Police in Tampa identified the gunman involved in the October 12 shooting of a teenager in Seminole Heights.
An eco-friendly trend in shopping has reached Tampa. The city's first zero-waste store encourages customers to fill their own containers, again and again.
A group of Seminole Heights residents are petitioning the city to stop a developer from building a storage facility on East Hillsborough Avenue in Seminole Heights.
Christina Cann and her husband, Brett Wiewiora, say they are getting back to the roots of bread-making at their family-owned bakery and sandwich house in Seminole Heights.
A tentative court date in 2020 has been set for Howell Donaldson III.
Seminole Heights General Store has a little bit of everything.
A former convenience store has been reborn into a hip social spot in Seminole Heights.
"My husband says, 'If something is locked, you need to find out why before you open it,'" said Seminole Heights homeowner Marina Terracciano.
Tampa police are searching for a porch pirate suspect who stole from a Seminole Heights resident.
Tampa police are investigating a crash that left a Seminole Heights home seriously damaged.
Frank Roder and his partner moved into their Seminole Heights home in 1986. The towering live oak in the backyard has been around much longer; Roder estimates about 200 years.
An emergency hearing was held Wednesday for the man accused of shooting four people in Seminole Heights.
Private conversations between the accused Seminole Heights serial killer and Tampa police detectives were released by the state attorney's office Friday.
The suspected Seminole Heights killers may or may not be fit to stand trial, and hearing was held Thursday morning to schedule another hearing.
Google searches from the suspected Seminole Heights serial killer's I-phone are just some of the evidence released Friday in the case.
He was shot and killed back in November, the fourth person allegedly gunned down by the Seminole Heights Serial Killer. But Ronald Felton left a legacy, and now a local church is honoring him.
Christmas lights are to blame for causing a fire early Thursday morning in Seminole Heights.
A woman's mission to bring Christmas to more than 100 children in Seminole Heights became a reality thanks to the generosity of dozens of strangers and the internet.
For weeks, Seminole Heights was gripped by fear, thanks to a serial killer taking the lives of four victims. Many local businesses saw their customer base decline.
Almost 100 people, about 50 bikes, and a handful of cars. A group hoping to help a community heal with a memorial ride for Monica Hoffa and the three other innocent victims gunned down in Southeast Seminole Heights.