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Series about Tampa boy with rare medical condition took almost three years to report
The Times' Lane DeGregory and John Pendygraft followed a little boy and his family in search of a cure for a fatal disease.
Updated: 1 hour ago
Temple Terrace crash claims pedestrian's life
Police are investigating a traffic accident in which a pedestrian died.
Published on 12/15/18
A family headed back from a fishing trip skidded off the road in Lithia. One died.
Alcohol was not suspected to be a factor in the crash.
Published on 12/15/18
Tampa Bay Rays stadium options now largely in St. Pete
The team's future in the Sunshine City is no clearer after last week's announcement that it was dropping its bid to develop a stadium in Tampa.
Published on 12/14/18
Florida bucks trend by keeping shelves stocked with execution drugs. But are they humane?
Records show the state obtained new vials of lethal injection drugs as recently as August. Debate continues over their use.
Published on 12/14/18
Frank Reddick says police have closed the case on rape allegations against him.
It was the Tampa City Council chairman's first public response to a woman's claim that he forced her to perform oral sex almost 40 years ago.
Published on 12/13/18
While Rays look elsewhere, Ybor landowners consider Plan B
A handful of landowners were a key part of a Hillsborough County deal to bring the Rays to Ybor City. Now, they are making new plans.
Published on 12/13/18
Nationwide bomb threat hoax hits St. Pete, Tampa and Pinellas Park
Law enforcement throughout Tampa Bay and across the nation are responding to bomb threats called in and emailed to businesses, government buildings and schools.
Published on 12/13/18
McCoy makes the holidays for single-parent families with annual 'Family Christmas'
The Bucs defensive tackled treated more than 40 families with a surprise dinner and gifts on Tuesday.
Published on 12/12/18
Tampa mayoral candidates agree: City's streets must be made safer
The third mayoral forum saw widespread agreement and little sparring. And it was cold. But a large crowd came to Sparkman Wharf anyway to hear their takes on pedestrian and bicyclist safety.
Published on 12/11/18
Updated on 12/12/18
As temperatures drop for outdoors debate, Tampa's mayor's race heats up
Seven candidates will gather at Sparkman Wharf tonight to debate transportation issues, the latest sign that activity in advance of the March 5 election is picking up.
Published on 12/11/18
Tampa mom accused in girl's drowning deemed incompetent to stand trial
Shakayla Denson, accused of leaving her 4-year-old daughter to drown in the Hillsborough River, will undergo treatment in a state hospital before the case against her can continue.
Published on 12/11/18
Rays reject Ybor City stadium, remain committed to Tampa Bay
Principal owner Stu Sternberg and MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred reject the county's deal. Local officials say the real problem is the Rays' reticence.
Published on 12/11/18
In Hillsborough, a fire lieutenant is arrested for making cannabis oil inside the station
Deputies arrested Tavoris Allen, 36, on a charge of possession of a controlled substance after someone discovered a botanical extractor in a Hillsborough fire rescue station.
Published on 12/10/18
Updated on 12/11/18
Two arrested in connection with July fatal shooting at South Tampa McDonald's
Marquez Davon Roberts, 19, and Dontae Lamar Hopkins, 17, turned themselves in to police. Both now face felony murder charges.
Published on 12/10/18
Updated on 12/11/18