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What might we call this historic foreign policy moment? Buckhorn Goes to China?
TAMPA — “I need you,” Hillary Clinton humbly declared, a stage behind her filled with a diverse group of college students.
TAMPA — After 112 years, local law is poised to catch up with tradition at the Tampa Yacht & Country Club.
TAMPA — The City Council on Wednesday approved a $906 million budget for next year built on a 5 percent property tax increase and a brand-new stormwater fee.
The spill of 215 million gallons of contaminated water from a Mosaic phosphate plant into the Floridan Aquifer is not expected to affect Hillsborough County anytime soon, and quite possibly not ever, a Hillsborough County Environmental Protection off...
TAMPA — After seven months of meetings with the Tampa Bay Rays, a Hillsborough County commissioner involved in the talks hopes to have a baseball stadium plan for his colleagues to begin to discuss within six months.
TAMPA — He didn’t get a chance to eat the Cuban sandwich and plantain chips laid at his table Monday at Arco Iris Restaurant in West Tampa, but U.S. Senate hopeful Patrick Murphy left the small cafe with support from a host of political...
HOLIDAY — Donald Trump’s prospects for winning the White House will probably rise or fall among the strip malls and 1,000-square-foot ranch homes of southwest Pasco County.
The moderate middle doesn’t seem popular in politics lately, but during a Tampa state House candidates’ forum Tuesday it was where everybody wanted to be.
The Florida Democratic Party has been giving “in-kind” donations — payments covering staff salaries and other campaign costs — to state House candidates Rena Frazier and Lisa Montelione, but not David Singer, who faces Rep...
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