Inside Room 420 at Florida State Hospital, two roommates clashed in the dark. Anyone who paid attention to their recent behavior, who compared their size and age, could see they should not …
Nikita Kucherov still isn't in Lightning camp, and that shouldn't come as a surprise.
TAMPA — Welcome to class, students. This introductory course is called Bad Defense 101.
It's time for Hillary Clinton to start worrying about her Florida campaign.
Northside Christian Elementary in St. Petersburg is one of four schools in the state recognized as a National Blue Ribbon school.
ST. PETERSBURG — A coalition of environmental groups notified the city Thursday that they intended to sue to force St. Peterburg to clean up its sewage mess.
WASHINGTON — In more than four hours of intense and hostile questioning Thursday, lawmakers denounced Wells Fargo's history of illegally created sham bank and credit card accounts opened by its employees in the names of real customers: It was "theft," "a criminal enterprise," identity fraud, an outrage and a …
In Tampa's perpetual quest to be a more-than-second-tier city, we do have our points of pride.
TAMPA — The Bucs have lost two in a row and have nightmare dates coming up with last year's Super Bowl combatants.
Here's a disgusting reminder of the creatures who prowl even the corridors of grief in this world:
From the News Service of Florida:
Little more than a month before he was set to vie for re-election, state Rep. Reggie Fullwood pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts in a federal indictment....
UPDATE, 6:58: Cash said he won't manage any differently as far as handling Archer with the potential for 20 losses, making decisions based on pitch count and game situations. Cash is mindful of Archer needing 5 1/3 innings to reach 200. ... Though the Rays have been in a skid, Cash said the issue is the injury depleted lineup, not that the players have quit or are mailing it in: "There's no give up, no lack of effort. We've got half of our lineup right now that are getting opportunities. The injuries stink but they do allow for some opportunties. ... Guys are busting it out of the box, they are getting down the line. We've been pitched well against and it's kind of limited us.''...
It was only six snaps, all on special teams, but for Bucs rookie safety Ryan Smith, Sunday's game against the Rams was a big first step, making his NFL debut after being inactive in the Bucs' first two games....