Many felony suspects who cross state lines are not pursued by law enforcement, a joint investigation by 10 Investigates and USA TODAY finds.
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A plan to cut money, paramedics and EMS units in five of Pinellas County's largest and busiest cities means increased response time.
10 investigates a campaign-sign-theft controversy in the Safety Harbor Mayoral Race after a hidden camera catches a supporter of the incumbent mayor taking a sign for another candidate.
The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulations is taking administrative action against Plumbing Rescue after 10 Investigates several consumer complaints regarding the company.
10 Investigates the newly-passed legislative residency law which is supposed to insure lawmakers live in the district they represent and finds loopholes.
In a 6-2 vote Thursday, St. Pete City Council members decided to get rid of the city's red light cameras by Sept. 30 at the latest.
A bill is being considered in the legislature after 10 Investigates a legal loophole that allowed corporations to force condo owners out of their units even if they didn;t want to sell.
A statement from St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman says the program could be through as early as September of 2014.
Some experts say the lights still aren't long enough in Florida.
The city still has no answer for how to address some of the unfair tickets identified in previous 10 Investigates reports.
State health inspectors shut down The Salty Rim on St. Pete Beach for the second time since November.
10 News reviewed inspection records for local salons cited and fined for not following state regulations.
The Auditor General says the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles is door a poor job of monitoring the proceeds of organizations that have specialty license plates.
A local red-light camera critic is again calling on the city of St. Petersburg to refund more than 1,000 red light camera tickets issued because the yellow light was too short.
The Internal Revenue Service issued its annual "Dirty Dozen" list of tax scams, reminding taxpayers to use caution during tax season to protect themselves against a wide range of schemes.
10 Investigates why the banned liquid nail hardener is still showing up in local salons.
As 10 Investigates the terror threat issued by the TSA, federal air marshals say they're not surprised as they have been warning about it ever since we obtained a classified memo last fall.
A memo uncovered by the 10 News Investigators regarding what appears to be a dry-run by terrorists who want to blow up an airplane is causing concern among experts.
It's a liquid used to strengthen artificial nails, but the toxic chemical has been banned since 2004. So why are local nail salons still using it?
Now that he's mayor, Rick Kriseman doesn't seem so anxious to help the Rays look for a new home in Tampa.