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Ghouls gather for fall haunts

trump backs stop-and-frisk police policy

The legality of the practice has been challenged, and New York City has dropped it, but the Republican presidential candidate called for the tactic to be used nationwide. Nation, 8A

Clinton focuses on disabled voters

In Orlando, the Democratic nominee appeals to disabled people and their families. Nation, 8A

Cross-Bay Ferry details unveiled

Departure times, fares and amenities are available for commuters and day trippers. Local, 1B

29,603-mile record falls, day-by-day

Amanda Coker breaks the women's world record for highest annual mileage on a bicycle. Local, 1B

Commissioner sets stadium plan goal

A Hillsborough County official involved in the talks hopes to have a baseball stadium plan for his colleagues to discuss within six months. Local, 1B

Federal Reserve leaves rates alone

The Fed leaves its benchmark interest rate unchanged, pressing ahead with its economic stimulus campaign. Business, 4B

Hamstring hobbles Bucs running back

Doug Martin, the NFL's second-leading rusher last season, could miss three games. Sports, 1C

Ghouls gather for fall haunts 09/21/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, September 21, 2016 10:25pm]
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    Soccer

    PITTSBURGH — The Rowdies lost their first USL game in nearly a month, 1-0 to Pittsburgh on Thursday night.

  2. Trump reveals that he didn't record Comey after all

    Politics

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump declared Thursday he never made and doesn't have recordings of his private conversations with ousted former FBI director James Comey, ending a monthlong guessing game that he started with a cryptic tweet and that ensnared his administration in yet more controversy.

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    Lightning Strikes

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  4. Investigation Discovery TV show profiles 2011 Landy Martinez murder case

    Crime

    The murder of a St. Petersburg man will be featured this week on a new true crime series Murder Calls on Investigation Discovery.

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  5. Uhuru mayoral candidate Jesse Nevel protests exclusion from debate

    Blogs

    ST. PETERSBURG — Jesse Nevel, the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement candidate for mayor, on Thursday demanded that he be allowed to participate in a July 25 televised debate between incumbent Mayor Rick Kriseman and challenger Rick Baker.

    Mayoral candidate Jesse Nevel holds a news conference outside the headquarters of the Tampa Bay Times on Thursday to protest his exclusion from the mayoral debate. Nevel is a member of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement.