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TAMPA — A delegation that traveled to Cuba last week signed up in the belief they would be part of history — the Charlie Crist excursion, featuring the Florida gubernatorial candidate who denounced the Cuban embargo.
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TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott’s administration Tuesday filed a politically charged lawsuit trying to recoup millions of dollars it says a now-bankrupt special effects company “fraudulently” secured from the state....
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The June housing report released Tuesday by Florida Realtors paints a fairly bright picture of the market here with more closed sales and better median housing prices than the Tampa metro area saw a year ago.
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After years of acrimonious lawsuits, the Channelside legal fight came to a quick resolution Monday, as the judge controlling the case approved a settlement that gives Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik effective control of the property....
TAMPA — The regional transit board gave a unanimous thumbs down Monday to a plan that would focus most early transit expansion in downtown Tampa. That plan, board members said, could leave people in the rest of the Hillsborough County standing...
TAMPA — Copa Airlines, which began flying between Tampa and Panama City in December, will begin holiday-season daily flights from here beginning Nov. 17, running through Jan. 3.
TAMPA — Former Hillsborough County Commissioner James D. “Big Jim” Selvey, the first Republican elected to the commission in the modern era, died Sunday.
After 78 years of spring training in Lakeland, the Detroit Tigers have signed for 20 more years.
ST. PETERSBURG — Mayor Rick Kriseman plans to oppose efforts of a group of city workers who want to join the Florida Public Service Union.
The concept of a dredged, 50-acre seaport in coastal waters prized for unspoiled beauty and sensitive ecosystems raises serious doubts for those concerned about protecting the health of the bay.
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