A seafood restaurant near the beach had to shut down on a Friday night recently after inspectors discovered evidence of rodents, roaches, small flying insects, and other dead bugs in the kitchen.
This Cuban restaurant was on our dirty dining list back in March of 2011 and even though there's a new owner and new management, the eatery was shut down recently by the state because of live roaches crawling in the kitchen.
A Scripps investigation shows most acts of arson in America go unreported to the federal government, masking a major threat to public safety.
Dozens of homeowners from Pasco to Pinellas say he took their money and left them with an eye sore. I Team reporter Jackie Callaway recently caught this contractor in the act and now there's a new investigation.
Home Shopping Network's cafeteria inside its headquarter's in St. Petersburg was temporarily closed by state inspectors this week after they found hundreds of rodent droppings throughout the kitchen.
The majority of arson cases go unsolved. The I-Team is looking into one of the largest unsolved fires in recent history to see if investigators are any closer to solving the mystery.
U.S. Homeland Security agents are seeing counterfeit versions of just about everything penetrating our borders.
24 hour restaurant has had four follow up inspections in five months along with five administrative complaints and over $5,000 dollars in fines in the last few years all because of food safety violations.
The state has written up food temperature violations including stop sales inside a St. Pete Beach restaurant, but the manager and owner say it looks worse on paper than it actually is.
After waiting for justice for 7 months, a 63-year old man who was beaten with a hammer and robbed finally learned the attacker has been caught.
The majority of officers serve the public and risk their lives daily, and deserve the benefits they receive. Should officers found unfit to wear the badge receive the same benefits?
Click here for in-depth coverage on the problems the I-Team has exposed with Florida's Guardianship Program.
Click here for in-depth coverage of the scandal plaguing the Lakeland Police Department.
Port Richey's City Manager, Tom O'Neill, was charged with DUI. Click here for a timeline of the cover-up.
Jackie Callaway is the ABC Action News consumer advocate, Taking Action For You every day.
Wendy Ryan co-anchors the 6 and 11 o'clock editions. She also launched the popular “Dirty Dining” franchise shortly after joining ABC Action News.
Investigator Adam Walser joined the ABC Action News I-Team in June 2013.
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