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TAMPA — A Seminole man pleaded guilty Friday to making threatening phone calls to Pinellas County mosques after the Paris terrorist attacks in November.
TAMPA — Prosecutors will not be allowed to seek a death sentence in a Tampa murder case, a judge ruled Tuesday, because the state has no constitutional death penalty law on the books.
TAMPA — A former Tampa General Hospital employee has been indicted on charges she disclosed patient information in connection with stolen identity tax refund fraud.
TAMPA — A Jordanian who told investigators he smuggled firearms from Florida to the Middle East to help the mujahideen was sentenced Friday to 31 months in federal prison.
TAMPA — A former Tampa Police civilian employee has agreed to plead guilty to federal charges in connection with a scheme to use police databases to get personal information for use in tax refund fraud.
Stephen Diaco, one of three lawyers accused of setting up a rival’s DUI arrest, was permanently disbarred Thursday by the Florida Supreme Court.
TAMPA — A Seminole man charged with making threatening phone calls to Pinellas County mosques after the Paris terrorist attack has agreed to plead guilty to a federal offense, according to court filings.
For about a year, Medicare and Tricare, the insurance program for military personnel, paid two local pharmacies more than $50 million, about half of which was given to a marketing firm now under federal criminal investig...
TAMPA — Jeanette Hevel betrayed the public trust placed in police officers and tarnished her badge when she stole fraudulent tax refund checks from an evidence room.
TAMPA — A former Tampa Police corporal says she stole checks from the department’s evidence locker to fund her escape from a bad marriage to another police officer.
Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco says he’s looking for $200,000 to spend on enhanced body armor for deputies now that the Justice Department has suspended a program that shares with local law enforcement money and proper...
While the state Supreme Court considers permanently disbarring them, three lawyers accused of orchestrating the DUI arrest of an adversary will be suspended from practice, the state’s highest court announced on Fr...
TAMPA — For the first time in 13 years, Hillsborough State Attorney Mark Ober is facing a challenger for his election.
TAMPA — The University of South Florida has the rights to a better mouse — a mutant mouse for medical research.
TAMPA — Taking your problems to court might seem a daunting task, especially if you can’t afford an attorney and especially in the highfalutin halls of federal court.