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September 30 2014 - UPDATE: Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy dies at 93
Chick-fil-A spokesman Mark Baldwin told The Associated Press that Cathy died at home surrounded by members of his family.
September 30 2014 - Watch: Family of Stabbing Victim Meet Hero Who Called 911
The girl was left for dead in the woods after being stabbed 19 times because her friends wanted to impress Internet character Slender Man.
September 30 2014 - Pilot killed qualifying for Reno Air Races, where 11 died in 2011
A pilot died in a plane crash Monday while attempting to qualify for the Reno National Championship Air Races, the same event where a wreck in 2011 killed a pilot and 10 spectators on the ground.
September 30 2014 - Sarasota High teacher Kyle Jutras dies
He had been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer in April. Jutras, who was also a junior varsity basketball coach and Venice High graduate, was only 24.
September 30 2014 - Scores, highlights from around region
A whale beached itself in southern St. Johns County on Tuesday afternoon, and a dolphin beached itself in Atlantic Beach on Tuesday morning. Both have since died.
September 30 2014 - Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy dies at age 93
ATLANTA – S. Truett Cathy, the billionaire founder of the privately held Chick-fil-A restaurant chain that famously closes on Sundays but also drew unwanted attention on gay marriage in recent years because of his family's conservative views, died early Monday, a company spokesman said. He was 93.
September 30 2014 - Controversial Chick-fil-A founder dies
S. Truett Cathy died early Monday, a company spokesman said. He was 93.
September 30 2014 - Area deaths for Sept. 3
Norval Lynn Cole II, 62, of New Philadelphia, died Friday. Services will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday in DB’s Saloon at 2397 state Route 39, New Philadelphia. Geib’s Tuscarawas Valley Crematory is handling arrangements. James S. Hauber, 82, of Cadiz, died Monday. Services will be held at noon Friday in St. Teresa’s Catholic Church in Cadiz. Calling hours are 10 to 11:30 a.m. in the Clark-Kirkland ...
September 30 2014 - Man stationed at Travis AFB killed in motorcycle crash
A Fairfield man died Saturday when his motorcycle collided with a vehicle in Suisun City, a police sergeant said.
September 30 2014 - Educator Alva Barnett: 1947-2014
Alva Barnett, who earned six degrees, wrote books and was a university professor, dies at 67.
September 29 2014 - AP Exclusive: Police short on Hispanic officers
FILE - This July 24, 2012 file photo shows police at the entrance to city hall in Anaheim, Calif. as demonstrators gathered on the steps to protest the death of Manuel Diaz, 25, who died as a result of gunshot wounds sustained during a police pursuit on Saturday.
September 29 2014 - 11-year-old dies in Florida boat fire; two rescued
An 11-year-old boy with autism died in a boat fire Sunday in Stuart, according to Stuart police. The fire started shortly after 10 a.m. Stuart police said the fire set off a secondary propane tank explosion. Promote to Mobile 0 read more
September 29 2014 - Report released after boy dies in boat fire
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers have released the initial report on a boat fire that ended in the death of an 11-year old autistic boy. Brian Birely and his wife, Karen Laake-Birely, lived on the 46-foot sailboat with their two children, Charlie and Abigail.   Watch the story The boat caught fire Sunday near the Sunset Marina and Shepard Park in Stuart.   The report ...
September 29 2014 - 11-year-old who died in Stuart boat fire ID'd
Police have ID'd the child who died in a boat fire Sunday.
September 29 2014 - 3 die in wrong-way crash with gas tanker
Three people died this morning when their car drove head-on into a gasoline tanker on a Tampa-area highway.
September 29 2014 - Parents of boy killed in boat fire out of hospital
The parents of an autistic Florida boy who died in a sailboat fire over the Labor Day weekend have been released from the hospital.
September 28 2014 - Family of FAMU band member who died in hazing case settles lawsuit with bus company, driver
The family of a Florida A&M University drum major who died after being hazed has reached a settlement with the owner of the bus on which the hazing took place.
September 28 2014 - Two defendants in Broward court cases commit suicide | Video
A Broward jury convicted Johonna Edwards of attempted murder Wednesday, hours after she was found dead in an apparent suicide in Boca Raton.
September 28 2014 - Clearwater woman who died while diving in Florida Keys leaves behind legacy
A Clearwater woman who died this week while diving offshore in the Florida Keys leaves behind a lega
September 28 2014 - Fla. woman missing from NW Indiana, daughter dies
Police in northwestern Indiana say a Florida woman has disappeared from the home of a daughter who was found armed and later died from a medical condition.
September 28 2014 - Death by natural causes in Cape Coral
Cape Coral Police Department confirms the woman who was found dead in the area of 1700 Coral Point Drive, died of natural causes.
September 28 2014 - Florida man dies after suffering medical condition on I-65
A Florida man died after suffering a medical condition while driving on Interstate 65 in Lowndes County Thursday.
