The heat is on at Hillsborough County Fire Rescue. An investigation sent home four members of the department’s top brass indefinitely.
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Mike Zenz, of Holiday, was just 17-years-old when he enlisted in the Army in 1967.
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Hillsborough County says its time to review its controversial community cat program.
It’s rabies roulette in Hillsborough County and the person who tried to help a sick cat last week is the big loser. Now, a Tampa Bay area ve…
Target 8 has confirmed that a rabid cat that bit a person trying to help it last week in Hillsborough County appears to be a feral cat that …
Not enough to repair home or rescue family dogs.
A flurry of action and reaction followed our Target 8 report about a veteran placed in an apartment infested with rats.
It was born in 1868 to honor soldiers killed in the Civil War.
Two days after our report, TECO sends inspectors and claims adjusters to Tampa home.
For a year now, Target 8 has documented the agony and anguish Hayley Lidey dropped on people in the Tampa Bay area.
A Tampa family was forced out of their home and into a hotel room after a power surge in January destroyed their wiring system, leaving them…
A Town N’ Country family’s dog slipped out of its backyard, darted into the road and was hit by a UPS truck.
The mother of a critically wounded Tampa Bay area Marine worries her son’s care will end up on the Department of Veterans Affairs chopping b…
Taxpayers are shelling out $60 million to house chronically homeless veterans, but you should take a look at what you are paying for.