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A PEEK AT THE PLENTIFUL PAYCHECKS OF 25 TAMPA BAY EXECUTIVES

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GOP infighting too much for Trump to overcome for health plan

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Romano: You can fret, you can rejoice or you can get used to baseball in St. Petersburg

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GATORS PART OF SEC SURGE INTO NCAA'S ELITE EIGHT

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Top things to do in Tampa Bay for March 25

Top things to do in Tampa Bay for March 25

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If it's spring, it must be Chasco Fiesta time

If it's spring, it must be Chasco Fiesta time

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Dining Planner: New restaurants coming: the Lure in Tampa, Urban at the Trop

Dining Planner: New restaurants coming: the Lure in Tampa, Urban at the Trop

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At 100, Tampa's opera king Anton Coppola celebrates a life's work

  1. Las Vegas Strip reopens after gunman surrender, fatal shooting

    LAS VEGAS — A man riding on a double decker bus on the Las Vegas Strip pulled a gun and started shooting, killing one person and wounding another before barricading himself inside in a standoff that lasted hours before he finally surrendered.

    Las Vegas SWAT officers surround a bus along Las Vegas Boulevard on Saturday. Las Vegas police said the gunman in a fatal shooting on the Strip who barricaded himself inside the public bus has surrendered peacefully after shutting down the busy tourism corridor for hours. [Associated Press]
  2. NCAA Tournament: After Chiozza buzzer-beater, Gators prepare for South Carolina

    College

    NEW YORK — The texts started coming almost as soon as Chris Chiozza's winning 3-pointer went through the net.

    Chris Chiozza drives the length of the floor and makes a running 3-pointer to beat the buzzer and send Florida past Wisconsin in overtime. The shot was tough, getting to sleep was even tougher.
  3. Rowdies beat Orlando City in USL debut before record crowd at Al Lang

    Soccer

    ST. PETERSBURG — Georgi Hristov's penalty kick goal, the result of a long period of Rowdies dominant play, was the difference in Tampa Bay's 1-0 defeat of Orlando City B on Saturday night before a loud and record Rowdies crowd at Al Lang Stadium.

    Young Rowdies fans cheer ahead of the first half of the game between Tampa Bay Rowdies and Orlando City B at Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg, Fla. on Saturday, March 25, 2017.
  4. NCAA Tournament: Oregon upsets Kansas; Gonzaga makes first Final Four

    College

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Tyler Dorsey poured in 27 points, Dillon Brooks added 17 and Oregon upset Kansas 74-60 Saturday night, giving the Ducks their first Final Four trip in nearly 80 years.

    Gonzaga center Przemek Karnowski gets pumped up during an 83-59 win over Xavier.  [Getty Images]
  5. NFL to consider tweaking OT rules

    Bucs

    TAMPA — You don't see too many ties in the NFL anymore, except for the ones worn by the suits in the league office.

    Dirk Koetter barks at a referee after a fourth-down penalty late in the fourth quarter vs. Oakland last year. The call extended a Raiders drive and led to the tying touchdown. The Bucs lost in OT.
  6. 10 things we think we know about Rays as season approaches

    The Heater

    PORT CHARLOTTE — With the season opener — finally — just a week from today, there are things we know for sure about the Rays.

    WILL VRAGOVIC   |   Times
  7. Ex-CIA chief: Flynn's firm discussed removing cleric from U.S.

    Politics

    WASHINGTON — Former CIA director James Woolsey has accused the Trump administration's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, of participating in a discussion with Turkish officials about possibly subverting the U.S. extradition process to remove a Turkish cleric from the United States.

    Michael Flynn’s spokesman denied claims made by ex-CIA director James Woolsey.
  8. GOP infighting too much for Trump to overcome for health plan

    Politics

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump ignites a lot of fights, but the biggest defeat in his short time in the White House was the result of a long-running Republican civil war that had already humbled a generation of party leaders before him.

    President Donald Trump said Saturday on Twitter that he still plans to pull together a great health care plan.
  9. Tampa man dies in Pasco County crash

    Accidents

    DADE CITY — A 73-year-old Tampa man driving a motorcycle died Saturday morning after a crash on State Road 52 east of Ehren Cutoff.

  10. 3 takeaways from Rays 7-5 loss to Red Sox

    Blogs

    3 takeaways from Rays 7-5 loss to Red Sox

Omari Accius 6, enjoys recess at Citrus Grove Elementary School on Thursday, February 9, 2017. Florida lawmakers are again considering a statewide mandate for daily recess in public elementary schools.

Florida House committee proposes changes to school recess bill

Next week would have been make-or-break for this year’s efforts by the Florida Legislature to implement mandatory daily recess in public elementary schools....

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3 takeaways from Rays 7-5 loss to Red Sox

3 takeaways from Rays 7-5 loss to Red Sox

* LHP Blake Snell showed improvement, but still has to get better. The second-year lefty apparently got the message that his bosses were tired of seeing him pitch poorly and then say he knows what he needs to do but has to do it. He showed some of that over 4 2/3 on Saturday, throwing his fastball with more conviction and using his slider as a weapon. But he made a big mistake in allowing a three-run homer to Pablo Sandoval, and throwing 92 pitches without getting through five innings isn't good enough, and he seemed to know that, too. "I was happy with the way I attacked the zone,'' Snell said. "I felt like I took a stride, I felt like I was more into it, more believing in what I have, more aggressive. Definitely taking that positive, knowing there's a bunch I still need to work on.''...

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Melissa Leo stars at Madalyn Murray O'Hair in The Most Hated Woman in America.

What to watch this weekend: 'Tangled' series, 'The Most Hated Woman in America' on Netflix

Weekend couch planner

New kingdom, new hair: Tangled: The Series...

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