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UCF Testing Bactericide Against Citrus Greening

A five-year, $4.6 million research program at the University of Central Florida is testing a possible bactericide against the deadly citrus greening disease that’s devastating the state’s citrus groves. The research centers around Zinkicide, a nanoparticle as small as

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Rays Orioles Series Moved To The Trop This Weekend

The Orioles and the Rays were set to face off at Camden Yards in Baltimore this weekend. However, due to riots in Baltimore, Rays officials announced the weekend series would be shifted to Tropicana Field. The O’s will play


Terminally Ill Patients May Soon Take Experimental Drugs

Terminally ill patients will be able to take experimental drugs under a bill that’s going to Gov. Rick Scott. The Senate passed the bill yesterday on a 39-1 vote. If Scott signs it, dying people will be able to


Using Drones To Take Pics Could Be Illegal In Florida

Using drones to take photos of people on their own property could soon be illegal in Florida. Yesterday the Florida Legislature sent a bill to Gov. Rick Scott that places limits on the use of remote-controlled drones. If Scott

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15-Year-Old Shoots and Kills Her Kills Brother: Where Are You DCF?

A 15-year-old girl in White Springs, Florida shot and killed her brother. The details of this story and the years of abuse this girl suffered are horrifying

Gas Prices

Will We See $1.99 Gas By The New Year?

Gas Prices Update Gas prices fell below $2 a gallon at various filling stations in Georgia and Tennessee last week, and prices in Florida are not far behind. The lowest prices in Florida are in the Jacksonville area at


IRS Phone Scam Largest-Ever, Running Rampant in Florida

An IRS phone scam is impacting residents all across Florida. Don't be a victim. Find out how you can protect yourself and loved ones from scammers


141 Year Old Temperature Record Broken In Jacksonville

Thursday morning not only broke an "ancient" record from 1873, but we also dropped to the second coldest temperature ever recorded in the month of November in Jacksonville.

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Rick Scott Re-Elected For Second Term As Florida’s Governor

With a one percent lead of Charlie Crist, Governor Rick Scott has been re-elected for his second term as Governor of the state of Florida.


Jacksonville Man Fatally Shot, Robbed

A 62-year-old man is dead after he was apparently robbed and shot while on his way to work.