Deputies investigate shooting; man injured
TAMPA — Grisham-like allegations that lawyers set up an opposing attorney for a DUI arrest mid trial heated up Thursday when federal agents seized the cellphones of a lawyer and a Tampa police sergeant.
ST. PETERSBURG — When Gary Sheffield, once one of baseball's highest-paid players, built his multimillion-dollar party mansion in Pinellas Point in 1997, he aimed for that special tier of excess few but pro athletes can afford.
KISSIMMEE — Ibragim Todashev, the Chechen martial-arts fighter killed by an FBI agent in Orlando on Tuesday, was a bit of a mystery to his neighbors in a modest gated community here.
TAMPA — In tight financial times, Florida universities have been told to comb degree programs to figure out which ones work, which ones need help and which ones need to go.
TAMPA — In 1986, Rabbi Frank Sundheim stepped down from his full-time pastorate at Congregation Schaarai Zedek, where he had served for 20 years.
There was a milestone at the Pasco County jail on Tuesday night. With 1,550 inmates, the facility had its highest head count ever. That's 374 more prisoners than the number of permanent beds on the first two floors of the facility.
HOLIDAY — The beige stucco house was unassuming from the outside. A pink, flowered "Welcome" sign hung from one of the eaves in front, and a Rays sticker was posted in a window. In the first lot of a quiet, dead-end street, neighbors say the people they saw living there were equally subdued. Until someone got …
The twisted tale of the prom and the parent, the principal and the teacher, and in the end, the police, had some great teachable moments.
Mostly for grownups.
BROOKSVILLE — In a last-ditch effort to keep his brother from spending the rest of his life in prison, William Glover took the stand and confessed one more time.