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TAMPA — The University of South Florida’s long-standing goal is to be an upper echelon research institution. A new federal research ranking survey shows USF is making progr...
The West Tampa Boys & Girls Club got a big boost when Lightning players Steven Stamkos and Ryan Malone visit to help kick off a new street hockey program.
Dump truck in the river? Worker in a trench? Boy in a tree? Those are all calls that were handled by the special operations unit of Hillsborough County Fire Rescue.
TAMPA — Lewis Barness, the first chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at the University of South Florida’s Morsani College of Medicine and considered by many to be one of the founding fathers of modern ...
TAMPA — With a gallery of overstuffed Teddy bears and puppy dogs perched atop the judge’s bench, a stream of adoptions — 22 in all — were finalized amid cheers and tears and applause at the Ge...
TAMPA — U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez visited the TECO high-skills apprenticeship program Thursday and called it a model that he wants to share with employers across the nation.
CARROLLWOOD — The bees in front of Felicia Minardi’s Carrollwood home often form a thick, black cloud around the tree next to the road, the buzz serving as a warning to pedestrians and bicyclists to steer cle...
The Brandon Bears football teams can compete for a championship. Their cheerleaders, however, can not.
TAMPA — A political flap in Idaho involving a state lawmaker accused of lying on a concealed weapons permit application reaches more than 2,600 miles to — where else — Tampa.
A few cheerleaders broke into a routine at a coach’s party leading the league to call it an illegal practice. Now, about 300 children between 9 and 12 are disqualified from the championship game.
Mayor Bob Buckhorn was looking for a way to drive interest in downtown when he started the monthly food truck rallies that have been a hit with workers, and accepted by restaurants.
TAMPA — Each table was adorned in the traditional red, white and green of the Italian flag as the Campisis streamed in on a sun-splashed Sunday and past a display set up with hand-scribbled immigration paperwork f...
TAMPA — Among the major causes of deaths of manatees this year was the red tide bloom that lapped against the shores of Southwest Florida last fall and winter.
TAMPA — The U.S. Department of Labor has moved to speed up applications for foreign labor to help Florida growers pick the state’s winter citrus crop as it ripens toward harvest in the next few months.
TAMPA — A man who was shot by a Tampa International Airport police officer died from the impact of the fall after he jumped from the fourth-story of a parking garage Monday afternoon.
TAMPA — Einer Stephenson got his first whip as a kid from his dad. He was hooked from the first crack, the bullet-like snap that a whip produces when it’s handled just right.
Some weather scientists say a massive plume of dust spat into the eastern Atlantic dried out the cauldron where tropical storms and hurricanes begin, robbing them of needed moisture.
Joe Versaggi endured operations, weeks of intensive care and a year of rehab for his burn injuries. But now, his story lifts other patients at Tampa General recover physically and emotionally.
The federal shutdown is hurting nearly 100 Florida growers who have applications pending to bring in 7,997 workers to help harvest crops, mostly citrus.
TAMPA — In the battle of beer, Bucs and band, it was the brew that emerged on top among the early arrivals for the Oktoberfest event in the south parking lot of Raymond James Stadium on Sunday.
TAMPA — Leaning against the bed of a pickup truck in her gated front yard, Michell Badsen, her head braced against her right hand, could not understand why her husband, Percy Badsen, was dead.
TAMPA — Cellphones have rendered obsolete yet another piece of what was once cutting-edge communications technology.
While Plant High students returned to class trying to maintain normalcy, residents of the South Tampa neighborhood remain unsettled about Friday’s shooting of a student.
The Southwest Florida Water Management District again is looking for hunters who track and catch the hogs with dogs, the killed them with a sidearm. An animal rights group calls the approach barbaric.