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Source: 2013 Scarborough Report (r1 2/12-1/13)

  1. Fashion designer Michael Kors building home on Longboat Key

    Real Estate

    LONGBOAT KEY — There are Michael Kors stores in Tampa, Ellenton and Sarasota.

  2. Wednesday's sports on TV/radio

    TV and Radio


    College basketball
    North Carolina vs. ButlernoonESPN2
    Oklahoma vs. UCLA2 p.m.ESPN2
    Missouri vs. Chaminade2:30 p.m.ESPNU
    BYU vs. …
  3. U.S.-led raid rescues eight held in Yemen


    WASHINGTON — In a predawn raid on Tuesday, U.S. Special Operations commandos and Yemeni troops rescued eight hostages being held in a cave in a remote part of eastern Yemen by al-Qaida's affiliate there, officials from both countries said.

  4. Standing against domestic violence

    Flournoy won't replace Hagel


    3-D printer makes part in space

    The first 3-D printer delivered to the International Space Station two months ago made a sample replacement part for itself this week. Station commander Butch Wilmore removed the small plastic creation from the printer Tuesday, a day after its manufacture. About 20 objects will be …

    Tbilisi, Georgia Standing against domestic violence Demonstrators rally outside government headquarters on Tuesday to highlight the problem of violence against women. The rally was part of International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, which was marked around the world.
  5. EPA to propose stricter standard on ozone emissions



    EPA to propose stricter standard on ozone emissions

    Italian doctor contracts Ebola An Italian air force KC 767 plane is parked on the tarmac near Rome Tuesday as personnel in biohazard suits wait to disembark a doctor who tested positive for the Ebola virus. The Health Ministry said an Italian doctor working in Sierra Leone was transferred to Rome for treatment. The ministry said the doctor works for the nongovernmental organization Emergency. It is Italy’s first confirmed case of Ebola.
  6. Martin Jewelers keeps ticking after 60 years


    BRANDON — A three-year promise to his father has turned into a lifelong passion for Freddie "Joe" Martin Jr., the oldest of Fred Martin's eight children.

    Freddie Martin, who died in 1969, founded Martin’s Jewelers as a watch repair business out of his Brandon home in 1954. 
  7. Girls basketball: Wiregrass Ranch 62, Academy of the Holy Names 35


    TAMPA — Last week Amanda Melosky missed a Wiregrass Ranch basketball practice because she had a soccer game for her Greater Tampa Bay Football Club team. Wiregrass Ranch protocol meant she had to miss the first half of the Bulls' game against Academy of the Holy Names on Tuesday night.

  8. Boys basketball: Jesuit 71, Shorecrest 50


    ST. PETERSBURG — Jesuit was well aware of what happened last season when it let Shorecrest rally for a one-point win.

  9. Jimmy Fallon demands fancy, Art Deco marquee at 30 Rock


    Jimmy Fallon must be feeling really, really cool right now. Either that or he’s in serious pain from pinching himself for the last few days.

    Why, you are dying to know?

  10. St. Petersburg Museum of History's "Hot Havana Nights" sizzles

    Human Interest


    With authentic music from Ybor City's Orquesta Infinidad, and food from Parkshore Grill, the St. Petersburg Museum of History's "Hot Havana Nights" fundraiser also offered spectacular nighttime views of the city's waterfront from inside historic Hangar 1 at Albert Whitted Airport.

    David Jezek, president and CEO of the YMCA of Greater St. Petersburg, left, with Bob Ulrich, former St. Petersburg mayor.