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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Companies are still still hobbled from a fearsome cyberattack that first targeted hospitals last month throughout Ukraine and slowly spread across the globe, according to the AP.

The Heritage Valley Health System couldn’t offer lab and diagnostic imaging services at 14 community and neighborhood offices in western Pennsylvania. DLA Piper, a London-based law firm with offices in 40 countries, said on its website that email systems were down; a receptionist said email hadn’t been restored by the close of business day.

Dave Kennedy, a former Marine cyberwarrior who is now CEO of the security company TrustedSec, said one U.S. company he is helping is rebuilding its entire network of more than 5,000 computers, according to the Associated Press, saying in part, “It hit everything, their backups, servers, their workstations, everything. Everything was just nuked and wiped. Some of these companies are actually using pieces of paper to write down credit card numbers. It’s crazy.”

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Motorsports

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – NASCAR has announced that Brent Dewar is being elevated to the position of President of NASCAR effective immediately.

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Running second with a few laps left on June 12, 2013, Jason Leffler was involved in a crash during a sprint car heat race at the 58-mile Bridgeport Speedway in  Logan Township, NJ, resulting in his  his car suffering a front suspension failure that caused it to crash into a wall and flip over repeatedly.

THE BEACHES

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TripAdvisor's family travel site: Ponce Inlet's beach makes Top 10 US listing

PONCE INLET, Fla. -- Family Vacation Critic, TripAdvisor's family travel site, has released its annual list of the "Best Beaches for Families" in the US and Ponce Inet is on it.

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2016 ReWIND: Top 100 Stories for greater Daytona, Sanford & Orlando (11-15)

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Headline Surfer is counting down the Top 100 stories of 2016 in the greater Daytona Beach, Sanford and Orlando metro area otherwise known as the I-4 corridor of Central Florida through Volusia, Seminole and Orange counties. 

Among the top 5 contenders for the No. 1 story of the year in no particular order so as not to spoil the surprise: The Pulse gay nightclub terrorist massacre; the ugliness of the presidential election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton; the continuing saga over homelessness in Daytona Beach; records tied or broken in NASCAR races at Daytona International Speedway and Daytona Beach yet again leading Volusia County in homicides. 

So far Headline Surfer has presented recaps for stories ranked 16-100. Previous segments have come in story recaps of 10, but now that the countdown has arrived at the top 20, this current segment captures stories ranked 11-15. Then it will be 10-6, 5-2 and then No. 1 by itself. So without further delay, here are story recaps 11-15:

Education

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Retired Judge Hubert Grimes new acting president of financially-troubled Bethune-Cookman University

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Retired Circuit Judge Hubert Grimes has been named the acting president of historically-African-American Bethune-Cookman Universiy, whose president has resigned amid controversy over millions in finances.

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Unexpected winter weather has hit Western states, as emergency crews gear up for more snow and flooding on this Wednesday. 

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Here are the highlights chosen by Headline Surfer for Today in History on Jan. 11: 1964 The first government report warning by US Surgeon General Luther Terry reports that smoking may be hazardous to one's health and even lethal in the long run. 

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It was on this date of Jan. 7, 1999, that the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton bergan in the US Senate in the Monica Lewinsky scandal.

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The season's first major winter storm has dumped snow throughout southern New England and caused slippery road conditions. (Dec. 18)
 

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Dozens of Jordanians and Syrians gathered outside the Russian embassy in the Jordanian capital Amman on Sunday to protest against Russia's role in the Syrian War. (Dec. 18)

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More than a thousand people in Alaska braved the water temperature of 32 degrees to jump into a lake. The polar plunge was a benefit for Special Olympics Alaska, and was set to raise over $300,000 for the organization. (Dec. 18)

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