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William Shatner tries to stop Clearwater man who claims to be his son from changing his last name to Shatner
On Jan. 14, Peter Sloan petitioned the Pinellas County court to have his name legally changed to "Peter Shatner."
Updated: 1 hour ago
Funeral director Dick Stowers, jokester and lifelong champion of Brandon, dead at 89
"He was the benefactor for just about anything to do with the community, especially children,'' said friend Mark Vargo,
Published on 01/21/19
In Hillsborough County's suburbs, the coyote next door is here to stay
In 2018, the wildlife commission's Wildlife Assistance Program received about 1,000 calls statewide. That's about 200 more calls than in 2017 and about 300 more than in 2016 and 2015.
Published on 01/21/19
Feeding Tampa Bay to take hot and healthy meals into "food swamp" areas
After a merger with Trinity Cafe, Feeding Tampa Bay is planning to launch a new hot and healthy free meal program this spring to give families a healthy alternative to fast-food restaurants.
Published on 01/21/19
Hooper: Fifty stories seems a bit too much for downtown St. Pete
The Red Apple Group plans for a soaring tower in 400 block of Central Avenue, but what about some green space?
Published on 01/21/19
Forecast: Brrr! Frigid blast takes hold over Tampa Bay, for one more day
Brisk conditions will remain in effect over Tampa Bay for Martin Luther King Day, but warmer weather is on the way. aAother round of cold, however, will arrive in time for Gasparilla weekend.
Published on 01/21/19
Hooper: Spelman's president schools us all at Tampa MLK Breakfast
Spelman College President Mary Schmidt Campbell explains why education will be even more important in a harsher future.
Published on 01/21/19
As the battle over a large used car dealership continues, the future is murky for Muck Pond Road
Hillsborough County staff have given an initial okay to turning a 19-acre cow pasture into a 1,000-vehicle used car lot. Its rural neighbors are aghast
Published on 01/20/19
Christ the King Catholic Church expands its presence on Dale Mabry
After a $5 million renovation, Bishop Gregory Parkes will bless Tampa's newly enlarged and updated church
Published on 01/18/19
University Area Community Development Corporation invites public to hear about neighborhood programs
Those interested in improving the USF area community are invited to a Community Development Corporation meeting next week
Published on 01/18/19
Forecast: Another chilly start leads to a dry and warm afternoon for Tampa Bay
Weather returns to seasonal norms Friday before the weekend warms quickly and cools even quicker.
Published on 01/18/19
The field is set for Tampa's March city elections
As the qualifying period ended Friday, Tampa mayoral candidate Mike Suarez touted endorsements from unions representing the city's firefighters and municipal employees.
Published on 01/18/19
Updated on 01/19/19
State officials tell Temple Terrace mayor Mel Jurado to stop calling herself a 'psychologist'
The Department of Health gave Mel Jurado a cease and desist letter Nov. 26 after an investigation found she is not a licensed psychologist.
Published on 01/18/19
Tampa Bay's Three Amigos
The mayors of Tampa Bay's three largest cities praised regional unity and each other Thursday at a Suncoast Tiger Bay luncheon.
Published on 01/17/19
Blind Tiger Cafe extends its domain to Westchase
The popular Tampa speakeasy shop will soon open its fourth location in the bay area with a new element this time around.
Published on 01/17/19