Naked Man Dies Shortly After Breaking Into Florida HomeAuthorities in a north Florida county are investigating the suspicious death of a naked man who allegedly broke into a house and attacked three people.
Authorities: Arrest Made in Arson Fire at Florida MosqueA 32-year-old Florida man has been arrested and is facing a charge of arson and hate crime in a fire that heavily damaged a mosque that Orlando nightclub gunman Omar Mateen attended, authorities announced Wednesday.
Florida Fines Security Company that Employed Pulse GunmanA security company that employed a gunman who massacred dozens at a Florida nightclub faces a $151,400 fine for falsely listing psychological testing information on forms that allowed employees to carry guns.
Face-biting Suspect Dared Deputies to Test Him for DrugsA college student caught biting a victim's face after stabbing the man and his wife in a random attack dared deputies to test him for drugs, a Florida sheriff's office spokeswoman said Saturday.
Suspect Found Biting Man's Face Off At Murder SceneSheriff's deputies were called to Kokomo Lane in Martin County, Florida, on Monday evening because a neighbor told 911 he'd been stabbed trying to break up a fight.
Official: Alligator Nearly Bites Off Florida Woman's HandA woman trying to get a soda can she dropped into the water in the Everglades had her hand nearly bitten off by an alligator, authorities said.
Governor: 14 Florida Zika Cases Likely Caused By MosquitoGov. Rick Scott asked Monday for a federal emergency response team to help the state combat the spread of the Zika virus in the U.S., saying the number of cases in Florida had increased to 14.
Father Accidentally Shoots Teenage Son At Florida Gun Range Authorities say a 14-year-old boy was accidentally shot and killed by his father at a Florida gun range.
Florida Congressional Candidate Announces AR-15 GiveawayA candidate running for Congress in the Florida Panhandle has launched a contest on his Facebook campaign page to give away a semi-automatic rifle.
Things To Know About Alligators In Florida The frequency of serious, unprovoked alligator bites has grown in Florida along with the state's population — but fatal attacks remain rare. Some things to know about alligators from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission:
'Mass Casualty Situation' after Florida nightclub shooting
'Sea Lice' Stinging Swimmers Off Florida's Santa Rosa BeachSwimmers at a Florida Panhandle beach are dealing with painful rashes fromstinging jellyfish larvae, more commonly known as "sea lice."

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