Liberian Ebola rate slows, WHO stresses caution
The World Health Organization says the spread of Ebola in Liberia has slowed but also warns the disease is not yet under control.
Colleges use tanning beds to attract students
Colleges are offering cheap and convenient tanning to students despite doctors' warnings about the dangers.
9 things guys and gals can love about Movember
We moustache you to pay close attention to men you know this month. If they're sporting a little more facial hair than usual,…
FTC sues Gerber over claims on infant formula
Federal regulators are suing baby food-maker Gerber for claiming that its Good Start Gentle formula can prevent or reduce allergies in children.
Terminally ill woman may have changed mind
A 29-year-old terminally ill woman who planned to take her life under Oregon's death-with-dignity law may have changed her mind.
Students charged with felonies still in school
Thousands of students with criminal records attend Tampa Bay Bay area schools each day.
Dirty Dining: Thai Bay and Sushi Bar Restaurant
A popular sushi restaurant was forced to throw out pounds of fish because of improper temperatures that can lead to food poisoning.
I-Team: Matos discovery reveals gruesome details
Startling new details have emerged in a quadruple murder case in Pasco County.
Dirty Dining: Beverly's La Croisette Restaurant
A local landmark serving up homemade breakfast and lunch had to throw out pounds of food because of dangerous temperatures.
Dirty Dining: Bar Louie temporarily shut down
Bar Louie Clearwater was temporarily closed for business this week after state inspectors find live roaches crawling in the kitchen.