September 28 2014 - One dead in small plane crash near St. Pete
A single-seat aircraft reportedly crashed less than one mile from Albert Whitted Airport in St. Petersburg, Sunday. A Pinellas County Sheriff's Office dive team recovered one individual deceased. The name of the individual is being withheld pending notification of next of kin.
September 28 2014 - Dunedin woman missing in Indiana
FOWLER, Ind. – Police in northwestern Indiana say a Florida woman has disappeared from the home of a daughter who was found armed and later died from a medical condition.
September 28 2014 - I-75 fatal crash shuts down south bound lanes Sunday
The driver of a stalled car died after being hit by a tractor trailer rig according to the Florida Highway Patrol.  The crash blocked the south bound lanes of I-75 near Charlotte Harbor for hours. 
September 28 2014 - Woman missing after daughter's death in NW Indiana
FOWLER, Ind. (AP) — Police in northwestern Indiana say a Florida woman has disappeared from the home of a daughter who was found armed and later died from a medical condition.
September 28 2014 - Bishop Nevins, founding bishop of Venice, Fla., dies at 82
Bishop John J. Nevins, pictured in this undated file photo, died Aug. 26 at 82. (CNS/Ed Foster Jr.)
September 28 2014 - Inventor of Rogaine dies
MIAMI (AP) – A South Florida dermatologist credited with helping develop the first baldness remedy recognized by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has died. He was 80. Dr. Guinter Kahn’s daughter Michelle said her father died Sept.
September 28 2014 - Clearwater woman dies while diving in Florida Keys
A 68-year old woman from Clearwater has died while diving offshore in the Florida Keys. Monroe County sheriff's officials said Elizabeth Hoaglin was on a boat trip with friends, scuba diving and lobstering in about 10-feet of water Monday afternoon near Jewfish Channel.
September 28 2014 - Orlando tech companies target Ebola threat
Amid the global battle against Ebola, some Central Florida companies are developing what could become critical parts of the arsenal against the deadly outbreak, industry experts say.
September 28 2014 - FHP: Truck driver dies yielding to firefighters
A semi driver killed Wednesday in a freak crash near St. Cloud — he was crushed when his load shifted while yielding to a fire truck — was identified today.
September 28 2014 - Woman shot dead at Orlando condo complex
A 24-year-old woman was found shot to death Friday morning at an Orange County condo complex, two days after a man was slain there, according to deputies. Orange County deputies said Jennifer Valentin-Muniz died in the shooting, which occurred at the Blossom Park condos on Landstreet Road, just south of the Florida Mall in Orlando. The Sheriff's Office said deputies were called to a report of ...
September 28 2014 - Retired WPLG-Ch. 10 meteorologist Walter Cronise dies | Sign guest book
Former WPLG-Ch. 10 meteorologist Walter Cronise, hailed as one of South Florida's pioneers of TV weather forecasting, has died at age 90.
September 28 2014 - Fla. Department of Corrections creates database to track inmate deaths
The Florida Department of Corrections is making some changes after several inmates died under questionable circumstances, but it’s not enough for the widow of one prisoner from Orlando who died in March. Judith Arrascue claims her husband, Luis Arrascue, was murdered despite a DOC investigation calling her husband’s death an accident. “I want to know how he died,” she said. “They told me that he ...
September 28 2014 - William Robert Thompson, Jr.
William Robert Thompson, Jr., age 78, died suddenly at his home on September 16, 2014 in Miami Beach, Florida.
September 28 2014 - Elizabeth A. Melfi, 88
FULTON, NY – Elizabeth A. Melfi, 88, of Fulton, died Thursday September 25, 2014, at St. Luke Health Services, Oswego. Mrs. Melfi was born in Fulton to the late Amedeo and Gisella (Cuzzlin) Raponi. She had been a resident of … Continue reading →
September 27 2014 - Every Iowa State Football Rushing Leader From 2000 To 2006 Has Died
With the tragic drowning of Hiawatha Rutland, each rushing leader for the Iowa State Cyclones in the 2000 to 2006 time period is deceased. Sadly, there has been an eerie string of sudden deaths among members of the Iowa State football family over the past years. Ennis Haywood was the leading rusher for the Cyclones Every Iowa State Football Rushing Leader From 2000 To 2006 Has Died is an article ...
September 27 2014 - Fred Buckine, 75, husband of Justice Peggy Quince, has died
Fred Buckine, a former Hillsborough County judge and prosecutor and the husband of Florida Supreme Court Justice Peggy Quince for 38 years, died Saturday.
September 27 2014 - SWFL has new view of Vietnam War
Southwest Florida has a new way to view the Vietnam War. Three dedicated volunteers have spent countless hours unraveling the stories of those who died decades ago.
