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PCSO: Crooks target women entering gyms, daycare
'McFarland USA' officer arrested on drug charges
Deputies: Wrong-way driver arrested for DUI
Judge: Chicago PD should release shooting video
The story behind 'The Yellow Dress'
Suspect jumps counter, robs Lutz gas station
Tampa man arrested after running from crash
Pets of the week: Tail wagging Muffie & Diesel
Muffie and Diesela are a couple of tail wagging Basset Hounds who are searching for a home to call their own.
Pasco deputies hunt gunman in Wesley Chapel
Pasco Sheriff's deputies have identified a suspect in the Thanksgiving shooting of a 37-year-old man in Wesley Chapel.
Tinder match leads to kidney donation
She found her live-saving donor in a chance encounter after a Tinder match.
After Thanksgiving house fire, SPFD hosts family
St. Pete firefighters at Station 6 are proving first responders also make excellent secondary family.
Citrus Co. family mourning teen's tragic death
16-year-old Ashley Wilson lost her life in a car wreck Wednesday afternoon.
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