WWE star Cesaro talks about his Elvis-inspired belt, his Cesaro Swing and the state of wrestling today.
New enhanced surveillance video appears to back the theory that a 4-year-old boy wandered out onto the street on his own and was struck by a vehicle Sunday night.
At a news conference Tuesday, Kriseman introduced Clearwater Police Chief Tony Holloway as the St. Pete police department's new head.
A worker was seriously injured Tuesday morning in St. Petersburg after being run over by a street sweeper he was operating.
Crews worked late Monday and again on Tuesday removing debris from the sinkhole.
The superintendent of Pinellas County schools is proposing an expansion of magnet schools.
U.S. Rep. David Jolly said Monday he supports the recent decision striking down a Florida gay marriage ban.
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Jeff Duck says he was locked inside the Orange City VA Outpatient Clinic.
Monday night, police released video taken from a surveillance camera at a nearby car lot. It captured video of the vehicle fleeing southbound on Florida Avenue.
The project is designed to make driving conditions better along a busy stretch of U.S. 19.
Beachgoers pack 'The World's Most Famous Beach,' Sunday, July 20, 2014.
A young boy found hurt in the middle of a busy Tampa street Sunday night has died.
People who like to use the Apollo Beach Nature Park could soon see some changes coming to the damaged shoreline.
Many SunRail riders are joining together in hopes of getting local leaders behind a SunRail expansion.
Detectives with OCSO are investigating a body they believe may have been dumped on the side of a road in Orange County.
Religious leaders from all beliefs are coming together in the fight against domestic violence in Central Florida.
Signs bearing Fleet Peeples' name are still being removed from the recently renamed Lake Baldwin Park
'No Density' signs have been showing up in yards all over Winter Park, and are carrying what many residents believe is an important message to city officials.
Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco wants one of his own in charge of the program if it's to continue.