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After 7 months, missing Tampa teen is reunited with his family
Micheal Shine III, 17, walked into the lobby of a Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office station on March 16 - 214 days after he went missing.
Published on 03/17/19
Bob Buckhorn's shamrock leg-acy
After eight years in office, Buckhorn presides over his final River O'Green, a last outing for those shamrock pants.
Published on 03/16/19
Jane Castor soaks up the love at Tiger Bay
The mayoral front-runner rolled out another spate of endorsements Friday. Her opponent, David Straz didn't appear.
Published on 03/15/19
'We still hate it.' USF students and alumni respond to final logo design
The university spent more than $47,000 on an ill-received logo. Despite a slew of negative comments, there are no plans to change the design.
Published on 03/15/19
Sherman's Lagoon will replace Non Sequitur in the Tampa Bay Times comics pages after reader vote
Readers have weighed in on their preferred choice to replace the comic strip Non Sequitur.
Published on 03/15/19
Updated on 03/20/19
Why is a Jacksonville personal injury law firm helping to challenge Hillsborough's transportation tax?
Supporters of Hillsborough's transportation tax question the tax scofflaw behind a new lawsuit seeking to strike down the levy.
Published on 03/14/19
David Straz agrees to three debates. Jane Castor wants at least five more.
The retired banker said his campaign has other events to do and that voters are exhausted. He'll skip the Tiger Bay debate Friday.
Published on 03/14/19
Judge: Stacy White can't challenge transit tax as commissioner, but can as citizen
Hillsborough Judge Rex Barbas granted White's attorneys 10 days to file an amended complaint.
Published on 03/14/19
Tampa man, freed in July after 46 years of a life sentence, jailed in Amalie Arena attack
Leonard Edwards went to prison for a Hyde Park hammer attack. Now, a supervisor says he beat her after she complained about his work on a clean-up crew.
Published on 03/14/19
700 more children to get free swim lessons as Hillsborough looks to tackle spike in drownings
Commissioners provide extra $50,000 for swim safety after 11 children drown in Hillsborough County in 2018, the highest in the state.
Published on 03/14/19
Feeding Tampa Bay wants to do more than feed needy families
The nonprofit will keep feeding the hungry. But it also wants to address the issues that lead to food insecurity.
Published on 03/14/19
Jane Castor, David Straz tangle over needs of Tampa's black community
It was the first time the last two Tampa mayoral candidates standing have faced each other since the election.
Published on 03/14/19
Lanes reopen on E Hillsborough Avenue in Tampa after crash
The crash occurred around 5 a.m. near N 30th Street, according to the Tampa Police Department.
Published on 03/13/19
Forecast: Lower humidity brings more pleasant conditions to Tampa Bay
Our recent muggy mornings have been replaced by a surprisingly pleasant feel as a high pressure system brings lower humidity and more comfortable conditions.
Published on 03/13/19
Seffner cricket field renamed for ex-commissioner Al Higginbotham
It was Higginbotham's idea to re-purpose the county park into a permanent home for the then-fledgling Tampa Cricket League
Published on 03/13/19