The piano legend says goodbye to the Yellow Brick Road with a show at Amalie Arena. Other big concerts this week: KC and the Sunshine Band, Ghost, Minus the Bear and nothing, nowhere.
Tearing down a warehouse at 12th Street and Sixth Avenue revealed a brick-lined tunnel tall enough to walk through with rounded ceilings and walls but a flat floor of dirt.
Tampa Bay’s first hologram concert hit Ruth Eckerd Hall on Monday, bringing legendary crooner Roy Orbison back from the dead. Sort of.
Church organizers and nonprofit groups bring together 250 refugees for an interfaith Thanksgiving feast, multiculturalism front and center and gravy on the side
Ten homes in the neighborhood near Largo get fresh paint, courtesy of a team of volunteers
Corey Montego Small, 40, was arrested just after 8 p.m. Monday on a felony second degree murder charge for the death of Lawrence Lee Fagan, 63, in the Cedar Hollow Apartments complex.
Tampa Police say Cristian Osorio Velazquez, 20, died from upper body trauma suffered during a home invasion robbery at his West Tampa apartment on Saturday.
The producers of The Birth of a Race hailed the silent movie shot in Tampa more than a century ago as a great cinematic achievement, one they said would help race relations. It was a major bust.
The driver is in custody, but the fugitive who sparked Friday’s deadly incident is still being sought.
Clemente Aguirre-Jarquin knows what it's like to be accused. He spent 10 years on death row before new evidence, including DNA tests, helped set him free. Now he must adjust to life on the outside.