Just in case Florida didn't have enough going against it already (looking at you Florida Man), the state that everybody loves to hate is currently being invaded. No, not by Cuba—by a variety of non-native plants and animals that are wreaking environmental havoc and causing billions of dollars in damage. These are six…
Florida's new gaming bill has effectively banned all gadgets thanks to its poor wording. Designed to kill internet cafes that allow people to bet online, the April 2013 law says that any networked computer or phone is a potential slot machine and therefore illegal.
Because Florida was hastily attached to America to be the butt of her jokes, this latest piece of ridiculousness should come as no surprise: Florida might have accidentally banned all computers and smart phones. How? It all stems from a poorly worded bill that banned Internet cafes and slot machines.
Among items on the short list of "things that shouldn't be stored in an oven," live ammunition ranks near the top—just below live babies and gasoline. That's because, as Myth Busters has taught us and one Florida woman learned this week, live ammo and high temperatures make for an explosive combination.
An Oviedo, Florida family was woken up by police with guns surrounding their house in the middle of the night. This terrifying and potentially scarring event is brought to you by Microsoft Xbox.
Nearly 800 snake hunters are signed up for the 2013 Python Challenge in Florida. For the next month, the hunters will be scouring the Everglades for the invasive Burmese pythons that are destroying the fragile ecosystem. This is a real thing.
A grave crime has been committed and of course, it happened in Florida. A woman named Michelle Wright returned home Tuesday night and found her driveway missing.
Burn your calendar, throw your planner out the window. There's a GIF fest in Miami on Friday, and nothing else matters.
Everyone knows if you're smoking weed and you think the cops are coming, the best thing for you to do is just eat the evidence. Super Troopers taught us that much. Except it doesn't work if you live in the police state known as Orlando and there are cameras watching you, 29-year-old Joe Haywood recently learned.
If you steal someone's motorized wheelchair to go for a joyride, you're sick—Or maybe just completely drunk like this guy. How drunk was Richard Kulma when he was busted? Three times the legal limit drunk. So too blacked out to walk let alone operate so much as a can opener. Look at this police dash cam footage in the…
A man is suing one of his doctors after a surgery that was supposed to improve his sex life resulted in the loss of his penis.
Some criminal masterminds in Florida thought that stealing equipment from the Florida Hospital Center for Diagnostic Pathology was a brilliant idea. Now they have $500,000 in medical machines—loaded with flesh eating bacteria everywhere.