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Possible arson fire at Tampa spay/neuter clinic
Tampa Fire Rescue are investigating an early morning fire that they believe to be possible arson.
Thirft store fire shuts down Nebraska Avenue
A cat is safe and sound after Hillsborough Fire Rescue saved it from an early morning fire.
One killed after car crashes into home
A woman is in police custody and another dead after an early morning crime spree Sarasota police say.
Veteran in wheelchair loses his service dog
A U.S. Army veteran loses his dog and needs help finding her.
Parents of murdered woman call arrest great news
On the three month anniversary of her murder, 21-year-old Meaghan Casady's parents decided to speak out for the first time.…
REPLAY: SpaceX rocket blasts off from Cape
A SpaceX commercial rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral on schedule Friday afternoon and is heading to the International Space Station.
Michaels confirms breach of up to 2.6M cards
Michaels Stores Inc. says Thursday that about 2.6 million cards used at its namesake stores may have been affected in a security breach but…
Researcher aims to record 1M natural sounds
A Purdue University researcher is on a mission to capture up to 1 million natural sounds around the globe next week for an Earth Day project.
US diabetic heart attacks, strokes falling
Heart attacks, strokes and other complications from diabetes are plummeting.
‘Resurrection Eggs' tell Easter story
What do eggs have to do with Easter? They make simple work of telling children the story of Jesus’ last week on Earth.
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