TAMPA — While a Monroe County judge’s ruling is giving hope to many Florida gay couples who want to marry, lawyers think the decision might bolster the case of a couple in Tampa who are trying to divorce....
TAMPA — Nearly 25 years after it opened, the Tampa Convention Center is getting a make-over.
TALLAHASSEE — In May, six months before Floridians go to the polls to choose a governor, the Rick Scott campaign already was splitting off in another direction with its television ads.
TALLAHASSEE — Florida lawmakers gave counties latitude in setting dates for early voting, and election superintendents took full advantage.
Elected officials and environmentalists in Florida reacted swiftly to the federal government's decision to reopen the Eastern Seaboard to offshore oil exploration.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Four years ago when he was a political novice who rarely spoke to the press, Henry Wilson stunned political observers by ousting incumbent Michael Cox despite being outspent 18 to one.
WESLEY CHAPEL — For the first time in two decades, Pat Mulieri’s name will not be on the ballot for District 2 commissioner. Her retirement has created a scenario similar to the one in 2012, when Anne Hildebrand retired....
TAMPA — Members of the Tampa Tiger Bay Club forced Hillsborough County Commission candidates Wednesday to stake out positions on a 1 cent sales tax increase for transportation projects — a subject the winning candidates will likely have...
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama plans to sign executive orders Monday prohibiting discrimination against gay and transgender workers in the federal government and its contracting agencies, without a new exemption that was requested by some...
Three Pinellas County Commission seats are being contested in the Aug. 26 primary. Two of the races will decide the Republican candidate to face a Democratic candidate or candidates with no party affiliation in the November general election.