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Founded by Spanish explorers in the early 16th century, the city of Tampa has been home to several different communities of people through the years. The city is often referred to as Tampa Bay, which happens to be the body of water that it borders with its sister cities, St. Petersburg and Clearwater. Tampa is considered the "Lightning Capital of North America" because of the thunderstorms that pass through the area nearly every day in the summer. (It also explains why their NHL team is called the Tampa Bay Lightning.) In 2008, Forbes Magazine ranked Tampa as the fifth-best outdoor city.

Population: 335709
Local Newspapers: Tampa Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Tampa Bay Lighnting (NHL) Tampa Bay Bucs (NFL) South Florida Bulls.
Local Colleges: University of South Florida

Zip Codes associated with tampa, florida: 33602 33603 33604 33605 33606 33607 33609 33610 33611 33612 33613 33614 33615 33616 33617 33618 33619 33621 33624 33625 33626 33629 33634 33635 33637 33647
Towns/Cities near tampa, florida : Brandon Town 'N' Country St Petersburg Gibsonton Riverview

Tampa News
Gasp! will Return to the Tampa Museum of Art for a Fourth Year on March 31st

Creative Loafing's fourth annual Gasp!, presented by Tampa International Airport, is a performing arts event like no other - a kaleidoscopic circus of theater, dance, music, spoken word, visual art, soundscapes, cabaret and more at the Tampa Museum of Art on Friday, March 31st, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets available at GaspTampa.com . Gasp! - created in 2014 by Creative Loafing in collaboration with the Tampa Museum of Art - is the only festival during Gasparilla Arts Month that focuses primarily on the performing arts, showcasing multiple genres that collide and surprise.

'It's a Russian flag!' Trickster strikes CPAC before Trump's speech

As the crowd waited to hear President Donald Trump speak Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference, little red-white-and-blue flags appeared without warning, handed down the aisles by a man with a green bag, according to a witness. "He was dressed like any one of us," said Tyler Dever, 20, a student at the University of South Florida in Tampa, who was wearing a suit.

Overnight fire at Florida mosque ruled arson

A fire that caused minor damage to a mosque in suburban Tampa, Florida on Friday has been ruled an arson, officials said, and a Muslim advocacy group offered a $5,000 reward for tips leading to an arrest. The overnight blaze set outside the Islamic Society of New Tampa mosque in Thonotosassa raised fresh fears of increased anti-Muslim sentiment, as mosques around the country have been threatened or vandalized.

Editorial: Why should Tampa Bay rank last in transit?

Sabrena Lloyd of Tampa spends 30 hours a week on a bus going to and from her job. A Pinellas student spends four hours a day on buses to attend St. Petersburg College.

Despite shopping trends, Tampa stores find niche

J.C. Penny joins other department stores, like Macy's, who are shrinking amid challenges in the sales industry.

Cost rising to create 'quiet zone' in downtown Tampa for train horns

The cost of creating a "quiet zone" for train horns in downtown Tampa started at $2.7 million, but now has risen to more like $3.17 million. The City Council recently approved spending $320,000 more for the project.

Florida US Rep. Crist seeks divorce after less than 9 years

In this Nov. 4, 2014 file photo, Charlie Crist gestures as he stands with his wife Carole during speech in Tampa, Fla. After nine years of marriage, U.S Rep. Charlie Crist has filed for divorce.

Authorities investigating small fire outside of New Tampa mosque

A fire was reported at a Hillsborough County mosque on Friday morning. Members of the mosque reacted to the news The Hillsbourgh County Fire Rescue received a call around 2:09 a.m. local time Friday about a fire at the Islamic Society of New Tampa in Thonotosassa.

Fire officials: Tampa, Florida, mosque fire was arson

Hillsborough County Fire Rescue said in a news release the blaze occurred early Friday at the Islamic Society of New Tampa. Fire investigators responded at around 2 a.m. and after gathering evidence they determined the fire was intentionally set.

Video voyeur charged with posting "revenge porn"

Police arrested a Tampa man for illegally recording a person during sex, then posting nude pictures and videos of the victim online. A search warrant states Colin Speer engaged in disturbing threats and harassment tactics from several fake Facebook accounts and anonymous text messages.

Nightclub server plotted attack against customer

According to authorities, Alexandria Seletos worked at The Drynk in South Tampa and is now accused of getting two suspects to beat up and rob a man outside the club Thursday, Feb. 16 at 1:15 a.m. "She set the whole entire thing up where the suspects, who beat him up, would be able to engage him at her place of business and then she made it look like she wasn't involved or tried to and failed," Durkin said. Durkin said Seletos tried to get away with the crime, claiming her car had been stolen.

Hooper: Bethune portrayal underscores importance of Black History Month

Evelyn Bethune, the granddaughter of legendary educator and activist Mary McLeod Bethune, poses with Ersula Odom and Ashley Robertson, curator/director of the Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation. Odom portrays Mary McLeod Bethune and received an endorsement from both Bethune and Robertson after a recent performance in Daytona Beach.

Tampa protestors hold town hall meeting with cardboard cut-out of

Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio greets supporters after winning a second term in office, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016 in Miami. Rubio defeated U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy, a two-term congressman.

Column: Enterprise Florida is an investment in the Sunshine State's economy

The seemingly daily attacks on Enterprise Florida as "corporate welfare" need to stop. Let's call the program's incentives what they truly are: corporate investments that provide documentable returns on investment.

Trouble leads to stringent controls for Tampa's Playpen nude dance club

After a run of trouble with prostitution and drug violations, the Playpen nude dance club this week was told to make a series of changes if it wants to stay open. During a hearing with Tampa's Public Nuisance Abatement Board, club operator Joseph Alessandro agreed to tear out the club's VIP booths, improve lighting, install surveillance cameras with video available to police, hire armed security guards and increase security and use metal detectors to screen patrons during the club's busiest hours.

Winner in Powerball drawing

In this Jan. 13, 2016 file photo, a clerk at a convenience store pulls Powerball tickets from a printer for a customer in Tampa, Fla. The Powerball jackpot for the Wednesday, July 27, 2016, drawing has soared to over $420 million thanks to nearly three months without a winner of the big prize.

Tampa Jewish Family Services' reach extends to all families

Many people don't realize the services are open to the entire community, not just the Jewish community, said Elizabeth Vocke, communications representative. With a staff including licensed psychologists and doctoral trainees, care professionals and a family support coordinator, TJFS strives to provide quality assistance to all Hillsborough County residents.

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