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13 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
There are two general types of collectors: those who purchase works that appeal to them across media, time periods and artists, and those who like to focus on one of those areas.
Could you have a romantic liaison with someone of opposite political beliefs to you?
Should America's 11 million illegal immigrants be offered a path to citizenship?
17 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
It's a project that's never been done before in Pasco County. A county park and a public school side by side, with residents and students sharing a public library, theater, track, fields and tennis courts.
18 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
A development group submitted a new proposal this week to build and operate an elevated toll road in south Pasco County after pulling the idea in October.
23 hrs ago | CBS Local
An attempt to provide Florida's inmates with the documents they need to get jobs when they get out of prison moved a step closer to reality.
Diego F. Hernandez, Psy.D. , a licensed clinical psychologist, demonstrates Accelerated Resolution Therapy, as veteran Brian Anderson follows his hand movements Credit: University of South Florida Accelerated Resolution Therapy, or ART, is a brief, safe, and effective treatment for combat-related symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder among ... (more)
According to polls, medical marijuana has strong support in Florida. Whether it actually will come to a vote in November is far less certain.
A Florida jail is soon going to give some inmates access to email. The jail is going to use email accounts through "SmartJailMail".
Seventy-seven kiosks are being set up in the jail's housing units, which will allow the inmates to read and send email to those people who have approved accounts.
It's an activity making its way to school yards nationwide, including Pasco County.
A Florida woman was arrested after Pasco County Sheriff's deputies allegedly caught her shooting up with a needle in her arm in their office bathroom.
Imagine an annual performance evaluation whereby the employer ranks workers based on responsibilities they don't even have.
The percentage of high school graduates ready for college when they get there is increasing statewide and in the Tampa Bay region, according to new state data.
Right now, it's an empty field near Wesley Chapel Blvd and I-75. "I'd like to see something happen with it, one that fits our vision for the county, but also would generate revenue and jobs and traffic, etc.," said Pasco Economic Development Council CEO John Hagan.
Nearly all of Florida's classroom teachers who were evaluated under a contentious new system were given preliminary top rankings of either "effective" or "highly effective."