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Tips for surviving Gasparilla invasion of 2015 (w/video)

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Interview: Mario Lopez dishes on Gasparilla game plan

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  1. Editorial: Positive step forward on medical marijuana

    Editorials

    The effort to legalize medical marijuana in Florida has found its rightful home in the Florida Legislature. Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, has introduced promising legislation that would make the drug legal for patients with specific medical conditions who have not found pain relief through traditional medicine. …

    The effort to legalize medical marijuana in Florida has found its rightful home in the Florida Legislature. Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, has introduced promising legislation that would make the drug legal for patients with specific medical conditions who have not found pain relief through traditional medicine.
  2. Monday's letters: Having 'the talk' about police

    Letters

    A visit to the library, then held at gunpoint | Jan. 27, commentary

  3. Editorial: Hillsborough judge should step aside until charges are resolved

    Editorials

    Hillsborough County Judge Eric Myers will have his opportunity to explain his arrest last month on a domestic violence charge and a new accusation by his wife that he violated a court-issued protection order by showing up unannounced at the family home. The judge is entitled to the presumption of innocence and due …

  4. Editorial: Investigate Scott's abuse of power

    Editorials

    As the former chief executive of the nation's largest hospital chain, Rick Scott once refused to answer questions during a deposition by invoking his Fifth Amendment protection from self-incrimination 75 times. As governor, he similarly avoids straight answers to questions about his abuse of power by repeating the same …

    As the former chief executive of the nation’s largest hospital chain, Rick Scott once refused to answer questions during a deposition by invoking his Fifth Amendment protection from self-incrimination 75 times. As governor, he similarly avoids straight answers to questions about his abuse of power by repeating the same automated responses.
  5. Maxwell: Making black lives matter

    Columns

    In the wake of the killings of unarmed African-American males by white police officers, a new mantra for black life in the United States has emerged: "Black Lives Matter."

    Members of the Bay Area Activists Coalition carry a banner and chant, “Black lives matter,” during the Martin Luther King Jr. parade in St. Petersburg on Jan. 19.

    Jeb Bush's troubled days at Andover

    The Boston Globe explores Jeb Bush's days at Andover....

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    Derrick Brooks, left, and Dexter Jackson clown around during the Bucs' final walkthrough of Qualcomm Stadium in preparation for Super Bowl XXXVII.

    Ex-Buc Dexter Jackson still savors MVP day at Super Bowl

    It was 12 years ago this week that safety Dexter Jackson earned MVP honors in the Bucs' Super Bowl win over the Raiders, and as dominating as Tampa Bay's defensive dominance was that day, he swears he saw it coming....

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    Dress destined for Katie's closet, $13.99 on this sale.

    Extra half off sale stuff at Gap

    Yikes. As a happy little treat for your weekend, Gap seems to be practically giving things away. ...

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