TAMPA — Jurors were shown video Friday of murder suspect Richard McTear Jr. telling news reporters, "It's a dirty game," as he was walked from a patrol car into the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office shortly after his arrest.
TAMPA — Army Gen. Joseph Votel will officially take over as director of U.S. Special Operations Command during a ceremony scheduled for 2 p.m. Aug. 28 at the Tampa Convention Center, officials said Friday.
Floridians will vote Nov. 4 on a constitutional amendment that would legalize possession and sale of marijuana for medical purposes. Patients would need a doctor's certification that they have a debilitating illness or condition.
TAMPA -- The Museum of Science and Industry will receive a $2 million grant from Florida Hospital to update its IMAX theater with digital technology, the museum announced Friday.
TAMPA — The new owner of Channelside Bay Plaza is about to get to work.
VATICAN CITY — Do you make the pope pay for lunch?
MIAMI — A fungus carried by an invasive beetle from southeast Asia is felling trees across the Everglades, and experts have not found a way to stop the blight from spreading.
Soon-to-be Hall of Fame linebacker Derrick Brooks, already a busy man in his retirement, has added another job to his work week, announced Friday by the NFL and NFLPA as a new appeals officer for the league.
Shares in WellCare Health Plans plummeted nearly 20 percent in early trading Friday after the Tampa managed care company released second-quarter earnings and lowered expectations for the remainder of the year.
When Sharknado premiered on the SyFy network on July 11, 2013, it hit the Internet like a tidal wave.
Ask Jason Fraser how many jobs he applied for after graduating from a St. Petersburg law school last year and this is what he says:
TREASURE ISLAND — A morbidly obese man whose poor health helped him avoid prison time had his request for a shortened sentence denied this month.
Floridians will vote Nov. 4 on whether to legalize medical marijuana. What could it mean for patients, the health care industry and the burgeoning pot industry if the required 60 percent of voters say yes to pot? Here are some key facts to keep in mind:
TAMPA — To enliven its downtown, Tampa has tried:
TAMPA — A Tampa woman who arranged at least 10 fraudulent marriages intended to let Jamaican nationals gain citizenship in the United States has been sentenced to 15 months in federal prison.