Crist ad violates Pinellas County School District's rules

ST. PETERSBURG — Strolling toward the double doors of St. Petersburg High School, gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist says, "This isn't just a doorway to a school. It was my doorway, as a …

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Dramatic video: Two women survive being run over by train

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — A video camera captured the terrifying plight of two women as a freight train bore down on them while they walked along an 80-foot-high railroad bridge. The women …

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    David Price told reporters after Wednesday's game that he would be out golfing today with his phone in his bag.

    Trade deadline update: Price expecting to stay

    DEVELOPING: With the 4 p.m. deadline for nonwaiver trades finally approaching, the Rays are heading toward decision time on trading ace LHP David Price, as well as INF/OF Ben Zobrist and possibly others....

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    Regulators modify pot rule to allow dispensaries to sell statewide

    MarijuanaFive medical marijuana dispensaries will be allowed to sell their product statewide under a new rule proposed by state regulators, but to avoid litigation regulators will pick the nurseries that will operate the new industry by lottery, Florida officials said Wednesday....

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    Former Times journalist Brendan Watson makes a good point in today's letters to the editor

    The Times article stated, "The gun accidentally fired and shot Katherine Hoover in the head, according to the Hernando County Sheriff's Office." Beyond the poor use of the passive voice, this sentence represents a common mistake in news coverage of accidental shootings: Guns do not mysteriously fire themselves. They do not have the agency to be responsible for killing someone. Accidentally or not, a person fired that gun. Click....

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