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AT&T offers lower-cost options on one- and two-line plans

10:58 PM, Mar 8, 2014

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.

Holy guacamole! Chipotle may stop selling it?

9:59 PM, Mar 5, 2014

The Mexican fast-food chain chain is grappling with an avocado shortage.

US stocks are little changed after payroll survey

5:42 PM, Mar 5, 2014

Stocks wound up pretty much where they started after a report of modest hiring gains at U.S. businesses failed to excite investors.

Prices rising at the grocery store

4:38 PM, Mar 4, 2014

Winter weather and California's severe drought could drive up prices for some of your favorite grocery items.

Need for cybersecurity solutions create job demand

7:15 PM, Mar 3, 2014

An expert says a million new jobs are needed by 2017 and the jobs will likely pay six-figure incomes.

Lawmakers push for cell phone 'kill switch'

5:47 PM, Mar 3, 2014

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.

Yoga mat chemical found in 500 grocery store foods

12:38 AM, Mar 1, 2014

Breads, pastries and even your favorite pastas- it turns out many contain a chemical called Azodicarbonamide, or ADA for short.  

Best Buy deal makes iPhone 5s a bargain

12:37 AM, Mar 1, 2014

Friday and Saturday could be a good day for iPhone purchase for those looking to upgrade.

FDA proposes first new food labels in decades

7:11 PM, Feb 27, 2014

The FDA and First Lady announce the first new nutrition labels in two decades.

'Peanut Butter Fudge' among new Ben & Jerry's flavors

10:54 PM, Feb 26, 2014

The Vermont company known for its unique array of flavors announced four new varieties this week. 

Senators look for e-cigarette marketing limits

4:54 PM, Feb 26, 2014

One senator says e-cigarette makers are attempting to create a new generation of nicotine addicts.

Stocks flat after housing data, retailer earnings

4:51 PM, Feb 26, 2014

Stocks moved between small gains and losses Wednesday as investors assessed earnings reports from retailers and other companies.

GM adds 842,000 vehicles to recall linked to fatal crashes

7:45 AM, Feb 26, 2014

General Motors is adding more than 588,000 vehicles to a recall to fix ignition switches that can shut off engines and cause crashes.

Florida consumer confidence holding steady

10:58 PM, Feb 25, 2014

The consumer confidence rate remains unchanged from January.

Holder: Consumers must be notified about data breaches

6:39 PM, Feb 24, 2014

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 eyes longer breakfast hours

5:13 PM, Feb 24, 2014

McDonald's is in the early stages of looking at whether it can extend its breakfast hours.

Gator's Dockside adding on health care surcharge

12:41 AM, Feb 22, 2014

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.

Monday at 11pm: Driving with Babies

12:54 PM, Feb 21, 2014

Most Americans plan to delay retirement despite Wall Street gains

7:31 PM, Feb 20, 2014

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.

Child safety report: Recalls ineffective

7:29 PM, Feb 18, 2014

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.

HTC offers to replace cracked phone screens

5:41 PM, Feb 18, 2014

The offer applies only to HTC One phones bought in the U.S. starting Tuesday.

Stocks edge higher after holiday; Coca-Cola falls

5:18 PM, Feb 18, 2014

Stocks are ending mostly higher on Wall Street as traders get back to work after a long holiday weekend.

Mom: Officer shot kittens in front of my kids

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.

2:06 PM, Jun 12, 2013

Bollywood stars come to Tampa

Today, Jan. 14, beauty queen Priyanka Chopra and actor Anil Kapoor are at the Tampa Theatre kicking off the celebrations.

12:03 PM, Jan 14, 2014

Official transcript indicates St. Pete Beach Commissioner Jim Parent doesn't meet residency requirements

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.

5:32 PM, Mar 18, 2011

Tim Donaghy's court win forces former publisher, Shawna Vercher, into bankruptcy

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.

2:01 PM, Nov 16, 2012

Legally blind woman sues Paradise Lakes nudist condo association over service dog

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.

10:39 PM, Mar 4, 2014

Florida's red-light camera intersections issuing more tickets after yellow light times quietly reduced

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.

11:01 PM, May 19, 2013

Murder case still haunts retiring Tampa Police detective

Major George McNamara's 29 years serving the people of Tampa started, strangely, with a drive down the highway.

7:31 AM, Dec 22, 2009

Divers explore the caves under Weeki Wachee

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...

10:22 PM, Feb 14, 2014

Suspect, and Radio Shack employee Andre Puskas fails to rob store, shows up for shift later

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. 

