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Trigaux: A peek at the plentiful paychecks of 25 Tampa Bay executives

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23-year-old arrested on charges he critically injured USF student on St. Patrick's Day

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Gay Men's Chorus brings 'It Gets Better' to Straz

Gay Men's Chorus brings 'It Gets Better' to Straz

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Plan your weekend: Tampa Pride, Disney on Ice, Tampa's Fourth Fridays, Drumline Live

Plan your weekend: Tampa Pride, Disney on Ice, Tampa's Fourth Fridays, Drumline Live

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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. Rays principal owner Stuart Sternberg talks with reporters before the start of the game between the Rays and Yankees Thursday in Port Charlotte. [WILL VRAGOVIC   |   Times]
  2. Clearwater Bar Association offering free law classes to the public

    Courts

    The Clearwater Bar Association is offering free law classes to the public as part of its People's Law School program.

  3. Health bill vote delayed in House in setback to Trump, Ryan

    National

    WASHINGTON — Republican House leaders delayed their planned vote Thursday on a long-promised bill to repeal and replace Obamacare in a stinging setback for House Speaker Paul Ryan and President Donald Trump in their first major legislative test.

    Members of the House Freedom Caucus Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich., left, and Rep. Mark Sanford, R-S.C., arrive at the White House on Thursday. [Association Press]
  4. 'America's Toy Scout' buys, sells pieces of our childhood at Tampa show

    Human Interest

    TAMPA — They came with deteriorating cardboard boxes filled with Hot Wheels, and a laundry basket overflowing with stuffed bears crowding out a Bart Simpson from the "Don't have a cow" era. Their arms were stuffed with My Little Ponies, metal lunch boxes reading "Sock it to me!" and Batman comic books.

    Joel Magee, the Toy Scout, examines a vintage Barbie during a toy show at the Courtyard Marriott Westshore in Tampa on Thursday, March 23, 2017. This third version of Barbie from 1959 sold for $200.   Joel Magee is known as America's Toy Scout. He bought vintage toys from people at this toy show, kind of like an Antiques Road Show but for toys.
  5. U.S. House won't vote on health care today

    Blogs

    WASHINGTON - Moments before GOP leaders announced a vote would not happen today, Florida Rep. Ted Yoho was calling for a breather.

  6. AP sources: U.S. to approve Keystone XL pipeline

    Nation

    WASHINGTON — The Trump administration will approve the Keystone XL pipeline on Friday, senior U.S. officials said, after the State Department delivers a positive recommendation to start construction on a long-delayed project that has served as a flashpoint in the debate about climate change.

    Senior U.S. officials say the State Department will recommend approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, clearing the way for the White House to formally approve it.  [Associated Press]
  7. 23-year-old arrested on charges he critically injured USF student on St. Patrick's Day

    Crime

    ST. PETERSBURG — Police arrested Zachary Kenneth Allen, 23, of Largo on charges he punched and critically injured a University of South Florida student on St. Patrick's Day.

    Brian Neal, a 26-year-old USF student, remains in critical condition after he was punched in the face on St. Patrick's Day and hit his head on the pavement after falling to the ground. (St. Petersburg Police Department)
  8. JFK diary written in post-World War II Europe up for auction

    Nation

    BOSTON — A diary kept by a young John F. Kennedy during his brief stint as a journalist after World War II in which he reflected on Hitler, the ambitions of the Soviet Union and the weakness of the United Nations is up for auction.

    This is a portion of a diary written in 1945 by young John F. Kennedy during his brief stint as a journalist after World War II.  Kennedy, later elected president in 1960, would have turned 100 this May 29. [Associated Press]
  9. State Department tells embassies to ramp up visa screening

    Transportation

    WASHINGTON — The State Department has ordered American embassies and consulates around the world to draw up criteria for "population sets" needing extra scrutiny before receiving visas to travel to the United States, according to a recent diplomatic cable.

  10. Woman charged with recording ALF residents having sex and sharing it on Snapchat

    Crime

    ST. PETERSBURG — An employee of an assisted living facility secretly recorded video of two residents having sex together last year and posted it on social media because she found it amusing, Pinellas County sheriff's deputies said Wednesday.

U.S. House won't vote on health care today

WASHINGTON - Moments before GOP leaders announced a vote would not happen today, Florida Rep. Ted Yoho was calling for a breather....

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Chris Archer pitched 5-2/3 innings earlier Wednesday night against the Orioles in Sarasota.

Archer shares thoughts on USA's title at WBC

Chris Archer, the man who began Team USA’s run through the World Baseball Classic on March 10 with four perfect innings against Columbia, did not stay up Wednesday night to see the final out of USA’s win against Puerto Rico in the WBC championship game....

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We see where Rex Culpepper got his quarterback skills when his father Brad crushes the sandbag tossing challenge on Survivor.

Recap: Ex-Buc Brad Culpepper on last night's 'Survivor'

“If you pull out an idol I will soil myself,” said Jeff Varner before the vote on last night's Survivor Game Changers, in which Tampa's own Brad Culpepper was again both a target and a team leader....

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