TAMPA — A Tampa woman who arranged at least 10 fraudulent marriages intended to let Jamaican national gain citizenship in the United States has been sent to federal prison for 15 months.
TAMPA — A 6-year-old boy died Friday, days after he was hit by a car while riding a scooter near his home.
When Florida lawmakers banned high-interest car title loans in 2000, then-Gov. Jeb Bush proclaimed that the new law would protect Floridians from lenders "who prey on the desperate."
Downtown St. Petersburg will look considerably younger today as the Vans Warped Tour rolls into town.
TAMPA — Five people escaped a house fire early Friday in an east Tampa home.
Hot temperatures and afternoon showers are ahead in this weekend's weather forecast.
Gubernatorial candidate Nan Rich spoke with Pinellas County Democratic Party supporters in a St. Petersburg hotel conference room Thursdsay night to remind them that she is the only lifelong Democrat running for the office.
So a Tampa City Council member walks into a bar. And another bar. And another bar.
TAMPA — Hotel developer Lou Plasencia flies all over the nation from Tampa International Airport. When he steps into a taxi, that's one of his first impressions of the city he's visiting.
Man convicted in '08 murder of cab driver
TAMPA — The Hillsborough County lodging industry appears to be headed for a record year in 2014.
Defying the economic success of western cities, Raleigh, N.C., ranked first this year in Forbes' list of the 200 "Best Places for Business and Careers."
If you want to get women to your next gathering, there may be nothing that will draw a crowd quite like the promise of wine or fruity cocktails served in frosty stemmed glasses. From grocery stores and salons to trendy boutiques, chic fundraisers, even Botox parties, alcohol lures the "girls' night out'' crowd. • …
WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio on Thursday called for an end to President Barack Obama's program that grants legal status to immigrant youth brought to the United States by their parents.
TAMPA — Army Gen. Joseph Votel arrives next month in Tampa and will assume leadership of the U.S. Special Operations Command, replacing the man widely credited with planning the mission that killed Osama bin Laden.