The Dow Jones industrial average rose 181 points, or 1.1 percent, to 16,247 Monday.
Beginning Sunday, AT&T will offer a plan with 2GB of data for $65 a month for one smartphone or $90 for two phones sharing the 2GB of data.
The Mexican fast-food chain chain is grappling with an avocado shortage.
Stocks wound up pretty much where they started after a report of modest hiring gains at U.S. businesses failed to excite investors.
Winter weather and California's severe drought could drive up prices for some of your favorite grocery items.
An expert says a million new jobs are needed by 2017 and the jobs will likely pay six-figure incomes.
There's a federal push to stop cell phone theft in its tracks. It's a new plan to put a kill switch in every phone and render it useless for criminals.
Breads, pastries and even your favorite pastas- it turns out many contain a chemical called Azodicarbonamide, or ADA for short.
Friday and Saturday could be a good day for iPhone purchase for those looking to upgrade.
The FDA and First Lady announce the first new nutrition labels in two decades.
The Vermont company known for its unique array of flavors announced four new varieties this week.
One senator says e-cigarette makers are attempting to create a new generation of nicotine addicts.
Stocks moved between small gains and losses Wednesday as investors assessed earnings reports from retailers and other companies.
General Motors is adding more than 588,000 vehicles to a recall to fix ignition switches that can shut off engines and cause crashes.
The consumer confidence rate remains unchanged from January.
Holder called on Congress Monday to create "a strong national standard" to quickly alert consumers when their information is compromised in a data breach.
McDonald's is in the early stages of looking at whether it can extend its breakfast hours.
One Florida restaurant chain with four locations on the First Coast is asking customers to help them defray the cost of new health care expenses.
Despite historic gains on Wall Street in 2013, many are still hurting from the recession, and about two-thirds of Americans say they plan to delay their retirement plans.
Just 10% of children's products are returned or fixed during safety recalls, according to a first-of-its-kind report out Tuesday from a children's safety advocacy group.
The offer applies only to HTC One phones bought in the U.S. starting Tuesday.
Stocks are ending mostly higher on Wall Street as traders get back to work after a long holiday weekend.
The Ohio Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals wants Humane Officer Barry Accorti fired for allegedly shooting five kittens in a home's back yard on Monday.
Today, Jan. 14, beauty queen Priyanka Chopra and actor Anil Kapoor are at the Tampa Theatre kicking off the celebrations.
There will be a challenge to St. Pete Beach Commissioner Jim Parent's election as official transcripts indicate he doesn't meet the residency requirement.
Following a jury's order to pay former NBA referee Tim Donaghy more than $1.5 million, Largo publisher Shawna Vercher declared bankruptcy, delaying Donaghy's possible seizure of her belongings.
Problems for Sharon Fowler and Laura began in 2012 when management sent a letter saying Laura is over the 25-pound weight limit and needed to go.
The 10 News Investigators discovered FDOT and local cities have been working together to shorten some of the yellow lights across the state, resulting in many more red-light camera tickets.
Major George McNamara's 29 years serving the people of Tampa started, strangely, with a drive down the highway.
For more than 60 years, tourists have been flocking to Weeki Wachee to see the park's world famous mermaids. But now, for the first time ever, you can see the secret world beneath Weeki...
Detectives didn't have to look far to find the man who tried to rob a Radio Shack because not only did he work there, he also showed up for his shift after the robbery.
A cat named Furby with a strong liking to Bob Marley remixes one of his records.
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