ST. PETERSBURG — A bicyclist was injured early Saturday when he was hit by a Pinellas County sheriff's patrol car while bicycling across 54th Avenue N.
CLEARWATER — A crash in Clearwater killed a 44-year-old man and shut down U.S. 19 on Friday night after a car ran into a power pole, knocking power lines onto the highway.
It should be a simple task.
Go online, pick out the seats you want, and buy those tickets for some Tampa Bay Rays game in the not-too-distant future.
TAMPA — How does the last vestige of Hillsborough County's gun ordinances die?
Not with a bang but a whimper.
TAMPA -- Even at 3:15 a.m., hours after the Lightning's Game 7 win over the New York Rangers, Stanley Cup fever was quickly spreading.
TOKYO —Chikara Yamanobe is about as far from a sumo wrestler as it's possible to be. He's so skinny that his ribs stick out, and his eyes well up when he gets manhandled in the ring. He's also 5 years old.
Would a world run by Florida Georgia Line really be all that bad?
TAMPA — The Lightning announced that single-game tickets for the Stanley Cup final go on sale beginning at 1 p.m. today.
Couple rescued after fall from watercraft
You've lost sleep. You've lost your voice. You've lost your fingernails.
BALTIMORE — Manager Kevin Cash said Friday night's game against the Orioles began by following the Rays' script for success. Starter Nathan Karns delivered one of the best performances of his career, throwing six scoreless innings, to hand the ball and the lead to the team's trusted relievers.
TAMPA — After spending 20 hours in the last row of coach flying to Mumbai before the Bollywood Oscars, Mayor Bob Buckhorn has a vivid sense of just how far the Tampa Bay area is from Asia.
TALLAHASSEE — Slot machines could be installed at several Florida dog and horse tracks if a far-reaching court ruling holds.
ST. PETERSBURG — The Germans call their nation's energy policy Energiewende. But the literal translation of the word — energy transition — belies the green revolution behind those few syllables.
ST. PETERSBURG — With the real estate market heating up, Pinellas County officials say it's about time to ask developers to pitch their ideas for the former Toytown landfill site.