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SARASOTA, FL. - The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office has broken up a female crime ring suspected of committing at least 20 burglaries at Sarasota area homes over the past two weeks.
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Human Rights Watch says Islamic extremists in northeast Nigeria are abducting and possibly raping women and girls.
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Security officials in Yemen say they've arrested women suspected of being al-Qaida militants after a security force operation in the country's south that left four soldiers dead.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington, D.C., female high school football coach whose hiring was celebrated with much fanfare has resigned after four seasons.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Officials say militants in Afghanistan have killed an Indian woman whose memoir about marrying an Afghan and life under the Taliban was made into a Bollywood film.
OCALA, Fla. (AP) - Authorities say a former Marion County Sheriff's deputy faces legal trouble after investigators found out that he sent love letters to a female inmate.
MANATEE COUNTY - Allegations of misconduct have rocked Manatee High School. In a letter, a former student alleges inappropriate contact with the Hurricane's running backs coach, Rod Frazier.
The city has a new police chief, and for the first time ever, the chief is a woman.
There were a lot of "nevers" brought up when coaches were discussing our ABC 7 Female Athlete of the Year, but the "nevers" were in a good way: Never had an athlete so dedicated, never had one play four sports and excel at school, and never had so much fun coaching an athlete before.
Girl Power: Female MCs Storming Rap Game
(NewsUSA) - In the rap game, business is a booming. But the MCs making new waves in the hip-hop scene aren't what you might expect. Female rappers are taking the game to new levels -- the most notable being Lil' Wayne's protege, Nicki Minaj. But she's not alone, not even close.
SARASOTA, Fla. - The four members of a female crime ring have plead guilty and have been sentenced for up to 10 years in prison on variety of charges stemming from their two-week crime spree.