State Bill 374 would limit the number of bachelor's degrees offered around Florida's 28 state colleges.
Healthcare costs continue to soar nationwide, including in Tampa Bay. As our nation’s leaders debate over the Affordable Care Act, one…
A PE teacher at Wesley Chapel High School was arrested after police say she drove drunk and rear-ended another vehicle, then left the scene.
An ALF employee was arrested after she filmed an 81-year-old and a 59-year-old resident having sex in an assisted living facility.
The City of Tampa's Department of Solid Waste is even busier with bulk pickup around this time of year because of people doing their…
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