A team of a dozen victims' rights attorneys on Wednesday filed the third lawsuit in three months against the Church of Scientology and its leader David Miscavige. The complaint states a woman was repeatedly sexually abused as a child in Scientology's care and that church policy enabled the abuse. PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU  |  AFP/Getty Images
The third lawsuit filed against Scientology and leader David Miscavige in three months accuses the church of sexual battery, racketeering and conspiracy
3 hours ago• Clearwater
The arrest comes after Homeland Security agents raided Officer Matthew Enhoffer’s home last week.
1 hour ago• Crime
A Hillsborough deputy was cleared because he thought the boy, 17, had a gun. Records show how it happened.
5 hours ago• Hillsborough
One suspect is in custody and two others are wanted in connection with the Wednesday armed robbery turned murder.
4 hours ago• Crime
Michael Jenkins spent seven days at North Tampa Behavioral Health last July. Since then, he says his three children have been afraid he’ll leave and not come home. JOHN PENDYGRAFT   |   Times
The patients have no choice, and the hospital is making millions.
Yesterday• Investigations
The former Armwood head coach cracks the whip when it comes to organization, and the Spartans are among the hottest teams in Tampa Bay this season.
3 hours ago• HomeTeam
Architect Patrick Thorpe is working to keep old Tampa cemeteries from falling further into disrepair.
5 hours ago• Tampa
He also pawned magazines and body armor because he needed gas money, detectives said. He faces charges of false verification.
Earlier today• Crime
Jessica LaBouve, a penetration tester for cybersecurity company A-LIGN, poses for a portrait in the A-LIGN office on Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019 in Tampa. Companies hire A-LIGN to figure out where their digital security weak spots are, and LaBouve is one of the "benevolent hackers" that finds them. ALLIE GOULDING  |  Times
Jessica LaBouve of A-LIGN works with companies to make their applications and platforms more secure.
4 hours ago• Business
Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Mikhail Sergachev (98) waits his turn during drills on the first day on the ice at the beginning of training camp at the Ice Sports Forum. DIRK SHADD  |  Times
Tampa Bay doesn’t have many roster spots available, but the positions within the lineup are still taking shape.
2 hours ago• Lightning