Hurricane Michael Remains At Category 4, Strengthening Before LandfallThe National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Michael is packing even more punch.
Mother Caught Putting Son's Head In Toilet In Viral VideoA Florida mother says she's receiving death threats after a video of her, apparently putting her son's head in a toilet, went viral.
Massive Lizard Keeps Terrorizing Family, Evading TrappersTrappers are hunting a giant monitor lizard that showed up at a home in Florida and won't go away.
Fla. Governor Nominee Ron DeSantis Under Fire For 'Monkey It Up' Remark Made While Talking About Black OpponentRon DeSantis is running against Democrat Andrew Gillum, who would be the state's first black governor.
McSally Wins Big In Arizona Primary, Upsets In Florida Set Up Fierce November ShowdownsRegardless of who wins in November, Arizona will be sending a woman to the Senate for the first time in state history.
'Super Snake' Slithering Around Florida? DNA Study Says YesA study of Florida's python population has discovered some unnerving information about a possibly terrifying new breed of slithering creatures.
Hold The Mayo: Town Changes Its Name To 'Miracle Whip'The small community drew national attention when town officials announced their plan to scrap their name and go with the Kraft Heinz-owned mayonnaise-alternative.
WATCH: Shirtless Man Steers Motorcycle With Bare Feet On HighwayA viral video shows a shirtless man steering a motorcycle with his bare feet while traveling at full speed on I-95.
Chick-fil-A Opens A New Restaurant Right Next To Another Chick-fil-AThe popular fast food chicken chain operates a store in the food court of Merritt Square Mall. That fact apparently didn't stop Chick-fil-A from deciding to place a new standalone restaurant in the parking lot of the mall
Man Charged With Manslaughter In 'Stand Your Ground' ShootingThe shooting reignited the debate over Florida's "stand your ground law" after the local sheriff's office declined to charge the shooter.
9 Dolphins Found Dead, Experts Believe 'Red Tide' Is Killing WildlifeNine dead bottlenose dolphins found in Sarasota County are believed to be victims of a deadly organism blooming in the waters of Florida's Gulf coast.