September 27 2014 - Tampa driver dies after Veterans Expressway crash
A driver has died from his injuries after he rolled his vehicle over while driving on the Veterans Expressway, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
September 27 2014 - FGCU Student found unresponsive in dorm, dies in hospital
A 19-year-old freshman at FGCU was pronounced dead at Gulf Coast Hospital Medical Center early Sunday after he was reported in distress at a university dorm.
September 27 2014 - Man, 21, dead after ejected from car that struck trees
A 21-year-old Clermont man died in a crash near Groveland early Saturday, a Florida Highway Patrol spokeswoman said.
September 27 2014 - Woman hurt in road rage incident dies of injuries
Police in southwest Florida say a 52-year-old woman has died months after she was struck by a vehicle during a road rage incident.
September 27 2014 - Orlando International Airport visionary dies
Long before Orlando International Airport was lauded as one of the sleekest, most traveler-friendly places in the airline world, it existed almost solely in the mind of John Wyckoff.
September 27 2014 - Gunman faces murder charge after victim dies 8 years later
Tomas Vasquez, who was shot in the stomach in Lauderhill in 2006, lived for eight years before finally succumbing to the wound in April.
September 27 2014 - FHP: Car recovered in deadly hit-and-run; owner won't cooperate
A Melbourne man died Thursday when a hit-and-run driver slammed into him as he picked up a hotel key from the traffic lane in the Kissimmee tourist area, officials said.
September 27 2014 - Tampa man dies days after wreck
A Tampa man died two days after his car overturned on the Veterans Expressway, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
September 27 2014 - Autopsy report: Cause of death of 10-month-old who died while sleeping with mom 'undetermined&#
The cause of death of a Stock Island infant who died while sleeping with his mother in April is "undetermined," according to the final autopsy report from the Monroe County… Click to Continue »
September 27 2014 - Former Hillsborough Judge Fred Buckine, 75, husband of Justice Peggy Quince, dies
Fred Buckine, a former Hillsborough County judge and prosecutor and the husband of Florida Supreme Court Justice Peggy Quince, died Saturday.
September 27 2014 - Motorcyclist dies following crash
A motorcyclist critically injured Wednesday night when a vehicle pulled out in front of him died early Thursday.
September 27 2014 - Alcohol not a factor in FGCU student's death
Alcohol was not a factor in the death of a Florida Gulf Coast University freshman. 19-year-old Austin Vonckx died from a medical condition, according to a friend of the family.
September 27 2014 - Clearwater woman dies after diving in Fla. Keys
A Clearwater woman died Monday after scuba diving in the Florida Keys. Elizabeth Hoaglin, 68, was on a boat trip with friends in the lower Keys when witnesses said they saw her struggling on the surface after being underwater for a few minutes, Monroe County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Becky Herrin said. Friends pulled her into the boat, began performing CPR and called the U.S. Coast Guard for ...
September 27 2014 - 2 wounded in mall shooting; 2 dead in car crash
KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) — Police say two people were wounded in a shooting at Florida mall, and two men in a car matching the suspects' vehicle description were killed in a crash as they fled.
September 26 2014 - FAMU band member's family settles with bus company
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The family of a Florida A&M University drum major who died after being hazed has reached a settlement with the owner of the bus on which the hazing took place.
September 26 2014 - Brooksville bicyclist injured in July dies
RIDGE MANOR WEST — A 54-year-old bicyclist who was struck by a semitrailer in July has died of his injuries, after more than a month in long-term care, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
September 26 2014 - 1995 Belle Glade murder suspect arrested in San Francisco
A man wanted in connection with a South Florida murder investigation from two decades ago has been arrested in California. Antonio Calvillo was arrested last week at his home in San Francisco, Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Teri Barbera said Wednesday. Calvillo is a suspect in the 1995 death of Shirley Laseter, 27, of Belle Glade. An autopsy concluded Laseter died of blunt-force ...
September 26 2014 - Women's City golf mainstay, 90, dies
Marcy Griffin had become a familiar sight at the Fort Wayne Women's City Golf Tournament, participating in a record 61 tournaments dating back to 1951. She played in every one from 1951 to 1996.
September 26 2014 - Two more sets of remains from reform school ID'd
Researchers have identified two more sets of remains buried on the grounds of a former Florida Panhandle reform school for over a half-century, the team announced Thursday. The University of South Florida team said it has identified the remains of 13-year-old Thomas Varnadoe and 12-year-old Earl Wilson, who both died while confined at the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys.
September 26 2014 - Texas researchers ID bones of boys killed at deadly reform school
Texas researchers are playing a major role in the painstaking identification of bones unearthed at an infamous Florida reform school that closed in 2011.
September 26 2014 - Three dead in wrong-way crash on I-275
TAMPA — Two sisters and a male passenger died Sunday morning in the fourth wrong-way crash along the same stretch of Interstate 275 this year, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
September 26 2014 - Tampa man dies from severe beating
TAMPA — A man who was attacked and beaten outside of his home on Sunday night has died from his injuries, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said.
