A Polk County deputy was arrested for making written threats related to the violence at the US Capitol, the sheriff's office said.
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An effort is underway to make COVID-19 vaccines available to Pinellas County Schools employees 65 years and older.
Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammates are finding out firsthand what makes Brady great and why he will be a first-ballot Hall of Famer.
A Tampa Bay area Ford dealer demanded a customer return a brand new SUV one day after purchase. Turns out the Ford Bronco was a mannequin vehicle that was not supposed to leave the car lot.
Hundreds gathered Tuesday to honor the life of a Hillsborough County deputy who was killed in the line of duty.
After years of traveling the world studying butterflies Anita Camacho has decided to open up her own conservatory in South Tampa.
New portals for vaccine distribution in Pinellas School leaders remind parents to do daily health checks with students
New evidence has been sent to the outgoing Trump administration for their consideration when deciding whether to grant a pardon to Joe Exotic, made famous last year by a Netflix documentary.
The St. Petersburg Martin Luther King Jr. Parade organizers decided Monday to continue a 35-year tradition in a very untraditional format.
The first month of the COVID vaccine roll-out in Florida has been characterized as confusing and chaotic, even though the state had months to come up with a distribution plan.
If you've ever visited Cortez, Florida, you may have noticed two floating net camps just offshore. The Guthrie net camp's future is now in jeopardy after the Florida Department of Environmental Protection deemed it an unauthorized structure, violating state law.
The Federal Highway Administration has awarded Pinellas County with a $4.6 million grant which leaders plan to use on new technology to make roads safer.
Sarasota Memorial Hospital took vaccines into the Newtown community to make sure minorities were not left behind.
Many Black farmers in our area say they’re struggling to survive and it’s not just because of the pandemic. They say racism and discriminatory practices in the farming industry have made it impossible to stay afloat.
Alan Grofe, 76, hopes to inspire others with his story of overcoming cancer and then going on to continue running and winning races.
Defense officials fear inside attack at inauguration, will vet National Guard troops, AP reports