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REMEMBERING ADAM. It was 40 years ago today. 6-year-old Adam Walsh vanished from the mall in Hollywood and became the case that changed a nation.

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MOUNTING PRESSURE. After more than six decades of communism, Senator Rick Scott and Representative Mario Diaz-Balart joined demonstrators near the White House demanding President Biden take action against the Cuban regime. Read more:

ICYMI: Britney Spears' lawyer filed a petition Monday to remove the star's father, Jamie Spears, as conservator of her estate.

KID'S GOT SKILLS. Tommy Cherry is a student from Suncoast Highschool and he solved a rubik’s cube -- blindfolded -- in 15 point 2-7 seconds, setting a new record! Read more:

Reigning Olympic gymnastics champion Simone Biles is out of the team finals after apparently suffering an injury during the vault.

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A Palm Bay woman is in the Brevard County Jail accused of keeping her autistic child in a cage at night.

Restaurants across the country are trying to recover from the devastating pandemic lockdown.

#BREAKING In reversal, US health officials to recommend masks for vaccinated people in some situations as COVID-19 surges again, per @AP  report.

WATCH LIVE: Police officers reveal life-or-death situations during hearing on Capitol riot.

In reversal, US health officials to recommend masks for vaccinated people in some situations as COVID-19 surges again.


"My goal is at least 20 people with an AR-15" Shocking video of Nikolas Cruz released. Read More:

WATCH: "I will not be muzzled like a mad dog;" face mask debate turns fierce in St. Lucie County.

A shipment of 1 million face masks en route to South Florida for firefighters was confiscated last week by the federal government, Miami-Dade’s top emergency management official said.

WATCH: A man was arrested after he was caught on camera doing what appeared to be an intentional “burnout” with his vehicle over the LGBTQ pride crosswalk in Delray Beach, causing significant damage to the streetscape painting. Read more:

WATCH: Protesters interrupt Gov. DeSantis in Orlando where he made a call for blood plasma donations in the effort to save lives from COVID-19.

EMOTIONAL REUNION: Watch as Binx the cat, who lived on the ninth floor of the Surfside condo, is returned to its owners.

CREDIBILITY QUESTIONED. Former colleagues of fired dashboard designer Rebekah Jones and public health experts tell CBS12 News her claims that she was directed to delete COVID cases and deaths from the state’s data are unsupported by the evidence. Read:

A child is among the dead in a shooting at a Publix in Royal Palm Beach.