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TAMPA — In January 1962, with tension growing between the U.S. and Cuba, Carlos Fuente Sr. of Tampa had a feeling tobacco imports would be cut off.
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TAMPA — At age 4, Frank Viveros left Colombia to join his father in New York City for a better life — but one shrouded in secrecy because the family lived as illegal immigrants.
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TAMPA — Court administrators, who were looking at building a new county courthouse on Falkenburg Road, have now expanded their options to include downtown Tampa after hearing concerns from judges, lawyers and business owners....
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TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott says he won a race to create 700,000 jobs in seven years, a central promise of his 2010 campaign, but by his own words he moved the finish line.
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One day after rejecting a plan to allow the team to look around the area for stadium sites, three council members who scuttled the proposal say they may change their votes if some movement is made on Tropicana Field redevelopment rights.
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Few people outside of military and aviation circles have heard about Whiskey 470, a test range in the Gulf. But last week, folks as far inland as Gainesville began reporting noises likely emanating from it.
The future of the Tampa Bay Rays in the area seems more uncertain than ever after the St. Petersburg City Council on Thursday rejected a deal to let the team explore new stadium sites in the region.
The city's manager of land development coordination says regular electronic dance music concerts staged at the club, each drawing up to 5,000 people, violate the property's zoning and land use rules. That puts future shows, including a massive New Year's Eve bash, in jeopardy.
TALLAHASSEE — Federal and state environmental officials are negotiating a settlement with Mosaic, among the world’s largest fertilizer companies, over whether it mishandled hazardous waste at some of its Florida operations....
TALLAHASSEE — The state’s utility regulators Thursday approved Florida Power & Light Co.’s request to charge its customers millions of dollars to explore for natural gas to run its power plants.
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