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

  1. Oil prices fall as OPEC leaves production quotas unchanged


    VIENNA — The oil cartel OPEC decided Thursday not to cut petroleum production despite the plunge in prices in recent months that has indicated the diminishing clout of the organization.

    Saudi Arabia’s oil minister Ali al-Naimi could only say “The power of consensus will prevail.’’
  2. Friday's sports on TV/radio

    TV and Radio


    College basketball
    Kansas vs. TennesseenoonESPN; 620-AM
    New Orleans at Texas A&M1 p.m.SEC
    Butler vs. Georgetown2 p.m.ESPN
    Santa …
  3. Solutions: Dealing with advertising on email

    Personal Tech

    I have an HP Pavilion notebook with Windows 7, IE11 and Roadrunner for email. My problem is Bright House is allowing ads on my email login form and also my email menu listings in-box. Bright House says it can't block the ads, that I need a third-party ad blocker program. I have the ad-blocker box unchecked in my …

  4. Holiday wish list of Tampa Bay's playoff football teams


    Rabid shoppers will converge on area malls today for the latest high-tech gizmos and gadgets — all at slashed prices, of course. But on high school football fields around Tampa Bay and beyond, players won't be entertaining dreams of steals and stocking stuffers. Instead, they're focused on attaining a little …

    A shiny green bow isolated on a white background.
  5. Playoff football: Profiling the home teams


    Region finals

    7A: Fort Myers (12-0) at East Lake (12-0)

  6. McCoy, Eagles run over Cowboys


    ARLINGTON, Texas — LeSean McCoy threw open his arms just before crossing the goal line on a touchdown run that essentially put away another big win over the Cowboys.

    The Eagles’ LeSean McCoy, who rushes for a game-high 159 yards, breaks the tackle of Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain en route to a 38-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.
  7. USF medical school's proposed move to downtown Tampa part of a trend


    TAMPA — The University of South Florida is not alone in its ambitions to build a medical school in the heart of a city.

    The University of South Florida wants to incorporate its new Morsani College of Medicine with its Heart Health Institute, a new venture proposed for this downtown Tampa location.
  8. Sports in Brief



    invaders interrupt tottenham win

    Tottenham qualified for the knockout stage of the Europa League on Thursday after beating visiting Partizan Belgrade 1-0 in a match that was briefly suspended because of three separate pitch invasions. Tottenham's victory, secured by Benjamin …

  9. Taliban suicide bombing of British Embassy vehicle kills six


    KABUL, Afghanistan — A suicide bomber in a car packed with explosives struck a British Embassy vehicle Thursday, killing six people, including a British civilian security officer, and wounding more than 34.

    Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has moved to boost foreign cooperation.
  10. Self-defense argument made in drug deal murder case


    LARGO — The drug dealer and the addict argued over a rock of crack cocaine, and it ended when the dealer shot his customer.

    Byron Jackson, 33, is charged with first-degree murder during a 
drug deal.