PORT ST. LUCIE, FL (WFLX) - Smoke from a controlled burn in Martin County impacted the southern part of St. Lucie County near the Tradition community Tuesday afternoon. The Florida Forest ServiceMore >>
Smoke from a controlled burn in Martin County impacted the southern part of St. Lucie County near the Tradition community Tuesday afternoon.More >>
By Jon ShainmanPORT ST. LUCIE, FL (WFLX) - The prosecution has rested in the sentencing hearing for Tyler Hadley, the Port St. Lucie man who pleaded no contest to killing his parents in 2011. DuringMore >>
During testimony Tuesday a crime scene investigator showed photos inside the home and held the framing hammer used to kill Blake and Mary Jo Hadley in 2011. Right before it was displayed, some family members left the courtroom. Others covered their faces.More >>
WEST PALM BEACH, FL (WFLX) - Meet the Perry siblings where keeping it country is their family business. "The three of us, even when we were kids, our parents always said, 'You're never going to be in theMore >>
After finishing up their first-ever headlining tour, the multi-award winning group made their way south for WIRK's annual Rib Round up at the Cruzan Amphitheater.More >>
LANTANA, FL (WFLX)-- A small plane crashed Tuesday morning at the Lantana Airport after having problems with its landing gear, according to officials. At 9:54 a.m. rescue crews responded to the sceneMore >>
A small plane crashed Tuesday morning at the Lantana Airport after having problems with its landing gearMore >>
GREENACRES, FL (WFLX) - A man who Greenacres police say pointed a gun at store employees and took pills last month has been caught. The suspect, Gary T. Faircloth, is currently being held in the PalmMore >>
A man who Greenacres police say pointed a gun at store employees and took pills last month has been caught.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 protest of not being paid. "They had just a mosh pit of people scrambling through keys, and people saying they're gonna miss their flight. Some people screaming they're gonna call the police," said cruise-goer Brian Kline.
Some people had to call a locksmith to have new keys made. Others had to call friends and family to have them bring spares.
Customers say Premier Parking Ventures is placing the blame on the valets, but the valets are placing it right back on the Tampa-based company.
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