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St. Petersburg City Council members can be forgiven for being a little skittish several months ago when presented with a deal that would have allowed the Tampa Bay Rays to look in Tampa for a new stadium site.
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It takes a special kind of arrogance to completely dismiss the directive of 75 percent of voters.
The military justice system will determine if U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who spent five years as a Taliban prisoner, is guilty of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy.
We hope all local political candidates learn from the District 6 Tampa City Council runoff.
The frustration expressed by Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor over this year’s troubling spike in gun violence should be shared by everyone who calls Tampa home.
The folly of the state’s write-in candidate laws was on full display last year in the Florida House District 64 race in the Tampa Bay area.
The record number of manatees observed during the annual manatee count this year is no cause to diminish protections for the gentle seagoing mammal.
Few would have argued 20 years ago that building the Florida Aquarium wasn’t a big mistake. The attraction needed a financial bailout before selling its first ticket. The ensuing years weren’t much rosier.
The annual college basketball frenzy known as March Madness, which began this week, has special meaning for Tampa this year. Not only did the USF women's basketball team make the tournament, continuing an excellent season, but the Bulls will play the...
Two campus gun bills making their way through the Legislature have plenty in common and one significant difference.
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