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 5⁄8-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.
Central Fla Politician of the Year: Volusia Supervisor of Elections Lisa Lewis ran 1st-class operation while also campaigning for own post
DELAND, Fla. -- She had been mercilessly attacked by one of her opponents throughout the 2015 election cycle by one of her opponents, but Lisa Lewis never reacted to the mud slinging and she won the post outright in the Aug. 30 primary.
ORLANDO, Fla. -- With Friday's Trump inauguration in the rear mirror, ta women's march against the 45th president has taken center stage on Saturday in the nation's capital.
"A platform of hate and division assumed power yesterday," actress and activist America Ferrera told marchers. "But the president is not America. His cabinet is not America. Congress is not America. We are America!"
DAYTONA BEACH SHORES, Fla. -- Today our new President, Donald John Trump, delivered a fiercely nationalistic statement reaffirming his campaign promises, informing foreign foes and allies that under his leadership the United States will deal from a position of strength, and leaving no doubt that his government will reflect his populist movement.
SANFORD, Fla. -- Welcome to the pomp and circumstance in the nation's capital with the inauguration of Donald J. Trump as president of the US.
Thanks to the power of the internet, Headline Surfer® is able to showcase the big event. Enjoy the coverage.
Central Fla internet reporter wins 1st place breaking news award for car in catch fence at Daytona, complimenting earlier awards in print media for racing news
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Henry Frederick, an experienced internet-based journslist in Central Florida who publishes Headline Surfer, has won journalism awards for literally dozens of stories since the mid-1990s, both with print media and online. He's among the aggresive breaking news reporters in the Sunshine State whose career in journalism going back to the mid-1980s, has been built on the cops and courts beat. He's also won quite a few awards for motorsports coverage at Daytona icluding a first place award for breaking news in 2016 for the car that tore into the catch fence in the Coke Zero 400, the debris injuring several fans.
993. Carlos Pardo declared winner posthumously after crashing into barrier in NASCAR Mexican race in 2009