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Man gets VA benefits by posing as dead veteran
Ex-husband of Tricia Todd charged with murder
WATCH: Polk kidnapping suspect pulled from car
KU student kidnapped, beaten on Tinder date
Murder charge filed in Fla. missing priest case
17-year-old boy arrested, stole guns and 3 cars
Cops: Teens pose on Snapchat with guns at school
Sarasota County residents can now text 911
This week Sarasota County joined a handful of other Florida counties that allow residents to text a message to 911. Users must type 911 into…
Fleeing burglars hold down and beat woman
Police in Clearwater arrested a man and woman they say burglarized a residential parking garage then beat up a random woman while fleeing…
Woman leaves twins alone, goes to gym
Two-year-old twin boys alone on a Land O’Lakes street. It was close to 9pm Thursday night.
Residents tired of giggling at Lake Horney
Lakeside living has its perks: beautiful views, bird watching, and maybe other wildlife encounters. But residents around one Lakeland lake…
Rent in Tampa up 2.5x national average
Rent in Tampa grew more than 2.5 times the national average. Also of note, St. Petersburg had the sixth-highest rent increase.
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