Firefighters in Dunedin quickly doused a fire that scorched a mobile home on Main Street early Monday morning, authorities said.
A 25-year-old Tampa woman died early Monday morning after she was involved in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 75 in Pasco County, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
LOUDON, N.H. — Born in Connecticut, Joey Logano always considered New Hampshire Motor Speedway his home track, where he dreamed of being bathed in confetti and flocked by family and friends in Victory Lane.
HUDSON — A 12-year-old New Port Richey boy was killed Saturday when the van he was riding in collided with a car and he was thrown onto the roadway, authorities said.
GIBSONTON — Late on Aug. 30, Adam Regino sat behind the wheel of a truck that bounded south through Hillsborough County. In the rear seat was Javier Bermudez. A third man sat in the passenger seat.
TAMPA— Jetie B. Wilds Jr. spoke with a deliberate tone when he hosted his public affairs show Citizen's Report on WTMP-AM 1150. His words didn't rise with emotion, but that belied how much he cared about Tampa and particularly the African-American community.
LAND O'LAKES — Pasco County schools superintendent Kurt Browning arrived at his office Wednesday to find a sea of cars in the usually half-filled parking lot.
Attorney General Pam Bondi has launched her re-election advertising campaign with a major milestone in Florida law enforcement: the death of the state's infamous "pill mills."
TAMPA — No one was injured Sunday evening when a Central Tampa home being remodeled caught fire, officials said.
President Barack Obama will have allies if he decides to expand airstrikes against the Islamic State extremist group to targets in Syria, vowed the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, on Sunday.
FLORAL CITY — An Ocala woman died Sunday afternoon when her car veered off a road and hit a tree, authorities said.
Custodian at USF faces school terror charge
ST. PETERSBURG — The cause of the Rays' unexpected failures at Tropicana Field this season, capped by Sunday's 10-5 loss to the White Sox, will be reviewed, hypothesized and analyzed over the next several weeks in an attempt to decipher what went wrong and why.
It started on a Tuesday, April 29, 7:01 a.m., while kids were eating Cheerios and professors were starting to shower and retirees were trying to sleep in.
ST. PETERSBURG — Supporters of the Greenlight Pinellas transit plan promise the expanded bus service and light rail system between St. Petersburg and Clearwater would transform the county and the region.