Arguments set in ‘Jane Doe’ gun case

The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments Dec. 10 in a legal battle about whether two young adults can remain anonymous in a challenge to the constitutionality of a Florida gun law.

The haunted history of Interstate 4

On the very day Florida's Interstate 4 opened in 1963, a shrimp truck jackknifed, killing the driver.  And that was just the beginning.

Publix providing new shopping carts for disabled

Publix has announced the rollout of a new shopping cart, designed to hook on to the front of a wheelchair, making the shopping experience easier for those who may be wheelchair-bound. The design allows customers to roll themselves through the store without having to push the cart. The lower sides also allow for easier loading abilities.

Kelsea Ballerini gives Florida boy battling brain cancer guitar

Kelsea Ballerini has a fan for life. The country music star and 9-year-old Ayden Morgan, of Ocala, Fla., formed their bond when Ayden, who is blind and battling brain cancer, had his wish to see Ballerini in concert granted by the nonprofit Do It For The Love. Ballerini later gifted Ayden an electric guitar customized especially for him, with his name in Braille

State leaders could change course on gambling

After the loss of roughly $350 million a year in payments from the Seminole Tribe of Florida, House and Senate leaders are rethinking the state’s approach to gambling, one of the Legislature’s most-complicated and elusive issues.

Flagler man accused of trying to meet up with teenager

A Flagler County man has been arrested, accused of trying to meet who he thought was a 16-year-old girl for what deputies are calling illegal behavior. Deputies said Joseph Aaron Stream, 27, tried to arrange a meeting with the teenager through Facebook messenger.

Dangerous rip currents in Volusia County

Beachgoers in Volusia County are being warned about dangerous rip currents. One man drowned in Ormond Beach, Florida over the weekend. The currents are expected to subside by the weekend, but swimmers are advised to stay near lifeguard stations.

Vaccine helps woman fight breast cancer

Florida resident Lee Mercker became the first patient to participate in a clinical trial for a new breast cancer vaccine at the Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, after being diagnosed in March with early-stages of the disease. The vaccine has reportedly removed cancer cells.