Terry Spencer, The Associated Press

Terry Spencer

The Associated Press

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Recent articles by Terry:

Florida's rejection of Black history course stirs debate

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis reiterated Monday the state's rejection of a proposed nationwide advanced African American studies course. → Read More

Suspects in rapper XXXTentacion’s death about to face trial

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — More than four years after gunmen killed emerging rap star XXXTentacion during a robbery outside a South Florida motorcycle shop, three suspects are now scheduled to go on trial. Shooting suspect Michael Boatwright, 28, and his accused accomplices, Dedrick Williams, 26, and Trayvon Newsome, 24, could all receive life sentences […] → Read More

Multiple people wounded near rapper French Montana video shoot in Miami Gardens

Gunfire erupted near where rapper French Montana was filming a music video late Thursday, leaving several wounded in a Miami Gardens strip mall parking lot. → Read More

Cuban migrants arrive in Florida to uncertain future

KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) — Yoandri Sánchez Sánchez arrived in the Florida Keys just before sunrise Thursday with 22 other Cubans on a makeshift, motorized raft they built themselves. Their 100-mile (160… → Read More

Florida COVID data critic reaches agreement on felony charge

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A fired Florida health department data manager charged with illegally accessing state computers after she publicly accused officials of wanting to make COVID-19 statistics look less dire has reached an agreement with prosecutors that should result in the case being dropped. Rebekah Jones, who helped design the state’s coronavirus website, […] → Read More

Joseph Kittinger, who set longtime parachute record, dies

The U.S. Air Force pilot who held the record for the highest parachute jump for more than 50 years has died. → Read More

Ex-Miami congressman David Rivera arrested on charges related to Venezuela consulting work

Former Miami congressman David Rivera, who signed a $50 million consulting contract with Venezuela’s socialist government, was arrested Monday on charges of money laundering and representing a foreign government without registering. → Read More

Ex-Miami US Rep. David Rivera arrested in Venezuela probe

WASHINGTON (AP) — A former Miami congressman who signed a $50 million consulting contract with Venezuela’s socialist government was arrested Monday on charges of money laundering and representing a foreign government without registering. → Read More

Judge to decide on Florida face-biter insanity plea

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A former college student who randomly killed a Florida couple in their garage six years ago and then chewed on one victim’s face fi → Read More

Judge to decide on Florida face-biter insanity plea

A former college student who randomly killed a Florida couple in their garage six years ago and then chewed on one victim’s face is finally set to go on trial on Monday → Read More

Tropical Storm Nicole topples beachfront homes into ocean

Two people were killed by electrocution when they touched downed power lines in the Orlando area, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said. → Read More

Tropical Storm Nicole topples beachfront homes into ocean

Two people were killed by electrocution when they touched downed power lines in the Orlando area, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said. → Read More

Tropical Storm Nicole topples beachfront homes into ocean

Two people were killed by electrocution when they touched downed power lines in the Orlando area, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said. → Read More

Parkland school killer Nikolas Cruz formally sentenced to life in prison

Shooter Nikolas Cruz formally receives a sentence of life without parole. → Read More

Parkland killer to get life, but families getting their say

Members of the victims’ families and some of the 17 wounded who survived went to a lectern about 20 feet from the shooter on Tuesday, stared him in the eye and let out their anger and grief, with many telling the 24-year-old they hope his remaining years are filled with the fear and pain he inflicted. → Read More

Parkland killer to get life, but families getting their say

Members of the victims’ families and some of the 17 wounded who survived went to a lectern about 20 feet from the shooter on Tuesday, stared him in the eye and let out their anger and grief, with many telling the 24-year-old they hope his remaining years are filled with the fear and pain he inflicted. → Read More

Parkland killer to get life, but families getting their say

Members of the victims’ families and some of the 17 wounded who survived went to a lectern about 20 feet from the shooter on Tuesday, stared him in the eye and let out their anger and grief, with many telling the 24-year-old they hope his remaining years are filled with the fear and pain he inflicted. → Read More

Parkland killer to get life, but families getting their say

Members of the victims’ families and some of the 17 wounded who survived went to a lectern about 20 feet from the shooter on Tuesday, stared him in the eye and let out their anger and grief, with many telling the 24-year-old they hope his remaining years are filled with the fear and pain he inflicted. → Read More

Parkland killer to get life, but families getting their say

Members of the victims’ families and some of the 17 wounded who survived went to a lectern about 20 feet from the shooter on Tuesday, stared him in the eye and let out their anger and grief, with many telling the 24-year-old they hope his remaining years are filled with the fear and pain he inflicted. → Read More

Parkland killer to get life, but families getting their say

Members of the victims’ families and some of the 17 wounded who survived went to a lectern about 20 feet from the shooter on Tuesday, stared him in the eye and let out their anger and grief, with many telling the 24-year-old they hope his remaining years are filled with the fear and pain he inflicted. → Read More