TAMPA — Aaron McCrae was cruising along Interstate 4 with a friend from out of town, listing all the reasons he loves Tampa Bay, when his visitor paused and pointed up.
"What's that about?" he asked.
A Pasco County deputy clerk was arrested on Tuesday, accused of stealing money from the New Port Richey Traffic Department, Pasco Clerk Paula O'Neil said.
ST. PETERSBURG — A city program bused nearly 1,000 homeless people to destinations all over the country during the past two years.
TAMPA — Bo's Ice Cream in Seminole Heights reopened Tuesday afternoon a day after a state inspector found live roaches and evidence of other pests inside the venerable roadside stand and ordered it closed.
ST. PETERSBURG — Nearly half of city employees in a survey expressed doubts about how their workplace fosters equality, respect and inclusiveness, according to a report released Tuesday.
ST. PETERSBURG — Council member Jim Kennedy plans to ask his colleagues to bring in the Urban Land Institute to provide a detailed analysis of the stadium impasse with the Tampa Bay Rays.
CLEARWATER — Starting Saturday, five police officers will be outfitted with body cameras as part of a 30-day pilot program at Pinellas County's third largest law enforcement agency.
Two years ago, a cowboy of a Tampa lawyer, successful and smooth in his crisp suit, condemned opposing counsel in a contentious case playing out for the cameras.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The end of a long Tuesday left the Rays with a pair of big losses.
ST. PETERSBURG — A 14-year-old boy standing near his home was shot in the foot Tuesday afternoon in what appears to be a drive-by shooting, St. Petersburg police said.
ST. PETERSBURG — Reflecting the westward growth of St. Petersburg's revitalized downtown, Publix announced Tuesday that it is opening a new grocery store on a previously moribund stretch of Central Avenue.
TAMPA — Vapers everywhere could soon learn whether their preferred method of smoking actually is better for their health.
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TAMPA — The Baymont Inn and Suites — so close to Busch Gardens that all rooms have roller coaster views — has been sold to a Latin American investor.
St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman submitted his proposed budget to City Council Tuesday, eight days before a newly-revised deadline.