Legal costs and soaring claims for water-related damage — not hurricanes — have caused state-run Citizens Property Insurance Corp. to post a net loss for 2016, its first loss in more t …
WASHINGTON — Westinghouse, one of the most storied names in the nuclear energy business, filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday, dealing a blow to the future of the nuclear power industry and lea …
RIVERVIEW — A Riverview family on the brink of losing their home for failing to pay a $150 homeowners association fee has been offered an 11th hour chance at mediation following news coverage of their plight.
PORT RICHEY — It is not often that the head of a police department feels the need to comment on a retailer's decision to reduce its hours of operation.
As Florida legislators consider passing laws this year to regulate the new and growing medical marijuana industry, employers in the state are still faced with mounting grey areas in how to handle employment policies related to drug use.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The job skills of civil engineer James Tippens had never been in question.
St. Petersburg's oldest arts organization, the Morean Arts Center, has selected its new executive director.
TALLAHASSEE — The ice is melting on Florida's gambling impasse.