Let's start with this: The Lightning really had no business being in Wednesday night's game with the Canadiens. Tampa Bay was outshot 44-25, generated little offensive zone time and for most of the game had trouble even getting through a structured Montreal defense in the neutral zone. So it was fitting the …
TAMPA -— Before the Tampa Bay Lightning's playoff game against the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night, Brant Summers had a decision to make.
Fire at 3-story home injures one person
TAMPA — One of the first songs played at next week's Bollywood film industry awards show will be Do Da Tampa, featuring Tampa native and Chamberlain High School graduate Ravi Jakhotia, also known as DJ Ravidrums.
TAMPA — A driver who struck two cars, and who officers first thought was being reckless, actually suffered a diabetic episode and died later at a hospital Wednesday, police said.
ST. PETERSBURG — Several weeks have passed since a group of officers, community leaders and city officials gathered at a church to discuss racial tensions at the Police Department.
ST. PETERSBURG — Former Pinellas County Administrator Bob LaSala was so determined to cut costs in the county's emergency medical services system he refused to compromise knowing the fight could end in court.
Pinellas County school officials have chosen two current principals to lead a pair of new elementary schools opening in August.
ST. PETERSBURG—Bill Edwards strikes again. He's just bought an entire downtown city block with virtually unlimited development options for $12 million.
TALLAHASSEE — Senate President Don Gaetz made a public records bill one of his top priorities this session, only to see it stall in the Florida House.
Do not be misled by the abruptness of Bob LaSala's firing this week.
TAMPA — Along with a new crosswalk and traffic light, a hazardous section of E Hillsborough Avenue is getting a streetlight upgrade, Tampa Electric Co. said Wednesday.
ST. PETERSBURG — After a short turn on Bravo's Top Chef at the end of 2012, Washington, D.C., rising star Jeffrey Jew found himself relocating to St. Petersburg's Old Northeast neighborhood. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America who had cooked in Florence, London and New York, he was, he said, …
TALLAHASSEE — Expanding Medicaid to cover thousands of uninsured Floridians has mostly been ignored by Republicans during this year's legislative session, but U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson is making a last-ditch effort to get it done.
A 29-year-old Lakeland teacher accused of having sex with one of her 17-year-old students now also faces charges in Hillsborough County.