After much buzz on the USF campus, Mark Harlan is poised to be named USF's new athletic director.
Sunday is the final day of Early Voting for the race to fill the late Congressman C.W. Bill Young's seat.
Tampa Police are investigating a case where a entire family ended up in the hospital after eating contaminated meat.
A leadership banquet was held in Tampa Saturday evening to recognize those who care deeply about fair housing.
Deputies have located a teenage girl who has not been seen since Friday evening.
More than two dozen people signed up to lose their locks and raise money for St. Baldrick's Foundation.
Thousands of adrenaline junkies and thrill seekers paid money to run with the bulls during Dade City's Great Bull Run.
Expect to see a spectacular sight in the skies over Zephyrhills today as Wounded Warriors get the chance to parachute out of a plane
The Lakeland Ledger reports the April 1 flight has been axed due to new FAA regulations, increased costs and other factors.
A Former DeSoto County inmate has filed a $3.5 million federal lawsuit against his former jailers, alleging his civil rights were violated by a series of beatings he endured while in their custody last year.
The Florida Department of Transportation is trying to put the project on its priority list to begin in the next few years.
A transient man from Kentucky died after being hit by a car while walking on 5th Avenue Saturday evening.
The "Paws in Motion" Walk-a-thon takes place Saturday, March 8th at the Bradenton River Walk Pavilion.
You can see his amazing skills on the all-star season of the "Amazing Race", but Friday night, Tampa locals saw Nate "Big Easy" Lofton show off some other skills too.
A six-foot-long boa constrictor, called Killer, had to have surgery after swallowing a towel along with his meal.
Several hotels on Treasure Island are fighting a city 'beach driving' ordinance - sighting environmental and economic concerns.
A 13-year-long restoration project to rebuild Myakka City's 100-year-old schoolhouse is running out of time and money.
Friday was test run day when cowboys ran the bulls up and down the quarter-mile-long course where on Saturday there will be some 2-3,000 daring bull dodgers.
Pete Lamb has been building and repairing clocks of all shapes and sizes for 72 years, nearly six decades of those in St. Petersburg.
Democrat Alex Sink, Republican David Jolly and supporters combined have spent millions on FL D13 campaign ads. Pinellas locals say aside from TV ads, they're also being flooded with negative flyers.
The tents from the art festival are gone and replaced this weekend with four stages, as the Gasparilla Music Festival takes over Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.
The special election to fill the congressional seat of C.W. Bill Young is on Tuesday, March 11, however, voters can cast their vote before that date.
The Hernando County Animal Services' Managing Veterinarian has resigned and accepted a job with Hillsborough County Animal Services.