ST. PETERSBURG — Even with new aero kits, Will Power remains the driver to beat at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
DETROIT — The Lightning fell 4-0 to the Red Wings Saturday afternoon, missing another chance to clinch a playoff spot.
PORT CHARLOTTE — Like other talented young pitchers on the front end of promising careers, Rays opening day starter Chris Archer hopes to help his team win lots of games over the next few years. Getting a few All-Star selections, making a couple of World Series appearances and earning a Cy Young award or two along …
Remember the old ABC show Coach, starring Craig T. Nelson? It's making a return. NBC has ordered 13 episodes of the show that originally ran from 1989-97. Nelson will reprise his role as football coach Hayden Fox. In the updated version, Fox returns to coaching as an assistant under his son, who is head coach at an Ivy …
TAMPA — A two-alarm fire damaged the Quisqueya Mattress II store on E Seventh Avenue in Ybor City early Saturday afternoon, according to Tampa Fire Rescue.
President Obama this afternoon is at Floridian National Golf Club in Palm City, continuing his love affair with the sport.
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55-year-old man killed when car leaves road
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -- Leticia Romero scored a career-high 21 points and Florida State held on to beat Arizona State 66-65 on Friday night in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
TAMPA — North Boulevard from W Cypress Street to W Cass Street is expected to be closed to traffic until December while work crews install a new 36-inch water pipeline and new drainage improvements.
TAMPA — Tossing magenta beads to anyone who would take them, Police Chief Jane Castor was a hit with the crowd Saturday as grand marshal of Tampa's first gay pride parade in 13 years.
Two abandoned mobile homes burned late Friday south of Plant City, Hillsborough County Fire Rescue said.
TAMPA — Three new southbound lanes of Interstate 275 between downtown Tampa and West Shore opened Saturday morning, the Florida Department of Transportation said.
LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Clad in white lab coats, blue gloves and safety goggles, scientists are buzzing around a lab at Hospira in this suburb north of Chicago.
From the day in 1976 that then-Mayor Bill Poe sold the first wooden plank, the challenge of building Tampa's Riverwalk has been marked by big ambition and a high degree of difficulty.
ST. PETERSBURG — In 1964, Richard Montague, a music professor at what was then St. Petersburg Junior College, took his two sons to Wyoming for a summer trip. He bought four horses, one for each rider, plus a pack horse, and headed north.