More stories by Rod Carter
Bern’s Steak House has been open for more than six decades. They are known for their amazing steaks.
Rod Carter will take on the tough of task of a middle school lunchroom worker.
It’s the nastiest, filthiest, yuckiest and smelliest job around, but we let Rod do it.
A call from a concerned citizen led to the arrest of a Polk City woman on a charge of DUI on a horse.
“I’m a person who likes peace and quiet, so for me, it works out very well.”
This upcoming week a local organization, dedicated to helping the homeless is hosting an event in Zephyrhills.
Since the Las Vegas strip massacre, a lot of gun shop owners have been getting requests for bumps stocks.
Eddie Garcia was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico on November 22, 1958 to Carmen Davila, a single mother of seven. He was raised in public hous…
The three-alarm fire that badly damaged Lee Elementary School in Tampa was ruled an accident.
The Skills Center of Tampa hosted “Tampa Strong for the Island,” an event aimed at raising money and supplies for hurricane-battered islands…
Residents are still waiting for somewhere between 600,000 and 1 million cubic yards of debris to be removed.
After three major catastrophic storms, people are being asked daily to help others in need, and the Tampa Bay area has answered the call in …
Angel Cruz, 87, was ill and in the Centro Medico hospital in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico.
Warrants have been issued for the arrest of two childcare workers accused of berating, taunting and throwing a backpack at an eight-year-old…
After Hurricane Irma, there are neighborhoods littered with debris. But a group of middle and high school students in a program called Men o…