TAMPA — The love affair between Leland Hawes and newspapers began in the 1930s, with an old L.C. Smith typewriter in his father's office in their Thonotosassa home. Mr. Hawes, then a boy of 8 or 9, was fascinated by the typewriter, he told an interviewer later. His father, who worked in the citrus business, had an …
BALTIMORE — Whatever momentum the Rays had left after Friday's tenser-than-it-had-to-be 12-10 win over the Orioles seemed to be sapped by a rough first inning Saturday when starter Roberto Hernandez put them in a four-run hole.
A Gibsonton woman died Saturday morning after a crash on Interstate 75 near Gibsonton Drive, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
A woman was seriously injured Friday evening after her bicycle was struck by an SUV in Pasco County, authorities said.
Ireland Nugent, the little girl who lost part of her legs in a lawn mower accident, met a new friend today: Winter the dolphin.
Shelton Quarles, scout for the Tampa Bay Bucs and former All-Pro linebacker, hosted a Celebrity Waiter Night to benefit his IMPACT Foundation, on Friday. The event featured a number of current and former Buccaneers.
TAMPA — Police are investigating the death of a man discovered on N 30th Street Friday night.
Justyn Ambrozia, the 90-year-old Trinity man who survived for two days in a car after breaking his hip and wrist, died Thursday due to complications from the trauma.
Their honeymoon 26 years ago in Cayman Brac had seemed the best possible beginning to their marriage.
TAMPA — If you look beyond the onstage sex and bongwater guzzling and guttural profanity and heroin needles, American Idiot the musical is a sweet time at the theater. No, really, it is — but come to think of it, you might want to look beyond the robust tighty-whitie flaunting, too.