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The Pinellas County Commission is asking county and local law enforcement agencies to review their policies in response to the death of George Floyd at...

A group of young people from Florida had their lawsuit against the state over climate […]

The death of George Floyd while in the custody of Minneapolis police on May 25 has caused widespread unrest across the country, including Tampa Bay.

Tropical Storm Cristobal strengthened overnight and made landfall in Mexico before turning to the north and emerging in the Gulf of Mexico this weekend.

Police made more than 60 arrests and an officer was injured after protests in downtown Tampa turned violent Tuesday night. The Tampa protests over the...

The Gulf Coast is on alert as a system that strengthened into Tropical Storm Cristobal on Tuesday morning meanders through the southwest Gulf of Mexico...

Tampa is no longer under a curfew. City officials have announced the curfew will be canceled as of Tuesday night.

Four people were arrested during protests Monday night in downtown St. Petersburg.

State Sen. Tom Lee announced he is stepping down from the Florida Senate. Lee, R-Brandon, wrote in a letter to Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday that his...

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring a system that has the potential to become the third named storm of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season.