More stories by Steve Andrews
Taxpayers on the hook for the $500,000 + it will cost to help maintain the peace.
A month after Hurricane Irma ripped through the Florida peninsula, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has so far poured more tha…
More problems with shutters that came with homes.
Only 12 months probation for breaking the hearts of families throughout Tampa Bay.
A Hillsborough County judge on Thursday sentenced a Riverview woman to 12-months of probation for selling sick and dying puppies.
No place to put the device to train police for an active shooter.
The destructive force of Hurricane Irma convinced homeowners to board up or get blown down.
Until Sunday, these were the three deadliest mass shootings in American history.
PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA)—In the United States, 22 veterans take their lives every day. In front of the Veterans Affairs office at Bay …
As Irma’s catastrophic winds crushed the Virgin Islands and the Florida Keys, anxious homeowners scrambled.
Latoya Desamour, of Gibsonton, came home August 23 to find her green front lawn gone, as in missing.
A Tampa man thought FEMA showed up responding to his claim about his storm-damaged home.
The insurance company erroneously claims state declares all vehicles damaged by Irma must be totaled.
A judge imposes the maximum sentence and orders restitution.
Duke Energy customers in St. Petersburg were zapped with electric bills that are double, even triple their usual amount.