SEBASTIAN, FL(WFLX) - A Treasure Coast teenager has 24 hours to decide whether to accept a deal from the state attorneys' office for a relationship she had with a 14-year-old girl. A rally is set forMore >>
A Treasure Coast teenager has 24 hours to decide whether to accept a deal from the state attorneys' office for a relationship she had with a 14-year-old girl. If Kaitlin Hunt decides to accept the deal, she would old would be labeled a child abuser but not a registered sex offender.More >>
Beth Pine, the Vice President and General Manager of Neiman Marcus Palm Beach stopped by the Fox 29 studios to discuss the newly released "Scatter my ashes at Bergdorf's". The documentary features the who's who of top designers such as Karl Lagerfeld, Dolce and Gabbana, and Christian Louboutin, and the fashion elite of New York city and centers around the history of the iconic department store.More >>
MIAMI (WFLX) - We've learned Jorge Barahona has written a letter to a Miami-Dade County judge. The letter says, he believes, audio recordings of conversations he had with his adoptive daughter, Nubia,More >>
New information is released about a South Florida man accused of abusing and killing one of his adopted children in 2011.More >>
SEBASTIAN, FL (WFLX)-- The 18-year-old Sebastian girl who is facing felony charges for her sexual relationship with a 14-year-old female schoolmate broke her silence on Wednesday in front of a crowd ofMore >>
The 18-year-old Sebastian girl, who is facing felony charges for her sexual relationship with a 14-year-old female schoolmate, broke her silence Wednesday in front of a crowd of supporters.More >>
(WFLX) - While summer has officially started, doctors are reminding parents to never leave their precious cargo in the car.
"Safe Kids" reports 33 children died last year from a heat-stroke after being left in a hot vehicle.
Pediatricians at Dallas' Children Medical Center found a vehicle's temperature can hit triple-digits in just a matter of minutes.
They say if you ever see an unattended child in a vehicle, call 9-1-1.