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  1. See Spot relax: Pet massage gaining popularity

    Business

    PHOENIX — Spa treatments don't stop with people. You won't see any aromatherapy candles around, but animals get massages, too, and it's become a regular service that many pet owners value as more than just glorified petting.

    Shelah Barr, center, of Happy Hounds Massage gives a massage to Dewie, 2, at the home of Dewie’s owner, Laurie Ubben, 
in San Francisco. “The work I do is important for animals so they have a high quality of life,” Barr says.
  2. Lavonte David practices, may play for Bucs Sunday

    Bucs

    TAMPA — Bucs LB Lavonte David practiced for the first time in two weeks Friday, an encouraging step as he works to return from the hamstring injury that sidelined him from Sunday's loss at Chicago.

    Lavonte David (54) may return for the Bucs Sunday, which would be a boost to the defense. [Getty Images]
  3. Hedy here for Canada Report

    World

    Canada is losing some of its innocence with new armed security planned for the Parliament buildings after a terrorist gunman's deadly rampage last month.

    Jian Ghomeshi faces four counts of sex assault.
  4. Bucs return policy centers on Bobby Rainey

    Bucs

    TAMPA — Bobby Rainey is never short on confidence, so when you ask him if he's prepared to take over as the Bucs' return specialist, well, of course he is.

    Bobby Rainey has been an effective runner for the Bucs, but can he solve their return problems?  [DIRK SHADD   |   Times]
  5. Police identify St. Petersburg couple as victims in Thanksgiving day collision

    Crime

    UPDATE: The man and woman killed in the crash were Douglas Simpson, 64, and his wife Christina Simpson, 53, both of 5545 4th St. S in St. Petersburg, according to St. Petersburg Police. The two were returning home after celebrating Thanksgiving with friends, police said. More details to come as this story …

  6. Tampa police officer faces domestic battery charge

    Crime

    TAMPA — A Tampa police officer faces a simple domestic battery charge after being arrested Thursday night in an altercation with her estranged husband, records show.

  7. College football preview: Florida at No. 1 Florida State, 3:30 Saturday, ESPN, 620-AM, 1040-AM

    College

    The in-state rivals meet for the 59th time. FSU needs a win to stay among the top four in the College Football Playoff, while the Gators enter the game with a coach on the way out and wanting nothing more than to end Florida State's dream season. Jimbo Fisher is looking for his fourth win in five seasons vs. the …

  8. Talking points on USF Bulls vs. UCF Knights

    College

    Talking points

    1. A disappointing end: Twenty seniors walked off the field at Raymond James Stadium on Friday for the last time in a USF uniform. A few departed with individual accolades like Andre Davis, the program's all-time leading receiver and career touchdown leader, and kicker Marvin …

  9. Record-breaking 20th panther killed by vehicle in Collier County

    Wildlife

    Two weeks ago, when the year's 19th Florida panther was killed by a vehicle, experts warned that the all-time record would fall by New Year's Day.

    The remains of a male Florida panther, about 6 months old, that had been hit by a vehicle were collected on Friday, Nov. 28, 2014, on Golden Gate Boulevard, near the intersection with Sixth Street NE in Golden Gate Estates in Collier County. It was the 20th Florida panther killed in a crash this year, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. [USFWS photo]