TAMPA — Monsignor Laurence Higgins, the charming Irish priest who was a confidant of Tampa's power elite in politics, business and professional sports, died Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2017. He was 87.
Rescue workers scrambled to reach survivors buried under rubble in isolated towns and villages across central Italy on Wednesday after a 6.2-magnitude earthquake and a series of strong aftershocks struck the region overnight, collapsing homes, rattling buildings as far away as Rome and Venice and leaving an escalating …
ST. PETERSBURG — Emory Wright Jr. was a by-the-book kind of guy.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump returns to Florida for a 1 p.m. rally today at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa.
Doors open at 10 a.m.
Donald Trump returns to Florida on Wednesday for a rally in Tampa.
ROME — Strong earthquakes struck central Italy early today, killing several people, trapping many others under debris and setting off tremors that awakened sleeping residents in Rome nearly 100 miles away.
ST. PETERSBURG — With a five-inning, 109-pitch outing in the Rays' 2-1 Tuesday defeat to the Red Sox, Chris Archer moved to within one loss of matching Tanyon Sturtze's franchise record of 18.
RIGA, Latvia — Vice President Joe Biden suggested Tuesday that Donald Trump doesn't know what he's talking about on foreign policy and told NATO allies of the United States to ignore him.
The FBI is investigating cyber intrusions targeting reporters of the New York Times and is looking into whether Russian intelligence agencies are responsible for the acts, a U.S. official said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON — More than half the people outside the government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money — either personally or through companies or groups — to the Clinton Foundation. It's an extraordinary proportion indicating her possible ethics challenges if elected …
TAMPA — As was the case in last week's first joint practice with the Jaguars, Bucs coach Dirk Koetter was less than pleased by his offense's work Tuesday in the first of two joint practices with the Browns at One Buc Place.
By Greg Auman | Times Staff Writer
ST. PETERSBURG — Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Red Sox arguably came down to two throws from rightfield to third base:
For years, Wanda Witter had lived on the streets in Washington, D.C., trying to persuade officials that Social Security owed her more than $100,000. For years, the 80-year-old woman says people dismissed her as crazy.