Florida State played in the first three Bowl Championship Series title games that began 16 years ago. Now the Seminoles will play in the final one.
TAMPA — A federal judge isn't convinced that the abortion pill John Andrew Welden gave an ex-girlfriend caused her to miscarry, and those judicial misgivings could translate to a shorter prison sentence than recommended for Welden.
As he gears up to run against Republican Gov. Rick Scott, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist is making an issue of renewable energy.
To learn more at school, students have to be at school more, and so teachers have to be at school more, before the first bell and after the last. This was the thinking of Pinellas County Schools in giving its campuses $4.5 million this year, a 60 percent funding increase, to expand before- and after-school programs …
Health insurance is one of those topics that can make your head spin — whether you've had it for years or never at all. Next year, most Americans will need to have coverage. What's less clear is how many people will be able to make their new insurance work for them.
TAMPA — A fire broke out Sunday afternoon at a Tampa recycling center, spontaneous combustion igniting piles of materials such as paper and cardboard. Tampa Fire Rescue received a call about the fire at Rock-Tenn Recycling, 5111 N. 26th St., about 3 p.m., said Fire Rescue spokesman Henry Williams. The recyclable …
Fox analyst Brit Hume said Sunday that President Barack Obama's decision to start talking about income inequality and raising the minimum wage was a political calculation to shift discussion away from the health care law.
If so, it worked.
Just two days before he was supposed to leave Iraq in 2006, Army Sgt. Taylor Urruela was riding in a Humvee that hit a roadside bomb, mangling his right leg.
Construction worker killed fleeing robbery
TAMPA — Faculty members at Hillsborough Community College are not happy about the 3 percent raises they are being offered, especially not when the school's president is getting a 28 percent pay hike.