In just three months, 26 million people have visited the Sunshine State, making the first quarter of 2013′s tourism record-breaking.
The push to outlaw popular marijuana pipes known as “bongs” has cleared another House panel.
A St. Petersburg woman is behind bars after she allegedly hopped in a police car and tried to get away.
It’s been 40 years since a political party has held a convention in South Florida, but Tampa is learning first-hand that holding a modern convention is anything but cheap.
On Florida’s death row for more than three decades, a twice-convicted murderer was executed Wednesday night for the rape and murder of a St. Petersburg woman.
Buoyed by rising poll numbers and his impressive South Carolina showing, Newt Gingrich continued his push towards winning the Sunshine State during several Tuesday events.
Members of the St. Petersburg Police Department’s marine units are keeping a sharp eye out after a severed human leg washed ashore on a yard from nearby Tampa Bay.
The U.S. Coast Guard off-loaded seven tons of cocaine, worth nearly $180 million, seized from a self-propelled semi-submersible vessel in St. Petersburg on Friday.
Funeral service for IZOD IndyCar Series driver Dan Wheldon was held Saturday at a church in St. Petersburg.
A St. Petersburg man was killed when a scuba tank he was carrying exploded.