A two-year budget deal passed the U.S. House on Thursday.
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She became an internet sensation overnight for doing what she says is "easy for her." Claire Koch used sign language during her Christmas pageant to communicate with her deaf parents.
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A group of inmates at the Polk Correctional Institution are spreading some holiday cheer by building toys for disadvantaged kids. The toys are distributed through the Toys for Tots program.
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Gov. Rick Scott on Thursday will ask state legislators to cut auto registration fees by $401 million next year.
The Tampa Housing Authority is being investigated by the Department of Housing and Urban Development for the way it spends its money.
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A little Bay area girl who was born to deaf parents performs using her first language - sign language.
Police are investigating after pictures of at least six Pittsburgh high school girls showed up on a pornographic website.
The family of a young murdered mother of two is pleading for the community to help find her husband -- the man accused of killing her.
The owner of an airline that operated a plane that crashed in Hawaii waters and killed the director of the state health department says the crash was caused by engine failure.
The Pasco County Sheriff's Office is investigating how a grandfather was clipped by a stray bullet while driving on State Road 54 Thursday afternoon.
A young man says his ex destroyed his life and ruined his reputation by claiming he posted naked photos of her. After the charges were dismissed he speaks out to 10 News.
The American Psychiatric Association says it does not recognize the
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The family of four-year-old Amonti Saunders said Sunday morning the boy woke up with a rash and flu-like symptoms, and within hours he was gone.
A Department of Children and Families investigator has been arrested for sexually battering a woman whose case he was working, police said Thursday.
The competition is coming down to the wire on Survivor: Blood Versus Water. Local contestant, Monica Culpepper, has toughed it out this far, and she is not going down easy.
A Sickles High School student has been arrested for sending a "warning" to her friend at Gaither High School that she had violent plans for certain students there, and would be carrying them out on December 11th.
Former Price Is Right host Bob Barker is endorsing David Jolly in the Congressional District 13 race. Barker appears in a campaign ad that first ran on Thursday during the Price is Right.
The hit CBS show "Undercover Boss" returns to the Bay area this week with a company that's supposed to de-stress its clients.
The Ohio Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals wants Humane Officer Barry Accorti fired for allegedly shooting five kittens in a home's back yard on Monday.
As their two-and-a-half week run at the Straz Center begins, and among the high-stepping ladies is one who's been here before- first-year Rockette--and New Port Richey native--Carissa Fiorillo.
Not one of the five drivers who has argued a RLC violation in front of a local magistrate so far has succeeded, despite several of them having grounds to contest the ticket.