TARPON SPRINGS — A huge indoor gun range that's planned for a blighted spot alongside U.S. 19 won approval late Tuesday night from Tarpon Springs commissioners who heard passionate arguments for and against it.
ST. PETERSBURG — For a few decades, 22nd Street S offered all the amenities available to white people downtown.
TAMPA — The nation's intelligence chief didn't wait for the next-day, Pulitzer Prize hangovers to recede before criticizing leaks of National Security Agency surveillance that helped two newspapers win journalism's highest honor.
BELLEAIR — The Belleair Town Commission voted 4-1 Tuesday night to create a new zoning district a developer could apply for if he or she wanted to raze the historic Belleview Biltmore Resort & Spa and build condos or townhomes in its place.
LARGO — City commissioners here voted unanimously Tuesday to take the county to the bargaining table over proposed cuts to Pinellas emergency medical services system.
ST. PETERSBURG — A St. Petersburg man has pleaded guilty to battery for shooting someone with a BB gun at the St. Pete Pride Parade.
ST. PETERSBURG — When a national report ranked Tampa as the leading city in Florida for its promotion of equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents last fall, officials on this side of the bay took notice.
Okay, maybe a little umbrage, too.
TAMPA — One of the deadliest roads in one of the deadliest metro areas in the country for pedestrians is getting a safety upgrade, but residents and local officials are calling for more.
TAMPA — Amazon is racing to complete a massive warehouse in southeastern Hillsborough County in time for the holiday shopping rush and likely will end up hiring even more people than the 1,000 originally planned.
TALLAHASSEE — A bill to extend subsidized health insurance to the state's youngest legal immigrants has stalled in the Florida Legislature, due largely to the initial $27.5 million price tag.
Running straight through some of Tampa's poorest neighborhoods is one of its most dangerous streets.
Ask Manny Kool about the hype and hope surrounding Saturday's Record Store Day — a glorious all-day bonanza for geeked-out vinyl and music fans — and the smooth-pated, normally chill dude in charge of Daddy Kool in St. Petersburg widens his eyes.
"Oh god," he says.
Pinellas is launching its second new summer program in as many years, targeting hundreds more students atop the thousands already enrolled in summer learning.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County can't wait 10 years to collect the full $45 million of 1-cent sales taxes it has earmarked for economic development, business leaders told county commissioners Tuesday.
BROOKSVILLE — Hernando County School District officials made it clear during a School Board workshop Tuesday that something needs to be done about the condition of Westside Elementary School — and soon.