ST. PETERSBURG — The City Council's prolonged discussion Thursday night to formally request that Pinellas County allot an additional $14 million to the Pier District, downtown transportation and parking eventually ended with a compromise that passed by a vote of 5-3.
AMBOULI, Djibouti — Pirates have returned to the waters off Somalia, but the spike in attacks on commercial shipping does not yet constitute a trend, senior U.S. officials said Sunday.
PYONGYANG, North Korea — No modern airport terminal is complete without an ATM, and Pyongyang's now has two. But they don't work — because of new Chinese sanctions, according to bank officials — and it's not clear when they will.
Just days before he was expected to be an early round pick in the NFL draft, former Florida defensive lineman Caleb Brantley faces a misdemeanor battery charge on a complaint that he knocked a woman unconscious in a fight earlier this month.
PARIS — Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right populist Marine Le Pen advanced Sunday to a runoff in France's presidential election, remaking the country's political landscape and setting up a showdown over its participation in the European Union.
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WASHINGTON — The White House will offer "specific governing principles" for its tax plan this week along with indications of what new rates would be, but a complete proposal probably won't be ready until June, President Donald Trump's budget director said.
It’s a story Neil Diamond has told before, and one he’ll surely tell again. But they never tire of it in Tampa.
ST. PETERSBURG — The rabbi pointed to his sign to explain why he and about 50 other people marched Sunday through downtown St. Petersburg.
"Never forget," it read.
A Tampa man is being held without bail on charges of sexual battery of a minor.
International Space Station commander Peggy Whitson early Monday will set the U.S. record for most accumulated time in orbit.
WESLEY CHAPEL — The United States is heading back to the Fed Cup final for the first time in seven years, and CoCo Vandeweghe played a big role in that.
UPDATE, 9:30 p.m.: I just spoke with Caleb Brantley's attorney, Huntley Johnson. Here's his statement: "Caleb Brantley was the victim the night this happened, and he is still being victimized." Johnson declined further comment.
TAMPA — As a young lobbyist for the Builders Association of Greater Tampa, one of Bob Buckhorn's first tasks in the mid-1980s was to work on the city's evolving tree code — a subject that rarely fails to combine technical detail with passionate advocacy.