A 1993 letter that George H.W. Bush wrote to Bill Clinton as Clinton ascended to the presidency is taking on a new life on social media today. Bush reportedly left the letter for his succes …
TAMPA — Even though Vincent Jackson's receiving numbers were in decline, you can measure the man's worth by the number of people it will take to do his job.
The Public Transportation Commission governing board is to hold an emergency meeting next week to look at allegations that the agency collaborated with the taxicab industry
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump met Wednesday for the third and final presidential debate of 2016. Beyond sparring over personal issues, Clinton and Trump disagreed on foreign policy, immigration and domestic policy. So just how accurate were their claims? Here are some of the claims checked by PolitiFact.
A federal judge rejected a request by Florida Democrats to provide newly registered voters rapid verification so they can cast ballots by the time early …
So that idea about razing I-175 to forge connections between Midtown and a redeveloped Tropicana Field?
Not going to happen.
ZEPHYRHILLS — A Zephyrhills High School language arts teacher was arrested Wednesday on a charge of domestic battery, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office said.
ST. PETERSBURG — Two women were arrested by St. Petersburg police this month in connection with a scheme to steal the identities of 18 people and open credit cards in their name — and police believe there are more victims out there.
The state Senate campaign of Democrat Bob Buesing has sent letters to local television stations demanding that they cease running an ad by Republicans backing his opponent, state Rep. Dana Young, R-Tampa, calling it “false, misleading and deceptive.”
President Barack Obama took the stage at Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus on Thursday afternoon to talk about the Affordable Care Act.
Forecasters say a cold front is approaching Tampa Bay that should bring cooler temperatures this weekend, but not soon enough for the Bucs, who practiced in 88-degree heat on Thursday....
Netflix premieres a couple of high-profile originals this month, including the much anticipated Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and Queen Elizabeth II series The Crown. The streaming service also adds some well-reviewed children's movies in Paddington and Disney's The Jungle Book remake, as well as critically acclaimed films from Richard Linklater and the Coen brothers. Yet it's also getting rid of several much-loved movies and television series, including several Cartoon Network series. For a full list, read below:...