September 26 2014 - Bradley believes he was born to perform in the Ryder Cup
As a 13-year-old, Keegan Bradley was one of many fans who ran on to the 18th green when America won the 1999 Ryder Cup in Brookline. Bradley was sitting on his fa­ther’s shoulders when Justin Leon­ard sunk his infamous putt which sparked wild celebrations and sparked a love affair with the com­petition that has never died. “That’s when I fell in love with the Ryder Cup.
September 25 2014 - Boy dies after being pulled from Deltona backyard pool
A unconscious child pulled out of a backyard pool in Deltona on Monday night was rushed to a hospital, a Volusia County sheriff's spokesman said.
September 25 2014 - San Francisco Man Arrested in Connection to Murder of Florida Prostitute Nearly 20 Years Ago
San Francisco police helped arrest a Florida fugitive who has been wanted for the murder of a Palm Beach prostitute in 1995. On March 19, 1995, 32-year-old Shirley Laseter, was found dead on the corner of Old State Road 80 and Duda Road, Belle Glade in Florida. Investigators combed the scene and found a 5-gallon bucket of dirt and an unused condom next to her body.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to ...
September 25 2014 - Reyes finds inspiration from late father
Kendall Reyes' father died this year from the N1H1 virus. Kendall's outlet is football.
September 25 2014 - Suspect in 1995 murder in Florida arrested in San Francisco this week
by Rob Nagle San Francisco police and sheriff’s detectives from Palm Beach County, Fla., made an arrest in a 1995 cold case homicide on Monday in San Francisco’s South of Market area, Officer Albie Esparza said Wednesday in a statement. Antonio Calvillo, 47, is charged with the murder of Shirley Laseter, who was 27 at the time of her death. Laseter was found dead on the corner of Old State Road ...
September 25 2014 - Dorothy M. Thornhill
Dorothy M. Thornhill, 87, a former resident of Ramona, died Sunday at Hillsboro Community Hospital. She was born July 14, 1927, at Herington to David B. and Mary (Bauer) McRae.
September 25 2014 - Florida editorial roundup
Recent editorials from Florida newspapers: Sept. 2 The Gainesville (Florida) Sun on endangered species: Manatees can be seen swimming near the shores of coastal Florida, but they're not doing swimmingly as a species. The 830 manatees that died in 2013 set a new mortality record. ...
September 25 2014 - FHP: 2 dead after crash in Osceola County
Two people died Tuesday when their car spun out of control and an oncoming vehicle slammed into them in Osceola County, officials said.
September 25 2014 - Call center agent hit by vehicle, dies
A CALL center agent died after he was hit by an...
September 25 2014 - Longtime Lakeland Golf Coach Dies at 69
Former Lakeland High School golf coach Bill Joyner died at his Lakeland home Thursday night after a lengthy illness.
September 25 2014 - Dozier graves yield more names, but how young boys died still mysterious
TAMPA — Researchers have identified the remains of two more boys unearthed from a graveyard at Florida's notorious reform school in the Panhandle town of Marianna. The remains of Thomas Varnadoe and Earl Wilson, who both died under suspicious circumstances while in custody at the Florida School for Boys, will be returned to their …
September 25 2014 - Italy activists denounce death of mother bear
Animal rights groups called Thursday for the resignation of Italy's environment minister and the forestry police opened an investigation after a mother bear died during a capture operation ordered after she scuffled...
September 25 2014 - Man shot, killed in courtyard of Orlando condo complex
A 23-year-old man died Thursday morning after being shot in a courtyard at an Orange County condo complex, according to officials. Orange County deputies said Jose Pomales-Santiago died in the shooting, which happened at the Blossom Park condos on Landstreet Road, just south of the Florida Mall in Orlando. Deputies said they were called to the condos and encountered a vehicle in which Pomales ...
September 25 2014 - FHP: Woman died after car hit tree in Volusia
A woman died Thursday when her sport utility vehicle spun off the road and hit a tree in a ditch in Volusia County, officials said.
September 25 2014 - Semi, pickup collide; one person dies
One person was killed in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 301 that blocked most of the busy highway Tuesday night.
September 25 2014 - Lake County facility for disabled under fire again
Carlton Palms Educational Center is facing problems again, this time over the death of 14-year-old autistic girl Paige Lunsford.   Lunsford died in July of last year just two weeks after she was admitted to the Lake County facility.   In a 22-page report, Florida Department of Children and Families investigators blamed Lunsford's death on medical neglect and inadequate supervision at the hands ...
September 25 2014 - Misunderstanding leads to Florida mall shooting; suspects die in car crash
ORLANDO Fla. (Reuters) - A shooting in a Florida store began with a misunderstanding when a shopper whistled to get his son's attention and ended with two shot and two dead in a car crash, authorities said on Wednesday.
