A Los Angeles judge has tossed out a $417 million jury award to a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer by using Johnson & Johnson baby powder for feminine hygiene.
Dwayne R. Chaney, found guilty of November 2015 homicide, removed electronic monitoring bracelet
People are outraged after someone was caught on camera stealing from a man who had been hit and killed on a busy Orlando street.
Long lines for those waiting for food assistance are expected to form in Orange and Seminole counties over the weekend.
Jaclyn Truman, 30, of Orlando is accused of having a relationship with a 15-year-old girl starting in March of 2016 and continuing for two months.
Brevard County is still dealing with sewage in the Indian River Lagoon. Dan Billow reports.
The prototypes form a tightly packed row of imposing concrete and metal panels, including one with sharp metal edges on top.
A man says he and 10 of his friends all became violently ill after sharing a meal of home-cooked wild venison, but what made them sick remains a mystery.
Florida Democrats are taking aim at Confederate memorials and holidays linked to Confederate leaders.
The stakes couldn't be any higher at Showalter Field tonight.
A ceremony will take place in Los Angeles where Selena’s sister, Suzette, and actress Eva Longoria are scheduled to attend.
Ocala police say they've caught a man who is accused in two rape cases. Michelle Meredith reports.
For some, drinking is just part of going to the beach; but now, Cocoa Beach leaders are again trying to curb that favorite activity.
The White House statement did not mention Bergdahl by name but appeared to address questions related to his case.
High school football scores from across Central Florida!
A South Carolina school is using a robot named Milo to help teach its kids with autism.
While many people might want to take some time out in the sand and surf, the beaches have been struggling to recover after Hurricane Irma.
“Let this be a lesson on etiquette as well; pay your bill and tip your waitress.”
The "human error" in Milwaukee comes a year after some runners ran too long.
Last month, Quincy's family said a group of teenagers nearly hanged him in what they're calling a racially motivated crime.