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Planet Florida - Orlando SentinelFlorida Power & Light Co. power-plant site at the Indian River north of Cocoa has become a manatee laboratory for researchers. The utility demolished an old plant there and is about to build a new facility. In the meantime, FPL is using a heater...
In an effort to help curb the region's prescription-drug epidemic, Orlando leaders on Monday imposed a moratorium on new pain-management clinics within the city. In approving the measure unanimously, Orlando's City Council joins a growing number of local...
Tags: Orange County (Florida), Criminals, Health, Politics, Crimes
Beach Beat - Orlando SentinelThis Saturday is the annual Trash Bash, the cleanup event sponsored by Keep Brevard Beautiful that is part of the Great American Cleanup. There are 35 sites for the cleanup effort, including the major beaches and beachfront parks. Last year's event...
FloriDUHCurtis Locke was in the kitchen of his Satellite Beach home on Tuesday afternoon making chicken soup for his sick wife when he heard what sounded like an explosion. It was a woman's Chrysler Sebring that had just plowed through his privacy fence and...
Florida has become the epicenter for people looking for a fix of prescription drugs. Addicts from Northern states — sometimes called "Pillbillies" — travel south to visit a plethora of pain-management clinics and doctors willing to dole out...
Sheriffs and police chiefs from across Florida offered Monday to pay for a controversial database to track pain-pill prescriptions, a state project that legislators have so far declined to fund. The lack of definite funding source has been one of the...
Tags: Lake Mary, Justice System, Republican Party, Lawyers, Criminals
Commissioners imposed a moratorium Tuesday on new pain-management clinics in unincorporated Orange County in a move aimed at battling the area's prescription drug-abuse problem and stopping the death toll from overdoses. Officials say many pain clinics...
Brevard EDELTRAUT TERNER BRASWELL, 84, Melbourne, died Thursday. Davis-Seawinds Funeral Home, Melbourne. MARIRUTH CALDWELL, 61, Rockledge, died Thursday. Brownlie-Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne. ALFRED "BUCK" CUNNINGHAM, 80, West Melbourne, died...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelWhen A&E's “Obsessed” begins its second season, it will turn to Orlando patients. “From what I understand, they had tremendous response from people wanting to be patients,”Â Jenifer Garrido says. That means they needed an Orlan...
Beach Beat - Orlando SentinelOn Saturday,Â people will head to the beach, not only in Florida, but throughout the nation for Hands Across the Sand, a peaceful protest against offshore oil drilling. Earlier this year, thousands of people, from Jacksonville to Miami Beach and Key West....
The Religion WorldA Brevard County woman thinks it's time everyone knew more about the life of Sybil Leek, who was once known as “the world's most famous witch.” Christine Jones, 73, of Satellite Beach,Â says she wrote Sybil Leek: Out of the Shadows as a...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelThe Florida Chamber of Commerce has announced its endorsements of legislative candidates in Central Florida. Not surprisingly, there's not a single Democrat among them: Today, the Florida Chamber of Commerce announced candidate endorsements in contested...
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