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The head of Florida's Senate Transportation Committee has informed FDOT he was launching a legislative investigation into red-light cameras and short yellow lights, following a 10 News Investigation.
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.
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 federal guidelines outlined in this 10 News exclusive investigation.
The following information was provided to numerous elected officials as a resource for analyzing their yellow light lengths, most of which are ignoring federal safety recommendations.
The Hillsborough County Commission has instructed staff to study the lengths of its yellow lights at red light camera intersections.
The proposal to redevelop Channelside in downtown Tampa is in trouble as the proposed developer is not putting up the money the owner of the property the Port Authority wants.
Tuesday afternoon, eight legislators gathered for a post-session forum hosted by Suncoast Tiger Bay.
Pinellas County Clerk Ken Burke has sent a letter to various media outlets regarding new red light camera laws awaiting Governor Scott's signature.
Following an investigation by 10 News and state regulators, Florida's Attorney General is getting involved in the KB Home mess at Bradenton's Willowbrook Townhomes.
Almost a third of the Palmetto Police Department have had problems while in the department or in their previous careers in law enforcement.
They're paid to serve and protect, but is one local police department spending too much time protecting their own problem cops?
A physician who was convicted of fondling women's breasts is going to be able to keep his license and practice medicine again.
State Sen. Jeff Brandes wants the Division of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles to study Florida's zero-deductable windshield replacement law and issue recommendations on how to combat fraud.
A consumer-friendly law is getting costly for honest consumers.
Taxpayers funded an interactive training system for the Tampa Fire Department, which was installed in 2007. It still doesn't work today.
Despite long days from fleets of construction workers, there is no sign the first three buildings targeted for repairs will be done anytime soon.
Sarasota Congressman Vern Buchanan, who has been in a legal battle with a former partner, may be in for deep scrutiny of his financial records after losing a round in court.