PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA)—In the United States, 22 veterans take their lives every day. In front of the Veterans Affairs office at Bay …
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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.
City staff to assist storm victims in filling out applications.
Rip-off artists will prey on your emotions to convince you to open your wallet for their phony Hurricane Irma relief scams.
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Passengers stranded, homeless seek shelter as do some wary Tampa residents.
A woman gets stranded at Tampa International Airport. She said her flight was canceled and she was never notified.
He urges people to think of their families’ safety and get to shelters.
Cruise lines are moving their ships away from Hurricane Irma.
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