Guido Rodriguez tells us his stepson has a recurring problem trying to get to his first period class at Tyrone Middle School.
PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA)—In the United States, 22 veterans take their lives every day. In front of the Veterans Affairs office at Bay …
Six months after our 8 On Your Side investigation revealed organized prostitution inside a number of Asian massage spas on Kennedy Blvd, the…
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.
As it turns out, Wisniewska’s sweet exit deal is not the first golden parachute USFSP has offered to an errant administrator, and maybe not …
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.
Pinellas consumer watchdogs who are on the hunt for shady contractors eager to cash in after Hurricane Irma might want to start with Billy B…
Duke Energy customers in St. Petersburg were zapped with electric bills that are double, even triple their usual amount.
Rip-off artists will prey on your emotions to convince you to open your wallet for their phony Hurricane Irma relief scams.
A Dade City couple wants to know why a rare eye cancer is showing up at an alarmingly high rate in veterans than in the general population.
The Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center is bursting with animals. So many, that in July, it held a free pet adoption weekend.
The comment adds unneeded stress to an already complicated situation.