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  1. Jesuit running back Malik Davis commits to Florida Gators


    TAMPA — During his recruiting process, Jesuit's Malik Davis had several Division I-A offers. One always stood out: the University of Florida. Davis ended the suspense on Wednesday morning when he committed to the Gators in front of his fellow students inside Jesuit's gym.

    Jesuit's  Malik Davis makes a 74-yard running touchdown in the first quarter of the the Regional semifinal, Jesuit High School's vs. Jefferson High School, on Friday evening, November 20, 2015 at Jesuit High School. Jesuit leads at the half 21-0. (Zack Wittman, Times)
  2. Indians to start Corey Kluber on short rest in Game 4


    CLEVELAND — The Cubs saw plenty from Indians ace Corey Kluber as he shut them down for six-plus innings in Tuesday's opener.

    Corey Kluber, who pitched six shutout innings Tuesday, was pulled after 88 pitches and should be fresh for Saturday’s start.
  3. Bitter Senate debate reflects tightening race between Marco Rubio, Patrick Murphy

    State Roundup

    DAVIE — The final debate between U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy began much like you would expect a tightening Senate race in the largest swing state in America.


    Rep. Patrick Murphy, left, and Sen. Marco Rubio shake hands before the start of a debate Wednesday at Broward College in Davie. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
  4. Lightning's Bishop gets teeth knocked out, responds with best game of season

    Lightning Strikes

    MONTREAL — Lightning goalie Ben Bishop may have lost a couple of teeth, but not his sense of humor.

    Lightning goalie Ben Bishop had his best game of the season in Tuesday’s win in Toronto, stopping 40 shots.
  5. Limp leads Pasco deputies to arrest man connected to rash of boat engine thefts


    NEW PORT RICHEY — Detectives knew to look for a man with an injured foot.

    Jose Manzaneira, 42, is seen on surveillance video approached the fence outside Boat and Motor Superstore in Palm Harbor. He was holding a bag and what looked like bolt cutters. Manzaneira was arrested Wednesday on nine counts of grand theft and one count of criminal mischief. [Photo courtesy of the Pasco County Sheriff's Office]
  6. FEMA closes Hermine recovery centers but is still taking applications for relief


    HUDSON — The Federal Emergency Management Agency is closing its Gulf Coast disaster recovery centers opened in the wake of Hurricane Hermine late this summer.

    FEMA applicant service specialists Lori Ogas, standing, and Rosa Espinoza work at the Mike Fasano shelter on their last day of service Wednesday.
  7. Offensive line biggest factor in Bucs' resurgence


    TAMPA — This will sound arrogant. Maybe a little immodest, traits not associated with an offensive lineman. In proper context, it wasn't meant that way. But when talking about the Bucs' success running the football the past two games, despite missing their top two running backs, tackle Demar Dotson was also being …

    Tackle Demar Dotson and his fellow offensive linemen are a key reason why the Bucs are on a roll.
  8. Pinellas Park police: 17-year-old wounded in accidental shooting


    PINELLAS PARK — Officers are investigating what they say appears to an accidental shooting that left a 17-year-old wounded at a residence in the 7600 block of 62nd Way, according to Pinellas Park police.

  9. Why Donald Trump could lose red Utah


    Although Mormons have traditionally been the most Republican religious group in the United States, it appears that they are fleeing this year's GOP candidate.

    Independent candidate Evan McMullin was a CIA officer.
  10. House Republicans preparing for 'years' of investigations of Clinton


    SOUTH JORDAN, Utah — Jason Chaffetz, the Utah congressman wrapping up his first term atop the powerful House Oversight Committee, un-endorsed Donald Trump weeks ago. That freed him up to prepare for something else: spending years, come January, investigating the record of a President Hillary Clinton.

    Rep. Jason Chaffetz, 
Elhame Shala, left, and husband Raif greet former President Bill Clinton after his speech on Oct. 11 in Safety Harbor.

Albanian family thanks Bill Clinton for helping bring them to America

It was 1999 when the Shala family first met Bill Clinton....


Bucs gunners again forced rare turnover on special teams

Positions on special-teams units aren't as well known as "quarterback" and "linebacker," but the last two Bucs games have shown how much of a game-changing difference can come from gunners battling jammers in punt coverage....


Graham McTavish as The Saint of Killers on Preacher.

Graham McTavish talks 'Outlander,' 'The Hobbit' and being a secret writer before Megacon Tampa

In the past four years, Graham McTavish has been a Dwarf, an 18th century Scottish Highlander and a gun-slinging murderous cowboy....