The Environmental Protection Agency plans to cut carbon emissions by almost 40% in Florida and 30% nationally in the next 16 years.
Brazil braces for social justice protests ahead of World Cup soccer tournament
Does Gay Marriage impose significant public harm to the people of Florida?
EPA proposal could phase out coal-fired power plants by implementing CO2 emission regualtions
Activist disects Florida’s congressional re-districting process
Poetry and music by or about Maya Angelou
Pro-Palestine divestment effort fails at USF
To commemorate May Day, about 50 community activists gathered at Voice of Freedom Park in West Tampa last night.
Local elected officials and the Sunshine State Clean Energy Coalition rallied today in St. Petersburg to call on Duke Energy to invest in cleaner energy. Florida could become a national leader in clean energy investment.
Free dental care rescues more than 1500 from pain
One of the main reasons that undocumented immigrants are deported is because they do not have drivers licenses. Last night supporters of immigration reform, rallied outside of Tampas City Hall calling for drivers licenses for undocumented immigrants
Tampa City Council votes against renewing red light camera contract
Eight-legged Looters invade Lee County By Amy Beeman Say you’re a common octopus living in the green-blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico near Lee County, in Southwest Florida. Life is good, and it’s not just because you’re naturally capable of things that humans usually ascribe to superheroes. For one thing, you can regrow your… Read more »
Walmart is proposing a new store on Hillsborough Avenue, in Seminole Heights.
During the next twenty-five years the area of Tampa that is just North West of downtown will be transformed. The City of Tampa, InVision Tampa and the Tampa Housing Authority unveiled their Master Plan today.
Tampa has rejected an idea for earlier closing times for bars: an idea to hold a workshop on the idea was narrowly defeated amid public outcry.
State Representative Kathleen Peters announced Tuesday morning, from Pinellas Park, she is one of six people running in the special election to replace Bill Young in Congress.
Reverse mortgages not all they’re cracked up to be for some seniors
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Grieving father demands answers in the shooting death of Ibragim Todashev
ACLU and CAIR seek answers in Ibragim Todashev shooting
Pinellas County to approve Sunset Beach nourishment
Tampa activists target bad landlords
Local school board rejects putting armed security guards in all elementary schools
There are twelve presidential candidates on the Florida ballot, not counting write-ins. You know about the Democrat and the Republican and we’ve also brought you the voices of the presidential candidates from the Libertarian, Green, Constitution and Justice Parties. But there’s also a new political party called the Party for Socialism and Liberation. Thursday I… Read more »