SAN DIEGO — A Navy pilot safely ejected into San Diego Bay on Friday when a training jet went off the end of a runway after landing at Naval Air Station North Island.
WASHINGTON — Veterans would get specialized medical care from private doctors more easily under a bill the Senate approved Friday.
PARIS — The Eiffel Tower closed to the public Friday as workers protested a rise in aggressive pickpockets around the Paris landmark that attracts thousands of visitors daily.
Nikita Kucherov, the hero Wednesday night, found himself wide open in the slot early in Friday's Game 4. l He missed the net — high and wide. l A few minutes later, Tyler Johnson, the NHL's leading playoff scorer, had Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist beat but ripped a shot off the crossbar. …
ST. PETERSBURG — Evan Longoria and Scott Kazmir share some special memories, teammates on the 2008 Rays team that made the stunningly unexpected run to the World Series.
TAMPA — Sometimes it's possible to imagine the interstate isn't there.
ST. PETERSBURG — No asterisk was needed for this one.
Man dies after being pulled from gulf
A Florida children's dentist accused of running a "house of horrors" that included performing surgical procedures without anesthetic agreed late Friday to stop practicing dentistry.
ST. PETERSBURG — The days of exhaust-belching, bumper-to-bumper buses ringing Williams Park may be numbered.
TAMPA — A federal lawsuit seeking class-action status that has been filed against the law firm Butler & Hosch says hundreds of its workers laid off earlier this month, including up to 100 in Tampa, are owed three weeks' salary and were dismissed without the 60-day notice required by law.
For Gov. Rick Scott, the campaign never ends.
TAMPA — A federal review of the Tampa Police Department's enforcement practices as it relates to bicycle laws and other traffic infractions is set to begin next week, officials said Friday. Investigators are expected to be on site at least two days, Tampa police spokeswoman Andrea Davis said, though it could be …
WASHINGTON — The last time Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky staged a marathon protest on the Senate floor, over the government drone policy, fellow Republican Sen. Marco Rubio rushed to stand by his side.
It started as a typical DUI traffic stop. George Arthur Hunt IV had been driving off the road in East Lake Woodlands on May 18, 2013, when a deputy stopped him.