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WEST PALM BEACH, FL (WFLX)-- Emergency managers participated in a statewide hurricane drill at the Palm Beach County Emergency Operations Center. There was a new addition to the operation Wednesday asMore >>
Emergency managers participated in a statewide hurricane drill at the Palm Beach County Emergency Operations Center.More >>
ORLANDO, FL (WFLX) - Wednesday morning an FBI agent was involved in a deadly shootout that could have ties with the Boston Marathon bombings. Authorities have not identified the suspect, but, an OrlandoMore >>
Wednesday morning an FBI agent was involved in a deadly shootout that could have ties with the Boston Marathon bombings.More >>
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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A Chinese-born Canadian citizen is being held for stalking the family of Academy Award-winning actress and Louisville native Jennifer Lawrence. The Indian Hills Police DepartmentMore >>
The Indian Hills Police Department said Han Cong Zhao contacted the brother of Jennifer Lawrence more than 200 times and left a threatening voice mail message.More >>
MARTIN COUNTY, FL (WFLX)--A man is being treated for rabies exposure after a raccoon in Martin County bit him, according to the Martin County Health Department. The animal tested positive for the disease. ItMore >>
A man is being treated for rabies exposure after a raccoon in Martin County bit him.More >>
WEST PALM BEACH, FL (WFLX) - Seven days after it closed for emergency repairs, the aging Flagler Memorial Bridge is scheduled to open to limited traffic on Tuesday has learned.
The vital link from the barrier island to the mainland was closed for emergency repairs after the bridge's locks were knocked out of alignment during the long-planned construction of a replacement bridge.
When the bridge reopens at 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday, one lane will be open in each direction for passenger cars only.
Vehicles that weigh five tons or more -- larger than an average pickup truck -- will not be allowed on the bridge.
Earlier this year, the Florida Department of Transportation committed more than $94 million to build a wider and taller bridge south of the existing bridge.
More than 16,000 cars cross the bridge daily and business owners in Palm Beach said the closure had impacted their bottom line.