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Home prices keep climbing in may sales

The increases are not nearly as dramatic as they were early in the year in Hillsborough and Pinellas counties, but home prices continue to rise throughout the Tampa Bay area. Business, 4B

State Senate race divides Tampa Bay

Democrats on both sides of the bay are lining up with their hometown candidates for District 19. Local, 1B

Uber back in court against the PTC

The company argues that the Hillsborough Public Transportation Commission is trying to impose old regulations. Local, 1B

DUI driver guilty of holiday deaths

Jurors convict a man who barreled into a couple driving home from a Thanksgiving gathering. Local, 1B

Rays lose seventh game in a row

Tampa Bay falls 6-1 to the Indians, and things won't get any easier. Sports, 1C

Trump calls Clinton a 'world-class liar'

He attacks her ethics and judgment. Meanwhile, she meets with House Democrats. Nation, 2A

Britain's defining vote comes today

Final polls show Britons almost exactly split on whether to leave the EU. Daily Briefing, 3A

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  1. No. 21 USF Bulls roll over Temple to stay undefeated


    TAMPA — They emerged from Raymond James Stadium's southwest tunnel on the 11-month anniversary of their public humiliation at Temple.

    Bulls tailback Darius Tice, who rushes for 117 yards, is elated by his 47-yard run for a touchdown in the second quarter for a 10-0 lead.
  2. Fennelly: USF thrashes Temple to stay unbeaten; too bad not many saw it in person



    No. 21 USF ran its record to 4-0 Thursday night with some payback against Temple, a 43-7 trouncing, no contest, as if anyone cares, at least judging by the paltry crowd at Raymond James Stadium. Where was everybody?

    Bulls cornerback Deatrick Nichols (3) celebrates with teammates after making a defensive play during the first half.
  3. Former Ray Tim Beckham's over being traded, or is he?

    The Heater

    BALTIMORE — As the Rays reunited Thursday with Tim Beckham for the first time since he was dealt July 31 to Baltimore, it became very clear that not everything in assessing the trade is as it appears.

    Tim Beckham, here in action Monday against the Red Sox, has hit .310, with 10 homers and 26 RBIs since going to the Orioles.
  4. Bucs probe how to fix deep-ball chances missed vs. Bears


    TAMPA — It was only minutes after the Bucs had demolished the Bears 29-7 Sunday when quarterback Jameis Winston tried one final time to connect with receiver DeSean Jackson.

    QB Jameis Winston says he’s focused on the deep-ball chances to DeSean Jackson he missed in the opener: “We left a lot out there.”
  5. Rays journal: Ugly first inning dooms Andriese, Rays against Orioles (w/video)

    The Heater

    BALTIMORE — Rays manager Kevin Cash said before Thursday's game that RHP Matt Andriese was among the pitchers who would most benefit from a strong finish to the season.

    Matt Andriese has a tough first: hits to four of first five batters, leading to three runs, the only ones he gives up in six innings