|Laser offers hope for saving sight
A breakthrough therapy is used to treat wet age-related macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness among people over 65.
Mary Jo Melone
Fear and anxiety rise from the flames
As soon as he spotted the white man heading down the alley, Charlie Turner started asking himself: What if he was the one?
Stetson law school holds its commencement
The graduates are told salaries are rising in their profession. But public respect is falling.
USF awards degrees on three campuses
Friday, it was Sarasota; Saturday, it was Tampa; and today, it's St. Petersburg's turn.
9 arrests at pot protest
Undercover officers move swiftly to arrest people who police said were smoking marijuana publicly.
[Times files, 1980]
Horrific accident created an unforgettable scene
Twenty years ago, a tragic accident sent 35 people plunging to their deaths. A look at the lives that ended that day, and the many more that changed.
Memories stay with man at command of the ship
John Lerro, a kid from the Bronx who danced ballet at Carnegie Hall, served as a merchant seaman and maneuvered great ships through the treacherous waters of Tampa Bay, a man who puts a premium on motion, is losing control of his body.
Skyway needs repairs, but will last
Engineers say cracks, deteriorating bearings, pier erosion and other problems on the bridge are not serious.