A motorist towing a Airstream travel trailer lost control of his vehicle Friday on Interstate 75 and both vehicle and trailer overturned in the median, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
NEW YORK — Wisconsin's Nigel Hayes is one of the more outspoken players in college basketball. Maybe a little too outspoken this week. He didn't have nice things to say about his host: New York.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump, elected on a promise to use his deal-making prowess to get Washington working, blinked Friday in the face of defeat, abruptly pulling a House vote on a GOP health care overhaul amid crumbling Republican support.
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In 1987, David White was summoned to Boca Ciega High's gymnasium for a photo. The former boys basketball standout for the Pirates put on a T-shirt and stood in front of a white background.
Here they come (again). A new snapshot released this week by the U.S. Census Bureau shows Tampa Bay leads the way as three metro areas in the state posted among the biggest gains last year in new residents moving to their communities. The government's population estimates are both a success story and a challenge for the …
The city's oldest cemetery is the final resting place for at least 1,000 early Tampa residents — pioneers, Confederate soldiers, victims of yellow fever, pirates, 13 mayors and slaves — but there might be even more.
ST. PETERSBURG — The mixed martial arts fighter accused of leaving a University of South Florida student critically injured during St. Patrick's Day revelry was catcalling women right before he threw what police are calling a "sucker" punch.
Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran claims to be taking an ax to corporate welfare. Yet a House bill eliminating numerous tax credit programs preserves the breaks for certain special interests, including golf, motorsports and the defense industry. As much as Republican lawmakers talk about no longer playing favorites …
1. RHP Erasmo Ramirez looked like his old self, which means he was smiling after his outing, and why not?
The Pinellas County school district has applied for a $15 million, five-year federal grant through the Magnet Schools of America program to enhance and expand existing magnet programs.
Next week would have been make-or-break for this year’s efforts by the Florida Legislature to implement mandatory daily recess in public elementary schools....
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