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Tragic lost love, a Hollywood starlet, and a millionaire lost at sea! The story of the famous Davis Islands neighborhood has it all.
How does an Eskimo name end up on one of the most beautiful houses in Hernando County?
From Gasparilla fun, to the front lines of war. The heroic story of a ship named Tampa.
We continue our month-long Military May with a teenager's heroic sacrifice in the waters of Tampa Bay.
The special way Tampa Bay remembers a local hero -- the first American to receive the Medal of Honor during the Iraq War.
It's an impressive story of how three of our Bay Area neighbors became heroes in the skies over Libya.
Each Thursday in May, we'll have an unexpected connection between our military and Tampa Bay. This one's a "real weiner."
If a picture says a thousand words, what about a picture that's five feet long?!
After having piers for almost 40 years in early St. Pete, city leaders wanted more than just wood planks and fishing poles.
What does the name Florida mean? And how did we get it? It's probably not the story you learned in school.
This weekend, folks will watch race cars in St. Peterburg. Here's an even cooler car that hit the streets there 100 years ago.
A festival celebrating the Cuban sandwich is right around the corner. But another city has tried to take credit for inventing it.
There's one special Spring Training spot in St. Petersburg where you can get up close to almost 90 years of baseball history.
It's a disaster that changed the way we look at Tampa Bay, but you've probably never even heard it happened.
We're sharing the story of one of the first places to fight against racial segregation in golf. And it's right here in Tampa Bay.
Education for all. If you love that idea, then you'll love the drive and dedication of Blanche Armwood.
Sure, the crazy fair foods taste great, but this year's Florida State Fair also features a taste of Sunshine State history.
Things sure have changed since the 1960's, and so has the "Super" name of football's biggest game.
When you think of showbiz glitz and glamor, do you think of New Port Richey? No? Well, this story may change your mind.
If you visit Seven Springs in Pasco County, bring your golf clubs. But don't count -- because things won't add up to seven.
It was one of Tampa's first family fun spots -- a peaceful park with a wild, secret past.
In the spirit of the season, there's a town next to Holiday, Florida with a name for the holidays. It's Elf... ers. Get it? Elfers!
Could an entire St. Petersburg neighborhood owe its existence to your favorite snack?
An explosion leveled two buildings in East Harlem, killing at least two people and injuring more than a dozen others
Republican David Jolly is the winner of a hard-fought congressional election in Florida to replace the late Rep. Bill Young.
A mother who says she failed a drug test while in labor because she ate poppy seeds is suing a hospital and says officials defamed her and violated her doctor-patient confidentiality by sharing the results with a child welfare agency.
A plan to cut money, paramedics and EMS units in five of Pinellas County's largest and busiest cities means increased response time.
Target has apologized to customers after people took to Twitter to complain about very poorly photoshopped images on the store's website of a female model in bikinis.
The world's largest video game "screen" is coming back. It's actually the facade of the Cira Centre, next to 30th Street Station, where the Guinness record was set last year with 'Pong.' Next month, there will be a new game and even more playable real estate, as KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports.
For several weeks, CBS News has been reporting on its investigation into a General Motors recall. At least 13 people have died in accidents linked to an ignition-switch defect. CBS News' reporting showed GM was aware of the problem years before the recall. On Tuesday, a congressional committee opened an investigation.
The Centenarian is running for Congress as a write in candidate, for now, and says age doesn't matter. "If you have something to give you should give it."
Many felony suspects who cross state lines are not pursued by law enforcement, a joint investigation by 10 Investigates and USA TODAY finds.
Former mayor of Safety Harbor Andy Steingold has been elected the city's mayor once again, beating out incumbent Mayor Joe Ayoub as well as a third candidate, Nancy Besore.
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