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A Florida woman said her bank, Washington Mutual, mistakenly auctioned off her house while she was attempting to modify her loan. Anna Ramirez said she was shocked to be evicted Aug.
Florida's Disney World has agreed to replace a toy sword and a toy gun confiscated from two young boys at a Fort Lauderdale airport. Michelle Chao of North Miami, Fla., said Transportation Security Administration officers confiscated the $6 toy sword and the bright red wooden gun from her 4-year-old son, Julien, and his cousin, Gerry Edge, who was visiting from North Carolina, WPLG-TV, Miami, reported Wednesday. Chao said TSA officers told her realistic toy weapons are banned on planes....
NEW YORK, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Emmy Award winning reporter Mark Joyella has joined the Coaching Commons as its first Community Supported Journalist, covering the field of professional coaching worldwide.
Local 4 News Scores Impressive Victories at 5pm, 6pm and 11pm DETROIT, May 21 /PRNewswire/ -- WDIV Local 4 News scored impressive victories as the #1 early evening news and the #1 late newscast in the May 2009 Nielsen rating period of the Detroit television market.
A Florida woman said her Jack Russell terrier, which disappeared from her home three years ago, was found more than 1,000 miles away in Louisiana. Barbara Apostolo said her dog, ToBoi, escaped from her Miramar, Fla., home three years ago and she had no clue as to the dog's fate until two weeks ago when she was contacted by a Louisiana animal shelter, WPLG-TV, Miami, reported Thursday. Apostolo said shelter employees found her contact information on the dog's microchip.
A Florida teen used a webcam to live-stream his suicide by drug overdose on Wednesday, authorities reported Friday.
MIAMI, Sept. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- CaribeVision Television Network and WPLG Local 10 today announced an alliance to provide hurricane-related news to the Hispanic community of South Florida throughout the 2008 hurricane season, as well as coverage of Hurricane Ike's passing through South Florida.
By Joan Fleischman, The Miami Herald Jul. 16--Major happening on the South Florida television front: The Washington Post's Post-Newsweek Stations, which owns WPLG-ABC 10, is expected to announce the purchase of WTVJ-NBC 6 from corporate parent NBC, industry sources say.
By Joan Fleischman, The Miami Herald Jul. 15--Major happening on the South Florida television front: The Washington Post's Post-Newsweek Stations, which owns WPLG-ABC 10, is expected to announce the purchase of WTVJ-NBC 6 from corporate parent NBC, industry sources say.
By Nick Sortal, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul. 11--No one, no one, had a playroom like the Kennedy family's in Lighthouse Point. TV editing equipment and four cameras. A police scanner. Twenty -- 20 -- televisions.
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