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News from Tampa Bay from The Tampa Tribune

TAMPA -- At the University of Oklahoma, he arrived at a men's basketball game dressed as Cupid on Valentine's Day, complete with wings on his back. When he was drafted by the Buccaneers, he hugged Rog...

 

TAMPA -- Training camp is over, and so is the first preseason under new coach Lovie Smith. So, as the regular season draws near, what have we learned about the 2014 Buccaneers? And, just as important,...

 

Once upon a time, there were two superstores. One store, Wal-Mart was its name, skipped down the path in the forest and found a cozy spot in Carrollwood where it wanted to build a new store. "No...

 

TAMPA ­­-- For four years, since he withdrew from the Republican Party and eventually became a Democrat, Charlie Crist has taken heat from Republicans as a political chameleon who ch...

 

TAMPA -- For the first time in decades, a Florida panther has made its way to the Green Swamp. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission this week confirmed as authentic a photograph taken...

 

Some think of Tarpon Springs as a small Greek village. They flock here merely for dolmades, those delicious, lemony rice-filled grape leaves. Others shop in the city's downtown antique and gift shops ...

 

The origins of Labor Day aren't grandiose. In the late 19th century, President Grover Cleveland quashed a major railway strike that threatened the delivery of federal mail. Days later, as a consolatio...

 

ARLINGTON, Texas - Jameis Winston threw for 370 yards and scored on a sparkling 28-yard run, and No. 1 Florida State held off Oklahoma State 37-31 to begin defending its national title. Playing on the...

 

TAMPA - The University of South Florida's season opener was delayed by 69 minutes due to nearby lightning strikes on Saturday night. The Bulls were then rescued by four brilliant flashes of thunder fr...

 

ST. PETERSBURG -- All the hits and runs, all the home runs the Orioles hit off Jake Odorizzi the previous time he pitched were frustrating, sure, but not as frustrating as what Odorizzi did to allow t...

 
 

News from Jacksonville and Northern Florida from WLTV

Beautiful weather for The Final Round         

 

Fans turned away from Funk Fest at Metro Park         

 

Michael Sam has been picked by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh round of the NFL draft, becoming the first openly gay player drafted by a pro football team.     &...

 

Neighbors help mail carrier 'Stamp Out Hunger'         

 

Three boys are being questioned by officers after they were seen throwing homemade explosive devices in a Northside neighborhood.       &nbsp...

 

A 29-year-old woman was dragged beneath a vehicle near Oceanway on Saturday.         

 

A Florida Missing Child Alert has been issued for a 8-year-old boy reported missing out of Miami, authorities said Saturday.        &...

 

An investigation is ongoing after a car crashed into a Publix supermarket in North Naples         

 

A Jacksonville man is in critical condition after his motorcycle hit another vehicle head-on Friday evening, authorities said.        &a...

 

Parents can oppose what textbooks are used in their children's classrooms         

 
 

South Florida News from The Sun-Sentinel

Monday marks the official end of fun in the sun.

 

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The Democratic and Republican candidates for governor are using every wart, blemish and wrinkle — real or imagined — to paint a picture of the other guy that's so unflattering even...

 

RB Scarlett rushes for three touchdowns to lead RaidersMIAMI GARDENS – American Heritage pounded opponents in the playoffs last year on its way to capturing the Class 5A state championship, ...

 

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Report: Family fought with gun, knife, baseball bat and potted plantsA disagreement over Labor Day plans led to a family feud that featured a baseball bat, a gun, a knife and several potted plants. ...

 

Broward County is throwing a party Saturday celebrate the upcoming opening of the new airport runway.

 

Rabbi Glenn Ettman wants to welcome Jewish students on Hillel's five campusesAn organization representing South Florida's Jewish college students, one of the largest Jewish student populations in the ...

 

Palm Beach County School Board members want to become the state's second school district to opt out of state-required testing, a controversial move that could jeopardize funding, athletics and student...

 

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