Opening statements begin Thursday in a case made widely known by the Netflix documentary ‘Take Care of Maya’.
In one hour alone Hurricane Ian brought 18 inches of rain to Venice nearly one year ago.
A key defendant has been dropped in connection to a case against Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital made widely known by the Netflix documentary ‘Take Care of Maya’.
The shoreline of Manasota Key looks a lot different than it did a month ago.
One year after Hurricane Ian passed through North Port and homes were engulfed by flood water, signs of damage remain.
It's a case that involves parental right, unproven allegations of child abuse and a family who said their daughter was medically kidnapped by the state.
A suspect who was arrested for drug possession died Wednesday after what appeared to be an overdose while being taken to a correctional facility, Sarasota County deputies said.
A hobby for many kids and teens is now an Olympic sport and a college sport, and one school just opened a training facility with state-of-the-art equipment.
On September 11, 2001, Colonel Mark Tillman was the commander and pilot of Air Force One, working to protect now-former President George W. Bush.
Officials with Sarasota and Manatee counties announced Tuesday that the medical alert status related to malaria that the Florida Department of Health had issued for those two counties has been lifted.
Two men have been arrested in connection with a chop shop operation in Hillsborough, Polk, Hernando, and Sarasota counties, according to authorities.
At Mote Marine Laboratory Aquaculture Research Park, Caribbean King Crabs are spawning.
A Bay Area social studies teacher was still a rookie New York City police officer when 9/11 happened.
The future of 49 acres in a Sarasota County neighborhood could be up for discussion.
Shots were fired at a Sarasota home during an armed robbery Monday afternoon, and now authorities are searching for answers.
An 81-year-old woman died after a crash on Thursday night in Sarasota, according to investigators.
A large steel building at a concrete plant in Venice was engulfed in flames early Friday morning, according to firefighters.
A Sarasota County man was sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in a hit-and-run that claimed the life of a 13-year-old girl just over a year ago.
Hurricane Idalia is long gone, but the storm still impacted Labor Day plans at the beach. Crews spent Monday evening picking up debris in Treasure Island, and in Venice, the South Jetty, which is normally busy on the holiday, is still shut down because of storm surge damage.
On Sunday evening, officials say there were numerous brush fires at Caspersen Beach in Venice.