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WEDNESDAYS WANTED: Christopher Ponce
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Wednesday's Wanted: Radio host mourns daughter
Wednesdays Wanted: James Fears & James Valera
WEDNESDAY'S WANTED: Daniel Lorenzo White
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Crime Stoppers cold case: Eddie Ivy
Crime Stoppers cold case: Chad Elliott Lynch
Crime Stoppers cold case: Martinez-Rodriguiz
Trial underway in Manatee Co. cheerleader murder
Trial is underway for one of two teens charged in the shooting death of a Riverview High School cheerleader.
Arrest made in Land O' Lakes bar shooting
Billy Lee McDaneil was killed after suffering a gunshot wound to the upper body.
Glitches halt FSA testing at local schools
Polk and Hillsborough Counties joined Pasco in suspending Florida Standards Assessment testing for some students Tuesday after technical…
VIDEO: Pair sought for shoplifting men's clothes
St. Petersburg Police are asking for help to identify the suspects who shoplifted hundreds of dollars’ worth of men's clothes.
Free pancakes at IHOP on Tuesday
IHOP is holding its tenth annual National Pancake Day on Tuesday.
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