Sanford, Florida The Father's Table is voluntarily recalling 2,099 cases of cheesecakes sold by Gordon Food Service through retail and food service outlets under the GFS label as a result of a recall by one of The Father's Table's flour suppliers, Grain Craft. Particular lots of Grain Craft flour, used in the products listed below, may contain undeclared peanut residue.
Sanford police are searching for Kobe Deron Hunter and another man in connection to the homicide of Daquan McClain Friday. The two men carried McClain to the Central Florida Regional Hospital and left him by the emergency personnel doors, a Sanford Police Department news release said.
A Sports Authority store is seen as the company files for Chapter 11 bankrupty on March 2, 2016 in Miami, Florida. A Sports Authority store is seen as the company files for Chapter 11 bankrupty on March 2, 2016 in Miami, Florida.
As Ponce Inlet's former mayor, and as a Volusia County Council candidate, and as a citizen, Nancy Epps has always been very civic-minded. In her dealings with The News-Journal, she has always embraced open discussion about issues of public interest.
It wasn't Eugene Hong's most stable day, but a third-round 68 kept him in the lead at the AJGA Haas Family Invitational. Andrew Kozan, a Class of 2017 Auburn commit and Golfweek 's No.
Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting victim Luis Vielma was a beloved member of his Sanford, Florida, community - and his best friend Iris Vargs tells PEOPLE the "hilarious, kind-hearted" 22-year-old will be "incredibly missed and remembered by all." In a touching letter to her late "Luisito," shared with PEOPLE below and reprinted in its entirety, Iris tells her friend he can never be replaced.
It's the worst of both worlds again today as the combination of high humidity and above-normal temperatures bring heat indices of 100 to 105 degrees out there, while storms threaten to move in this afternoon, forecasters said. "Take frequent breaks and drink plenty of water to limit the effects of heat stress," the National Weather Service in Melbourne advised.
Sanford police have arrested a woman in connection to a fatal hit-and-run crash that left a man dead last week . Hannah Tomkins, 21, was driving near Celery Avenue and Pisa Lane about 2 a.m. Friday when she hit a 59-year-old man riding on a bicycle, police said.
Australia is considering canceling the visa of an Islamic cleric who had called for gay people to be killed and reportedly preached at a mosque near Orlando weeks before the nightclub massacre, the Australian government said on Tuesday. British-born Sheikh Farrokh Sekaleshfar arrived in Sydney a week ago as a guest speaker of the Imam Husain Islamic Center, The Australian newspaper reported.
In the aftermath of the Orlando mass killing at a gay nightclub in the early morning hours of June 12, 2016, statements made both before and after the incident reveal a gap in understanding why such acts of domestic terrorism will only continue. , English-born Imam Farrohk Sekaleshfar spoke to an audience at the Husseini Islamic Center in Sanford, Florida.
All of America, and especially those of us who live in Orlando, are reeling from the massacre at the nightclub on Saturday night. When I moved here 43 years ago, I never envisioned this growing, family-oriented city would be the scene of the worst mass shooting in our nation's history.
"First the Saturday people, then the Sunday people," goes the jihad rallying cry. This year's warning came first, as it always does, from an Islamic terror spokesman, the Islamic State's Abu Muhammad al-Adnani.
Orlando, "the City Beautiful" as it is officially known, a city known to most around the world for Walt Disney World, Harry Potter and being the place "where dreams come true" is now on the map as the site of the single largest mass murder in U.S. history. Yesterday in Orlando, a different history was made at a popular LGBT nightclub with the senseless slaughter of 49 people by a Muslim who had sworn allegiance to ISIS.
The Bethlehem Center hosted "We Fly" the Mural Celebration with Mark Making this morning.
At WorldNetDaily, the deaths of 50 people in a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando was horrific -- just not horrific enough for it to let go of its long-held anti-gay biases. WND's early reports on the massacre made sure to cling to its ridiculous insistence on putting "gay" in scare quotes, as this front-page promo illustrates: WND then tried to work around the gay stuff by focusing it through its anti-Muslim lens.
Orlando was still reeling from Friday night's murder of singer Christina Grimmie after her concert at The Plaza Live, when Saturday night/Sunday morning's mass shooting happened at Pulse nightclub, turning out to be the worst mass shooting in US history. It was such a horrific weekend in Orlando.
The United West investigative team reported in April on an Islamic imam who was invited to speak at the The Husseini Islamic Center in Sanford, Florida. The Husseini Islamic Center invited Sheikh Farrokh Sekaleshfar to speak at their holy mosque.
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