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Pinellas hotels report 6 percent dip in room sales since Red Tide hit
Pinellas County is still on track to break its bed-tax collection record, even though Red Tide has showed little sign of letting up.
Published on 11/14/18
The Daystarter: A whole lot of suing going on in the Florida recount; why Rick Scott and Bill Nelson are smack in the middle; a Hall of Fame kind of night for Martin St. Louis
The Daystarter: Marc Topkin on Rays' manager Kevin Cash falling short of the top AL manager award; Graham Brink on why Amazon just isn't that into Tampa Bay; and Tom Jones on why the Bucs are keeping Jameis Winston on the b...
Published on 11/14/18
These are the 'worst toys' of the holiday season
A Black Panther "slash claw" and a plastic Power Rangers sword are among the items topping a consumer safety group's annual list of worst toys for the holiday season.
Published on 11/14/18
Chick-fil-A now offering delivery, celebrates by giving away free sandwiches
Chick-Fil-A will give away free classic chicken sandwiches to customers who order at least $5 worth of food from DoorDash, a delivery service.
Published on 11/14/18
Ford, Walmart test self-driving grocery delivery in South Florida
Ford and Walmart are teaming up to test a self-driving grocery delivery service.
Published on 11/14/18
New Jersey manufacturer relocates headquarters to Seminole
S.S. White Technologies, which specializes in flexible shaft technology, moved into a 90,000 square foot facility at 8300 Sheen Drive.
Published on 11/14/18
Disney unveils plans for 'Guardians of Galaxy' coaster, high-tech robots
At an amusement park industry trade show, a Disney executive hails the next generation of animatronics.
Published on 11/14/18
Updated on 11/15/18
USF marks construction milestone at medical school building in Water Street Tampa
The University of South Florida and Tampa leaders Wednesday marked the "topping off," or completion of vertical construction, on the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine and Heart Institute.
Published on 11/14/18
First-time millennial homebuyers willing to wait for Florida's market to cool
Millennials want to buy homes, but they are cautious, waiting to see if prices might fall.
Published on 11/13/18
Joggers, cyclists now wait to see where future of Upper Tampa Bay Trail leads
Hillsborough commissioners are not recommending a realignment of the Upper Tampa Bay Trail to make room for a 300-unit apartment block. But whether trail users can claim victory is unsure.
Published on 11/13/18
Innovative Red Tide bad air forecast tool working well, but info can be hard to find
An experimental tool to provide forecasts for which beaches have bad air because of Red Tide seems to be working, but users are having trouble finding its important information.
Published on 11/13/18
Amazon to split new headquarters between Virginia, New York
Amazon will open major new outposts in northern Virginia's Crystal City and in New York City, splitting its much-sought investment of up to 50,000 jobs between the two East Coast sites.
Published on 11/13/18
Do you live in an equity rich area of Tampa Bay? A lot of homeowners do
Of the 96 Tampa Bay ZIP Code areas surveyed, more than half have a higher percentage of equity rich properties than the national average.
Published on 11/13/18
Time running out for officials to reach stadium deal with Rays
With elections in the rearview mirror, focus shifts to efforts to move the Tampa Bay Rays to Ybor City.
Published on 11/13/18
Updated on 11/14/18
Study: Tampa is a Top 10 area for retirees who like to travel
Tampa's combination of low taxes and cheap domestic flights make it an attractive choice for retirees.
Published on 11/13/18