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Thursday, Sep 18, 2014
Florida university graduates finding jobs, report shows
Sophomore Darren Lasso spins a basketball on his fingers as he walks on campus at USFSP in St.Petersburg, FL on Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013. LUKE JOHNSON/STAFF
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.
President Barack Obama allows 1st grader Edwin Caleb to touch his hair after the student remarked how short the President's hair was at Clarence Tinker Elementary School on MacDill Air Force Base Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 in Tampa. The President made a stop at the school after speaking to service men and women at MacDill AFB. The President arrived in Tampa on Tuesday evening and met with Centcom commander Gen. Lloyd Austin III and other leaders at MacDill, including members of the Centcom international coalition. CHRIS URSO/STAFF
Obama’s Tampa visit wasn’t all business
Yankees Derek Jeter scores on a Brett Gardner sacrifice fly during the sixth inning against the Rays Wednesday.
Jeter scores winner in his Trop farewell
The ''Grant'' block is bordered by Franklin, Florida, Cass and Tyler streets, and is one block north of the historic Kress Building. GOOGLE MAPS
Downtown Tampa ‘Grant’ block in deal to sell, become apartment tower


Paula Dockery: Scott loves STEM — but scientists not so much

Instead of completely blowing off concerns of climate change and global warming, Gov. Rick Scott has adopted the strategy of replying to that line of questioning with a rather dismissive “I’m not a scientist.”

The RNC’s ‘full and meaningful’ impact
Editorial: Militarizing the police
Editorial: MacDill Air Force Base and the president
Letters to the editor: Being able to vote
Letter of the Day: Why the electorate is unmotivated