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We asked the DEO to provide us with numbers of people who were not able to get paid benefits, but they wouldn't tell us how many other needy Floridians have reported problems.
The head of Hillsborough Animal Control Ian Hallett is out of his job, but County Manager Mike Merrill is allowing him to keep his six figure salary and move to another job.
Former Hillsborough County attorney Renee Lee is once again in hot water.
U.S. Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa is blasting the Tampa Housing Authority for wasteful spending following a series of stories by the 10 News Investigators.
The 10 News Investigators have found a little known state law is allowing a corporation to force Condo owners to sell their units even if they don't want to, and at a loss...
The 10 News Investigators examined how U.S. Congress members spent their lush campaign accounts, and found some local lawmakers were taking advantage of legal loopholes to compensate family members - and sometimes themselves.
New questions are arising as the 10 News Investigators collect additional information regarding how local cities and counties are reporting crash stats at red light camera intersections.
The 10 News Investigators first broke this story in 2009, when Stephen Coffeen initially said he killed his father because he was high on the Red Bull and had lack of sleep.
The man who first said he killed his father because of fatigue and the energy drink Red Bull is going home after being in mental facility 17 months and a halfway house for a year
State Senators Jeff Brandes and Jeff Clemens are proposing a bill that would increase the maximum speed limit on Florida's interstates from 70 mph to 75 mph.
A series of 10 News Investigator stories has resonated with Washington. The stories sparked a full-blown audit of the THA by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
A 10 News investigation revealed many cities and counties with red light cameras aren't following the law. And many claims about red light camera safety aren't standing up to scrutiny.
Mayor-elect Rick Kriseman tells 10 News he plans to continue the city's fight against a state land-grab that could affect hundreds of property owners as well as the city's tax rolls.
There is another problem with the Department of Economic Opportunity's expensive computer system that is affecting people getting their unemployment benefits.
The Tampa Housing Authority has allegedly spent hundreds of thousands of dollars traveling on the taxpayers' dime at the same time it is facing budget cuts.
With names like Alex Sink & Rick Baker dominating discussions over who will replace Bill Young in Congress, a dark horse says he's considering a run.
The agency struggles over budget cuts, but that hasn't stopped their officials from taking trips all over the country!
A Pinellas County deputy was fired for allegedly making inappropriate comments to a minor during an investigation, and then failing to submit a report.
Some of the most impressive autographs in the collection face scrutiny because of what experts call "signs of forgery."