Tampa Bay Times

The state's medical examiners were releasing coronavirus death totals, until the Department of Health intervened.
Commissioners in Citrus County condemned the outlet and voiced support for the president during an October board meeting.
The errant bullet struck 69-year-old Vernon Messier in the shin.
Adam Putnam, a self-described "NRA sellout" running for Florida governor, received $670,000 from the company.
Tariffs on Canadian paper, imposed at the behest of a New York hedge fund, are claiming 50 U.S. jobs — so far.
Hundreds of cities and town across the nation are losing money protecting Wal-Mart's merchandise. It's just another example of public welfare for America's richest family.
As we study a wave of carefully-honed analyses of integration's potential to improve schools and our entire lives, we should pay special attention to the beginning of "The Problem We All Live With Part Two."
A few years ago, the Kaiser Family Foundation published an analysis by researchers at the Urban Institute. It projected the
The "Grease" star has been a Scientologist since the 1970s. According to the film, when there was talk of him possibly leaving
Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) refused to say on Tuesday whether he knew that the reason the state attorney general requested a delay for an execution last year was because it conflicted with a political fundraiser.