Thieves steal Port Richey autistic boy's bike
Nearly a dozen security cameras in a Port Richey neighborhood captured video of two young men as they broke into…
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Programs help residents buy first home
Down-payment assistance programs can offer help residents to buy their first home.
Landlords, tenants can be like oil and water
Landlords and tenants. Sometimes, it’s like oil and water. They just don’t mix.
Rental properties: Top code violations
When the real estate market collapsed in the Bay Area in 2008, it allowed for one of the largest land grabs in Florida history.
RENTAL FAQ: 10 MORE common questions answered
Daniel G. Drake, Esq. answers 10 MORE common landlord-tenant questions.
RENTAL FAQ: 10 common questions answered
Daniel G. Drake, Esq. answers 10 common landlord-tenant questions.
Dirty Dining: Popeye's Louisiana Kitchen
Popeye's Louisiana Kitchen advertises 100 percent whole breast meat tenders cooked up fresh. But there were also fresh insects crawling…
Dirty Dining: Chipotle Mexican Grill
The ABC Action News I-Team looked through inspection reports for 35 Chipotle restaurants in six local counties and found concerning…
Safety warning about residential fire sprinklers
The I-Team is uncovering a safety warning for people living in condos and apartment buildings -- the fire sprinkler system may be defective…
Allegiant Air defending claims made by mechanic
Allegiant Airlines is defending accusations regarding safety concerns about their planes made by a former mechanic.
What NASA would fund with its tiny $19B wishlist
NASA stretches the annual allowance it gets from Congress a long way.
Why are elephants wandering into Indian towns?
Asian elephants are normally considered docile, but when they wander into towns looking for food, they can become confused and extremely aggressive.
Gravitational waves discovered
Scientists have observed gravitational waves passing through Earth, confirming one of the last predictions of Einstein's theory of general relativity.
Button batteries pose severe risk for toddlers
More than 3,400 kids reportedly swallowed batteries in 2010, according to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.