ST. PETERSBURG — The rest and a cortisone shot did little to relieve the pain in 1B Logan Morrison's right forearm, leaving the Rays no choice but to place him on the disabled list before Friday's game with the Yankees.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — A fugitive wanted on a murder charge has been arrested for his part in what authorities said was a plot to assassinate a north Florida mayor nearly 40 years ago.
TALLAHASSEE — How safe is Florida's drinking water?
SPRING HILL — A Titusville woman was arrested on multiple felony charges late Thursday after leading Pasco deputies on a pursuit where she drove her car toward them and into an unoccupied patrol vehicle, according to the Sheriff's Office.
The latest salvo in the Jihadi cyber war against the United States was fired Thursday via a social media post from a group supporting the Islamic State.
TAMPA — No need to map out parade routes just yet. No need to print up those playoff tickets.
TAMPA — Among Hillsborough County's six — count 'em, six — candidates vying for the open District 6 commissioner seat, all say transportation is one of the biggest issues facing the region.
TAMPA — More than a half dozen times since retiring from coaching in the NFL, Tony Dungy has been asked if he would consider a return to the sidelines. It includes an overture from the Buccaneers, his former team which is on their fourth head coach in six years.
TAMPA — A year ago, QB Jameis Winston and WR Mike Evans were learning a new playbook together, but they weren't always on the same page.
TALLAHASSEE — Republican U.S. Senate candidate Carlos Beruff has been a land developer, jeweler and now a politician in his bid to defeat Sen. Marco Rubio for re-election.
"This has been a difficult week, there's no question about it. It has been a remarkable team effort, and you know sometimes you just have to take one for the team, and that's OK. It's OK."...
All quiet on the trade front for now, but that could change if Matt Silverman fields the right call from the right team offering the right package....
Just two days into individual single-game tickets being available for purchase, all seats for the Bucs' Nov. 13 home game against the Chicago Bears have been sold according to Ticketmaster, leaving fans to buy either season tickets or from the secondary market....