TAMPA — For those who missed out on the pirate festivities Saturday or whose memories failed them the day after, it was not hard to piece together the events of the invasion by taking a look at Bayshore Boulevard on Sunday.
Sen. Rand Paul is headed to Sarasota, marking his return to Floridaa as he moves toward a run for president.
Marco Rubio will kick off his book signing tour in Iowa on Feb. 13.
BROOKSVILLE — A Largo man was killed Saturday night after his motorcycle veered off the road at Hayman and Batten roads, collided with a utility pole and flipped over, officials said.
HUDSON — A Spring Hill man was killed Saturday night when a pickup truck crashed into his motorcycle at an intersection, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
A Tampa man died in a crash Saturday night when he lost control of his motorcycle on Hillsborough Avenue, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
ST. PETERSBURG — A man was charged with attempted second-degree murder after stabbing another man repeatedly late Saturday night, police said.
Authorities are looking for someone who they say shot a man Saturday night in an unincorporated area near Clearwater, drove him to an emergency room then disappeared.
Maybe you get to New York every so often. Maybe you can manage to fit in one Broadway show. Maybe you watch the Tony Awards and pine at the sheer selection, wishing they could all come to Tampa Bay.
TALLAHASSEE — It was July 10, 2014. Mike Crews, then-secretary of the Florida Department of Corrections, was in the thick of a public firestorm over allegations that a mentally ill inmate had died in a scalding shower as part of a punishment ritual by officers at Dade Correctional Institution.
TAMPA — The Lightning added two more players to the league's largest group of double-digit scorers. That depth was the pivotal piece Saturday night in extending the longest home winning streak in franchise history to 10 games.
PHOENIX — One by one, the newest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame stepped onto the stage Saturday night as their names were called. When the eighth man was announced, the late Junior Seau, his two sons stood with the group.
Scores of bead-crazed fanatics. Some 1,400 cops. One wedding. About 50 gallons of Bloody Mary mix. Lemonade stands. More than 1,000 portable toilets. And 100 years of saucy tradition.
TAMPA — A ringleader in a scheme that netted $1.5 million in fraudulent tax refunds using stolen identities will spend the next 10 filing seasons in prison.
TAMPA — Dr. Burton Feinerman has spent more than a decade using stem cell therapies that are banned in the United States, sending desperate families to Peru seeking treatments for their babies' terminal conditions like Tay-Sachs disease.