Oil begins to wash up on Florida beaches, a father rapes his daughter and kills himself, Hobbes returns, Democrats love Rand Paul, and more.
Flagler County’s emergency response to the oil slick hitting Flagler Beaches is similar to hurricane preparation. It’s happening now.
The Sheriff’s Office confirms that secret video surveillance took place around Ralph Carter Park. Fixed surveillance video cameras are on their way.
Jennifer Parks of Palm Coast was T-boned on Matanzas Woods at noon Friday by Colin Taschler, who failed to negotiate a curve. Both were taken to Halifax Hospital.
Led by federal census jobs and tourism jobs, Florida’s employment rolls showed their best gains in four years. Flagler’s decline is due in part to population loss. The complete April unemployment report.
After a lengthy, at times contentious public meeting on the bypass, the Bunnell planing board recommended in favor of a study as long it takes in “the big picture.”
Flagler’s seniors down to their last chance to pass the FCAT before graduation did not do as well as last year’s seniors, although the numbers can be deceiving.
Florida woes: oil slick, FCAT, foreclosures, bankruptcies, plus living wage arguments and the latest on Koestler’s suicide.
A good samaritan holds a teen vandal at gunpoint until deputies arrive, domestic disturbance turns up backyard pot plant, a caller demands phone sex, and more.
Palm Coast Data’s parent company, Amrep Corp., posted a $2.76 million loss for the first nine fiscal months of 2010.