Denied because she’s dead. That’s what a Toys R Us creditor told a Pasco County woman.
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Home security cameras are credited for catching criminals in the act, and sending them to jail.
A Lecanto family is grieving the hit-and-run death of Dina Towers.
There will be no NFL games on TVs at a Tampa Bay area American Legion post.
Get picked up for a DUI in St. Petersburg and you’ll have to shell out an extra $500 to get your car back.
An 8-year-old student at High Point Elementary School in Clearwater is at the Tampa General Hospital burn unit.
Incumbent Mayor Rick Kriseman will serve four more years in St. Petersburg. He was re-elected with 51 percent of the vote.
State Sen. Jack Latvala (R-Clearwater) hit back at a POLITICO report on allegations of sexual harassment and groping.
An Uber driver, shot and left to die, is telling his remarkable story of survival.
Florida Highway Patrol investigators are looking for a small to mid-sized red or gold SUV-type vehicle similar to a Ford Edge.