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NEWS AT NOON: OUR GUIDE TO TODAY’S LATEST


Fate of Jack Kerouac's St. Pete house in limbo with death of executor

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

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Tampa's new Jewish Community Center creates parking problem, neighbors say

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How the Tim Beckham spring turnaround could pay off for Rays

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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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Movie Planner: 'The Last Word,' 'Life,' 'CHiPs' and 'Power Rangers'

Movie Planner: 'The Last Word,' 'Life,' 'CHiPs' and 'Power Rangers'

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  1. Yoho, DeSantis at Freedom Caucus meeting with Trump

    Blogs

    WASHINGTON - At least two Florida Republicans, Reps. Ted Yoho and Ron DeSantis, are at the White House at this hour meeting with President Trump on plans to change the American Health Care Act.

    Freedom Caucus members meeting with President Trump
  2. Members of the Florida Legislative Black Caucus, led by Sen. Perry Thurston, D-Lauderhill, call on Gov. Rick Scott to rescind an executive order removing the Orange-Osceola state attorney from a case after she said she would not seek the death penalty. [Michael Auslen | Times/Herald]
  3. Body-cam video shows deputy using stun gun to stop Pasco man attempting to flee drug arrest

    Crime

    Pasco County deputies used a stun gun Wednesday night to stop a Hudson man who attempted to flee a drug arrest after he was pulled over for running a stop sign.

    Pasco County deputies used a stun gun on March 22, 2017, to stop a Hudson man who attempted to flee a drug arrest after he was pulled over for running a stop sign. Crews for the Spike TV show "Cops" were filming a segment as a deputy's body camera documented the arrest, which occurred around 11:50 p.m. after 34-year-old Cameron Ajax Jones was pulled over at Oakley Avenue and U.S. 19 in Bayonet Point. [Pasco CountySheriff's Office]
  4. NFL draft podcast: Greg and Riley Auman on linebackers

    Blogs

    Times beat reporter Greg Auman and his son, Riley, break down the linebackers in the NFL Draft in this episode of our Bucs Cannon Fodder podcast. They also talk about the Bucs adding kicker …

    Riley, left, and Greg Auman discuss the linebackers in the upcoming NFL draft.
  5. 'Trump Troubadour,' who attended 45 Trump rallies to honor his late son, feels 'betrayed' because of health care

    National

    The grieving father stood with his guitar and his cowboy hat in the cold, crowded lines for hours, driving to towns big and small in nearly every corner of the country.

    Kraig Moss, then a supporter of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, walks by a truck with a Trump painting in which he was touring Iowa on Jan. 28, 2016, in Des Moines, Iowa. Moss now feels Trump has betrayed him with the Republican health care bill. [Photo by Brendan Hoffman | Getty Images]
  6. U.S. new home sales rise despite higher mortgage rates

    Real Estate

    WASHINGTON — Americans responded to higher mortgage rates by snapping up new homes in February at the fastest pace since July.

    In this 2015 file photo, new homes are under construction and for sale in Charlotte, N.C. On Thursday, the Commerce Department reports on sales of new homes in February. 
[Associated Press]
  7. At 100, Tampa's opera king Anton Coppola celebrates a life's work

    Stage

    Anton Coppola was 10 when they died in the electric chair.

    Maestro Anton Coppola conducts during a rehearsal in Morsani Hall at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. He will be conducting a concert to celebrate his 100th birthday at the Straz on Saturday. EVE EDELHEIT   |   Times
  8. Bauers, Gillaspie among those sent back to minor league camp

    Blogs

     

    Jake Bauers had an impressive camp, batting .353 with a .439 on-base percentage and a .824 slugging percentage with four home runs and 11 RBI.
  9. Review: Rebooted 'CHiPs' will have you speeding for the exits

    Movies

    Everything you need to know about the Hollywood reboot of CHiPs can be summarized in the first words the audience sees on the movie screen: "The California Highway Patrol does not endorse this film. At all."

    Michael Pena and Dax Shepard take over for their beloved TV counterparts  Erik Estrada and Larry Wilcox  in a groan-wrothy reboot of CHiPs. (Warner Bros.)
  10. Newly elected Madeira Beach officials say no purge of city hall planned

    Elections

    MADEIRA BEACH — If newly elected Mayor Maggie Black has anything to do with it, last week's election will not result in a 2011-style bloodbath for city employees.

    Madeira Beach Mayor elect Maggiet Black says she has no desire to fire the city manager.
Members of the Florida Legislative Black Caucus, led by Sen. Perry Thurston, D-Lauderhill, call on Gov. Rick Scott to rescind an executive order removing the Orange-Osceola state attorney from a case after she said she would not seek the death penalty.

Black caucus demands Rick Scott rescind order taking Orlando prosecutor off cop-killer case

Members of the Florida Legislative Black Caucus on Thursday called for Gov. Rick Scott to change his mind and rescind an executive order that transfered the case of a man accused of killing a police officer in Orlando away from the local state attorney after she declared she would not seek the death penalty....

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Bauers, Gillaspie among those sent back to minor league camp

The Rays reassigned INF/OF Jake Bauers, OF Johnny Field, 1B Casey Gillaspie, INF Jake Hager, 3B Patrick Leonard, OF Dayron Varona, RHP Andrew Kittredge and RHP Neil Wagner this morning to minor league camp....

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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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