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TAMPA — A foundation formed after the death of a Tampa activist last year has scheduled the first in a series of “community conversations” about issues within the city, including racial discrimination, police conduct and other ma...
Updated: 6 hours ago
TAMPA — Florida’s agriculture commissioner has ordered faster processing of concealed weapons permits for members of the military and veterans — a reaction to the five murders at military recruiting centers in Chattanooga.
Updated: 9 hours ago
Gov. Rick Scott said Thursday he planned to order health officials to inspect Florida’s Planned Parenthood locations in the wake of secretly recorded videos released recently by an anti-abortion group.
Proposed legislation would change oil drilling limits and threatens to interrupt flight training.
TAMPA — A move to establish a citizens review board to watch over Tampa police is gaining momentum, largely in reaction to reports of police officers around the nation brutalizing the public and a Department of Justice probe of the Tampa Polic...
TAMPA — A move to strengthen Hillsborough County’s conservation lands program with BP oil spill settlement money was turned back by county commissioners Wednesday.
TAMPA — A warm spring contributed to a solid second-quarter performance for TECO Energy, but company officials in a Thursday conference call with Wall Street analysts declined to address any potential sale of the company.
After years of talk, Hillsborough County leaders say they’re ready to start creating an “Innovation District” in the downtrodden but economically promising area around the University of South Florida.
TAMPA — Forget the debate this week over whether Congress should yank money used to give veterans more choice in health care so it can help plug a $2.5 billion budget gap that could close VA hospitals.
TAMPA — Hillsborough County has failed in its attempt to recover legal fees from a Plant City winery owner who filed an unsuccessful ethics complaint against Commissioner Al Higginbotham.
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