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Carlton: A week of tin-eared politics
Republicans meddle in Amendment 4, Stacy White ducks blame, David Straz plays Thurston Howell III. The week that was.
Published on 03/23/19
Carlton: The long, strange trip of Rob Lorei and WMNF
Supporters decried last month's firing of the respected journalist, and the station heard them.
Published on 03/22/19
Jane Castor defends her record as Tampa police chief
The mayoral front-runner says she would have done some things differently in her six years as chief, but is proud of her record.
Published on 03/22/19
Updated on 03/25/19
Watch video: Diver swims beside stingray bigger than him off Tarpon Springs
Shawn Campbell counts himself lucky that the massive sea creature stuck around long enough for him to alert the others in his tour and shoot some video.
Published on 03/22/19
Health and financial woes continue for MacDill families dealing with mold in base housing
Some families who left their homes after finding mold are waiting on compensation for moving expenses and damaged belongings.
Published on 03/22/19
Hernando County Commissioner: Talk of bending the rules in favor of local company "screams good-old-boy system"
Commission divided over whether Coastal Engineering should be allowed to continue working at the airport.
Published on 03/21/19
Carlton: Two Tampa parents were found insane when they killed their kids. So what was in John Jonchuck's heart?
Before John Jonchuck, a mother who strangled her two children and a college student whose newborn drowned in a dorm toilet successfully argued insanity. Is the act itself proof?
Published on 03/20/19
New Hernando County trash collection still drawing complaints. Commissioners are fed up.
Republic Services is still missing pickup days and struggling with customer service. Company says complaints are down.
Published on 03/20/19
City Council warms up to St. Pete Pier plan for signs (93 of them)
After a more cordial discussion, a clearer picture emerges of how many and what kind of signs will adorn the Pier District.
Published on 03/20/19
Want to join Port Richey City Council? Show up Tuesday. No felonies, please.
The City Council has invited qualified applicants to make their case at Tuesday's 7:30 p.m. meeting.
Published on 03/20/19
Updated on 03/21/19
MacDill Matters: Air Force innovation awards, and keeping the SS American Victory in Tampa
MacDill airmen earn funds to turn ideas into reality while a ship looks for funds to stay afloat
Published on 03/20/19
David Straz: Fatal Tampa police shooting in 2014 may have prompted cover-up
The mayoral candidate made his remarks after meeting with the mother of Jason Westcott, who was fatally shot by police during a raid on his house.
Published on 03/19/19
Updated on 03/20/19
State agrees to foster care reforms in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties, but what about rest of Florida?
The Florida Department of Children and Families settles class-action lawsuit filed by child advocates in South Florida but agreement applies only in that region.
Published on 03/19/19
William March: After outcry, Straz campaign returns debate tickets to Bay News 9
Most of the free tickets to an April Bay News 9 debate between Jane Castor and David Straz were gobbled up by a Straz staffer within hours of being offered online. The Straz campaign said it has now returned the tickets, an...
Published on 03/19/19
Updated on 03/20/19
Federal official tells Brooksville Housing Authority to hand over or sell housing developments, then prepare to dissolve.
Summit Villas and Hillside Estates housing projects were closed 7 years ago, but remain standing and vacant.
Published on 03/19/19