Paul Eggers Greene, an 18-year-old from Charlotte County, ended 2012 in an unholy manner. Clad in just shorts and socks, he started yelling in a middle of a street that he was Jesus and then bit a deputy who intervened.Can you believe that drugs are suspected?
The family that grows drugs together takes mugs together.Over in Charlotte County, Sheriff's deputies have arrested a mother, father and son after they discovered that the family was growing psychedelic mushrooms.
You know what happens when you mix a vehicle with five-foot tires, alcohol, self-proclaimed rednecks and Florida? That's right, something is getting smashed. Unfortunately, the thing that ended up getting smashed at the Redneck Yacht Club's annual "Swamp Cabbage Weekend" (yes, you read that corre ... More >>
In the past few years, Florida lawmakers have passed laws banning synthetic compounds meant to mimic the effects of drugs like marijuana and cocaine, but chemists are staying one step ahead. In response to a law passed last year that outlawed a type of synthetic cocaine-like substance that was ma ... More >>
Santagata caught in a less-sexy moment. Celebrities basically live by a golden rule: Do whatever the hell you want; just make sure no one films you doing it. (Lest you end up like Miley Cyrus smoking salvia on TMZ.) But in this day and age, we all have to watch out for the amateur paparazzi.Natal ... More >>
While state laws are trying to put a stop to South Florida's notorious pill mills, the area is still a popular destination for those looking to load up on illicit substances. Kelly Mowery and four others recently made a bit of an OxyContin shopping trip in Miami. While returning to Tennessee by v ... More >>
A lost art or a horrible slaughter? It's all in the eye of the hunter.
Florida moves into the number two spot when it comes to grow houses
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