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Second Kissimmee Police Officer dies after Friday night shooting

Second Kissimmee Police Officer dies after Friday night shooting
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-08-19


A Kissimmee Police officer spent his Saturday afternoon scrubbing the blood of his fallen colleagues off the pavement of Palmway Street.“I just don’t want to see this every time I drive by,” Sgt. Matt Koski said as he splashed soapy water onto the road.The night before, Sgt. Richard “Sam” Howard and Officer Matthew Baxter were fatally shot during a routine stop near Cypress Street. Marine...(Read More)

Orlando police unveil campaign with traffic-stop suggestions

Orlando police unveil campaign with traffic-stop suggestions
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-08-02


Orlando police unveiled a public awareness campaign Wednesday about what people should and shouldn’t do during traffic stops.The advice includes pulling over to the right, not making any sudden hand movements and rolling down all car windows when stopped, according to part of a presentation shared by the Orlando Police Department at the Orlando Citizens’ Police Review Board meeting.The campaign...(Read More)

Jury recommends death penalty for St. Cloud man convicted in murder of infant son

Jury recommends death penalty for St. Cloud man convicted in murder of infant son
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-07-18


Larry Perry, a St. Cloud man who killed his nearly 3-month-old son Ayden in 2013, should be sentenced to death, an Osceola County jury unanimously decided Tuesday evening.The jurors, six men and six women, deliberated for about three hours. The same jury convicted Perry of first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse last week.“It wasn’t totally unexpected, I’ll say that,” said J. Edwin...(Read More)

Partiers put the wild in wildlife around Egret Island

Partiers put the wild in wildlife around Egret Island
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-07-01


Though designated in 1958 as a bird sanctuary, Egret Island in Lake Butler attracts more partiers than pelicans on summer weekends and holidays.Lakeshore residents in Windermere complain that the wildlife near the 10-acre island usually includes alcohol, loud music and occasionally a pontoon boat with stripper poles.“You can’t make this stuff up,” said town Mayor Gary Bruhn, who hears regularly...(Read More)

X-ray machine, 50,000 chairs can be yours at Orange surplus warehouse

X-ray machine, 50,000 chairs can be yours at Orange surplus warehouse
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-06-04


If you’re in the market for a massive X-ray machine, a vintage baseball scoreboard or 50,000 chairs, then Orange County might have a deal for you.A 100,000-plus square-foot warehouse in south Orange County is the ultimate destination for all surplus county equipment, from desks and chairs to laptops and hard drives to tractors and boats — not to mention tens of thousands of boxes of files from...(Read More)

Betsy DeVos booed at Bethune-Cookman graduation; students turn backs on her during speech

Betsy DeVos booed at Bethune-Cookman graduation; students turn backs on her during speech
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-05-11


Drawing shouts of “Liar!” and “Just go,” Education Secretary Betsy DeVos powered through her commencement address Wednesday at a historically black university, even as many of the graduating students turned their backs to her in protest.“Let’s choose to hear one another out,” DeVos said, reading her prepared text in a measured tone despite continuing waves of boos, catcalls and scattered...(Read More)

Foster kid prevails to graduate from UCF

Foster kid prevails to graduate from UCF
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-05-04


“Where do the five children sleep?” Miami Police Officer Elba Valdes wondered as she surveyed the disheveled apartment.There was only one bed in the whole place, no kitchen table, and clothes were scattered around. Valdes had been called there to investigate a domestic dispute between the mother and her teenage son.“Where do you go to school? What’s your GPA?” Valdes asked the teen, Kevin...(Read More)

2 undocumented Polk men could be deported after driving without licenses

2 undocumented Polk men could be deported after driving without licenses
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-05-01


Two longtime undocumented residents of Polk County are facing deportation because both were caught driving without a license.The men, Mexican immigrants, were detained after separate vehicle stops by Polk County deputies for a broken tail light and for not wearing a seat belt.“We want to make sure this is being done appropriately and want to discourage ICE from breaking up families whenever possible...(Read More)

Winter Park ponders building super-fast Internet network

Winter Park ponders building super-fast Internet network
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-04-28


WINTER PARK — With speeds much faster than those offered by most providers, a fiber-optic network could power the Internet in this city’s buildings and possibly even reach into homes someday.A task force set up by Mayor Steve Leary is looking into whether the city should build a fiber optic “backbone,” which would connect the 17 municipal buildings with speeds reaching or surpassing a gigabit...(Read More)





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