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  • Endangered bats found only in South Florida find haven at golf course

    MIAMI Giselle Hosein peers into the dark sky above a manicured fairway on the Coral Gables Granada Golf Course, trying hard to see what she can so far only hear: an elusive Florida bonneted bat, among the rarest in the world. "It took me three or four...
  • NASCAR Driver Capsules, July 9 - Part 2

    Part 2 : continues.... ETC.: Larson has been used to running a lot of races, but his schedule in 2014 has been limited to the Sprint Cup Series and companion Nationwide Series events. "Being such a die-hard sprint car racer and fan and everything, I...
  • Florida construction sign hacked to show sexually obscene message

    Florida construction sign hacked to show sexually obscene message
    A sign meant to alert drivers near Tampa of lane closures instead flashed a sexually obscene message to passersby after pranksters hacked into the sign's computer, according to ABC Action News. The message bombarded drivers Thursday night before it...
  • Other bookings: Charli XCX, Anberlin, Howie Mandel and more

    SPOKEN REASONS: 8 p.m. Aug. 6; The Social, 54 N. Orange Ave., Orlando; $10-$45; 407-246-1419. KISHI BASHI: 8 p.m. Aug. 9; The Social, 54 N. Orange Ave., Orlando; $13-$15 (18 or older); 407-246-1419. SAM TRIPOLI: with Brian Redban, Nick Pupo and...
  • U.S. financial advisers try to win over wary millennials

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wealth management firms are trying to get millennials excited about investing and hope to win their trust - and the sizeable wealth they are expected to control in the future. Those now 21 to 31 years old will control $9 trillion...
  • Laughable law on fireworks hurts many

     Laughable law on fireworks hurts many
    The first problem with fireworks is that Florida's ban on their sale is a total sham. Fireworks that explode or fly through the air — such as Roman candles, bottle rockets and mortars — are supposed to be illegal here. But a 60-year-old...
  • Spartan Group Exercise gaining steam in South Florida

    Spartan Group Exercise gaining steam in South Florida
    For Casey Eischen, it's thrilling and satisfying to have the opportunity to train and coach beginners and experienced individuals who are giving their maximum effort through an intense workout. The mass Spartan Group Exercise workout has been growing...
  • CNL discloses more about $300M buying fund

    CNL discloses more about $300M buying fund
    Orlando-based CNL Commercial Real Estate is moving ahead with a plan to make $300 milllion in acquisitions over the next 18 months. In April, CNL closed on the first acquisition for its CCRE Sponsor Equity Fund I – a $45 million purchase of the...
  • UCF students' video games are put to test

    UCF students' video games are put to test
    The Debutante, a Jessica Rabbit look-alike in a tight pink dress, bounds through a mansion trying to stop a missile launch, all while dodging bullets and knife blades. "This guy keeps trying to kill me, and I don't have a weapon," said Britt Clifford,...
  • Diagon Alley opens at Universal Studios with long waits

    Diagon Alley opens at Universal Studios with long waits
    Diagon Alley is open for business, with a 3D ride that thrilled visitors, plenty of Harry Potter-themed shops — and long lines. Hundreds of Universal Studios visitors began streaming into the new Wizarding World of Harry Potter — Diagon...
  • Research shows Gulf of Mexico oil spill caused lesions in fish: scientists

    Research shows Gulf of Mexico oil spill caused lesions in fish: scientists
    ORLANDO Fla. - Oil that matches the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf of Mexico has been found in the bodies of sickened fish, according to a team of Florida scientists who studied the oil's chemical composition. "We matched up the oil in the...
  • Invasive lizards threaten Florida's turtles, alligators

    MIAMI (Reuters) - An invasive lizard first spotted in southern and central Florida about a decade ago has become the latest concern for wildlife officials after the four-foot-long, black-and-white tegu was caught on video stealing alligator and turtle...