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Ponzi scheme victim loses entire savings

He was one of hundreds of victims who together lost more than $100…

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In this photo taken April 6, 2015 in Miami, Ty Rozier flies a drone over an avocado grove. Researchers from Florida International University and the University of Florida are using grant money to find disease-ridden avocado trees with drones and fungus-sniffing dogs. A deadly fungus spread by a beetle has the potential to decimate Florida’s avocado crop.

Drones, dogs deployed to save guacamole

With the killers hiding in the trees, heat-sensing drones are…

Gas prices going up

Kids getting out of school for the summer soon. Here's some advice…

The Players military job fair

It's an opportunity for local veterans to find work courtesy of The…

Reflective clothing put to the test

When it's dark, you need to make sure drivers can spot you running,…

'Play' at work may spark creativity

When you are at work, do you find yourself fidgeting with desktop…

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2014 Ford Fusion recalled two times in a week

If you own a Ford Fusion, Fiesta or Lincoln MKZ, it may have been…

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Gary Wishnatzki, left, owner of Wish Farms, and Bob Pitzer, chief technology officer for Harvest Croo Robotics, show off their robotic strawberry harvester, Berry 3, in Duette. Their goal is to develop a machine that would pick the fruit without forcing growers to drastically change the way they currently grow the fruit.

Growers building robotic strawberry picker

Automated harvesting is the Holy Grail for most agricultural…

Protecting your privacy at home

Consumer Reports reveals how internet-connected devices can make your…

Investigators go dumpster diving

Investigators turn the tables on a suspected identity thief and go…

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