Today marks the 75th anniversary of Germany's invasion of Poland, thus beginning the start of World War II. By the end of the war in 1945, more than 50 million, and by some count millions more, soldiers and civilians had died. The atrocities of the Holocaust stand sorely at the center of the tragedy of the …
HAMPTON, Ga. — On Friday, NASCAR competitors welcomed Tony Stewart back to the track.
On Sunday, it was the fans' turn.
He got the letter in July, at his mom's house in Seminole. She never would have believed it. ¶ Not after everything that had happened. ¶ Dakota Rockwell, 20, had applied to the University of South Florida as a long shot, hoping — but never dreaming — he would be accepted. ¶ Then …
TAMPA — Decades ago, when Tampa's waterfront was warehouses and blue-collar jobs, the jumbled street grid at the southern end of downtown might not have been a problem.
BROOKSVILLE — Police are still confounded over what sparked a Lutz man's killing "rampage" Friday night that left two relatives and his children's mother dead and a half-brother in critical condition.
At first, Mark Smith called every few days.
When Gov. Rick Scott unveiled a proposal this month to revive Florida's popular environmental land-buying program, to the tune of $150 million a year, the news caught Greg Brock off guard.
Steve Martin and Martin Short: We're not sure which is our favorite Martin, but we are glad they're amigos who can sing, banter and play the banjo Sunday at the Mahaffey in St. Petersburg. $89-$165.
President Barack Obama's lack of a clear strategy to confront the Islamic State set off resounding frustration among Republicans Sunday.
ST. PETERSBURG — David Caras enjoys biking, swimming, and running triathlons. He cares for puppies for Southeastern Guide Dogs during the weekends and travels often for his job as an avionics instructor.
ST. PETERSBURG — As if the Rays weren't having troubles of their own trying to get to September with something still meaningful about their games, Boston's Clay Buchholz made them even more miserable Sunday.
PLANT CITY — A Mulberry man died early Sunday morning when he lost control of his pickup truck while exiting Interstate 4 at County Line Road, according to Florida Highway Patrol.
TAMPA — Tampa police are investigating what caused an unoccupied pickup truck to end up partially submerged in the Hillsborough River Sunday morning.
PALM HARBOR — Authorities were searching for a man Sunday accused of running over a security officer in the parking lot of a strip club.
TAMPA — Two people were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after gun shots rang out at a party, police said.