Three winners were selected by a panel of judges from among 250 entrants to receive a $1,200 scholarship in the R.F. "Red" Pittman Tampa Tribune Scholars essay contest.
Sheriff David Gee is denying through spokesmen that he planned his 2016 re-election and subsequent resignation to help Republicans hold the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. But Democrats say it seems obvious he did.
In the years leading up to my taking office, Tampa families experienced some of the hardest times in recent history. Homes were lost, jobs were cut, and optimism for the future waned.
A ruling last week by the U.S. Supreme Court on Florida's death penalty law didn't generate a lot of chatter, but don't let that fool you.
It can be argued that much like in performing stand-up comedy, so too, in a political life it is important to know your audience.
Tampa political insiders have been buzzing for a week or so about a robopoll on the 2019 mayor's race.
Brain surgeries, pain, encephalitis, tumors and severe physical side effects all mark my son Steven's ongoing battle with a cancerous genetic disorder called Von Hippel Lindau syndrome, also known as VHL.
We may be in an extended drought, but history tells us downpours will increase the closer we get to summer. It also tells us all that water will bring flooding, particularly in South Tampa.
The Air Force recently recognized the 91st Air Refueling Squadron, part of the 6th Air Mobility Wing at Mac-Dill Air Force Base, as the most outstanding air refueling squadron in the service.
State Sen. Tom Lee, R-Thonotosassa, has more than $1.7 million in his PAC, The Conservative. What's he going to do with it?