10 News investigates Florida's "Yellow Light Trap"

An original investigative series, Noah Pransky & the 10 Investigatates team exposed how the State of Florida reduced the length of yellow light intervals and created huge profits with additional red-light camera violations. The series launched a national conversation about the fairness and effectiveness of the technology.

Exposing abuses in Florida's red light camera program earned 10 Investigates a number of prestigious national honors, including the duPont-Columbia Award, the George Polk Award, and several regional Emmy awards.

Herald-Tribune Editorial cites WTSP investigation, demands answers on RLC

The Sarasota Herald Tribune cites WTSP's "Yellow Light Trap" investigation in an editorial calling for more accountability and better research on Red Light Cameras (RLC).

Brooksville surrenders legal battle to Sensys

The red light camera industry has scores another victory over a city seeking to remove the technology from its streets, as Brooksville will keep its cameras on one more year.

State stats show fewer cameras, but $148 million in fines last year

Despite more than a dozen cities pulling the plug on red light cameras in the last year, the technology issued $148 million in tickets in Florida last fiscal year.

New Port Richey forced to keep red light cameras on

After months of negotiations with their red light camera vendor, frustrated city officials in New Port Richey have abandoned a plan to remove four of their nine red light cameras along U.S. 19.

10 News breaks short yellow investigation

A quiet change to Florida's traffic rules has allowed shorter yellow light intervals and millions of dollars in additional fines.

10 News Investigators: Legislators acting quickly on short yellow light investigation

Lawmakers quickly act on 10 News Investigation; reach out to state transportation leaders for fix.

Hillsborough Co. to review lights, but not Tampa

Hillsborough Commissioners decide to study the lengths of yellow lights at RLC intersections, but Tampa officials resist nat'l safety guidelines.

Tampa mayor won't address lights, but council does

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn won't talk about the city's short yellow lights - among the shortest in all of Tampa Bay - but council ordered a review.

Tampa mayor confronted about short yellow lights

10 News caught up with Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn Friday to ask about the city's yellow light intervals, among the shortest in Tampa Bay.

Legislative Investigation Launched

The head of Florida's Senate Transportation Committee informed FDOT he was launching a legislative investigation into RLC & short yellow lights following a 10 News Investigation.

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