Police: Drunk Driver Claims He Was Only Drinking While StoppedA Florida man stopped by police says he wasn't driving drunk, he was only drinking while stopped at traffic lights.
Firefighters Save Man's Life, Then Finish His Yard Work For HimAfter getting Gene Work to a local hospital, EMT's and firefighters returned to the man's home and helped to finish planting rows of sod at the Pasco County home.
Video: 72-Year-Old Man Allegedly Chases Neighbor With Tractor After ArgumentA senior citizen in Florida is facing serious criminal charges after he was caught on video allegedly trying to attack his neighbor with a tractor.
Man Loses $1,300 In Supermarket, Good Samaritan Returns ItA good Samaritan in Florida made this year's Fourth of July celebration unforgettable after returning $1,300 to a man who lost it in a local supermarket.
Baby Shark Found In A Beach Garbage CanWKMG reports that the carcass of the dangerous sea creature was discovered at Shepard Park on Cocoa Beach on July 3.
Police: Man Stomps On, Kills Ducklings That Entered His YardA Florida man was arrested after allegedly attacking four ducks with a stick and stomping them to death.
Alligator Stops Flight From Arriving At Florida AirportCustomers on a Spirit Airlines flight probably weren't expecting to hear that an alligator was keeping them from getting to their destination.
Squirrel Caught On Camera Shoplifting From Store In Disney World“Here’s the cute little shoplifter at Magic Kingdom,” reads the caption to the Facebook video.
Police: Deputy Takes Down Armed Suspect With Can Of BeansA Florida deputy is being praised for his expert aim after stopping a hammer-wielding suspect with a can of baked beans.
Couple Gets Engaged While Surrounded By Deadly AlligatorsTwo Florida tourists decided to add some excitement to their engagement in an alligator-infested theme park.
Police: Woman Named Crystal Methvin Arrested For Having Crystal Meth40-year-old Crystal June Methvin was taken into custody after being charged with possession of crystal meth
Teacher Won't Face Charges After Allegedly Drowning Raccoons In Front Of StudentsA Florida teacher accused of drowning two raccoons and an opossum in front of his students will not face criminal charges, according to the state attorney's office.