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- Disappearance of Sabine
- Gulf Oil Spill
- Haiti: The Earthquake Aftermath
- Home Invasion
- Hurricane Sandy
- Investigating HRK Holdings and the spill at Piney Point
- Kiwanis 90th anniversary
- Manatee Rural Health Services
- Military Holiday Greetings
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- The Gift of Hope
- Thomas Fast
- Tim Brooks
- Tragedy in Palmetto - The Club Elite Shootings
A former Manatee County gang member shares his story of joining SUR-13, testifying against his friends, surviving prison and finding God.
Pastor Jerry Parrish, with Manatee YMCA, acts as a mentor and father to children throughout the county.
Detectives and gangs are adapting as hybrid organizations form, younger kids are recruited and women take on larger roles.
Manatee gang units spend time on the streets, building relationships with members and at-risk youth -- and their families and friends.
Since 2007, more than 50 gang members have been charged with racketeering in Manatee County.
NEW ORLEANS -- Workers on the drilling rig that exploded at the outset of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill catastrophe were "trying to get it right" as they monitored BP's well for signs of trouble before the blast, an expert witness for the company that owned the rig testified Monday.
De Soto Heritage Festival presented by the Hernando De Soto Historical Society.
Trial for the Gulf oil spill begins.
The settlements will benefit more than 10,000 property owners and are estimated to be in excess of $1 billion, mostly in Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.
Nik Wallenda crossed roughly 600 feet of open space at a height of 180 feet Tuesday from a crane positioned by the Unconditional Surrender statue to the top of the Marina Tower building in downtown Sarasota.