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SUMMER CONCERT PREVIEW

SAY SO LONG TO BRIGHT HOUSE, HELLO CHARTER

It will be a few months before Bright House Networks customers notice, but Charter Communications is now the Tampa Bay area's largest Internet and cable TV provider. Local, 1B

Animal shelter reduces kill rate

The Hillsborough Animal Services Department is close to its goal of saving nine of every 10 animals it takes in. Local, 1B

Jobs, jobs, jobs; so what gives?

For all the self-promotion, not one Florida city ranks as one of the nation's 25 best cities to find jobs and satisfaction. Robert Trigaux, 6B

Buddy Brew takes java to Hyde Park

The new location opens Saturday, with hopes that it will ease crowding at the shop on Kennedy. Business, 6B

Labor Department expands overtime

The annual salary threshold at which companies can deny overtime pay will double from $23,660 to nearly $47,500. Business, 6B

Boko Haram's victims shunned

Suspicion rages against anyone who has lived alongside the militant group — even girls who were held hostage. World, 4A

Sanders' defiance strains Democrats

The dispute over an unruly Nevada convention has tested the patience of Democratic leaders. Nation, 2A

Benghazi panel: The House select committee is on track to deliver a final report during the height of the campaign. Nation, 2A

Rays sweep Jays with 6-3 victory

Logan Morrison, Desmond Jennings and Kevin Kiermaier homer. Sports, 4C

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SUMMER CONCERT PREVIEW 05/18/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 18, 2016 11:11pm]
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  1. A week later, the lengthy, costly rebuilding plan for the Pasco sinkhole begins

    Public Safety

    LAND O'LAKES — A week after a massive sinkhole opened in Pasco County, county officials have begun planning the long-term cleanup, which could take months and millions of dollars.

    A sinkhole in Land O'Lakes, Fla., is seen Wednesday, July 19, 2017. The sinkhole ?‘ already one of the largest in Pasco County in decades ?‘ measures about 235 feet in width and 50 feet in depth, with the potential to expand further.
  2. Dade City's Wild Things blocks PETA officials at gates for court-ordered site inspection

    Wildlife

    Times Staff Writer

    DADE CITY — Dade City's Wild Things founder Kathy Stearns refused to let People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals officials enter her facility on Thursday for a court-ordered inspection, court filings show.

    Dade City's Wild Things founder Kathy Stearns refused to let People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals officials enter her facility on Thursday for a court-ordered inspection, court filings show. This comes four days after 19 Wild Things tigers arrived at the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park in Oklahoma. A judge had granted an emergency injunction July 14, ordering Stearns not remove any tigers pending the upcoming PETA inspection. Photo from Facebook page of the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park in Oklahoma.
  3. St. Petersburg City Council approves $326 million sewage fix

    Blogs

    ST. PETERSBURG — Last week the City Council learned no criminal charges would result from the up to 200 million gallons of sewage St. Petersburg's sewer system released from …

    [LARA CERRI  |  Times]
  4. Pasco commuters watch out: Broken water main restricts State Road 52

    Public Safety

    NEW PORT RICHEY — A water main break has caused a portion of State Road 52 — one of the busiest roads in Pasco County — to buckle on Thursday afternoon, reducing three lanes of westbound traffic to just one.

  5. Police identify man who drove along Clearwater Beach sand

    Public Safety

    CLEARWATER — Clearwater Police have identified the Pinellas Park man who they said drove his car over beach chairs and umbrellas along Clearwater Beach and streamed it on Facebook on Thursday afternoon.

    Clearwater Police took a suspect into custody Thursday afternoon after he drove along Clearwater Beach to Caladesi Island, running over beach chairs and umbrellas. [Courtesy of Clearwater Police]