1-10 of 435
TAMPA — A private company accused of violating the rights of poor, low-level criminal offenders is on the verge of winning a contract to supervise misdemeanor probation in Hillsborough County.
Updated: 9 hours ago
TAMPA — First, Mark Beiro lost his sight.
TAMPA — Hillsborough County government is on the hook for $143,000 because of accounting errors that led to a shortfall in a firefighters’ union leave account.
TAMPA — It’s still up in the air as to whether a new Tampa Bay Rays ballpark will land in Pinellas County or Hillsborough County.
A one-week course called “Support the Cuban People Fishing Program” brought together two groups from countries isolated by politics for more than five decades. They met June 12 in the Cuban fishing hub of Cayo Cruz, on the northern shore of the province of Camaguey.
A new Florida law now shields the footage taken by police body cameras from public view, but legal experts say that doesn’t affect the rights of citizens who want to record their own video.
TALLAHASSEE — More than a week after the Seminole Tribe of Florida asked Gov. Rick Scott to return to the bargaining table on keeping blackjack at its casinos, the governor still has not responded.
TAMPA — Craft beer aficionados, go ahead and clear out some room in your refrigerator.
WASHINGTON – Hispanic leaders are bristling at the largely tepid response by Republican presidential candidates to Donald Trump’s characterization of Mexican immigrants as rapists and drug dealers.
St. Petersburg City Councilwoman Darden Rice has decided not to run for David Jolly’s seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
1-10 of 435