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Tampa Bay is a large natural harbor and estuary along the Gulf of Mexico on the western coast of Florida, made up of Old Tampa Bay, Hillsborough Bay, McKay Bay, and New Tampa Bay. It is bounded by Manatee County on the south, Pinellas County on the west, and Hillsborough County on the east. Three prominent cities are located along the shores of the bay, Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Clearwater. The Sunshine Skyway Bridge crosses the mouth of Tampa Bay.
The term “Tampa Bay” is also informally used as the name of the entire metropolitan area encompassing Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and several smaller cities. The Tampa Bay Area settlers were originally from Cuba and Italy. The Native Americans from this region are known as Seminoles. A town in Pinellas County, named Seminole, Florida, was subsequently named after the Native Americans who lived in the region.

 

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News from Tampa Bay from The Tampa Tribune

ST. PETERSBURG -- A West Palm Beach developer has revealed plans for perhaps the most prime piece of undeveloped real estate in the city's downtown. The Kolter Group is planning a 13-story hotel and 4...

 

Florida's public universities sent more than 50,000 graduates into the world in the spring of 2012, and the university system's Board of Governors says they're doing well.

 

Associated Press EDINBURGH, Scotland (AP) - For Scots, Wednesday was a day of excitement, apprehension, and a flood of final appeals before a big decision. In a matter of hours, they will determine wh...

 

PLANT CITY -- State ethics officials have found no merit to allegations that City Commissioner Billy Keel tried to use his influence to silence a key witness in a city investigation of then-Police Chi...

 

TAMPA -- It has been 40 years since bulldozers mowed under the stretch of Central Avenue between Ybor City and downtown -- once the hub of Tampa's African-American community. "Harlem of the South...

 

TAMPA -- The other day, University of South Florida football coach Willie Taggart spoke with his mentor, Jack Harbaugh, who was the Western Kentucky University coach when Taggart played quarterback th...

 

ST. PETERSBURG -- Choice words were exchanged during a flare-up that led to benches emptying Tuesday night. By Wednesday afternoon, it was the choice of words that still had some involved parties upse...

 

ATLANTA -- Something had finally clicked. That was the Buccaneers' assessment. They even had the data to prove it. It was right there in the NFL record book, where Josh McCown's one interception in 22...

 

TAMPA -- Often viewed last season as the Little Team That Could, the Lightning now are expected to be more like a runaway steam engine barreling into Stanley Cup contention. Many prognosticators outsi...

 

ST. PETERSBURG -- With all the emotion and tempers from the previous night brushed aside, the Rays and Yankees went about the business of baseball on Wednesday. And in the final game at Tropicana Fiel...

 
 

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