A former St. Petersburg police officer has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges.
The privatization of space exploration has re-energized the aerospace industry. It's also created a new level of excitement in younger generations.
At an emergency meeting, Hillsborough’s transit agency voted to fire their CEO after investigators determined that he used agency money for personal expenses.
Throughout the month of February, there will be one seat on each HART bus that no one can use. That’s because that one will be reserved in honor of Rosa Parks.
An independent investigation by an outside law firm has found that HART CEO Ben Limmer violated at least eight board policies, according to a memo obtained by FOX 13.
A fire at a Duke Energy substation caused a power outage that’s impacting thousands of people in Pinellas County.
Raise a glass! You won't have to "wait for it" much longer: you'll soon be able to be "in the room where it happens" to see the original Broadway cast of "Hamilton" in movie theaters.
All eyes are on Iowa as candidates for the Democratic presidential nominee make their final campaign pushes ahead of the caucuses Monday, and a University of South Florida professor and five students will be there to see it all first-hand.
Publix mechanic Gene Anderson is the one and only person who fixes and refurbishes a unique Florida icon -- Publix's popular scales.
There are more than 100 acres at Tampa Electric’s solar farm in Apollo Beach, and about 100 lamps and sheep are used for “vegetation control.”
When it does go off, the Falcon 9 rocket will carry Starlink communication satellites into space.
Nothing says love like a heart-shaped box full of chicken nuggets -- so if the way to your Valentine's heart is through their stomach, Chick-fil-A has you covered.
Publix Super Markets Inc. says it is in the process of buying the leases at five Lucky's Market locations.
The one place where shopping is a pleasure -- and is the default grocery store for most Floridians -- has once again been named one of the “world’s most admired companies” by Fortune Magazine.
SpaceX blew up one of its own rockets Sunday morning as part of a key test to show that its new Dragon capsule is safe for astronauts, bringing the company one step closer to its first crewed flight.
He’s the first Tampa police officer in department history to be promoted while deployed with the military.
This is not a drill, Star Wars fans: Baby Yoda toys are reportedly coming soon to Build-A-Bear Workshop!
The University of South Florida's new downtown medical school officially opened Wednesday. The $189 million, 13-story building is the largest state investment in any university facility in the history of Florida.
Last night’s SpaceX satellite launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station was the first mission conducted with the support of the nation’s newest military service, less than a month after President Trump signed the bill authorizing its creation.
New year, new menu.