An Orlando woman is dead after leaving a vehicle and running into traffic on Interstate 275 Thursday night, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
I've been bothered by these questions all week:
UPDATE, 11:29: The Rays had some concern about RHP Jake Odorizzi, who was hit on the left leg during his Wednesday sim game (whcih was to show that his injured left hamstring was fine), but Cash said he threw his bullpen session with no issues on Friday and is set to return as planned on Monday. "I don't envision …
Day 2 in a word? Toughness.
The death penalty, and how we use it, is changing. Hey, it can happen, even in Florida.
TAMPA — Dr. Osman "Ozzie" Ahmed was once trusted with the health of U.S. astronauts.
The goal still is written on a grease board in Jacon Licht’s office. The Bucs general manager left it there after a meeting several months ago as a constant reminder that his team had a need for speed.
The rust of two years off the road isn't showing on Soundgarden in 2017.
The Bucs squeezed in a buzzer-beater on Friday night, trading up to get the final pick in the third round and using it to select LSU linebacker Kendell Beckwith.
The Cross-Bay Ferry was an experiment for a region struggling with traffic, wedded to cars and separated by a big body of water.
The Bucs put their search for a running back on hold for a day but went back on offense, adding speed to their passing game in the third round with Penn State receiver Chris Godwin.
TORONTO — Blake Snell gave the Rays another too-short start Friday and more reasons to wonder if he really is ready to be a key part of their rotation.
After being passed over by the Bucs —and every other team in the first round of Thursday's NFL draft — former Florida State running back Dalvin Cook didn't have to wait too long on Day 2.
TALLAHASSEE — State lawmakers are inching closer to an agreement on medical marijuana after more than 70 percent of voters declared they wanted to allow patients with debilitating conditions to use the drug.