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World Series: Royals win Game 2 to even series with Giants
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Salvador Perez hit a two-run double and Omar Infante belted a two-run homer in a five-run sixth inning, and the Kansas City Royals defeated the San Francisco Giants 7-2 Wednesday night to even the World Series at one game apiece.
Man jumps White House fence; 'dogs got him,' says Secret Service
A man jumped the White House fence on Wednesday evening and was attacked by Secret Service dogs before being arrested, a Secret Service spokesman said.
'Miscommunication' blamed for false report of Ebola patient at Lauderdale hospital
For the second time in a week, first responders in Broward County investigated a report of an Ebola case that turned out to be a false alarm.
Bride, groom robbed at gunpoint on morning of wedding
Something borrowed, something blue turned into something black and blue for a couple who were beaten and robbed at gunpoint on the morning of their wedding.
Palm Beach County stops using red-light cameras
Legal concerns have persuaded Palm Beach County to at least temporarily stop using traffic-light cameras to catch red-light runners.
Write off Dwyane Wade at your own risk
Many are doubting the Heat's Dwyane Wade because of how he tailed off last spring. But you know the risk with that. Everyone in South Florida does. Wade has responded to such talk for years.Many are doubting the Heat's Dwyane Wade because of how he tailed off last spring. But you know the risk with that. Everyone in South Florida does. Wade has responded to such talk for years.
Treon Harris sexual battery allegations detailed in UF police report
Treon Harris told UF police a sexual encounter with a fellow student was consensual and he was surprised she accused him of sexual battery, according to a police report the university released Wednesday.
Barracuda dwindling in South Florida; catch limits possible
The great barracuda, a coastal predator known for needle-sharp teeth and a speed to match the fastest U.S. destroyers, has become harder to find in South Florida.
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Former Miami Dolphin imprisoned for identity theft
A South Florida man who briefly played with the Miami Dolphins was sentenced to close to 13 years in federal prison Wednesday for identity theft.
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