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New study shows more Americans are falling for romance scams

The FBI reports romance scams cost victims here in the U.S. and Canada nearly $1 billion in the last three years.


Attorney General files petition for pool company owner to comply after pools were left unfinished

The Attorney General's office is investigating a company for not finishing pools for over a dozen victims.


Fire Chief's Association will not conduct review after Polk woman dies in house fire

The Florida Fire Chief's Association now says it will not conduct a review of the fire that led to the death of Loretta Pickard in November.


Nickelodeon reviving sketch-comedy series 'All That'

The popular 90s sketch-comedy show All That is making a comeback on Nickelodeon.


Tampa International Airport steps up enforcement of non-service animals

The Tampa International Airport is stepping up their enforcement of restricting non-service animals in an effort to reduce injuries and increase cleanliness at the airport, according to a press release.


I-Team: Squatter landlord collects rent and deposits, then leaves tenants without water

Tenants thought they were getting a great deal when they rented an apartment blocks from the beach.


Veterans and military families in Tampa Bay can apply for this mortgage-free home in Riverview

Operation Homefront is now accepting applications for a Riverview home, mortgage-free to a veteran or military family.


Parkland school massacre 1 year later: A time to remember the victims

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre a year ago renewed the national debate on guns and school safety, turned some victims' parents and surviving students into political activists and at least temporarily ended the local sheriff's career.


Volunteers continue to install ‘Dreamboxes’ in Tampa to promote literacy

Dreamboxes — it's a way to promote literacy in one of Tampa's lowest income areas.


TECO hires eco-friendly hungry sheep to 'mow' grass in expanding solar energy fields

TECO hired hundreds of hungry Katahdin sheep from Maine to “mow the grass” in their expanding solar energy fields.

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