Arrest in fatal Vero Beach McDonald's stabbing
PD: WWII veteran attacked outside local hospital
Facebook post helps catch burglary suspects
FHP looking for driver who hit bouncer at Silks
Videos show drivers unclear on their rights
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Outrage over board member's insensitive remarks
Backlash over a racist comment made earlier this month may have cost a Lakeland businessman his spot on a city board.
I-TEAM: Trauma centers costing children's lives?
The I-TEAM, in partnership with the Tampa Bay Times, continues to investigate trauma care in Florida.
Witnesses describe Vinoy Park plane crash
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Adam Matos charged in four Hudson slayings
Adam Matos was charged Monday with four counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of four people whose bodies were found piled…
As Jeter winds down, generosity is remembered
Derek Jeter will run his final bases at Tropicana Field this week. But little do most people know that outside of the ball field he has…
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