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He won more games than all the team's other coaches combined. Sports, 1C

Trip to fenway starts with 7-4 loss for Rays

Rays pitcher Matt Garza kicks the mound just before being lifted during the Red Sox four-run sixth inning. Boston pulled to within a half-game of first place with the victory. Sports, 1C

• Baseball commissioner Bud Selig says the Rays need a new stadium to stay competitive. Meanwhile, a City Council member studies a referendum that could stop the plan even if voters want it. Tampa Bay, 1B

GM sheds four truck factories

The automaker attempts to reinvent itself in a world with $4-a-gallon gas. In addition to closing truck and SUV plants, a fuel-sipping small car is planned. Times 2, 6A

Budget could cut public defenders

The Pinellas-Pasco public defender says that cuts could mean his office will not be able to represent poor people charged with minor crimes. Tampa Bay, 1B

Judge denies Bollea lockup request

A judge considers the request from Nick Bollea to remove him from what Bollea says amounts to solitary confinement and give him house arrest. And the judge says no. Tampa Bay, 1B

You think it's hard to sell a home here

In Cuba, when a family needs a larger home or a couple are looking to downsize, they put their houses up "for swap." After all, you can't sell what you aren't allowed to own. World, 5A

The way to go for a good cup of joe

So much can go wrong with coffee between the bean and your cup. We go through the process step by step to head you off from any mistakes. Taste, 1E

Other ways a cell can save your life

If you don't know the name of the song you are listening to, your cell phone will. Learn about that and some of the other tricks it can do. Inside BayLink, Section F

He won more games than all the team's other coaches combined. Sports, 1C 06/03/08 [Last modified: Monday, November 1, 2010 10:20am]
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  1. Nearly 1 in 4 Tampa Bay homeowners considered equity rich

    Real Estate

    If your home is worth at least 50 percent more than you owe, you're rich — equity rich that is.

    About one in four Tampa Bay homeowners are considered "equity rich." [Associated Press file photo]
  2. Trump strategist Steve Bannon: No military solution in North Korea


    BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — President Donald Trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon says there's no military solution to the threat posed by North Korea and its nuclear ambitions, despite the president's recent pledge to answer further aggression with "fire and fury."

    Steve Bannon, chief White House strategist to President Donald Trump, has drawn fire from some of Trump's closest advisers. [Associated Press]
  3. Rays have their chances, but end up with another loss (w/video)

    The Heater

    TORONTO — The litany of games the Rays have given away this season is long enough, arguably too lengthy. So the only way to get to the postseason is make up for some of those losses by grabbing some wins when the opportunity is presented, especially at this time of year when the margin is diminished and the stakes …

    Associated Press
  4. Dunedin man accused of possessing child pornography


    DUNEDIN — A 57-year-old man was arrested Wednesday, accused of intentionally downloading child pornography, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office said.

    Richard Beal Anger, 57, of Dunedin faces 11 counts of possession of child pornography. [Courtesy of the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office]
  5. Pence cuts short Latin America trip and pressures Chile to sever all ties to North Korea


    SANTIAGO, Chile — Vice President Mike Pence is cutting short his Latin America trip by one day to return to Washington for a strategy meeting Friday at Camp David with President Donald Trump and the national security team.

    Vice President Mike Pence urged Chilean President Michelle Bachelet to take a tougher stand against North Korea on Wednesday in Santiago, Chile.