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Format: 2014-04-17
Format: 2014-04-17

A settlement has been reached that will provide a total of 25 billion dollars of relief to struggling homeowners. It will be paid by five of the country's biggest banks for improperly handled foreclosures.

Three of the Tuskegee Airmen, the black pilots who helped break the military color barrier during World War II, shared their experiences Thursday at a public symposium at Fantasy of Flight in Polk City.

Under Florida law, you can get a ticket for blasting music out of your car speakers, but it is okay to crank up Rush Limbaugh or Terry Gross.

Florida’s no-fault insurance requirement is set to undergo major changes this legislative session.

Right now, Florida drivers are required to have $10,000 worth of personal injury protection, or PIP, for payout in a crash regardless of who is at fault.

When the Super Bowl was held in Tampa, event organizers depended on a corps of volunteers to greet out-of-town guests and help at events. The 2012 Tampa Bay Host Committee is following the same game plan only this time it’s for the Republican National Committee Convention this August in Tampa.

As the Republican candidates for president arrive in Florida, they agree on one thing: The federal government should have a smaller role in education.

Bills now circulating in Tallahassee would block cities and counties from enacting bans on applying fertilizer during the summer rainy months - if those lawns are professional treated. A group of environmentalists offered what they say is proof the law won't work.

When he was born, Gabrielle Crawford had the deck stacked against him. He fought multiple birth defects. His mother, Rosalee Crawford, struggled with substance abuse and mental illness.

A new study has some shocking news about wildlife in the Everglades. Raccoon and opossum sightings are down by 99 percent. Marsh rabbits and brown bunnies can’t be found at all. Sightings of bobcats, foxes and deer are also way down.

Tomorrow the Tampa Bay History Center opens its doors for day one of "Spies, Traitors, Saboteurs: Fear and Freedom in America."

The exhibition is on loan from The International Spy Museum in Washington, DC.

U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, in green, headlined the "State of Women's Health" panel discussion.

President Obama's top health official is in Florida today. Secretary of Health and Human Services is touring the country to drum up support for the federal health care overhaul.

The St. Petersburg city council agreed Thursday to move forward with the "Lens" design to replace the existing St. Petersburg Pier. But not before talking about the costs.

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