Tuesday was a busy day at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Several trucks were loaded with equipment to be driven to the Ray's spring training home in Port Charlotte.
TAMPA — Local law enforcement officials said Tuesday they will pay tipsters $1,000 for information about an illegal gun that leads to an arrest.
TORONTO — The Ottawa Senators acquired defenseman Dion Phaneuf from the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday in a nine-player blockbuster trade weeks before the deadline.
TAMPA — Barring another scheduling tweak by the prevailing forces, the UCF-USF football rivalry is headed back to a Saturday.
ST. PETERSBURG — Police have arrested a second teen who escaped from a Hillsborough County juvenile detention center last month.
Christ the King Catholic Church is making Christian history, giving believers a new reason to observe the Lenten season.
TAMPA — One of the seven people wounded in an eruption of gunfire at a crowded strip club over the weekend died late Monday, according to Tampa police.
The Pinellas County School Board agreed Tuesday to limit the number of days a student can be suspended out of school and to stop docking students' grades for absences, even as some board members fired back at critics who want to further curb punishments that disproportionately affect black students.
New Hampshire voters are braving the snow and cold to vote today for their choice for president in their "first in the nation" primary. Follow the latest from Times political editor Adam C. Smith and Washington bureau chief Alex Leary
Hundreds of Florida supporters of Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush spent the last few days in New Hampshire staffing events, making phone calls and knocking on their doors. With more than 20 percent of voters saying they could change their mind today, the ground game is critical.
You want to take your sweetie on a great date on Valentine's Day, of course. And rest assured, there is some pretty fun stuff happening around town this weekend. But why limit yourself? Here, from the brains of the Tampa Bay Times entertainment and lifestyle experts, are some original and lovey-dovey Tampa Bay …
Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Senate have been on a collision course for months over how to pay for a big increase in public school spending, and a showdown is looming on Thursday in a budget subcommittee.
Marco Rubio, appearing on Good Morning America, portrayed the shots coming at him from all sides as a sign of strength. "It's great to be targeted because it means you're doing something right."
Donald Trump's rally planned for Friday evening at the USF Sun Dome in Tampa could not be better planned. Consider that as New Hampshire residents heard to the polls today, elections …