside Bar & Grille, 700 E. Washington St., Orlando, and then...
  • Carjacker gets life for crime bonanza

    Carjacker gets life for crime bonanza
    His rampage began with a familiar crime — a carjacking. Along the way, Glenn Alexis Neal III terrorized a woman, robbed a bank and tried to run down a police officer — all before crashing a stolen SUV. Those were the highlights of his...
  • Police find meth lab on boat near Daytona Beach

    Police find meth lab on boat near Daytona Beach
    Police have busted methamphetamine labs in motels, sheds, homes and cars. On Thursday, they arrested a Daytona Beach man who they say had a meth lab on his sailboat in the Intracoastal Waterway. Tips led a drug task force and Daytona Beach police to...
  • Apopka may re-evaluate red-light cameras

    Apopka, Central Florida's leader in ticket revenue from red-light cameras, may soon re-evaluate its use of the controversial devices. Commissioner Bill Arrowsmith, who has supported red-light cameras to improve public safety, proposed Wednesday that...
  • Sanford woman stole $23,000 in Winn-Dixie coupon scam, Volusia deputies say

    Sanford woman stole $23,000 in Winn-Dixie coupon scam, Volusia deputies say
    Talk about extreme couponing. A 30-year-old Sanford woman is facing charges after scamming $23,000 from her employer, a Winn-Dixie near DeLand, using coupon codes over a five-month period, the Volusia County Sheriff's Office announced today. The...
  • Man raped 8-month-old dog on porch, Daytona Beach police allege

    Man raped 8-month-old dog on porch, Daytona Beach police allege
    They heard the puppy yelping through the walls of their Daytona Beach apartment. Witnesses called police, alleging their neighbor was raping his 8-month-old female dog on his porch. The suspect, James Guy Bull, 61, remained in the Volusia County...
  • Mother drives minivan with kids into sea in Daytona Beach

    Mother drives minivan with kids into sea in Daytona Beach
    A minvan carrying a mother and three children was swept into the Daytona Beach surf Tuesday, prompting beachgoers to rush through the 4-foot waves to rescue the passengers as the vehicle took on water and the youngsters screamed for help.  The mother...
  • Hurricane facts: Florida hit more often in even years

    Hurricane facts: Florida hit more often in even years
    Florida has been clobbered by hurricanes more often in even years than odd; not such great news since this is 2014. The state also has a tendency to be hit after long periods of tropical peace, and our last strike was eight years ago. The National...
  • 03/17: Bankruptcies

    03/17: Bankruptcies
    Chapter 7 Central Florida individuals and businesses that have filed for liquidation under Chapter 7 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code include: Ameripest LLC, 1332 Malabar Road, Palm Bay. Filed: March 5. Assets: $0. Liabilities: $167,591. Major creditors:...