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Picking numbered pingpong balls at random makes a lot of sense when deciding who’ll be Florida’s next instant millionaire. After all, everybody who buys a Florida Lottery ticket deserves the same chance at luck.
There were two major items on St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman’s to-do list when he took office in January: hire a new police chief and figure out what to do with the shuttered Pier.
Here are our recommendations for the Aug. 26 primaries, broken down by statewide races and by the counties in our primary coverage area.
When the Hillsborough County School Board considers a proposal to develop a K-8 charter school at MacDill Air Force Base, members’ overriding concern should be what is best for our military families.
As state and local officials review the possibility of dredging up a massive cruise ship port near the mouth of Tampa Bay, they should consider a study on the economic value of Tampa Bay recently conducted by the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council.
The bold graffiti dotting the seawall along the Hillsborough River has been a staple of downtown Tampa for decades.
Just seven years ago, it seemed Tampa’s St. Peter Claver Catholic School was going to shut down after over a century in the community.
Less than 48 hours ago, it appeared virtually certain that the United States would have little choice but to intervene militarily in Iraq on a scale that President Obama clearly wanted to avoid.
George Owen Smith was 14 when he disappeared from a reform school for boys in 1940. His family’s initial attempts to determine what happened were dismissed by the warden, who suggested he must have run away from the school.
Although the Florida’s governor race so far has been dominated by personal attacks and negative ads, there is one positive development.
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