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TAMPA — The city’s first Riverwalk was a modest wooden-plank boardwalk built in the area where Curtis Hixon Park now lies to mark the nation’s bicentennial in 1976.
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TAMPA — He heard his mom’s advice so often he finally decided to get it tattooed onto his skin.
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In advance of the 2015 Tampa Mayoral Inaugural Ball, we are taking a look at the city’s past, present and future.
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WASHINGTON – Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid, the wily Nevadan who dominated the Senate for a decade from the minority to the majority and back again, announced Friday he will retire after five terms.
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TALLAHASSEE — Lawmakers took steps Thursday that could cancel a fifth of the specialty license plates available in Florida but also advanced 26 more designs for motorists to pre-order.
EGMONT KEY — The island is a little larger than it was a year ago.
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TALLAHASSEE — A proposal making its way through the state Legislature could put an end to early morning battles over what to wear to school.
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TAMPA — More Florida cities and communities are taking the first steps to prepare for climate change and, especially, sea-level rise.
TALLAHASSEE — A mammoth gambling overhaul finally had a hearing in the Florida House Thursday, but trying to pass any of it will be like “turning the Titanic,” one former lawmaker said.
Iraqi troops started the final phase of an offensive to recapture Saddam Hussein’s hometown of Tikrit on Thursday, a military official said, just hours after the United States launched airstrikes on the Islamic State-held city.
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