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Newsroom shooting survivor still rejects 'thoughts and prayers' unless action comes with them
Selene San Felice remains on the job, as she has since the day after five co-workers were killed around her. The University of Tampa is honoring her for it.
Published on 03/25/19
Carlton: A week of tin-eared politics
Republicans meddle in Amendment 4, Stacy White ducks blame, David Straz plays Thurston Howell III. The week that was.
Published on 03/23/19
Carlton: The long, strange trip of Rob Lorei and WMNF
Supporters decried last month's firing of the respected journalist, and the station heard them.
Published on 03/22/19
Fish, water, poop, plants: Krinn Technical brings its programs together through aquaponics.
The school-wide project will showcase the skills learned in academic and technical programs throughout the New Port Richey campus.
Published on 03/21/19
Pinellas education news: Big honor for Largo principal, environmental workshops and more
News and notes about K-12 schools and colleges in Pinellas County.
Published on 03/21/19
Carlton: Two Tampa parents were found insane when they killed their kids. So what was in John Jonchuck's heart?
Before John Jonchuck, a mother who strangled her two children and a college student whose newborn drowned in a dorm toilet successfully argued insanity. Is the act itself proof?
Published on 03/20/19
Vaping by Hernando County students more than doubled last year. Can school leaders find a fix?
A 128 percent growth in vape-related incidents reflected a major nationwide uptick that saw more than 3 million high-schoolers vape in 2018.
Published on 03/20/19
St. Petersburg College joins Year Up Tampa Bay to help young people rise
The program seeks to provide training and internships
Published on 03/19/19
Updated on 03/21/19
Farm-to-school could be a win-win for Hernando County schools and local growers. But getting it to work may take time.
A federal grant last year planted a seed for a produce partnership, but it hasn't quite taken root.
Published on 03/19/19
Carlton: How is a tax battle like a fight for civil rights? And other news
A commissioner compares a tax fight to civil rights, a journalist awaits his fate, and on Gasparilla groping allegations, nothing but crickets.
Published on 03/17/19
Carlton: What happened to David Straz?
The mayoral candidate will attend few forums so voters can learn about him. What happened to the civic-minded guy we once knew?
Published on 03/15/19
Hillsborough's charter schools apply for a slice of the sales-tax hike pie
So far, two charters have asked to share in the $150 million a year that will come from the referendum.
Published on 03/15/19
'We still hate it.' USF students and alumni respond to final logo design
The university spent more than $47,000 on an ill-received logo. Despite a slew of negative comments, there are no plans to change the design.
Published on 03/15/19
Sherman's Lagoon will replace Non Sequitur in the Tampa Bay Times comics pages after reader vote
Readers have weighed in on their preferred choice to replace the comic strip Non Sequitur.
Published on 03/15/19
Updated on 03/20/19