ST. PETERSBURG — Halfway through Aziz Ansari's Modern Romance Tour stop, which was all about the undignified way people correspond today, he beckoned the crowd.
DUNEDIN — Three bicyclists were injured — one with life-threatening injuries — after a biker crashed Sunday during a long-distance ride in a pack of 30 cyclists, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office said.
TAMPA — The March 1 deadline to stabilize the Jackson Rooming House has come and gone, but City Hall is in no rush to bulldoze the decomposing historic landmark.
This year, for the first time, five Pinellas County schools underwent a state-mandated "turnaround" process of severe proportions. Chronically failing, they were pushed to replace their staffs. Some went so far as to replace their principals.
Gavin was the best big brother 4-month-old Mia could want — but not because he'll one day help her with homework or give her advice about boys. In fact, she'll never meet him.
TALLAHASSEE — Republican lawmakers in the House and Senate have ambitious plans to provide Florida's 2.7 million schoolchildren with more choices in education.
The Republican Party has tried to boil down the comparison between Florida Gov. Rick Scott and his rival, former Gov. Charlie Crist, with four words: "Crist crash, Scott surge."
After a 26-game win streak, including a sweep of the SEC regular season and tournament, Florida was selected as the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament on Sunday.
Have President Barack Obama's poll numbers turned a corner?
ATLANTA — In the end, it was defense that saved the day and earned a championship, and for a Florida team that prides itself on just that, it was a fitting end.
PORT RICHEY — Hikers found a body Sunday afternoon at Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park, Pasco County deputies said.
TAMPA — It took Hillsborough County Fire Rescue about an hour Sunday to haul an injured man out of Alafia River State Park after he fell while mountain biking on a remote trail.
ST. PETERSBURG — A man police say pistol-whipped and robbed a couple last month on the Pinellas Trail, then fled to Georgia, was returned Sunday to custody in Florida.
They are among the most prolific killers of Florida children, but they don't carry a gun or a knife. The danger they carry is small enough to fit inside a pill bottle, a bong or a syringe.
FRUITLAND PARK — Jaren Hare and her boyfriend did not have to choose between her 2-year-old daughter, Shaiunna, and the stash of drugs the couple had been accused of abusing.