Solar power in the Sunshine State continues to heat up with an announcement Wednesday by Duke Energy Florida to build, own and operate a large solar facility near Orlando that will sport a Disney-themed design.
TAMPA — Look up tax preparer Peter J. Pinaud online and you'll learn he went to prison in the 1980s for refund fraud.
A court ruling Tuesday to block implementation of President Obama’s latest program to shield illegal immigrants from deportation will have widespread implications in Florida.
If you're caught in a movie between a rock and a hard place, choose the Rock every time.
LARGO — A 17-year-old girl was critically injured early Wednesday in a traffic crash on U.S. 19, police said.
TAMPA — The outside westbound lane of a half-mile stretch of E Fletcher Avenue, between N 19th Street and Cecilia Avenue, will close for maintenance at 9 a.m. Thursday, Tampa Water Department officials said. The inside lane will stay open.
WASHINGTON — Law enforcement officials have thrown some serious red cards at the world soccer organization, charging nine top FIFA officials and five corporate executives with conspiracy and corruption for actions that span several decades.
Kahwa coffee fans rejoice.
The local brew is now available in K-cup form.
TAMPA — One selling point of Tampa International Airport CEO Joe Lopano's $943 million plan to remake the airport is that it would make renting cars there a whole lot easier.
Just a few days from the start of hurricane season, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration announced Wednesday its storm predictions for the next six months.
Looks like it could be a quiet one.
ATHENS, Ohio — Orphaned, unwanted and some only days old, these fragile foals will need a lot of tender, attentive care to survive.
BROOKSVILLE — New health concerns about the operation of the Cemex Brooksville South Cement Plant were raised this week by County Commissioner Diane Rowden and members of Neighbors Against Mining.
BROOKSVILLE — Hernando County Fire Rescue is bringing in less money that it takes to run its department and that means fire fee increases are likely for Hernando County property owners.
TAMPA — In 1964, Evelyn Pupello was a shy, blond 16-year-old who lived through the strings of her violin.
BROOKSVILLE — After weighing options on how to pay for planned upgrades to THE Bus and improvements to major roads and intersections, the County Commission agreed this week to dedicate a penny of its gas tax to transit and increase the gas tax by 3 cents.