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WFLA: Two firefighters, 6 others taken to Sarasota Memorial after collision

Two firefighters and six other people were taken to Sarasota Memorial Hospital after a four-vehicle accident.

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WFLA: St. Pete teacher hired despite past arrests

Jeffery Bohlander, 54, appeared in court for the first time Thursday since being arrested for allegedly having sex with a 14-year-old student.

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My FOX Tampa: Two people killed in Haines City home; robbery suspects sought

Authorities are warning some Polk County residents to stay inside and keep their doors locked while they search for two robbery suspects.

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My FOX Tampa: Company hires FDOT chief, then lands big state contract

Less than two weeks after the head of the Florida Department of Transportation left his job, the company that hired him announced it landed a lucrative statecontract.

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WTXL: Warrants Issued for Arrest of Lively Principal

On Thursday, arrest warrants were issued for Lively Technical Center principal, Woody Hildebrandt.

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WCTV: Police: Teen Posed as Doctor at West Palm Beach Hospital

Police in Florida and officials at St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach have agreed not to charge a teenager they caught posing as a doctor.

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WJHG: Bay County’s State Legislative Delegation Holds Public Hearing

If you’ve ever wanted to speak to your state lawmaker about what’s really on your mind, Thursday night was your chance.

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WESH: Could you pass the U.S. Citizenship test?

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News 4 JAX: FBI agents discuss Shelton Bell anti-terrorism case

Federal agents said a Jacksonville man sentenced Wednesday to 20 years in federal prison was a danger to the country’s national security — a radical who was willing to kill for the cause.

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My FOX Orlando:  Legislation would crack down on Florida law enforcement having ticket quotas

A bill filed in the Florida State Senate would crack down on overzealous ticketing or ticket quotas by law enforcement agencies.

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