TORONTO — The Rays lost not only Saturday's game to the Blue Jays 4-1 but also one of their top all-around players as Steven Souza Jr. had to leave after being hit by a pitch on his left hand.
UPDATE, 4:06: The Rays got what sounds like good news, with word that Souza has a left hand contusion and initial X-rays were negative. He will be evaluated further over the next 24-48 hours.
TAMPA — Under the blazing sun and with signs in hand, a robust group of protesters halted traffic downtown on Saturday morning as they called on Tampa Bay to commit to 100 percent renewable energy.
House Democratic Leader Janet Cruz is among those upset and offended by a conservative Senate chairman's explanation on Friday for why he blocked a bill to establish a …
TAMPA — One of the most engaging moments in The B-Sides, a remarkable composition by Mason Bates for orchestra and electronica, and in the Florida Orchestra's concert this weekend, comes through the sandpaper voice of astronaut Edward White, the first American to step out of a capsule and into space. …
TALLAHASSEE — Lawmakers in Tallahassee are largely reversing course on plans to cut $650,000 in state grant funding to the Miami arts school whose alumni helped create the Oscar-winning film Moonlight and the Broadway hit "Hamilton."
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.