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(WMC-TV) - Two Mid-South cats living the last of their nine lives in luxury after an estate was left behind for them by their owner. Some might call them fat cats, because their house is in a gated community.More >>
Two Mid-South cats are living the last of their nine lives in luxury after an estate was left behind for them by their owner.More >>
MIAMI (WFLX) - A cruise vacation ends in disaster for some people after valet workers leave in protest. Passengers had just arrived to the Port of Miami when the workers dumped the car keys in protestMore >>
Passengers had just arrived to the Port of Miami when the workers dumped the car keys in protest of not being paid. More >>
BOCA RATON, FL (WFLX) - Date night in Boca Raton took an unusual twist last Friday night. Boca Raton police say that around 5:20 p.m., they received a call from a man walking his dog along SW 2nd Avenue. TheMore >>
Police bust a man trying to sneak his girlfriend, stuffed inside a large hockey equipment bag, into the Boca House Friday night.More >>
MIAMI (WFLX) - As Google continues its ongoing quest to record our planet one pixel at a time, the company has found itself capturing more than it bargained for.
A Florida woman, walking nude on her porch, was captured by Google's Street View camera as it rolled past her house in Miami.
And then, just like that, she was memorialized in all her glory for the world to see on Google Maps.
Shortly after the image became an Internet sensation, Google blurred her from digital existence — both her face and her body.
The Chicago Sun Times reports the company told Forbes magazine it typically uses "face blurring technology" to protect identities.
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