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Residential Acoustics, LLC, has joined the Tampa Bay Technology Incubator , part of USF CONNECT at the University of South Florida .
The brunette legally challenging her mother and father in court to pay for school tuition and living expenses, gained international infamy this week for her lawsuit.
The Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks Sr. fulfills his passion for helping people as pastor of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church and director of Aging Services for Hillsborough County.
More than three years after Robert Niedbalec was hurled from his bicycle by two cars going more than 90 mph on Fletcher Avenue, one of the people responsible for his death sat before a judge Friday and wept into shackled hands.
Even though former U.S. Rep. Trey Radel's no longer in office, his influence in the April 22 special election primary -- caused by his mid-term resignation -- can be seen on TV every night.
A method called molecular subtyping can help doctors better determine which of their breast cancer patients are at high risk of getting breast cancer again, a new study led by the University of South Florida reports.
Hearing loss is associated with depression among American adults, especially women and those younger than age 70, according to new research.
The DNA testing of bones recently sent to the University of North Texas Health Science Center from the now-closed Dozier School for Boys in the Florida panhandle will likely take months to complete.
I'm not her! Student with same name as 'spoiled' teen suing her parents is hit by internet trolls - but she uses opportunity to drum up support for charity USF student Rachel Canning received a barrage of hateful comments because she shares her name with New Jersey student suing her parents After receiving more than 30,000 visitors to her Facebook ... (more)
A lecture on the intersection of humanities and medicine as dictated by an author in the antebellum U.S. is not necessarily something I'd seek out on a Wednesday evening, but Dr. Sari Altschuler's lecture, entitled "From Empathy to Epistemiology," was a rewarding academic engagement.
Princess Smith's Served #2, oil on canvas. The artist is from Tampa. ﻿It is one of the most popular images from the Baked & Served collection by the artist.
The Anna Maria Island Democratic Club will meet at 11:45 a.m. March 17 for lunch at the Mannatees Sports Grill, 7423 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton.
The Miller Art Museum is offering a program on "Creativity and the Mind" March 13 in the lower level of the Door County Library in Sturgeon Bay, where the museum also is located.
Eden Autism Services presents its 20th Annual Princeton Lecture Series at Princeton University's McDonnell Hall on Friday, March 21. For families and professionals, Princeton Lecture Series is an open forum where leading authorities in the field present new findings and future possibilities for the treatment and awareness of autism.
She also couldn't wait for Saturday nights to roll around so she could put on her favorite high-heeled shoes and go dancing with her husband, Brian.