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I-75 closes for hours after 2 trucks collide

Both southbound lanes of I-75 are expected to be open this morning after closures Thursday as a result of two trucks crashing and bursting into flames just north of State Road 56 in Pasco County. Local, 1B

1 killed during police pursuit

One person dies after a car crashes into a tree during a police chase in St. Petersburg. Local, 1B

Insolvent insurer put in receivership

Hundreds of Universal Health Care jobs are at risk after a judge approves a state takeover of the Medicare insurer. Local, 1B

Elevator death inquiry goes on

Surveillance videos show the last moments of a Pennsylvania man who died at Tampa International Airport. Local, 1B

Memorial to honor local soldier's life

The family of a Dunedin native killed in Afghanistan will hold a service this weekend. Local, 1B

Big bang photo yields surprises

Astronomers release a picture of the universe showing it to be older then previously thought. Daily Briefing, 4A

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