September 25 2014 - The deadly truth about vaccine denialism
"People assume this will never happen to them until it happens to them"
September 25 2014 - Hundreds attend memorial for Pasco grad who died at FGCU
LUTZ — Austin Vonckx was remembered for his side-splitting sense of humor, selfless acts of kindness and adventurous nature during a memorial service on Sunday at The Bethany Center, where he once worked.
September 24 2014 - Award-winning Southern Illinoisan journalist dies
Becky Malkovich, a well-known and award-winning journalist for The Southern Illinoisan, died Monday.
September 24 2014 - Woman killed in wrong-way crash on I-75 in Pasco
All southbound lanes of Interstate 75 were closed Monday morning, after a wrong-way driver died in a crash with a tractor-trailer. FHP troopers have identified the driver as 25-year-old Jessica Mahn of Tampa.
September 24 2014 - Driver dies in I-75 wrong-way crash
Investigators and commuters are once again trying to figure out just what happened after yet another wrong-way driver on a Bay Area interstate. This time, it ended with a fatal crash on southbound I-75.
September 24 2014 - Michigan Man Is Walking To Raise Funds & Awareness For Mission Of Hope Cancer Fund
A Michigan man is on a journey from Jackson, Michigan to Tampa, Florida. Roland Frasier, 61, passed through Paris, Kentucky Monday evening. He's walking to raise funds and awareness for Mission of hope Cancer Fund; a non-profit organization that provides direct financial assistance to cancer patients and their families. Frasier's wife, Shirley, died of cancer last December. He said financially ...
September 24 2014 - Woman dies in wrong-way crash on I-75 near Tampa
Woman dies in wrong-way crash on I-75 near Tampa (AP) — A fatal, wrong-way crash has stopped traffic traveling southbound on Interstate 75.
September 24 2014 - Tunnel to Towers 5K run and walk attracts thousands
To honor those who died on 9/11, thousands of runners participated in the annual Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers 5K Run & Walk that began at Fort Lauderdale's Huizenga Park.
September 24 2014 - Woman dies in Citrus crash
FLORAL CITY — An Ocala woman died Sunday afternoon when her car veered off a road and hit a tree, authorities said.
September 24 2014 - Greyhound Deaths Investigated: 1 Greyhound Dies Every 3 Days At Florida Dog Tracks
Prior to May 2013, dog tracks in Florida were not required by law to report any dog deaths related to the activity. However, in May of 2013 legislators passed a law requiring dog race tracks to report any dog death that occurs on the track grounds. Just 10 days after the passage of the law, Greyhound Deaths Investigated: 1 Greyhound Dies Every 3 Days At Florida Dog Tracks is an article from: The ...
September 24 2014 - Woman dies in I-75 wrong-way crash near Tampa
The southbound lanes of Interstate 75 north of Tampa are open again following a fatal, wrong-way
September 24 2014 - John Morgan tells Rotarians how marijuana helped his dying father
TAMPA — The trial lawyer leading the campaign to legalize medical marijuana in Florida said his father — a man who generally scorned drugs — died with dignity because of marijuana.
September 24 2014 - Immigrant smuggler pleads guilty after being caught again
The first time George Rolle got caught smuggling immigrants into South Florida at least one person died, two others disappeared at sea and Rolle was sent to federal prison.
September 24 2014 - A way to remember
Earlier this month, when a memorial to the five young men who died at Jumbolair was unceremoniously removed by the property owner, there were questions about the propriety of such unauthorized displays.
September 24 2014 - Lynne Breidenbach, Prominent Voice in Radio, Conservative Politics Dies at 57
Lynne Miller Breidenbach of Lakeland, a prominent voice on Christian radio and a guiding force in conservative politics, died Tuesday at age 57.
September 24 2014 - Woman who died in wrong-way crash recently moved to Tampa
In what is becoming a disturbingly familiar occurrence on Tampa-area highways, a 25-year-old woman died when her car slams into a semi on I-75 in Pasco.
September 24 2014 - Deadly Crash Closes NB I-75
Southbound I-75 is completely shut down in Dade City after yet another wrong-way crash.
September 24 2014 - New Port Richey boy dies in crash
HUDSON — A 12-year-old New Port Richey boy was killed Saturday when the van he was riding in collided with a car and he was thrown onto the roadway, authorities said.
September 24 2014 - After Florida inmate's lethal gassing, claims of cover-up
Randall Jordan-Aparo died weeping and gasping for breath on the concrete floor of his prison isolation cell, naked except for his white boxer shorts.
September 24 2014 - Woman dies, man missing after canoe sinks in Ocala lake
Dive teams are searching for a missing man in Marion County. Investigators said five people were in a canoe on Halfmoon Lake at the Ocala National Forest when it sank Sunday night. "The boat was a 14-to 16-foot canoe. It took on water and sunk. Some people across the lake heard some yelling coming from this area," said Greg Workman of Florida Fish and Wildlife. On board the canoe were two ...
