Pasco Sheriff's deputy estimates one in four arrested for D.U.I consider ...
Justin Ambrozia Jr. wants answers. Answers to why his 90-year-old father passed ...
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Kelly Johnson finished 3-for-5 with a three- run homer, four RBI and two runs ...
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A 14-month-old boy was struck and drug by a vehicle about 8 to 10 feet.
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Pasco Sheriff's deputy estimates one in four arrested for D.U.I consider themselves safe to drive.
Ceviche Tapas Bar & Restaurant was shut down for just about 24 hours in early April after the Florida Department of Business and ...
An Organization of American States study released Friday is calling for a serious discussion on legalizing marijuana.
Ratings for the "American Idol" finale plunged to a record low for the 12-year-old show.
Mayor Bob Buckhorn won't talk about Tampa's short yellow lights, but at least one councilwoman wants the city to take a closer look at ...
A college student in suburban Atlanta is accused of faking his own kidnapping to avoid telling his parents he was failing a class.
The 10 News Investigators discovered FDOT and local cities have been working together to shorten some of the yellow lights across the state, resulting in many more red-light camera tickets.
The recipe is held in a safe at the World of Coca-Cola in downtown Atlanta. But now, one Georgia man believes he may have accidentally discovered the secret formula.
For a brief moment, it looked like the Georgia man who suspects he owns the long sought-after recipe for Coca-Cola was $15 million richer because of it.
A Florida woman claims a man tortured and sexually abused her miniature horses. Now, she's hoping surveillance video of the attacks will help send the suspect to prison for a long time.
Alayna Adams- she's the nine-year-old girl who was chosen to throw out the first pitch at Thursday night's Rays game...but she had no idea she was in for a grand slam-sized surprise.
Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a school bus crash near Plant City that killed one person Friday afternoon.
Justin Ambrozia Jr. wants answers. Answers to why his 90-year-old father passed before he should have, dying early today, unable to recover from four days of hell.
Say hello to Jiyu! He's an endangered Indian rhinoceros (also known as a greater one-horned rhinoceros). His mother Jamie had him on May 9 at Lowry Park Zoo.
Those arrested come from as far away as California and New York, as well as throughout Florida.
Huron, Lake Michigan showing effects of years of below-normal
precipitation, higher temperatures; Severe economic impact felt
Boston bombings suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev left a note claiming responsibility for the attack, reports CBS News correspondent John Miller.
The ADA says service dogs are working dogs and are free to go anywhere. But when an assistant principal asked if she could bring her service dog to school their answer was, "No."
Remee Jo Lee, 26, says if John Andrew Welden gets out of jail she's afraid he'll come after her.
The last post on Andrew Welden's Facebook page is as sad as it is chilling. Just four simple words: "Please pray for me."
Several people were injured and one killed when a pickup truck plowed into a school bus and caused it to flip over in Plant City on Friday afternoon.
What began as a "suspicious death" investigation in Brandon Tuesday morning has since become a homicide investigation with brutal details.
The target of a series of 10 News Investigators stories, Gary Galati, has been sentenced to five years in federal prison on drug and gun charges.
The same police officer embroiled in a controversy after arresting "M.J." Toed Schnitt is involved in another controversial DUI arrest
The State Attorney's Office announced Wednesday afternoon that it will not formally charge Kiera Wilmot for what her friends called a "science experiment gone wrong" incident at Bartow High School.