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Texas man accused of hanging veteran’s support dog for barking
A Texas man is accused of using an electrical cord to hang a veteran's emotional support dog after he was annoyed by her barking at the home he was boarding...
Ex-Coast Guard commander ordered to pay $17 million over murder-for-hire plot
A Florida Keys jury Tuesday awarded a real estate developer more than $17 million in his civil case against a former Coast Guard base commander who was convicted of commissioning...
Florida senators are pushing for Purple Hearts for service members wounded in the NAS Pensacola shooting
Florida's two senators are pushing the Defense Department to award Purple Hearts to the U.S. service members wounded in the December shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola
Ground broken for National POW/MIA Memorial & Museum
Military veterans from throughout Northeast Florida came together Saturday morning to honor comrades in arms who were prisoners of war or missing in action, and remember their sacrifice.
A Florida woman thought she found a porcelain plate. Turns out it was a WWII land mine.
"Jayne, is that the thing you have in a cooler on your living room floor?"
Green Berets receive dozens of combat awards for ‘valorous actions’ during Afghanistan deployment
"The valor we are recognizing today happened at the most tactical level – face to face fighting, close quarters combat, hand grenade range"
Reports of active shooter cause brief scare at MacDill Air Force Base
"There were no shots fired on MacDill, and no injuries to MacDill employees. More information will be released as it becomes available."
Chinese nationals keep getting arrested for taking pictures of Naval Air Station Key West
Four Chinese citizens have been arrested over the past year for illegally taking pictures of the base, including two this past weekend
A disgraced ex-Marine faked his way past presidential security checkpoints at a Florida airport
A 37-year-old Florida man, who was dishonorably discharged from the U.S. Marine Corps and subsequently required to register as a sex offender, was arrested after federal officials say he lied...
A Florida nonprofit wants to build a Monument to Women Veterans
"We really need to start showing respect to women by recognizing them."
US slams Moscow after Russian spy ship pulls ‘unsafe maneuvers’ off the coast of South Carolina
The Viktor Leonov is running without lights, not responding to hails by other vessels to coordinate safe passage, and moving erratically.
Army veteran gets 5 years for planting IED at Florida VA hospital
The court levied the minimum mandatory sentence to Mark Edward Allen — 5 years in prison — for a felony charge of "attempted destruction of United States property by means...
‘Millions’ stolen in decade-long buying fraud at Florida VA hospitals, officials say
At least 15 Department of Veterans Affairs employees and vendors in Florida were engaged in an "elaborate" fraud scheme that cost the government "millions" since 2009
Pensacola city officials dealing with ongoing cyberattack after naval base shooting
The city of Pensacola, Fla., has been experiencing a cyberattack since Friday and disconnected several city services until the issue is resolved. Mayor Grover Robinson's office said officials were not...
Florida Air Force vet gets life in prison for brutal attack on roommate who spurned him
In June, a jury convicted Air Force veteran Byron Mitchell of attempted murder and false imprisonment for the Feb. 14, 2016, attack that left Danielle Cabo Jones in a coma...
NAS Pensacola shooter railed against the US and quoted Osama bin Laden online hours before the attack
The Saudi airman accused of killing three people at a U.S. Navy base in Florida appeared to have posted criticism of U.S. wars and quoted slain al Qaeda leader Osama...
This NAS Pensacola shooting victim saved ‘countless lives’ during the attack, his brother says
Joshua Kaleb Watson has been identified as one of the victims of a shooting at the Naval Air Station Pensacola
4 dead in shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola
Four people are dead including the gunman. Another seven people remain hospitalized, two of which are sheriff's deputies
Former Special Forces soldier acquitted of child sexual assault charges
A former support soldier with the Army's 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) has been acquitted of charges that he sexually assaulted two young girls at his Crestview residence two years...
A Florida student tried to enlist ISIS to knock off a pair of college deans who did him wrong
Over the past five years, we've been swamped with stories of Americans being recruited by ISIS, but leave it to Florida Man to flip the script by attempting to recruit...
Florida lawmakers want to give veterans medical marijuana cards for free
With data continuing to roll in that underscores the health benefits of cannabis, two Florida legislators aren't waiting for clarity in the national policy debates and are sponsoring bills designed...
Blistering temperatures are about to make your next Florida assignment a living hell
Pentagon data shows heat-related illnesses and injuries are on the rise in every branch of the military. Last year, nearly 2,800 troops suffered heatstroke or heat exhaustion, a roughly 50...
Florida ex-Marine charged with killing his parents and 2 family dogs
Deputies say Jacob Daniel Price, 30, wore a bloody shirt when he walked into the Crestview Police Department just after 4 a.m. Wednesday to confess. Price also is charged with...
Florida senator backs bill to allow military members to sue for medical malpractice
The bill, Scott said, will "make sure our men and women in uniform are taken care of every step of the way."
Jury recommends execution for Marine vet who ambushed and killed 2 Florida police officers
Marine veteran Everett Glenn Miller should be executed for killing two Kissimmee, Florida police officers in 2017, a jury unanimously recommended Wednesday.