TAMPA — The forecast for the next couple of days calls for more storms but lower temperatures. Toward the end of the week it will be hotter and drier.
Carnival Corp. is steering a course toward Cuba.
Six teens in Dunedin are facing charges after an explosion of some kind at a recreation center on Garrison Road, authorities said.
The Coast Guard was searching Tuesday morning for two missing boaters in the Gulf of Mexico whose last location according to cell phone records was about 10 miles west of Indian Rocks Beach.
There are ninja sharks and alien sharks. Shark clans, serial killer sharks and sharks the size of submarines.
TAMPA — Three men robbed the Papa Johns pizza restaurant at 9430 N Florida Ave early Tuesday, Tampa police said.
TIERRA VERDE — A condo development on a barrier island off Tierra Verde that was stalled during the recession is moving back to the front burner with different owners. Four Tierra Verde businessmen are planning Sunset Pointe at Collany Key, a cluster of 120 condos priced between $900,000 and $1.3 million.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Brad Boxberger didn't really have an idea why pitching coach Jim Hickey summoned him to manager Kevin Cash's office Monday afternoon, wondering if given the forecast for heavy rain — which eventually wiped out the game — maybe they were toying with having him start.
TAMPA — Seminole Heights institution Bo's Ice Cream temporarily closed Monday after being found in violation of a number of food service regulations involving cockroaches and rodents.
PORT RICHEY — Pasco County sheriff's deputies responding to a neighborhood dispute about animals Monday night shot a man who pointed a rifle at them, Sheriff Chris Nocco said.
ST. PETERSBURG — When Alex Gallegos rolls along the Pinellas Trail on his green Schwinn, he does not ride in fear.
It starts with a demand that a low-level city employee produce a public record on the spot. Or with an email to a private company demanding invoices relating to a public agency.
Often, it ends with a lawsuit.
In guilty moments, Gary LeBlanc's thoughts turned to the life he'd live when it was over.
Sometimes, it helps to be provocative.
In the right situation, in the proper moment, it can be more effective than a polite or subtle plea for attention.
TALLAHASSEE — A decision to omit three Confederate soldiers from the state's fledgling Veterans Hall of Fame likely never looked better than it did Monday to state officials.