Florida sheriff’s captain heard telling deputy to act like ‘white supremacist’ in audio recording: reports

A Florida law enforcement supervisor officer is heard in an audio recording telling a deputy to act like a “white supremacist cop” and a “neo-Nazi” to get a black suspect’s thumbprints and photo, according to reports.

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Florida hunter killed after propane heater explodes in Pennsylvania

A Florida man was killed while hunting in northeastern Pennsylvania over the weekend after his portable propane heater exploded. It marked the state’s third fatal hunting incident to occur within a week, investigators said.

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Florida teen jailed after allegedly stabbing boyfriend in hospital bed with surgical scissors: report

An 18-year-old St. Petersburg, Fla., woman will contest a felony charge after police say she stabbed her boyfriend with a pair of surgical scissors while he lay in a hospital bed, a report Tuesday said.

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Pete Hegseth responds to being kicked off Twitter after Pensacola attack tweet

Fox News host Pete Hegseth reacted to being banned from Twitter after posting part of the Pensacola, Fla., attacker’s manifesto, including a portion that gave radical Islam as a motive.

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Florida sheriff escorts man to jail after ‘extremely emaciated’ dog found: ‘This is how we treat you’

A Florida sheriff personally escorted a man into jail for failing to provide enough food for his “extremely emaciated” dog, warning neglectful pet owners that “if this is how you treat your dog … this is how we treat you.”

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Florida city issues summons for 7-year-old parking violation

A Florida city mailed a summons to a vehicle owner seeking payment for a parking violation that was seven years old.

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After NAS Pensacola attack, DeSantis urges ‘precautions’ for foreign nationals training with US military

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Sunday urged stronger security “precautions” for foreign nationals training on U.S. military bases after a Saudi gunman shot and killed three people at the Pensacola naval base Friday, in an attack believed to be an act of …

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Banana duct-taped to Miami art gallery wall taken down after crowds become ‘uncontrollable’

The banana duct-taped to a wall, which sold for $120,000 at Miami Art Basel, is no longer on display, thanks to “several uncontrollable crowd movements.”

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NAS Pensacola shooting presumed to be ‘act of terrorism,’ one gunman involved, FBI says

Authorities investigating a deadly attack at a U.S. naval base in Florida said Sunday they are working under the presumption it was an act of terrorism involving a lone gunman, and that no arrests have been made in connection to the fatal incident. 

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First person charged under Florida ‘red flag’ law found guilty

The first person to have his guns confiscated under Florida’s 2018 “red flag” law has been found guilty over his refusal to surrender the weapons voluntarily.

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FBI releases photo of NAS Pensacola shooter as military calls for increased security checks across US bases

U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM) has called for increased random security checks at all sites across Northern Command following the deadly shootings at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola in Florida.

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Former Miami detective claims Jeffrey Epstein’s copilot disclosed details of his flights

Private investigator Mike Fisten claimed one of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s pilots disclosed alleged details about the now-infamous financier’s private jet.

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New York man eats Art Basel banana that sold for $120G

Remember the banana duct-taped to a wall and labeled “art” that sold for $120,000? On Saturday, a New York man walked up to the art installation and ate the banana.

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Saudi Arabia ‘will be involved in taking care’ of Pensacola shooting victims’ families, Trump says

The leaders of Saudi Arabia are devastated by the deadly attack at the Pensacola naval base and they intend to “help out” the families of those murdered, President Trump announced Saturday.

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Rep. Waltz on NAS Pensacola shooting: ‘We need to get to the bottom of why’

On Saturday former Green Beret commander Rep. Michael Waltz, R-Fla., called for answers after Saudi national Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani infiltrated a U.S. Navy training program for foreign military personnel. 

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Hero Naval Academy grad shot 5 times at Naval Air Station relayed crucial information before succumbing to injuries

A young graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, whose dream was to become a pilot, is being hailed a hero after he reportedly related crucial information about the identity of the Naval Air Station Pensacola shooter to first responders, despite having been…

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Saudi student watched mass shooting videos during dinner party before Florida naval base attack: report

The Saudi national who killed three people Friday morning after opening fire in a classroom at a naval air station in Florida reportedly hosted a dinner party the previous night where it was said he played videos of mass shootings, a U.S. official said…

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Military wife’s Christmas card photo includes deployed husband

A Florida woman got creative with this year’s family Christmas card after her deployed military husband was deployed.

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South Florida cops in shootout that killed UPS driver, 3 others placed on administrative leave: reports

The South Florida cops who fired weapons during Thursday’s wild deadly shootout with two stickup men have been placed on administrative leave, according to reports.

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Naval Air Station shooter wrote manifesto condemning US as ‘nation of evil:’ report

The Saudi national that opened fire a naval air station in Florida Friday morning, killing three before being shot dead by officers, condemned the United States as a “nation of evil” in a manifesto posted online, reports say. 

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