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Here are Florida’s new laws, effective now in 2019
Published on 01/01/19
Updated on 01/02/19
Mentors, money help Pasco County students meet their dreams
Pasco's Take Stock in Children program has helped students graduate from high schools and earn a college degree for 22 years.
Published on 01/01/19
Here's what four experts predict for Tampa Bay's real estate market in 2019
Trade wars, interest rates, extreme weather - all these factors and more could affect residential real estate in the Tampa Bay area this year.
Published on 01/01/19
Tampa Bay welcomes the new year with near record-setting heat
Man, it's a hot one.
Published on 01/01/19
New Year's rescue: Hillsborough deputies pull woman from sinking car
The driver was cut off on Interstate 4, lost control and rolled into a water-filled ditch. The 20-year-old found a pocket of air inside and called 911 as her car sank into the mud.
Published on 01/01/19
NASA spacecraft opens new year at tiny, icy world past Pluto
The NASA spacecraft that yielded the first close-up views of Pluto opened the new year at an even more distant world, a billion miles beyond.
Published on 01/01/19
News at noon: Deputies pull woman from submerged car near Tampa; what experts predict for Tampa Bay's real estate market in 2019; and more
Here are the top five latest headlines and updates on tampabay.com.
Published on 01/01/19
Meet Eliza, the first newborn (we think) in Tampa Bay in 2019
St. Joseph's Women's Hospital in Tampa welcomed its first baby of the year - and maybe in all the bay area - just after midnight Tuesday.
Published on 01/01/19
School notes for January 4
School calendar, events, newsmakers
Published on 12/31/18
New owner of Brooksville's failed TreeUmph! Adventure Park wants to reopen - and fast
Albert Barbusci bought the ropes course, ziplines and other equipment at auction last month.
Published on 12/31/18
Does the path to Tampa mayor run through East Tampa? Candidates act like it does
They're working hard to court a black voting block of 51,000. But community leaders know from experience that talk is cheap.
Published on 12/31/18
Tampa startup PikMyKid wins shot at helping to tame school-related traffic in Miami-Dade
Miami-Dade officials will pick eight to 10 schools with vexing traffic problems to test PikMyKid's technology for unsnarling school car lines and easing traffic more generally.
Published on 12/31/18
Hometown Pasco
News and notes about your neighbors
Published on 12/31/18