Sentenced To Date of the Day: A man charged with domestic violence was ordered by a Broward bond court judge to go on a date with his wife.
According to the official police report, Plantation resident Joseph Bray pushed his wife and put
Gorgeous Nature Film of the Day: "Emerging from the shadows and effortlessly gliding through their domain, the mermaids take central stage in Crystal River": The endangered West Indian Manatees of Florida get a loving tribute in Built By Wildman's stunning nature short, "Sirenia Shadows."
Criminally Dumb Criminal of the Day: Last week, police in Sweetwater, Florida arrested 18-year-old Guadalup Valdes and 32-year-old Yamil Sarabia for stealing Christmas decorations from their neighbor's yard and putting them up in their own yard, one block away.
Needle In A Sh*tstack of the Day: Brian McGuinn accidentally tossed his wife Anna's $10,000 engagement ring in the trash.
Gone? Not quite.
Waste management company Wheelabrator was kind enough to allow McGuinn to look through their garbage heaps for the missing ring. He was led by a plant worker to a 10-foot-high pile of refuse where his neighborhood's garba
Say What Now of the Day: Rep. Ritch Workman (R-Melbourne) isn't sitting around talking about job creation like most of his colleagues in the Florida House of Representatives -- he's actually doing something about it.
That something? Introducing a bill to repeal a law banning dwarf tossing.
This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: A 70-year-old Florida woman and her terminally ill husband are being foreclosed upon by Bank of America because they paid their mortgage a week in advance.
The Bullingtons, who have lived in Pasco County for 15 years, ran into financial trouble when James fell ill and their medical expenses skyrocketed. The couple asked the bank to reduce their mont