TALLAHASSEE — Something strange was happening in the halls of the Republican-led Legislature as it passed the halfway point of its annual session.
TAMPA — The Donald Trump show comes to Tampa on Friday night, and the star promises it will be family-friendly.
TALLAHASSEE — A familiar face is back at the center of a perennial tug-of-war in the Florida Legislature between privately-managed charter schools and district-run public schools over taxpayer money for construction projects:
TALLAHASSEE — Responding to a controversial plan fast-tracked by Miami Republican Rep. Erik Fresen, a Florida Senate subcommittee is proposing its own reforms to how much school districts can spend on capital costs and what access the state's 650 charter schools should have to state and local dollars.
TALLAHASSEE — The Senate and House on Thursday passed differing versions of a state budget but with the common theme of opposition to Gov. Rick Scott's biggest priorities.
WASHINGTON — The hedge fund manager boasted that he had traveled to "every country" in the world, studying overseas stock markets as he fine-tuned an investment strategy to capitalize on global companies' suffering because of economic or political turmoil.
Even as Realtors bemoan a dearth of homes for sale, Tampa Bay has a higher-than-average percentage of houses and condos sitting empty.
Rick Santorum started it. Chris Christie kicked down the door. And the voters of New Hampshire finished the job.
Contrary to expectations that Iowa and New Hampshire would bring clarity, the topsy-turvy 2016 presidential race looks as muddled and volatile as ever and neither primary appears to be winding down soon.
TAMPA — At the edge of the midway, where the air tastes like turkey legs, the young couple keeps kissing behind their booth: Fool the Guesser.