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Top 5 most discussed stories: Deadly shooting in Valrico, attendance at Tampa Bay Rays games

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a4s_james092810_142057d.jpgHere's a look at our top 5 most discussed stories today on tampabay.com. Our hot topics included the fatal shooting of a 41-year-old father in Valrico and poor attendance for Rays games at Tropicana Field. See the top 5 and some of the highest rated comments:

1. Aftermath of deadly shooting in Valrico leaves community bewildered

"This is horrible. An 8 year old watched her dad get gunned down and a family is left without a father. And for what? Nothing. A dispute between a person sticking up for kids and a grouchy old man. It's really hard not to cry just for their loss." ~ Jason A

2. Bus driver charged with manslaughter in fatal shooting on Valrico basketball court

"What type of administrative position was this BUS DRIVER given? Was there a position available for him to step into or is the school district afraid to simply step up and fire him? Look, that doesn't indict him it simply says you were there, there was a situation, a gun and a dead man. That is not something the school district can support in its employees. The private sector would never tolerate this." ~ TerriD

3. Tampa Bay Rays stars have right message but are wrong messengers

"It's evident that neither Longoria or Price studied Economics in college." ~ markfidrych

4. Tampa Bay Rays' Evan Longoria says team is embarrassed by poor attendance

"Sorry Evan, as much as I would have loved to have attended the game last night, yes it's JUST a GAME, I had other responsibilities. I had to get my boys off the bus, work on homework with them, take one to cub scouts, get him home and tuck him in." ~ poolside1

5. Woman arrested after fight at youth football game in Dunedin

"What a wonderful teaching opportunity for this mother." ~ ax2grind

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