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Tyler Hadley , 20, pleaded no contest to bludgeoning his parents to death in their Port St. Lucie home in July 2011.
WHO FACES THE POSSIBILITY OF LIFE IN PRISON THE TWENTY YEAR OLD ENTERED A PLEA OF NO CONTEST TO MURDERING HIS PARENTS WITH A HAMMER AND THEN THROWING A PARTY.
I've had one very busy week that included meeting four of the most fascinating women in St. Lucie County.
Delray Beach will turn another shade of green this weekend! The annual St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival is coming to town; a tradition that started in 1968 with an Irish local pub owner by the name of Maury Powers, who took a stroll down Atlantic Avenue with his Shillelagh and a green pig named Petunia and declared it, "My own parade."
City of Port St. Lucie planner Katie Huntress discusses details of the property for the proposed Torino Treatment Campus to be built in the residential Torino development during a City of Port St. Lucie Planing and Zoning Board meeting at city hall on Sept.
A Port St. Lucie woman is now recovering at home after having five organs transplanted during one surgery.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - Mets pitching coach Dan Warthen won't face repercussions for using a racial slur for Asians in the clubhouse Monday.
A couple of players, shaken up in Monday's 11-1 win over the Mets at Port St. Lucie, Fla., were doing baseball activities.
A neighbor of Tyler Hadley testified that a day before the double homicide, Hadley said he'd be going away for 60 years.
A father attending Monday's Miami Marlins-New York Mets game at Tradition Field in Port St. Lucie is getting national attention.
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Tyler Hadley, 20, pleaded no contest to bludgeoning his parents to death in their Port St. Lucie home in July 2011.
A man stopped by police for driving "so fast that a speed was unable to be determined" reportedly told the cops that pulled him over that he was "on his way to kill his friend."
The South Florida Water Management District has shut down its land burning that was sending smoke into the Tradition area in Port St. Lucie, a Florida Forestry Service spokeswoman said Tuesday at 2 p.m. The burning, which was authorized, was on district land along the Martin-St.
A baseball fan dad is in the doghouse tonight after scrambling for a baseball at a spring training game.