September 24 2014 - Jury seated in north Florida retrial of loud music shooting
By Susan Cooper Eastman JACKSONVILLE Fla. (Reuters) - A jury was seated on Wednesday in the north Florida retrial of a middle-aged white man charged with killing an unarmed black teenager during a dispute over loud rap music. On Thursday afternoon the jury will begin hearing the same first-degree murder charge against Michael Dunn that left another jury deadlocked in February. Dunn, 47, a ...
September 24 2014 - Woman dies, man missing in Central Florida boating tragedy
A boating tragedy on a lake in the Ocala National Forest dumped a family of five, including two children, into the water, leaving a man missing and a woman dead, officials said. The incident occurred around 7 p.m. Sunday on Halfmoon Lake near Silver Springs. According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the family was in a canoe, which took on some water and capsized.  Four ...
September 24 2014 - Mother, son dead after canoe accident in Halfmoon Lake
A woman and her grown son died after their canoe overturned Sunday in Halfmoon Lake in the Ocala National Forest.
September 24 2014 - Catherine R. Mullin, resident of Wollaston
Catherine R. (Quatromoni) Mullin of Wollaston, a retired parking attendant, died Friday. She first worked at the Army base in South Boston where she met her husband. After raising her family, she went back to work as a parking attendant at the Wollaston MBTA station for more than 20 years before retiring. Mrs. Mullin was proud of her Catholic faith and enjoyed crocheting, reading and cooking.
September 24 2014 - Frederick Gale Ruffner, Jr. Founder of Gale Research, Dies at Age 88
GROSSE POINTE, Mich., Sept. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Frederick Gale Ruffner, Jr., whose legendary directories and literary resources transformed library reference service around the world, died August 12, 2014 in Detroit, MI. Mr. Ruffner and his wife Mary founded Gale Research Co., one of the world's largest library reference publishers.  The founding of Gale marked the beginning of 50 years of ...
September 24 2014 - Doctor who helped develop Rogaine dies in Miami
MIAMI (AP) — A South Florida dermatologist credited with helping develop the first baldness remedy recognized by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has died. He was 80.
September 24 2014 - Potpourri
Harry to inherit mum Diana’s 10m pound gift on 30th birthday London: Britain’s Prince Harry is set for a 10 million pound gift on his 30th birthday next month as his share of mother Princess Diana’s inheritance. When Diana, Princess of Wales, died in Paris in 1997, her will stipulated that a share of her fortune should go to her two sons when they each turned 25. The executors, however, later ...
September 24 2014 - Drum major Robert Champion's parents settle with bus company, driver in FAMU hazing lawsuit
The parents of FAMU drum major Robert Champion have settled the wrongful-death lawsuit against the company that owned the bus on which their son was beaten during a band hazing in Orlando before he was pronounced dead.
September 24 2014 - Ray Hartstein, first chairman of Oakton Community College, dies
Ray Hartstein died Sunday at 96 in his Vernon Hills home, after influencing education, business and public service in this area.
September 23 2014 - Florida man admitted slaughtering family in chilling 911 call
Miami (AFP) - A Florida man who shot dead his daughter and six grandchildren calmly admitted his crimes in a chilling 911 call before killing himself, but a motive for the slaughter may never be known, police said Tuesday.
September 23 2014 - Headlines: Fla chidren, baby deaths; Teen jailed for refusing to go to school
Suspect in 4 deaths caught at Florida hotel... Dead baby found in trash bin in North Miami... Florida teen jailed for refusing to go to school... Couple exchanges vows, rappel down Miami hotel... Small plane crashes into Atlantic off Miami Beach... Police chief suspended over ticket quotas resigns... Couple charged in girl's pool death...
September 23 2014 - Margaret J. “Peggy” Reichlin
Margaret J. “Peggy” Reichlin, 91 years old, of Elyria, died Thursday, September 18, 2014, at The Abbewood. She was born in Cleveland, on July 23, 1924. Peggy moved to Elyria in 1948, with her late husband, Leonard, where they opened Reichlin Funeral Home. She was a graduate of Notre Dame High School in Cleveland and Read More... The post Margaret J. “Peggy” Reichlin appeared first on Chronicle ...
September 23 2014 - Arizona Tree Surgeon Decapitated After Falling into Wood Chipper
A landscaper died after an horrific accident in which he tripped and fell head first into a wood chipper, according to Florida Police.
September 23 2014 - Tampa woman dies in another wrong-way crash
DADE CITY — A 25-year-old Tampa woman died early Monday as she drove the wrong way on Interstate 75 and collided with a semitrailer truck, authorities said, bringing to 11 the number of people killed so far this year in wrong-way crashes on Tampa Bay's interstates.
