Divisions are sharp among Hillsborough County's U.S. House members on the next step on health care, ranging from Tampa Democrat Kathy Castor's delight at the failure of Senate ACA repeal legislation to Lakeland Republican Dennis Ross's outrage.
I'm not sure when headphones became almost a mandatory part of everyday life.
Summer fundraising lull? What summer fundraising lull?
The need is too great and the stakes are too high for those involved with affordable housing in Hillsborough County to be fighting over the limited federal support that helps make it possible.
Something isn't adding up.
The Hillsborough County School District can't seem to hold on to a communications chief. It's not like the job doesn't pay well. Teresa Lantigua Peterson, who was hired in April but has already quit, was pulling down $107,000 a year.
The failure of Marco Rubio to find a permanent place to do business in Tampa points up an increasing isolation of Florida's junior senator from the people he is meant to serve. Rubio has been without a Tampa office for four months now, sending his two-member local staff to libraries, coffee shops and a rotation of other …
TEMPLE TERRACE — Dropping a giant joint in favor of the "USS Maryjane" seemed to smooth the waters for a pro-marijuana entry in this year's Temple Terrace Fourth of July Parade.
If the past truly is prologue, it might be worth a backward glance to the Tampa of the 1970s. What happened then might serve as a cautionary tale for where we're headed now.
On a blue wrestling ring squeezed inside a north Tampa industrial warehouse Joseph Sarracino crashes into the canvas, bounces off the ropes and delivers chops to opponents' chests.
Allan Feldman is a professor of science education at the University of South Florida. As you may have heard, Florida public schools are emphasizing math and science to prepare young minds for the challenges they'll face after graduation.