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Crews pull an overturned gas tanker upright - Firday, May 17, 2013.
News 13 caught up with a man who was treated for wounds after a dog attack in Holly Hill.
From tracking down planted explosive training aids to running an obstacle course, military working dogs like Eddie train for deployment just like their human handlers.
Wildlife officials captured a bear that had climbed up a tree in a Tampa neighborhood Friday morning.
Space Coast Jr./Sr. High School grad surprised by stepdad returning home from 9-month deployment.
Fire crews are battling flames and smoke from a brushfire in south Hillsborough County. According to Hillsborough County Fire Rescue, several units responded to an auto salvage yard in the 6000 block of Jensen Road.
Hernando County commissioners recently voted down the idea of a library tax to help keep the doors open at area branches so a new idea is now being kicked around.
The toddler went to physical therapy at All Children's Outpatient Care Center on Thursday.
An FHP trooper was injured after a crash on SR-417 in Orlando Thursday.
Kissimmee officials describe Lieutenant William Manning's death as devastating.
A spring tornado outbreak devastated parts of North Texas leaving a path of death and destruction.
Your Morning News anchor, Erica Riggins, shows off the brand new Weather on the Nines Forecast Center.
Trigger, a once malnourished pit bull taken from his owner, has now been adopted.
The careful process of moving a historic Ybor City home continued Thursday morning.
President Obama led a ceremony honoring officers who died in 2012. Among them, Brevard Deputy Barbara Pill.
A bus driver in Pennsylvania picked up an unexpected passenger this week when a deer decided to go for a ride.
A bus driver got an unexpected passenger on his route when a deer came crashing through the windshield.
Pastor Cedric Cuthbert bonded out of the Orange County Jail early Thursday morning.
The U.S. Coast Guard will continue its clean up efforts Thursday in the Anclote River along the Tarpon Springs docks.
While the St. Petersburg city council will vote Thursday whether to approve additional funding for The Lens and keep the project alive, petitions are being verified that ultimately may stall the effort to replace the pier.