Links from the Times for Jan. 16: Students watch Obama's inauguration
Renowned USF fetal surgeon heading to University of Miami
Dr. Ruben Quintero, a world-renowned University of South Florida fetal surgeon who helped turn Tampa General Hospital's gynecology department into one of the country's best, is leaving the bay area next month. | Previous coverage: USF surgeon corrects problem in the womb | Pioneering surgeon gives fetal twins a chance at life
In bay area schools, students get to watch Obama's inauguration
Come Tuesday, students all over the Tampa Bay area will get a rare treat: Teachers will tell them to put down their books and watch a little TV. Where will you watch the inauguration?
'Minutes' from a March meeting with Sansom, trustees appear
Ten months after House Speaker Ray Sansom helped arrange a secretive meeting of his hometown college's board of trustees, the "minutes" of the meeting suddenly emerged this week. | Previous coverage: The Ray Sansom controversy
Jet ditches in Hudson River; all are safe
A US Airways pilot ditched his disabled jetliner into the frigid Hudson River after a collision with birds that disabled two engines. All 155 people on board scrambled onto rescue boats. Flight 1549 was en route to Charlotte, N.C. Final destination was Seattle. | Video: Miracle on the Hudson River | Gallery: Plane plunges into Hudson River | Florida man on ferry: His first photo | His Twitter feed | Complete coverage: Get e-mail alerts and more
In farewell address, Bush says he kept the nation safe
As Americans get ready to turn the page on George W. Bush, the president offered his own first draft of history, saying that while his policies have been unpopular there can be little debate about the results: "America has gone more than seven years without another terrorist attack on our soil." | Download: 100 things you might not know about Bush's record
Today's highs to be in the 50s
Today’s highs for the region are likely to be in the high 50s, according to Bay News 9 meteorologist Julie Marquez.