The congressman's widow couldn't stop crying.
A Department of Veterans Affairs "fact sheet" told Congress and the public in April that the agency reviewed 250 million medical consultations going back to 1999 and found 76 veterans seriously harmed by treatment delays for gastrointestinal cancers. Of those, 23 died.
TAMPA — The agency that regulates Hillsborough County's cabs and limos is playing good cop, bad cop with ride-sharing companies Lyft and Uber.
RIVERVIEW — Detectives were looking for a suspect who robbed two restaurants early Friday, shattering the glass door at one, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said.
TALLAHASSEE — Questions about whether George Sheldon's residency status should disqualify him from the attorney general race have exposed a rift in the Florida Democratic Party.
TAMPA — It's safe to say the Hillsborough County School District and Charter Schools USA are not getting along.
The clang of the trolley will meet the twang of the alt-country favorite Have Gun Will Travel when the band kicks off the Streetcar Live Concert Series today, playing a rolling concert aboard the TECO Line Streetcar in Tampa from 7 to 9 p.m. The streetcar partnered with the Gasparilla Music Festival to bring some of the …
CLEARWATER — The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority repaid $354,000 to the federal government this week after facing questions over how it used grant money on an ad campaign.
Medicaid payment charges lessened
It was an issue that threatened the bottom lines of Florida's safety net hospitals, which are now breathing a collective sigh of relief.
Charlie Crist's coronation as the top Democrat in the state is fast approaching.
Saturday, he will be recognized as one of the finest football players in the history of the planet. With Derrick Brooks, that is just the start of it.
At Family Dollar, not everything costs a buck.
ST. PETERSBURG — Catholic Bishop Robert Lynch appealed to his flock to help shelter the child migrants pouring across the Mexican border from Central America on his blog Wednesday.
Consumer protection advocates this past week described not just the rising tide of old scams, but newer and more aggressive frauds hurting more people across the country and in the Tampa Bay area.