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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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