Red-light cameras produced $7.6 million in revenue in the first year of generating tickets for Tampa's drivers.
Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn had been driving a Denali seized from an alleged pimp, but now has a Suburban that was used during the GOP convention.
Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla will provide yellow wristbands to help monitor who should be in the Jan. 26 parade, and who is a stowaway.
The city of Tampa is using bicycle racks to surround the landscaping planted for the Republican National Convention.
Journalists are on watch outside the house of Jill Kelley, who reportedly received harassing emails that led to the case that forced former CIA David Petraeus to quit.
The bronze busts of six Tampa pioneer will be unveiled Dec. 11 at the Tampa History Center then placed along the Riverwalk.
Rich Glorioso has Air Force and state House experience, while Craig Latimer brings elections and sheriff's office training to the position.
Baseball and history fans can learn about local players and how the game united immigrants in "Béisbol: Tampa's Love of the Game" at the Ybor City Museum State Park.
In 18 months, Mayor Bob Buckhorn has worked to energize Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, complete the Riverwalk and create a downtown where people want to live.
The structure on Alline Avenue disguises a facility designed to ease flooding on Alline and Coachman avenues.
This year the event along Seventh Avenue in Ybor City will not have the wet zone and fence, but instead more than 20 musical acts at several venues.
A YouTube video purporting to be from the hacker collective Anonymous offers a battle plan for protesters during next week's Republican National Convention.
Tampa's bridges will illuminate in color for the RNC starting Friday night, when Mayor Bob Buckhorn leads a lightning ceremony at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.
About 100 years ago, Abelardo and Dolores Porto came to Ybor City from Cuba and took jobs as cigar makers.