September 23 2014 - Legendary sportswriter remembers mentor, former Ky. GOP leader Larry Van Hoose
Longtime sportswriter Billy Reed remembers Larry Van Hoose, a former mentor of his who died in Florida last week.
September 23 2014 - Bicyclist dies in Clearwater crash
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, 33-year-old Kyle Schlittenhart was riding northbound along the sidewalk on 58th Street North, approaching Roosevelt Boulevard, just before midnight when he failed to stop for the crosswalk.
September 23 2014 - Authorities ID man who died in early Sunday crash on turnpike near Jupiter
Monday update: The man who died after being thrown from a car on Florida’s Turnpike near Jupiter has been identified.
September 22 2014 - Oklahoma Sports Headlines
Attorneys in Oklahoma are preparing to argue that the state should release a report about a drug rehabilitation facility where three patients died. A Pittsburg County judge will hear arguments tomorrow about Narconon...
September 22 2014 - Fatal wrong-way crash blocks SB I-75 for hours
All southbound lanes of Interstate 75 were closed Monday morning, after a wrong-way driver died in a crash with a tractor-trailer.
September 22 2014 - Port St. Lucie woman killed in Turnpike crash
Florida Highway Patrol says one person died early Sunday just before 1 a.m. on the Florida Turnpike in Palm Beach County.
September 22 2014 - Girl dies in Adelaide show ride fall
An eight-year-old girl has died after being thrown from a ride at the Royal Adelaide show.
September 22 2014 - Margaret Walson, Service Electric co-founder, dies
She and husband John co-founded Service Electric, pioneering industry. She and husband John co-founded Service Electric, pioneering industry.
September 22 2014 - Nursing home neglect trial challenges shell company transfers
Juanita Jackson died in July 2003, five weeks after she was removed from a Florida nursing home where her family said continual neglect led to multiple bedsores, malnutrition and a fall that injured her head. Trying to collect a $110 million verdict against two nursing home companies has led her family on a four-year odyssey through a maze of private-equity firms and shell companies to a ...
September 22 2014 - 2 Dead After Private Plane Crashes Near Jamaica
Two people aboard a small U.S. plane that took off from New York on Friday have died after the aircraft crashed off the island of Jamaica, according to Jamaican officials and the New York state government. A Jamaican military spokesman says the private plane went down about 14 miles northeast of Port Antonio. The plane passed its intended destination in Naples, Florida after the pilot ceased ...
September 22 2014 - Margaret Walson, Co-Founder of Service Electric Cable Television Dies
BOCA RATON, FL — Margaret Walson, the co-founder of Service Electric Cable Television has died. Walson, along with her late husband John, are credited with creating the first cable television company in the nation when they formed Service Electric Cable Television in Mahanoy City in 1948. Walson died Wednesday at her home in Boca Raton, […]
September 22 2014 - Nursing Home Neglect Trial Fights Shell Company Transfers
Juanita Jackson died in July 2003, five weeks after she was removed from a Florida nursing home where her family said continual neglect led to multiple bedsores, malnutrition and a fall that injured her head.
September 22 2014 - Retrial begins in Florida in loud music shooting
By Susan Cooper Eastman JACKSONVILLE Fla. (Reuters) - Jury selection began on Monday in the retrial of a middle-aged white man charged with killing an unarmed black teenager during a dispute over loud rap music. With protesters gathered outside the courthouse, screening started for the first 100 jurors out of 489 summoned for the case in Jacksonville, where a jury previously deadlocked on a ...
September 21 2014 - One dead, 9 injured in North Fort Myers school bus crash
Lee County deputies and Florida Highway Patrol troopers are on the scene of a crash involving a school bus in North Fort Myers.
September 21 2014 - Motorcyclist dies after hitting deer in Monroe County
A motorcyclist from Florida has died after an accident last week in Monroe County, in which he hit a deer, authorities said.
September 21 2014 - New case of bacterial infection in Charlotte County
Health department officials say a third person is infected with vibrio vulnificus, a potentially deadly bacteria found in warm water.
September 21 2014 - Man accused of killing Davie woman appears in court
A man accused of murdering a woman during an apparent burglary made his first appearance in court Friday. The family of 20-year-old Dayont'e Resiles showed up at court while Resiles was looped in through a TV monitor. Jill Su, 59, was found dead Sept. 8 in the bathtub of her home at the upscale West Ridge community.  According to the police report, Resiles, entered Su's home by breaking a window ...
September 21 2014 - Pedestrian struck by van in Pasco County dies
A woman who was struck by a vehicle on Saturday died on Monday from injuries she sustained in the crash, the Florida Highway Patrol said on Tuesday.
September 21 2014 - Stanley man died of head injury in America
A FORMER County Durham man who emigrated to America died of a head injury, an inquest heard today.
