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Tampa Philanthropist, Mayoral Candidate David Straz Dies

Tampa philanthropist David A. Straz - the namesake of downtown Tampa’s performing arts venue and more recently, a Tampa mayoral candidate – has died. His foundation announced that…

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Viniks Commit $1M To Restore Tampa’s Only African American Boarding House During Segregation

The Vinik Family Foundation has committed up to $1 million to help restore Tampa's only African American…

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Great White Sharks Are Moving To Florida For The Winter

Like snowbirds, there's another group that's moving the Florida for the winter: sharks. Shark experts…

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Bill Would Create Prescription Drug Donation Program For Uninsured Patients

State lawmakers are turning to charity to help uninsured patients get their medications. A bill…

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John Legend Lends Support As Florida Felons Get Voting Rights

Singer John Legend was on hand to lend support Friday as 18 former felons were…

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104 Arrested During Hillsborough Human Trafficking Operation

More than 100 people were arrested during a five-month human trafficking investigation in Hillsborough County.…

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On 30th Anniversary Of Berlin Wall’s Fall, New College Students Knock Down Their Own

On the eve of the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, students…

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Ira Glass Tickets on Sale No2

NPR

U.N. Expert Faults U.S. For ‘Inhuman Treatment’ And High Incarceration Of Children

The U.S. has the highest child incarceration rate in the world, according to an expert…

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State Department Loosens U.S. Policy On Israeli Settlements In West Bank

Updated at 9:02 p.m. ET Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Monday the Trump administration's…

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After Venice Floods, Volunteers Wade In To Help Salvage What They Can

The Italian city of Venice is still reeling from a week of three exceptional tides…

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With Democratic Field In Flux, What To Watch For At The November Debate

The Democratic presidential primary has taken a back seat to the impeachment inquiry over the…

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Election 2020 Survey

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These Are The In-Demand Jobs In The Tampa Bay Region

The unemployment rate in the Tampa Bay region was 2.9% in October, the lowest since November…

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Viniks Commit $1M To Restore Tampa’s Only African American Boarding House During Segregation

The Vinik Family Foundation has committed up to $1 million to help restore Tampa's only African American…

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Tampa Philanthropist, Mayoral Candidate David Straz Dies

Tampa philanthropist David A. Straz - the namesake of downtown Tampa’s performing arts venue and…

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104 Arrested During Hillsborough Human Trafficking Operation

More than 100 people were arrested during a five-month human trafficking investigation in Hillsborough County.…

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Health News Florida

DeSantis Praised, Criticized On Environmental Spending

Gov. Ron DeSantis drew praise as “a true environmental leader” but was also criticized for…

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DeSantis Budget Boosts Disabilities Spending

Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday called for legislators to pump hundreds of millions of dollars…

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Bill Would Create Prescription Drug Donation Program For Uninsured Patients

State lawmakers are turning to charity to help uninsured patients get their medications. A bill…

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White House Unveils Finalized Health Care Price Transparency Rule

Hospitals will soon have to share price information they have long kept obscured — including…

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BayCare - Everything You Need. Even a Doctor - November

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Environment /Climate Change

Florida Reviews Water Quality Limits Every 3 Years. The Public Has Until Friday To Chime In

Floridians have until Friday to weigh in on whether the state should set limits for…

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For These Middle School Students, Gardening Is About More Than Just Planting Vegetables

At Tradewinds Middle School in Greenacres, the spindly leaves of endangered native Florida orchids peek…

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Mystery Condition Leaves Panther Kittens Orphaned

A mysterious neurological condition that impacts an animal's ability to control their hind legs has…

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Oaks Instead Of Palm Trees? Florida’s Iconic Palms Don’t Cut It With Climate Change

They are iconic to Florida, but palm trees offer little shade to urban heat islands…

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The Buzz on Florida's Honey Bees

Education

Eckerd College Selects Its Fifth President

Eckerd College in St. Petersburg announced the selection on Monday of its fifth president. Damian…

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For These Middle School Students, Gardening Is About More Than Just Planting Vegetables

At Tradewinds Middle School in Greenacres, the spindly leaves of endangered native Florida orchids peek…

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Florida Judge Clears Student Who Threatened School Shooting And Draws Town’s Wrath

Anxieties multiplied quickly across Baker County, a mostly rural community of 28,000 in northern Florida,…

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Sex Education In Hillsborough County: To Teach Or Not To Teach?

With the Florida Department of Health reporting a significant increase in the number of sexually…

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Florida Living

Sarasota’s Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Sarasota is home to a longtime theater troupe that features African American actors and the…

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A Tiny Thai Restaurant In Remote Greenland Serves Up Spice (And Whale Skin Soup)

Suriya Paprajong remembers the day he first set eyes on Greenland. It was the middle…

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The Zest: Beekeepers Talk Shop During Sweetwater Live Event

Josh Harris got his start,  as so many beekeepers do, when a swarm of bees…

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Alligator Hunting: For Two Florida Friends, A Last Chance To Kill An Elusive Beast

There ain’t nothing to be afraid of when hunting a 14-foot alligator. Richie Smith has…

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Sierra Nevada

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