How does the new Channing Tatum movie measure up to the reality of the daily grind for a British male stripper?
Also this week: A couple allegedly attacked their neighbor with a rake because he called the cops on them for having loud sex.
Critics say that the Turkey Point facility is in danger thanks to rising sea levels and four decades of wear and tear.
Also this week: An 82-year-old man slashed a woman's tires because she took his favorite seat at bingo.
We hung out at the Doral Best Buy to see how many of Florida's greatest gamers would accept the challenge. Turns out, not many.
The intense law-enforcement focus on the Florida criminal organization has resulted in dozens of its members being locked up—and now it's the largest gang in the state prison system.
Queens-based photographer Malcolm Lightner spent several years photographing this unique sport in his hometown of Four Corners, Florida. Now, he's making a photography book dedicated to it.
Heather Hironimus was in tears and handcuffs while she signed the form authorizing the removal of her son's foreskin.
Ian Christensen is telling people they can legally grow weed for medical use in Florida. The problem is, they can't, and some of them have been arrested for it.
Four incidents in one week highlight just how hard it is to maintain the air of dignity we insist on from our corpse-mobiles.
It's just the latest bizarre brush with the law for the former neighborhood watchman, who was acquitted in the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in 2013.
April Brogan's undignified death in custody says a lot about how the police and society at large treat sex workers.
Also this week: A guy allegedly shot someone for talking to his wife on Facebook.
At least four Florida-based ferry companies have been approved to begin operating direct passenger lines to Cuba, marking the first major development in the normalization of US-Cuban relations.
Isn't getting sand all up in your junk punishment enough?
A federal criminal complaint accuses a 22-year-old and her ex boyfriend of bringing several kilos of flakka into south Florida from Hong Kong between March and April.
A Florida women's lawsuit against the police was tossed out of court, so she called the judge a hoe in writing in the greatest legal filing of all time.
Reports of drug users with "superhuman strength" seem overblown, but the new synthetic drug is a serious problem in Florida's Broward County, say cops and addiction specialists.
Port Richey is a town of about 2.1 square miles and 2,600 residents. Those residents pay for police officers that are hardly around, because they're constantly dealing with the criminal activity at Walmart.
An attorney at the advocacy group Electronic Frontier Foundation calls the case against 14-year-old Florida boy Domanik Green "crazy."
The more we learn about these fake cell phone towers that no one wants to talk about, the scarier it gets.
Amy Freeze never tried the finished product, but her 11-year-old son did.
According to experts, it's more complicated than that.
Satanic artist JJ Brine has decided to shut down his art gallery, one of the last few interesting spaces in the Lower East Side's sea of Chipotles and ATM machines.