Ryan Gorman gets his own morning program, “The Ryan Gorman Show,” starting Jan. 4, 2022. It will air from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. on News Radio WFLA
Beloved local host Jack Harris also gets a new time for his show.
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The airlines is adding a route in time for Spring break season.
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The veteran receiver has been nominated by the Bucs three consecutive years.
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Burning discharge from the blank of a gun landed on the worker’s pant leg Friday at the city’s training center.
Earlier today• Florida


  1. Two woman were killed when another driver crashed into the sport utility vehicle they were riding in on Interstate 4, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
  2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) holds the Lombardi Trophy while celebrating the Buccaneers 31-9 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 55 on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021 in Tampa.
  3. Aerial drone image from Piney Point taken on April 14.
  4. The University of South Florida has a multibillion-dollar economic impact on the state.
  5. The citizen's group All for Transportation is hopeful a Hillsborough circuit court judge will allow proceeds from the voided one percent sales tax to be used for transportation.
  6. Stephen Cease, 88, holds a model of the USS New Orleans in his St. Petersburg home. Cease was 8 years old when he witnessed the bombing of Pearl Harbor. His father was a supply officer aboard the USS New Orleans, which was one of the ships at Pearl Harbor at the time.
  7. Why is this man smiling? Maybe because Bruce Arians knows the Bucs are in pretty good shape to claim the NFC's No.1 seed if they can finish December in a rush.
  8. Owner and Spa Director Kimberly Blackmon, 35, poses for a portrait at Glowmour Beauty Medispa in Tampa.
  9. A man walks off a vaccination bus at a mobile vaccine clinic in Midtown Manhattan on Dec. 6. As COVID science evolves, "we will look at whether we need to update our definition of ‘fully vaccinated,’ ” said the CDC’s director, Rochelle Walensky.