Posted: 10:57 PM - Officials say a 56-year-old surfer may have suffered a medical episode before his friends brought him to shore in New Smyrna Beach.
Updated: 10:31 PM - An infant is in critical condition days after his mother says she gave birth in an Ocala motel bathtub while on a crack cocaine binge.
Posted: 10:19 PM - Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Tuesday April 15, 2014 at 7:22 pm, a Madison County Sheriff’s Deputy attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a Silver four door sedan for committing a traffic violation at the intersection of US 90 and 221 South in Greenville.
Posted: 9:53 PM - Internet retailer Amazon.com is going to start collecting sales taxes on purchases made by Floridians.
Posted: 9:40 PM - Mobile users who have gotten used to chatting with their friends via Facebook will soon have to make sure they've downloaded the social-media giant's app designed specifically for that.
Posted: 9:27 PM - Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has signed legislation to expand a scholarship program that will allow more medical students to practice in high need rural areas.
Posted: 8:55 PM - Some Florida Panhandle property owners lost thousands of dollars in palms, citrus trees and other non-native plants because of the incredibly harsh winter in that area.
Posted: 8:04 PM - Florida wildlife officials have killed four bears following an attack on a woman in a suburban subdivision.
Posted: 6:04 PM - State officials say thousands of voters have used Georgia's new Web-based programs to register ahead of the May 20 primary.
Posted: 4:31 PM - Mr. Antrobus has been recovered unharmed.
Posted: 3:02 PM - The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) set the Gulf recreational red snapper season in state waters April 16 at a meeting near Tallahassee. The season will be a total of 52 days in 2014 and will start the Saturday before Memorial Day (May 24 this year) and remain open through July 14, closing July 15.
Posted: 2:59 PM - Due to significant flooding on Econfina Creek, the Northwest Florida Water Management District has closed the Pitt, Sylvan, and Williford springs recreation areas to ensure public safety.