RIVERVIEW — Tampa Fire Rescue stopped the spread of a structure fire early Monday, fire officials said.
TAMPA — Traffic was briefly closed Monday morning on a two-block stretch of N Florida Avenue as firefighters and police battled a four-alarm fire.
ST. PETERSBURG — A suspect has been charged with manslaughter in the shooting of a teenage boy on Saturday.
DAYTONA BEACH — A frightening, last-lap crash overshadowed a victory by NASCAR's most popular driver at its most famous track.
ST. PETERSBURG — The modest office at 1501 16th St. S is easy to miss. It has no sign, and potted plants near the front door are wilted and brown.
TAMPA — Three minutes.
That's how long U.S. women's national team fans had to wait to drown out television announcers, and douse the floors with beer after Carli Lloyd's first goal in the FIFA Women's World Cup Final.
When the final whistle sounded on the Women's World Cup final Sunday, Carli Lloyd dropped to her knees near the sideline and looked to the open roof at BC Place, pumping her arms before teammate Heather O'Reilly embraced her.
TARPON SPRINGS — The group of Greek men played rummy and smoked tobacco in their usual Tarpon Springs cafe on Sunday as they watched the historic voting results pour in on Greek television.
MIAMI — Peter Zalewski talks so fast that listeners wonder when he has time to breathe. But his rat-a-tat speech is appropriate for a man who makes his living tracking a condo market growing at breakneck pace.
America II: Extreme Mud Wars: This wildly popular day of mud slinging returns to Spa Beach on Saturday and Sunday with more than 600 people competing in ultimate football, an obstacle course, joust pit, belly bumper pit, mud tug-of-war, the eliminator, dodge ball and mud ball frenzy. It's free for spectators; …
TAMPA — Tampa Fire Rescue personnel who entered a house to put out a fire on Sunday found about 100 marijuana plants inside, authorities said.
ST. PETERSBURG — A police officer was hit with his own Taser while trying to take a shoplifting suspect to jail Friday, authorities said.
NEW YORK — What is usually a rollicking celebration of a victory was even a little more raucous in the Rays clubhouse Sunday afternoon. Pitbull's Don't Stop the Party blared from the speakers, veteran David DeJesus paraded through the room banging his cymbals, and James Loney, though without the saxophone …
SARASOTA — A man accidentally shot his friend in the head with a spear gun while diving Saturday, Saraota police officials said.
TAMPA — Fire tore through a vacant former cigar factory in Palmetto Beach early Sunday, rendering it a "total loss," according to Tampa Fire Rescue.