Floridas embattled Department of Corrections says it is making changes to ensure that mentally ill inmates are no longer abused.
The seven young adults who invited themselves into Ray Allens home last week in the middle of the night have been charged with trespassing of an occupied structure a first-degree misdemeanor that carries up to a year in jail, $1,000 fine, and a years probation, according to the State Attorneys Office.
State inspectors have found large areas of the bay bottom coated with sediment that is smothering coral beyond the dredging work in the main shipping channel.
Colombias capital is putting undercover cops on the mass transit system to catch those who use the cramped conditions to cop a feel.
A political committee formed and funded by United Auto Insurance, which frequently faces off against personal-injury lawyers, is donating to selected candidates.
Scientists arrived hoping for a leadership moment from Gov. Rick Scott on climate change. They left concerned that he still will do nothing.
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