for years, the St. Petersburg side of the Gandy Bridge chugged along supported by an organic mix of Old Florida waterside allures: Kahuna's for burgers and beer, the Crab Shack for the obvious, Vegas Showgirls for a different obvious, Derby Lane and such. Longtime businesses might peter out (Dave's …
HUDSON — A man was arrested Sunday after, deputies say, he shot and killed a neighbor's dog for walking on his property.
AUSTIN, Texas NSA leaker Edward Snowden is getting ready to speak at this year's South By Southwest Interactive Festival.
NEW YORK — In his most extensive comments about the 2012 Connecticut school massacre, the father of gunman Adam Lanza describes his struggle to comprehend what his son did – an act that "couldn't get any more evil" – and how he now wishes that his son had never been born.
One of the most high-profile events of Tampa Bay Beer Week was marred by angry crowds who did not get the coveted beer at Cigar City Brewing's fifth Hunahpu's Day Release Day party, prompting the owner to kill future events and apologize on the company's Facebook page.
PORT RICHEY — When Peggy Gamble first noticed the hole in the ground Saturday just outside her front door, behind the hedges and directly below the condo's address numbers, it was still small. She wondered why someone or something would be digging there.
A woman died early Monday after she lost control of her minivan and drove into a Pinellas Park retention pond.
TAMPA — A person was killed early Monday morning in a crash on Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa.
Temperatures will swing from above average to about ten degrees below normal this week.
TAMPA — UCLA senior associate athletic director Mark Harlan will be named USF's new athletic director this week, according to multiple reports.
TAMPA — The arrow for revenue from property taxes seems pointed in the right direction, but putting together the 2015 city budget probably will require closing a shortfall Mayor Bob Buckhorn estimates at $10 million to $15 million.
TAMPA — From inside jail walls, Ali Shabazz saw opportunity instead of inconvenience.
ST. PETERSBURG — Mayor Rick Kriseman's administration will now serve taxpayers from satellite offices to provide Midtown residents better access to City Hall.
Medical marijuana is not only doing well in public opinion surveys, but it could get an unexpected and unintended boost from its most high-profile opponent: Gov. Rick Scott.
To sell children on math, textbooks sometimes have colorful fictions on their covers. Iguanas look through kaleidoscopes. Skunks swing baseball bats. Rabbits float away after clutching a few too many balloons.