Frank Pastor, Digital Editor

Frank Pastor

Digital Editor

Whether you realize it or not, you interact with me throughout much of the day. I'm the voice behind the Times Sports Twitter and Facebook accounts, as well as our Bucs Cannon Fodder and Lightning Strikes! Facebook groups. I prepare the sports email newsletters that appear in your inbox and news alerts that go to your phones. And on game days, I curate the live blogs that appear on tampabay.com. When I'm not promoting my colleagues' content, I'm creating my own, leaning on my 20-plus years of experience as a reporter and editor to find stories that are worth your attention or giving you a different perspective into ones we're already talking about. Though I'm a Pittsburgh native and Notre Dame graduate, I've spent the past 20 years in Tampa Bay and have set down roots here. I've started a family, and we, too, now share your passion for the Bucs, Rays, Lightning, Rowdies and more.

News at noon: Does U.S. women’s soccer team bring in more revenue but get paid less than men? the top 10 most expensive homes sold in Tampa Bay in June; and more

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Rabies alert issued for Walt Disney World Resort's Epcot theme park

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A feral cat that was found near the park tested positive for the disease.

News at noon: David Price’s beloved French bulldog has died: Five things to know about Astro; climate change is going to cost Florida a lot of money; and more

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David Price’s beloved French bulldog has died: Five things to know about Astro

David Price poses in the Rays dugout with his dog, Astro, before a 2013 game at Tropicana Field. [JAMES BORCHUCK | Times]
He received the key to the city of Tampa and was the subject of several team giveaways. Most of all, he was just good company.

Woman, 50, struck and killed when she steps in front of pickup on Seminole Boulevard

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Ann Marie Musolf had been walking on a sidewalk just before the collision, 9:30 p.m. Tuesday.