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Allegiant flight from St. Pete-Clearwater makes emergency landing in Birmingham


India giant Wipro's $460 million deal for HealthPlan Services spotlights area tech firms

A major tech company in India just agreed to buy a Tampa health care IT firm for a healthy $460 million in a deal that shows Tampa Bay's rising technology market is very much on the global radar. …


Kriseman picks Tampa firm to operate Pier District

ST. PETERSBURG — Mayor Rick Kriseman has picked the firm he wants to manage the new $66 million Pier District when it opens in 2018. In a memo Thursday, Kriseman said Colliers Internat …


  1. PolitiFact: Why Donald Trump is wrong about the unemployment rate


    During his victory speech after the New Hampshire primary, Donald Trump repeated a claim he'd made several times before.

    Addressing his supporters after winning the New Hampshire primary, Donald Trump made an absurd claim on unemployment rates — “I even heard recently 42 percent.” Is there a plausible calculation that can get us to 42 percent? In a word, no.
  2. Want to virtually walk through Diagon Alley? With the Florida Attraction Finder, you can


    Imagine being able to experience the rush of Falcon's Fury at Busch Gardens before even setting foot inside the Tampa amusement park.

  3. Allegiant flight from St. Pete-Clearwater makes emergency landing in Birmingham


    An Allegiant Air flight from St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport bound for Omaha, Neb., made an emergency landing in Birmingham, Ala., this morning because of an "electrical odor," according to a passenger and multiple media reports.

  4. Is a JW Marriott hotel in Clearwater Beach's future?


    CLEARWATER — Is a condo hotel under the JW Marriott name — one of the world's top luxury hotel brands — going up on Clearwater Beach?

    Renderings for a proposed 202-room hotel with 166 regular hotel rooms and 36 condos on Clearwater Beach.
  5. A behind-the-scenes look at the estate sale business


    For collectors, antique dealers and garden-variety bargain hunters, there are few happier ways to spend an hour or two than hitting an estate sale. On almost every weekend in the Tampa Bay area you can find a house somewhere with dozens of people impatiently waiting for the door to open and the thrill of the hunt to …

    Cadden prices items before a recent estate sale on Snell Isle. She says she does research on eBay and other online sites, but often she just knows what people will pay for something.