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The DayStarter: The latest in the Orlando shootings, Father's Day ideas for foodies and an international Cuban sandwich bulletin

Today's weather should look pretty much like yesterday's, according to 10Weather WTSP. Scattered showers with highs near 90.

• We will be updating our ongoing coverage of the Orlando nightclub shootings throughout the day. Our live blog is a one-spot stop to see what our reporters and photographers are learning.

• Police were investigating a shooting Tuesday morning in St. Petersburg that left a teenage boy in critical condition. At 1:18 a.m., according to a 15-year-old boy was in critical condition after what detectives were treating as a drive-by attack.

Kanye West is coming to Tampa. The enigmatic rapper, producer, designer and Kardashian affiliate has announced plans for his long-in-the-works Saint Pablo Tour, including a stop at Tampa's Amalie Arena on Sept. 14. It's one of just two dates in Florida; the other is at Miami's Amalie Arena on Sept. 16. Tickets for the Tampa appearance go on sale Saturday — or today, if you have an American Express card.

• The Hillsborough County School Board is set to meet at 3 p.m. Follow Marlene Sokol on Twitter (@Marlenesokol) for updates.

• Remember that adorable couple in Korea who opened a Tampa Sandwich Bar complete with a house Cuban even though they've never set foot here? A couple of Tampa Bay Times readers who happened to be traveling in Seoul earlier this month volunteered to be what we have dubbed "foreign Cuban sandwich correspondents." Read what they foundwhen they tried some Tampa Seoul food.

• For Father's Day our food editor has some ideas for ways to bring the grilling indoors, away from the heat and the bugs. We've got some recipes and tips to welcome Dad into the air conditioning while you prepare outdoor favorites inside.

• Here are the top things to do today around Tampa Bay, including $1 family movies at Regal theaters and an "Aloha to summer" party in Madeira Beach.

• The Bucs have minicamp today, Wednesday and Thursday. Check out reports from beat writers Rick Stroud and Greg Auman at tampabay.com/bucs.

An injured person is escorted out of the Pulse nightclub after a shooting rampage early Sunday in Orlando. [Associated Press]

An injured person is escorted out of the Pulse nightclub after a shooting rampage early Sunday in Orlando. [Associated Press]

The DayStarter: The latest in the Orlando shootings, Father's Day ideas for foodies and an international Cuban sandwich bulletin 06/14/16 [Last modified: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 8:35am]
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