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Officials announced on Twitter that a recent COVID outbreak among staff will close the admin building early over the Juneteenth weekend.
A federal judge in Florida gave the state a victory over the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but it's not immediately enforceable as the judge stayed the state's injunction.
The family of a slain Tampa security guard is speaking out about her mysterious death and the legacy she leaves behind.
A Haines City police officer who was driving more than 100 miles an hour just seconds before crashing into another vehicle has been fired. The crash was the subject of an I-Team investigation in April.
In-depth: Why Juneteenth continues to be important to African Americans and a push to make it a state holiday
ABC Action News in-depth reporter Anthony Hill highlighted why this day continues to be so important to many African Americans today, and he took a closer look at the push to make Juneteenth a state holiday, following the bill President Biden signed Thursday making Juneteenth a Federal Holiday.
Tampa Police are asking for the public’s help in addressing gun violence in the city, saying they’ve had an uptick in violent crime, especially crime involving guns.
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On May 30, Karen Pais was reported missing by her friends. Two days later her body was found buried in the backyard of her Carrollwood home.
Brain cancer stole Matthew Hensberry from his wife and two young children in 2020. His widow Karina says she filed the family’s tax return a couple of months later in June. According to the return filed by Hensberry, Uncle Sam owed them nearly $6,000.
State and local leaders are highlighting the continued progress on the issue of abandoned black cemeteries in Florida. With legislation signed into law this month, it’ll create a task force on studying and memorializing abandoned black cemeteries and burial grounds.
With a deep breath and a brief pause, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Deputy who adopted Ronnie Oneal III's son tearfully described to jurors how his relationship with the little boy began, March 30th, 2018.
Jay Gunter says he's picked up garbage in one form or another all of his working life, and cleaning up thousands of dead fish is actually something he enjoys.
Opera Tampa and The Florida Orchestra last performed together in 2002, but following the pandemic both organizations felt now is the right time to reunite.