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Brevard County: Palm Bay woman named Walk MS Ambassador
BREVARD -- For Joanne Green, the honor of being named the Ambassador for this year's Brevard Walk MS fundraiser began 20 years ago with a nagging pain in her left eye. An appointment with an ophthalmologist began a diagnosis that ultimately left the Palm Bay resident as one of the estimated 400,000 U.S. citizen......
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Indian River County: Litters of unwanted puppies highlight need for fixing pets
SEBASTIAN -- Technically spring hasn't even sprung, but at a local animal rescue, the stork has already brought two litters of tiny puppies who need homes. In one box, five tan and white boys with their all white sister squirm together, literally in a good old fashioned dogpile, to stay warm and seek......
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Martin County: Memory field brings awareness to child abuse
MARTIN COUNTY -- The flags stand quietly, slowly waving in the breeze. While the sight might be serene, the message the flags bring is a somber one. That's because each flag stands for a child who died in Florida as a result of child abuse and neglect last year. The memory field was designed by CASTLE, a ......
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St. Lucie County: Community mourns as deputy is laid to rest
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Flags in St. Lucie County flew at half-staff. Law enforcement from every corner of the Treasure Coast wore badges with black mourning bands. Hundreds gathered Monday at Westside Baptist Church in Fort Pierce to say goodbye to 35-year-old Sgt. Gary Morales, a St. Lucie County deputy who w......
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Volusia County: Police commander patrols deer farm by night
When Orange City police commander Jason Sampsell had to miss an interview at his deer farm because of a shooting at Walmart, he called for backup. Commander Sampsell's fiancÚ Jamie Cox -- the other half of J&J Whitetails -- had him covered. Seventeen deer meander around the five-acre breeder farm in DeLeon Springs. Some of the doe......
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