A Treasure Coast man wants to be recognized as the father of his 3-year-old biological son, but the child's mother and her husband don't want that and a Florida law is on their side. It's an unusual paternity battle taking place in St. Lucie County. The judge has to decide whether it's in the child's best interest that his biological father takes a DNA test and be declared the child's legal father.Right now Florida law states that if a child is born into a marriage, it belongs to that marriage.
Port St. Lucie quickly found the origin of a social media threat they were tipped off about around 10 p.m. Monday night. Police say a Treasure Coast High School student posted a picture of a gun on his Snapchat app with a caption that read, "I dare anyone to come to school Tuesday. " Within hours police were at thr 14-year-old's home, talking to him and his parents. Investigating crimes or threats on social media is becoming more of a norm for some police departments.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Brightline is up and running to the frustration of many who live near the tracks. The reason? Quiet zones are not complete and may not be until the end of March. Without quiet zones, Brightline and freight train engineers have to start sounding the train horn at least 15 seconds before reaching all public crossings. That's why local leaders are united in pressuring Brightline to work faster.
Yellow truck of victim in Stewart Materials shooting was still running when detectives got search warrant. Investigators continue to collect evidence of workplace shooting. @WPTVhttps://t.co/VaKsHKaUo8
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Selecting a term
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