September 21 2014 - Pedestrian struck by van on SR 52 dies
A woman who was struck by a vehicle on Saturday died on Monday from injuries she sustained in the crash, the Florida Highway Patrol said on Tuesday.
September 21 2014 - 17th panther dies on southwest Florida roads
A Florida panther was hit and killed by a vehicle just north of the Big Cypress Seminole Reservation in Hendry County Tuesday, marking the 17th road kill this year.                
September 21 2014 - Attorney Jose Baez seeks justice for Alex Zaldivar's family
Alex Zaldivar would have turned 21 this week.  On September 12, 2012, just hours before he was set to testify in court as a victim and witness in a home invasion case against Bessamin Okafor, he and his two roommates were shot in their Ocoee home.  Alex died, the two roommates severely injured. 
September 20 2014 - FHP: Passenger had minor injuries after the crash
A man died after his car left San Jose Boulevard at the entrance ramp to Interstate 295 and struck a tree about midnight Saturday, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
September 20 2014 - Oliver Springs woman dies when vehicle runs off road into pond
An Oliver Springs woman died Tuesday night when her vehicle ran off the road and into a pond. Amy Hall, 23, was pronounced dead at the scene.
September 20 2014 - Police: Florida man killed after crash on I-65 in Tippecanoe County had 0.29 BAC
TIPPECANOE COUNTY (Aug. 29, 2014) – A Florida man who died after his SUV collided with a semi truck Thursday afternoon had a blood alcohol level more than three times the legal limit. According to Indiana State Police, Michael E. Snodgrass, 52, Pinellas Park, Fla., died as a result of injuries he suffered in the […]
September 20 2014 - Girl dies in family swimming pool on Labor Day
YULEE, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say a 9-year-old northeast Florida girl is dead after an apparent drowning in her family's swimming pool. The Nassau County Sheriff's Office reports that the girl's father called the fire department for help shortly after noon on Labor Day.
September 20 2014 - High-speed rollover crash kills man, 23, in Crystal River
A 23-year-old Beverly Hills man died early Sunday after a high-speed crash off N Citrus Avenue in wh
September 20 2014 - Driver dies in rollover crash in Citrus County
The Florida Highway Patrol said the 23-year-old driver was traveling on N Citrus Avenue at a high rate of speed. It went off the roadway and overturned several times.
September 20 2014 - Ga. man dies while diving in Fla. Keys on Labor Day
A Georgia man died while diving in the Florida Keys on Labor Day. Larry Rowan, 59, of Tifton, Georgia, was on a private vessel with his brother-in-law and a friend near the Spanish Harbor Bridge when they went diving for lobsters Monday afternoon, Monroe County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Becky Herrin said. The three men separated, but only two returned to the boat. After looking for Rowan for ...
September 20 2014 - Deadly dolphin virus shows up in Indian River lagoon
Scientists say a virus that has killed bottlenose dolphins along the East Coast has spread to central Florida's Indian River Lagoon.   Megan Stolen, a research scientist at the Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute, says 18 dead bottlenose dolphins were found in the area in August.   Florida Today reports that 70 dolphins typically die in the lagoon region annually. So far this year, 67 dolphins ...
September 20 2014 - Meningitis suspected in death of Georgetown student from S. Florida
A Georgetown University student died Tuesday after apparently contracting meningitis, the university said.
September 20 2014 - Deadly dolphin virus shows up in Florida lagoon
Scientists say a virus that has killed bottlenose dolphins along the East Coast has spread to central Florida's Indian River Lagoon.
September 20 2014 - Sebring woman jailed for feeding bears dies
An 81-year-old woman jailed for allegedly feeding black bears at her Sebring home passed away Friday.
September 20 2014 - Morgan County man dies in early morning fire
A man died in a camper fire early Thursday morning in rural Morgan County.
September 19 2014 - Brandon man dies days after car crash
TAMPA — An 88-year-old Brandon man has died of injuries he suffered in a Tuesday afternoon car crash, authorities said Friday.
September 19 2014 - 1 killed in Cocoa shooting that prompted school lockdowns
A woman is dead after a shooting Friday morning in Cocoa that prompted school lockdowns in the area. Cocoa police said Tahnika Michelle Duppins, 32, died in the shooting, which occurred at 565 Johnston St. Local 6 News partner Florida Today reports police believe more than one person was involved in the shooting and that it was not a random act. A suspect was questioned on Lakeview Drive, but ...
September 19 2014 - One dead and three injured in crash near Hillsborough-Pinellas line
TAMPA — A Dunedin man died and three people were taken to the hospital with critical injuries after a Wednesday afternoon crash involving five vehicles on W Hillsborough Avenue, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
September 19 2014 - Tampa man charged with DUI manslaughter after August crash
TAMPA — A man driving a pickup truck whose passenger died when he struck a pole last month was arrested Thursday, police said.
 
 
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