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It has been a year of upheaval over sexual harassment and assault - from the #MeToo movement, to the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, more women are speaking out.
Inside the newsroom: Tampa Bay Times project team takes a deep dive inside a notorious Florida death penalty case
A project team at the Tampa Bay Times explores the death penalty in Florida through a notorious 1975 murder case.
A top U.S. health official is pledging to try to ban menthol from regular cigarettes, outlaw flavors in all cigars and tighten rules regarding the sale of most flavored versions of e-cigarettes.
After rescheduling some surgeries last week due to an issue with surgical instruments, Tampa General Hospital has returned to a normal schedule.Hospital staff discovered a slight discoloration on the cleaned and sterilized surgical tools last week du...
In just the last two weeks, one restaurant in Tampa Bay has shut down and another closed temporarily after outbreaks of hepatitis A. Health officials in Hillsborough and Pinellas counties say reports of the virus are way up, and they worry that more ...
Medicaid — which has been a political football between Washington and state capitols during the past decade — scored big in Tuesday’s election.Following the vote, nearly 500,000 uninsured adults in five states are poised to gain Medicaid coverage und...
Tampa General Hospital is rescheduling a number of elective surgeries this week over an issue that caused some discoloration in surgical instruments. The problem surfaced during routine quality checks of surgical instruments performed prior to surger...
TAMPA — After nine years in Ybor City, Hamburger Mary’s Bar and Grill is closing, owner Kurt King said Tuesday evening.King and co-owner Brian DeChane had announced on Facebook that Tuesday would be the last night the Ybor City restaurant would be op...
The Palm Beach Post reported last week that Maureen Pacheco has sued Ramon Vazquez and two other surgeons for malpractice.
A food service worker at the Toasted Monkey Beach Bar on St. Pete Beach tested positive for hepatitis A, Pinellas County health officials announced Monday, marking the second such incident in the last two weeks in Tampa Bay.The two cases, along with ...
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