A St. Petersburg man led police on a high-speed chase Thursday with a new-born child inside his car, causing the infant to throw up, police said.
Deputies arrested a St. Petersburg woman Thursday who they say sold morphine to an undercover officer while she had a 6-year-old child with her.
An officer's shooting of a dog in Williams Park two months ago was justified, police ruled Thursday.
On March 22, 1957, a military transport plane took off from Travis Air Force Base in California with 67 people on board en route to Tokyo.
With a March 31 deadline fast approaching to purchase health insurance or risk a penalty, the White House is engaged in a media blitz encouraging people to check out healthcare.gov.
ST. PETERSBURG — After a four-month investigation, Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri announced Friday that his office would not criminally charge local blogger and political consultant Peter Schorsch.
TAMPA — A federal lawsuit that alleges discrimination led to the death of a special-needs schoolchild is headed for settlement in Hillsborough County.
ST. PETERSBURG — The city must reinstate a police officer who was fired last summer for shooting at a car carrying two teenagers, an arbitrator ruled this week.
At the risk of over-simplifying a year's worth of investigative reporting, here is the most important takeaway from the Tampa Bay Times' recent report on hospital trauma care bills:
BROOKSVILLE — Look no further than Westside Elementary School to better understand the looming financial burdens of the Hernando County School District.
CLEARWATER — Moccasin Lake Nature Park is getting a facelift. The city has budgeted $400,000 next year for capital improvements to the park just off U.S. 19, including renovating or reconstructing its interpretive center.
The Safety Net Hospital Alliance, which represents 12 Florida trauma centers, says there are clear abuses in the way hospitals are levying "trauma response" fees, and it would support legislation to rein in overcharging.
OLDSMAR — Since moving to Oldsmar about a year ago, Jillian Langley Santiago has fallen in love with the city, "especially the friendly atmosphere in and around the library,'' she said. "I take my kids there at least once a week.''
ST. PETERSBURG — When her daughter called with news of the Senate's flood-insurance overhaul this week, Keller Williams real estate agent Eve Sawicki decided she had to celebrate.
TALLAHASSEE — Three events next week will honor the life and accomplishments of former Gov. Reubin Askew, who died Thursday at the age of 85.