DADE CITY — Pasco commissioners want to give a leg up to local businesses bidding on county government contracts.
TALLAHASSEE — Three months ago, state regulators weren't tracking a surge in broken auto glass claims, particularly in Tampa Bay.
The issue has their attention now.
ST. PETERSBURG — Rick Baker officially lowered expectations in the mayoral race on Tuesday, saying his “battle for the future of the city” against Mayor Rick Kriseman might last until November.
Baker has consistently led in local polls and fundraising totals this summer. But at a fundraiders …
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DES MOINES, Iowa — The estimated jackpot for Wednesday night's Powerball lottery game has climbed to $700 million, making it the second-largest in U.S. history.
Kevin Erondu doesn't often go to night clubs. Yet, across America, he drives people to the dance floor. He's 31 years old, but he still has the ear of college students, and while he's no pro athlete, they leap to their feet when he joins them in the gym.
Their playoff run came up a tiebreaker short.
All's fair in love and war, the saying goes.
TAMPA — While officials around the nation move quickly to address the issue of public monuments to the Confederacy, the Hillsborough County School Board opted Tuesday to keep moving slowly on a proposal to rename a school honoring Robert E. Lee.
Few communities in the United States have as much at stake as Tampa in what happens next with Afghanistan.
Following a two-year dry spell, the Pinellas County school district has received two applications to open charter schools in St. Petersburg.
LARGO — Just before noon on a recent Sunday at Proino Breakfast Club, the dining room was bustling as owner George Soulellis chatted with a customer.
When is the Florida DOT going to accept E-ZPass on its toll roads? Orlando's Central Expressway accepts it.
The Navy will relieve the senior admiral in charge of the service's 7th Fleet based in Japan in response to four embarrassing accidents this year, two of which killed sailors at sea, two U.S. officials said.