As service director at Toyota of Tampa Bay, Jason Faiella has endured his share of auto part recalls. An email alert Tuesday morning from Honda Motor Services convinced him this one was different.
TAMPA — After seven days of jury selection in the triple murder trial of Edward Covington, attorneys said they expect to have a jury selected by Wednesday afternoon and could begin opening statements the same day.
Campaigning to be elected judge in Florida must sometimes feel like one of those strange dreams — the kind in which you're running but can't get anywhere, or trying to do something with your hands, only they're as big and clumsy as oven mitts.
Michael Francis was relieved. His books had just arrived from overseas.
If you are heading to see Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts this weekend, you can be a fairy godmother yourself. The cast of the Tony-winning Broadway musical are asking fans to bring gently used prom dresses, cocktail party dresses, evening gowns, shoes and …
PLANT CITY — A 16-year-old Plant City boy is facing more than 100 adult criminal charges after authorities accused him of making child pornography.
You can see where this is headed, can't you?
Convergent Capital Partners confirmed Tuesday that it paid $10.5 million for the former headquarters of bankrupt Universal Health Care in downtown St. Petersburg.
TAMPA — A new 14-screen multiplex is expected to break ground in Riverview in early 2015, providing an option for SouthShore and Brandon residents who experience overcrowding at the AMC Regency Theater on W Brandon Boulevard.
MIAMI — As the number of Hispanic voters across the country has grown, so has the number of gringo politicians who want to say something to them — in Spanish.
A Clearwater Central Catholic High School wrestling coach accused of forcing two students to take off their clothes and hitting them was arrested Tuesday, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office said.
TAMPA — Bucs defensive lineman Da'Quan Bowers has been suspended for two games without pay for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances, the team's second such suspension in the past week.
TAMPA — January will mark the 100th time that the pretend pirates of Gasparilla have paraded through Tampa.
The Ebola epidemic in Africa and fears of it spreading in the U.S. have turned the nation's attention to the federal government's front-line public health agency: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). But as with Ebola itself, there is much confusion about the role of the CDC and what it can and cannot …
Greg Murtagh, founder of Triad Retail Media, is stepping down as CEO of the St. Petersburg company to pursue other opportunities.