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ST. petersburg moves forward with pot fines

As early as May, a City Council vote could make St. Petersburg the second major city in Tampa Bay to decriminalize minor marijuana possession with a fine instead of jail. Local, 1B

Waterfront rentals to rise in Tampa

Seazen, a 323-unit waterfront apartment community in the Rocky Point area, will go up on the site of the Chart House. Business, 4B

Court strikes down workers' comp law

The ruling against limits on attorney fees is a win for workers and a defeat for businesses. Local, 1B

Clash resumes over insurance job

The rift between Gov. Rick Scott and Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater over the next insurance commissioner could come to a head today. Local, 1B

2-year-old's body found in creek

Clayton Foskey had wanderered away from his family's home Wednesday night in Pasco County. Local, 1B

A Publix career: bag boy to VP

Tom McLaughlin, 65, is retiring after leaving his mark on the Publix shopper experience. Business, 4B

No more Spaghetti Warehouse in Ybor

The president of the restaurant's parent company talks about the decision to leave and reopen elsewhere in Tampa Bay. Business, 4B

Biden travels to troubled Iraq

The vice president arrives to help calm the country's chaotic politics. World, 2A

Boehner calls Cruz Lucifer in the flesh

The former House speaker unloads on the GOP Texas senator. Nation, 2A

NFL draft | Full coverage in Sports 04/28/16 [Last modified: Thursday, April 28, 2016 10:30pm]
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    Weather

    A muggy and slightly wet day is in on tap for Tampa Bay as most of the rain sticks east of Interstate 75 in the afternoon.

    Tampa Bay's 7 day forecast. [WTSP]
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    Business

    Adios, VinikVille! Hello Water Street Tampa.

    An aerial rendering of the $3 billion redevelopment project that Jeff Vinik and Strategic Property Partners plan on 50-plus acres around Amalie Arena.
[Rendering courtesy of Strategic Property Partners]
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    Business

    TAMPA — For years, Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik and the real estate executives he employs have been dreaming how to transform 53 acres of downtown Tampa into a major hub of living, working and entertaining in the city's core.

    Strategic Property Partners announced the name of its new development: Water Street Tampa. This rendering shows the Tampa skyline with SPP's future buildings in place. [Photos courtesy of SPP]
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    Blogs

    Tampa's MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre is in the midst of a killer summer of rock (Green Day, Muse, Linkin Park) and country (Sam Hunt, Lady Antebelleum, Dierks Bentley).

    Future
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    Blogs

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