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Oscar Ray and Rosalie Bolin claim innocence
Memorial set for murdered Polk girl, grandfather
Mom believes missing daughter was killed
Protecting aging parents from in-home caregivers
Police arrest man in May 4th Clearwater murder
Tampa man charged in $1M illegal Bitcoin scheme
Shooting victim's mom starts Change.org campaign
Citrus Co. teen accused of desecrating U.S. flag
An 18-year-old from Citrus County is facing criminal mischief charges after deputies say he desecrated an American flag and caused $10,000…
Hulk Hogan on racial slur: 'Please forgive me'
Hulk Hogan single-handedly transformed wrestling into a global phenomenon, but he's now he’s fighting to maintain his legacy after…
"Trucker" is looking for a forever home
A sweet dog with a great disposition is ready to be adopted.
Unconscious man found in smoke-filled home
An unconscious Pinellas County man was rushed to a local hospital early Monday morning after his home filled up with smoke.
Bay Area braces for flooding again
Bay Area residents are getting set for what could be another serious downpour and flooding.
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