TALLAHASSEE — Florida State suspended quarterback Jameis Winston for all of tonight's game against No. 22 Clemson, the school announced late Friday.
ST. PETERSBURG — After the Rays officially eliminated themselves from playoff contention with Friday's 4-3 loss to the White Sox, manager Joe Maddon said it was time to start thinking about gassing up his RV.
TAMPA — The soggy turf, steady rain and sparse audience Friday at Raymond James Stadium initially seemed to forecast three-plus hours of prime-time sloppiness for an ESPN audience.
ORLANDO — The 43rd annual Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show held at the Orange County Convention Center last week in Orlando featured demos by celebrity chefs like Emeril Lagasse and dramatic daily American Culinary Federation team competitions. But the most entertaining part is wandering the more than 450 booths …
TAMPA — Authorities have arrested a Lutz man they say sexually molested a 14-year-old girl.
TALLAHASSEE — One of Florida's top Republican political consultants stopped short of accusing the state Supreme Court of lacking "integrity" Friday if it rules that he must disclose emails in a case brought under the state's new anti-gerrymanding laws.
TALLAHASSEE — Just more than six weeks before Election Day, some voters are already casting ballots and helping to elect Florida's next governor.
TAMPA — After watching three wobbly performances by his quarterback, Lovie Smith's patience in Josh McCown remains unshakable.
TAMPA — Tampa's showpiece boulevard is getting more bike lanes to make it safer for both cyclists and motorists.
Truly, it is hard to pick the most unabashedly loaded question in the Bell Shoals Baptist Church's official 2014 Voter Guide.
TAMPA — Last year, a Riverview woman collected $1,351 a month in housing assistance from the federal government while also falsely claiming federal tax refunds totaling $61,544, authorities allege.
Contract talks between Bayfront Health St. Petersburg and Pinellas County broke down this year after hospital officials disputed figures that showed it was caring for far fewer indigent patients than in previous years.
BROOKSVILLE — Brooksville police Chief George Turner on Friday strongly defended two of his officers who have recently come under scrutiny after a man they were trying to place in custody was shot with a Taser, stunned and eventually hospitalized.
NEW YORK — NFL commissioner Roger Goodell promised major revisions to the league's conduct policies as he spoke out Friday for the first time in days after a series of domestic violence allegations rocked professional football this week.
TALLAHASSEE — A state elections panel has tossed out a highly publicized complaint filed against Florida Gov. Rick Scott over the presence of on-duty police at a July campaign event in Tampa.