The daring Ohioan dug up a fortune lost in a mid-19th century storm, only to disappear when investors in his recovery project starting clamoring for their share.
The story of Ratchet Regi, the viral video queen and resident top partier of the infamous Sausage Castle party house.
I spoke with one returning soldier who got his life back on track by living in the notorious Floridian party house.
Like a strip club or casino, time seems to stops once you're inside the Sausage Castle.
I caught up with him after the Charlie Hebdo attacks to see if he was worried about being targeted by al Qaeda.
It's not just one of the state's most notorious and bizarre party houses—it's also the home of a band of American outcasts who have created a genuine alternative family for themselves.
Florida being Florida, the weddings featured matching white dress suits, Sea World Discovery Cove proposal stories, and conservative protesters.
Polls suggest most Americans believe states should drug test individuals who benefit from government programs, and politicians are following their lead. But does it make any sense?
Who was the whiniest whiner of the year? The mom who called the cops because her kid was watching porn? The pastor who refused to bury a gay man? The cops who arrested a 90-year-old for feeding the homeless? Vote here!
America's once vibrant shopping centers are in decline, but people still come for the cinnamon pretzels and weird massage gadgets.
It's official: Dubya's brother has "decided to actively explore the possibility" of becoming the third Bush in as many decades to run the country.
The police in Sunrise, Florida, are notorious for luring criminals into their jurisdiction to nab their assets, and it looks like NYPD cop Phil LeRoy is their latest victim.
I watched Bill Cosby receive multiple standing ovations at his first US comedy performance since more than a dozen women have accused him of drugging and raping them.
Classes were cancelled at the college Thursday after a man opened fire in a campus library, wounding three people before being shot to death by the cops.
Cops reportedly brandished handguns and even an AR-15 rifle during the exercise, which may have done more harm than good by traumatizing a bunch of kids.
The LAPD is trying to make its officers better drivers, but police departments around the country should also be monitoring the way cops interact with civilians.
This week: A woman hit a couple with her PT Cruiser in a Walmart parking lot because they stole her spot and a 90-year-old man was arrested for feeding the homeless.
Cops in Fort Lauderdale wrote Arnold Abbott a citation for giving food to the hungry, but he's not going to let laws stop his charity efforts. "I'm not worried about jail," he said.
Nov 5, 2014
In a blow to prohibitionists, Oregon and Alaska became the third and fourth states to fully legalize weed Tuesday. Voters in Washington, D.C., also approved a sweeping measure to legalize the drug.
Florida's medical marijuana vote was supposed to be a bellwether for the national legalization movement. But now, supporters face an uphill battle against a well-funded opposition campaign that is determined to beat back reforms of the state's drug laws.
The 2014 midterm elections are on Tuesday, and no one cares. You should. So in the vague hope that you live in a state that allows same-day registration, here's the basic shit you need to know about.
This week: A man allegedly shot someone because a dog pooped in his yard and a mother flipped out because her son was able to purchase a pumpkin carving kit.
We were suburban teenagers there for a Halloween scare, but it suddenly seemed like we were about to become characters in a horror movie.
On October 7, the city of South Miami's vice mayor proposed the idea of creating multiple Floridas. His resolution, which passed 3-2, suggests that the new state of South Florida would start from Orlando and go all the way to the Keys.