[ By Joey Knight: TAMPA ―At this stage of USF’s development, style points aren’t a lofty priority. To its long-suffering fan base, even the ugly wins are exquisite. Which brings us to Tuesday night’s 54-41 victory against Wichita State, arguably the Bulls' most gratifying eyesore to date. On their worst shooting night of the season, the Bulls rendered the rebuilding Shockers absolutely frigid from the floor (28.3 percent) to snap a three-game skid before an announced crowd of 3,153. USF (13-6, 3-4) has won 13 games for the first time since 2012, when it reached the NCAA Tournament. ]
The Tampa Bay Times has a seat in a Florida Waters Stewardship Program, a seven-week course that aims to teach residents how to do their part. Follow along as we move in and out of the classroom and travel around the region to show you our world and what’s at stake.
The event was used to raise money to support animals at the Nancy’s Field shelter in Largo.
Moments from the inaugural softball tournament held at the Eddie C. Moore Softball Complex in Clearwater, Florida.
The Lightning puts together one of its most complete defensive efforts in a win over the Flames, triumphing in a battle between two of the top teams in hockey.
Students, family, friends and community leaders mark the one year anniversary of the fatal shooting of 17 at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.
Rays pitchers and catchers started Spring Training in the rain on Wednesday in Port Charlotte. The first full squad workout is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 18.