1:14 PM, Feb 13, 2014

DJ Cat vs. DJ Kitty? YouTube video shows Furby the cat remixing Bob Marley

A cat named Furby with a strong liking to Bob Marley remixes one of his records.


10:39 AM, Dec 4, 2012


Photo courtesy On Point Executive Center via Facebook near the Courtney Campbell Causeway.

Severe Weather in Tampa Bay, March 6, 2014

Photos show a stunning accident after a plane became entangled in the strings of a skydivers parachute, send both crashing to the ground in Polk County. Amazingly, neither the parachutist nor the pilot were seriously injured. Photos courtesy Tim Telford via the Polk County Sheriffs Office.

Mulberry skydiving accident

Thirty bulls raced down a run at Little Everglades Ranch during Dade Citys Great Bull Run on Saturday, March 8, 2014.

Dade City's Great Bull Run

As the Bucs unveil a brand new logo after 17 years, 10 Sports shares the teams concept logos that never made the final cut.

Rejected Bucs logos

NFL Cheerleaders, a nationwide directory of rehabilitation centers, compiled mug shots of methamphetamine addicts to show how the progression of drug abuse impacted their looks over a relatively short period of time. Pictured here is meth abuser Andrew at age 18 (left) and age 25.

Meth's devastating effects: Before and after

Warning: Some of these may be considered offensive.

Rejected Florida License Plates

Bikini Bike Wash in Pensacola

Pet Paparazzi

Ashley Bracey, of Rockledge, and Jose Guilbert, of Cocoa, react to the George Zimmerman verdict at the Merritt Island Hooters. Photo courtesy Craig Rubadoux, FLORIDA TODAY

George Zimmerman Verdict Reactions

2013 Hooters International Swimsuit Pageant

Photo of a handgun that was found on Trayvon Martins cell phone.

George Zimmerman's lawyers release new Trayvon photos

Police Photo showing George Zimmers appearance on the night of the Trayvon Martin shooting

Trayvon Martin crime scene and George Zimmerman injury photos

Ireland Nugent takes her first steps on prosthetic legs

The Dali Museum goes Warhol. A new Andy Warhol exhibit is expected to bring 50,000 visitors

Andy Warhol exhibit comes to the Dali Museum

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders

Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader Sarah Jones between routines against the Carolina Panthers on Oct. 22, 2006, in Cincinnati, Ohio. (AP Photo)

Ex-Bengals cheerleader Sarah Jones charged in student sex case

Internet mugshot sensation sets record straight

10 News spotted the Mystery Monkey of Tampa Bay for ourselves. The animal acted very aggressive toward our cameras.

Mystery Monkey of Tampa Bay

Submitted By Ray Austin Deal on Facebook

Florida Weather Photos: We live in paradise!

Facebook photo of Darrin Spivey and his son, Dillon Sanchez

Rare look inside the underwater cave Eagle's Nest

Tennessee Titans cheerleader entertains fans during the second half against the Kansas City Chiefs at LP Field. Kansas City won 26-17. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

NFL cheerleaders support fight against breast cancer

Lesley Hunt, marijuana possession

Mug Shots: Notorious Women

Courtesy of Josh Jensen on Facebook

Waterspout between Gandy, Howard Frankland July 30

SPC Jason P. Fischer, Army Infantry, 4/2 Stryker Brigade.  They were the last ones to vacate Iraq. This is him leaving for his second and last tour.  Pictured with his two sons Braiden and Sean. He was stationed out of Fort Lewis in Washington State.

Pictures: 10 News Salutes Our Troops and Veterans

Jason Gay, attempted murder with sword and guitar

Mug Shot Roundup

Ex-Charlie Sheen Goddess Bree Olson

photo courtesy family of Trayvon Martin

Florida teen Trayvon Martin killed by neighborhood watch volunteer

Naughty School Girl Night

An hour north of Tampa, the Weeki Wachee Springs State Park has been entertaining families with underwater Mermaid shows for nearly 60 years. (AP Photo)

'Real' mermaids swimming in Weeki Wachee

Christina Clark. Charges:
Solicit prostitution - oral sex for $300; Possession of Cocaine. Summary: Single - Unemployed

78 arrested in Polk online prostitution bust

The Redneck Yacht Club

Sydney Spies, teen with racy yearbook photo, arrested

Luscious Ladies of Red Bull

Mug Shots: T-Shirts

Casey Anthony Before Photos

A crime scene photo admitted into evidence shows the wooded area where Caylee Anthonys body was found.

Caylee Anthony Crime Scene Photos (Warning: Graphic content)

Athlete Arrests

Prostitution Arrests

Alligator Roundups

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