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Routine activities return to downtown Tampa

For the first time in more than a week, Charlie, an 18-month-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, today was able to relieve himself on the slope at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, his favorite patch of grass in the city.

Published on 09/01/12
Updated on 03/18/13
Bloomingdale library rape victim sues architect, contractor

The family of the East Bay high school student who was brutally beaten and raped outside the Bloomingdale Regional Library in April 2008, is suing the companies that designed and built the facility where the attack occur...

Published on 11/23/11
Updated on 03/21/13
Women on buttocks injections: 'Be happy with what God gave you'

Sitting outside the Edgecomb Courthouse, Zakiya Teagle and Andrea Lee-Mingo offered advice to anyone considering getting a more curvy body shape by getting injections in their buttocks.

Published on 11/21/11
Updated on 03/21/13
Chamberlain student charged with sexual assault at school
The young man spotted the 16-year-old girl walking in the hallways at Chamberlain High School on Monday morning, police say, and he began following her.
Published on 10/04/11
Updated on 03/21/13
Police ID victim in Nebraska Avenue shooting

Police are investigating a homicide in the area of Nebraska Avenue and Ellicott Street in Southeast Seminole Heights.

Published on 04/27/11
Updated on 03/19/13
Apollo Beach man denies he's engaged to Lafave

Celebrity gossip site RadarOnline reported the engagement on New Year's Eve, but Shawn Haverfield says the story's not true.

Published on 01/02/11
Updated on 03/19/13
Hundreds mourn man killed after going out for food

The body of Emilio Martinez was found Dec. 23, eight days after he disappeared.

Published on 12/28/10
Updated on 03/22/13
Survivors angry, fearful days after Ruskin slayings

The residents of the home where two men were killed and four others were wounded recall the Thanksgiving shootings.

Published on 12/06/10
Updated on 07/12/13
Sheriff: Vengeful gunman in Ruskin shot wrong people

Sheriff David Gee said Michael Keetley was obsessed with finding the people who robbed and shot him in January and mistakenly attacked killed two and wounded four early Thanksgiving.

Published on 12/02/10
Updated on 07/12/13
Viewing tonight, funeral Wednesday for slain Ruskin brothers

As family members prepared to say goodbye to Juan and Sergio Guitron, investigators said they were still searching for the man who killed the brothers early Thanksgiving morning in Ruskin.

Published on 11/30/10
Updated on 07/12/13
Ruskin homeowner: Shooter said he was 'law enforcement'

After asking for ID, a gunman shot six prone men one by one at a Ruskin house, the homeowner says.

Published on 11/26/10
Updated on 03/22/13
Friends: Killed teen was 'a very good kid'

Deputies say a man out for his regular nightly jog in Town 'N Country shot and killed someone who confronted him.

Published on 11/24/10
Updated on 07/12/13
Man arrested in hit-and-run death of USF researcher

The Lutz man was charged with leaving the scene of a crash with death.

Published on 10/19/10
Updated on 03/21/13
2 men stabbed after dispute over woman, Tampa police say

A dispute over a woman left two men hospitalized with stab wounds, police said.

Published on 10/16/10
Updated on 03/21/13
Parents behave badly, then ditch their 2-year-olds, deputies say

In the span of about two hours Saturday evening, Hillsborough County deputies arrested two parents in separate cases, accusing them of neglecting their 2-year-olds after committing crimes.

Published on 10/10/10
Updated on 03/21/13