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National Adoption Day1m37s

National Adoption Day

It's National Adoption Day and today at the Palm Beach County courthouse dozens added new members to their families

WPTV
Published: November 16, 2018
Women report indecent exposure in Bonita Springs30s

Women report indecent exposure in Bonita Springs

Two women tell deputies they saw a man with his pants down and touching himself inappropriately in their Bonita Springs apartment complex this week. It happened at Lakeside Hideaway Apartments off Cockleshell Drive on Wednesday night.

WFTX
Published: November 16, 2018
Your water: From the ground to your tap2m43s

Your water: From the ground to your tap

Southwest Floridians consume millions of gallons of water per day, and while many people may take it for granted, keeping that water clean and safe is no easy task.

WFTX
Published: November 16, 2018
Genoa Township pet cemetery scrambling for answers after being evicted1m46s

Genoa Township pet cemetery scrambling for answers after being evicted

People who have pets buried in a Livingston County Pet Cemetery are getting shocking news. The cemetery is being evicted from the land.  Flowers left recently at grave sites, and affectionate messages on headstones at the Heavenly Acres Pet Cemetery tell the story of the love between people and their pets.   One person is even buried there.  She wanted her ashes with her animals.

WXYZ
Published: November 16, 2018
Teen sisters grieving loss of parents, cherish love and support from school2m10s

Teen sisters grieving loss of parents, cherish love and support from school

Jamila Lawson, 16, and Ayanna Lawson, 17, have already suffered a lot of loss in their young lives. Two years ago, not long after their family's home burned down, their father passed away. Then, on the first day of school this year, their mother died. "I just feel like time heals everything and you just gotta try to be happy," said Jamila. "We were their princesses and everything."

WXYZ
Published: November 16, 2018
Altercation between two women leads to shooting at Taylor gas station2m03s

Altercation between two women leads to shooting at Taylor gas station

Police are investigating an altercation that led to a shooting at a gas station in Taylor Friday afternoon.  Taylor police responded to a call of a shooting at Taylor Fuel Stop on Ecorse around noon.  Officers say when they arrived at the scene, two women who appeared to know each other were in a physical altercation inside the store.

WXYZ
Published: November 16, 2018