The crew of WCJB TV-20, the ABC affiliate in Gainesville, Florida, thought of a funny way to get around the NCAA broadcast restrictions. They decided to recreate the highlights of the Florida’s Elite Eight victory over Dayton by using a mini-basketball hoop in the newsroom.
A man tailgates a woman in a Tampa, Florida, residential area because she is not driving fast enough for him in the left lane. He proceeds to flip her the bird while passing by and then the karma kicks in…
Adam Fisk hooked an 11-foot hammerhead shark while fishing in his kayak off the coast of Florida. The shark dragged him out to sea and towed him for two hours before he finally cut the line. He filmed parts of his adventure with a GoPro camera, and at 4:27 you can even see a shot of the second hammerhead who was following his kayak!
Ruth the Cat and Idgie the Dachshund were abandoned together in a driveway and have since become inseparable friends. Both the dog and the cat now have a new home at Hollywood Houndz Boutique & Spa in Lake Mary, Florida.
Well, sort of. The water is so clear and blue that it looks like the dolphins are swimming in the sky, among the clouds. Filmed by Matthew Boettger in the Gulf of Mexico off Tampa, Florida.
The MacDonough family from Naples, Fla., found a black bear napping on their lanai. The bear broke into their house by tearing through the screen door of their lanai and decided to make himself at home by sleeping on the floor. After he got enough rest, the uninvited guest simply took off.
A young couple announces their pregnancy with a cinnamon bun hidden in the oven, sending the grandma-to-be on scavenger hunt around her kitchen. Grandma’s reaction is priceless!
Abram Carawan filmed a huge waterspout forming near Oldsmar, Florida, in the Tampa Bay region. The waterspout briefly became a tornado when it hit the shore, damaging one home. No injuries were reported.
Brandon Huber, an employee of a Golden Corral restaurant in Port Orange, Florida, filmed how his management hides food during inspection by storing it next to a dumpster. He claims that after the inspection the food would be wheeled back to the coolers and served to customers.
Christian Terrell, a 6’2″ basketball player from Providence High School in Jacksonville, Florida, throws down a monster dunk on an opposing defender.