Wednesday Wanted: Abel Armando Sastre Guillen
Wednesdays Wanted: Marquis Antonio Hodge
Wednesdays Wanted: Jovonnie Jaqua Perry
Wednesdays Wanted: Jose Luis Diaz Jr.
Wednesday Wanted: Chad Christopher Moore
Wednesdays Wanted: Eric Qyshawn Stephens
Wednesdays Wanted: Theodore Lee Williams
Wednesdays Wanted: Jose Carlos Fernandez III
Wednesdays Wanted: Keuris Amir Santos
Wednesdays Wanted: Robert Lee Dixon III
Wednesdays Wanted: Jeremy Joseph Lopez
WEDNESDAYS WANTED: Michael T. Katich
WEDNESDAYS WANTED: Guadalupe Munizvega
Wednesday's Wanted: Radio host mourns daughter
Wednesdays Wanted: James Fears & James Valera
WEDNESDAY'S WANTED: Daniel Lorenzo White
WEDNESDAYS WANTED: Anthony Alfonso Chapple
WEDNESDAYS WANTED: Christopher Ponce
Crime Stoppers cold case: Eddie Ivy
Crime Stoppers cold case: Chad Elliott Lynch
Crime Stoppers cold case: Martinez-Rodriguiz
Man kicked out of bar lights bouncer on fire
Scavenger hunt to benefit local DV shelter
Supreme Court protesters face harsher charges
Suspect in UT student murder to go on trial
Deputies seek bank robber wearing Notre Dame hat
PCSO: Drunk driver hits deputy's car, PSTA bus
USF students hold off gunman at party
Ruskin pilot says his mission isn't over
Gyrocopter pilot said he is afraid of spending time behind bars and not pushing his message forward as much as he would like to because…
Man barricaded in Polk County business
A SWAT team has responded to a Lakeland business where a man barricaded himself Monday, according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.
Dirty Dining: Church's Chicken
Church's Chicken shut down for a second time in less than six months due to food safety issues in the kitchen, putting the public at risk.
Missing 89-year-old man found safe
An 89-year-old man disappeared Monday after telling a relative he was going to the post office, according to Clearwater Police Department.
What causes mysterious spots in Priuses?
The Toyota was brand new but it came with an odd defect. We started asking some questions and found out Toyota is aware of the problem but…
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