The vehicle registration information of hundreds of drivers in Pasco County were sent to the wrong person in a mix-up that led to the firing of a contractor.
Personal wipes, baby wipes, face wipes, flushable wipes. They are all designed to help us deal with delicate issues. But the wipes themselves are actually pretty sturdy and increasingly local water systems are finding they are creating costly problems. More>>
After East Lake residents fed up with stinky, cloudy water won a big battle against their utility company, they say Pluris American Infrastructure is retaliating against them.
Karl and Vicktoria Hanson thought their foreclosure nightmare was long over. It may be just beginning. More>>
The Florida Department of Health says it served licensed massage therapist Kevin Joseph Holmes, 60, with an emergency order Tuesday morning that bans him from working with female clients.The order says Holmes "unrestricted practice as a massage therapist with female clients constitutes an immediate serious danger to the health, safety, or welfare of the public More>>
According topolice records Kevin Holmes, age 60, toldinvestigators the client he gave a therapeutic massage to last month"was an attractive girl, plain and simple."It turns out she was also an off-duty detective, and Holmes said what he did to her was "absolutely inapproriate." More>>
An 8 On Your Side investigation has learned code enforcement fines against a Valrico couple now stand at $996,950.
Nearly every credit card offers some type of reward but knowing the best way to spend those reward points takes strategy.
Of all the states in the U.S., Florida has the largest number of doctors that had at least $3 million in 2012 Medicare claims, according to data released by the federal government on Wednesday.
Doing your taxes can be frustrating enough but feeling gouged by the fees your charged only adds insult to injury.
Loretta Barbee has seven years worth of photos trapped inside her computer, held for ransom by a computer hacker. More>>
Evenflo Company Inc. is voluntarily recalling more than 1.3 million child safety seat buckles due to the risk children could not be removed quickly in an emergency. More>>
There is one simple way for a Florida medical clinic to avoid being licensed and undergoing an annual inspection: Don't accept insurance.A bill moving through the Legislature would close that loophole for so-called cash-only clinics, which can escape government oversight because the statutory definition of a clinic is interpreted as an operation that takes third-party insurance. More>>
There is light at the end of the tunnel in county code enforcement quagmire in Valrico. For weeks, 8 On Your Side has revealed how Hillsborough County proved impotent dealing with a neglected Valrico property. Now, that is changing and clean-up is underway.
If you have an older computer with the Windows XP operating system, you may want to consider an upgrade.Microsoft is ending its support for the aging system on April 8. That means XP users will no longer receive security patches that protect against loopholes in the system that allow for viruses and let in hackers. More>>
The Department of Health and Human Services announced that the Social Security Administration is now able to process requests for Medicare for certain eligible people in same-sex marriages.
A Clearwater couple who says they were tricked into sending $10,000 to a stranger, wants to warn others so they do not become victims. More>>
A day after the enrollment deadline, some Bay Area residents seeking insurance are still wading through the process. More>>
Imagine an investor forcing you to sell your home for a price so low that you're stuck paying a mortgage, even though you have no desire to sell at all?That's happening at the Madison Oaks Condominiums in Palm Harbor. More>>
Computer hackers are spreading a "ransomware" virus in which your computer's webcam can take your photo. The photo then pops up, along with a fake FBI message accusing users of viewing child porn and saying their computer can be unlocked if they pay a fee.
15 Tampa Bay restaurants are receiving kudos from the state for not having any safety or sanitation violations during recent inspections.More >
15 Tampa Bay restaurants are receiving kudos from the state for not having any safety or sanitation violations during recent inspections.