"He didn't really show any signs of being responsive other than some weird breathing," Master Deputy William Mellana told NBC's News Channel 8.
Parents will still have the ability to opt out of these mandates by following a specific process.
"The Republican Party is broken," Love tweeted, noting that event speakers had criticized "censorship" before she was kicked out.
Officials from The Florida Aquarium said that necropsy results were inconclusive and the matter is still "under examination."
"Our success depends on info found in public genealogy databases, where participants—and this is important—must opt-in for law enforcement matches."
Jeffrey Heim, 25, required 34 staples to close the head wound he suffered while diving in the Myakka River on May 30.
ZooTampa said the 12 stingrays that were found dead included seven cownose stingrays, four Southern stingrays and one Atlantic stingray. It is unclear what caused the deaths, and the zoo is looking into "every possibility to uncover what caused the deaths, including conducting toxicology reports."
Corey Pujols faces a maximum of 30 years in prison if he is found guilty of fatally punching an elderly Dunkin' customer.
He died from injuries sustained during a fall after the punch.
Earlier this year, Ryan Hamilton fell on hard times and was forced to surrender his dog. But that wasn't the end of the road for this pair!
The Florida restaurant is considering increasing its starting wages to attract more potential employees.
The festival dubbed itself as an "American First celebration of American Exceptionalism."
Prospective grads want an in-person commencement ceremony this May, arguing that large gatherings can be done specifically and pointing to the city's decision to host the Super Bowl last month.
ADEM, a rare disorder, has left nurse Desmon Silva paralyzed from the neck down.
The Raptors aren't the only team to defect to the U.S. for a season because of COVID restrictions, but a city of champions could bode well for these recent champs.
Following the Super Bowl celebration in Tampa, people on Twitter called Tampa Mayor Jane Castor a hypocrite for enforcing her mask mandate while a photo of her maskless circulated online.
Tampa Mayor Jane Castor denounced fans who destroyed street signs and other property celebrating the Buccaneers' Super Bowl LV win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Mardi Gras played a role in moving one Super Bowl back a year, which leaves the NFL seeking a host city in 2024. The other dates and sites are set through 2025, though.
A citywide notice banning irrigation watering was also issued Monday to conserve Tampa's available water resources.
Donald Trump spoke for nearly an hour 87-degree heat at rally in Tampa, Florida, which saw a dozen people hospitalized and crowds sprayed by fire trucks.
People explored Cannibal Corpse's discography and found that perhaps they shouldn't have been surprised, given their often violent song titles.
Jae Passmore was leaving a protest in Tampa when she was tackled to the ground by police officers.
There is no known video from the incident, which includes no dash cam or body cam video from the officers. All 118 bullet casings found belonged to officers.
"They are trying to beat me up, you know, over having the church operational. But we are not non-essential," The River at Tampa Bay Church Pastor Howard-Browne told attendees during a Sunday service.
Jaime Javier Amogueafonseca, 32, was detained by officers from the Tampa Police Department on January 12 and charged with aggravated child abuse (torture), authorities said.
The Tampa Bay Police Department shared a picture of the "one of a kind" piece on their Facebook page and said it had an asking price of $200,000.
Connor Michael Proleika, 20, of Tampa, was detained by a Clearwater Police officer shortly after 2 a.m. on November 22 and now facing a charge of racing on highways, authorities said.
Introduced in 2017, the ban was overturned by ruling late last Friday by U.S. District Judge William Jung .
"We started dropping in altitude and then the oxygen masks dropped from the top of the plane, chaos sort of ensued amongst the passengers," one of the passengers said.
At around 4:30 a.m. local time on Sunday, deputies from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office pulled over a vehicle at a traffic stop in Tampa. A female deputy immediately noticed that a passenger in the car, later identified as 20-year-old Fabricio Tueros Jimenez, had a white powdery substance on his nose.