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WOMEN WERE ARGUING OVER LOVE TRIANGLE WHEN CAR HITS, KILLS THEM
An argument arising from a love triangle ended tragically when three women who had parked their cars in the middle of a road were struck by another car, killing two and injuring the third, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said. Tanaysha Troutman, 28, of Tampa, and Victoria Patten, 33, of Brandon were in one car and Stephanie Jordan, 38, of Gibsonton, was in another when they stopped their vehicles in a median turn lane along Providence Road, south of Providence Lakes Boulevard, around 10:30 p.m. Sunday, the Sheriff's Office said. They were struck by a 2005 Hyundai driven by Guillermo R. Ruiz, 22, of Wesley Chapel.
ROY MOORE THREATENS LAWSUIT, SEEKS TO REFOCUS CAMPAIGN
Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama sought to refocus his campaign on the conservative religious ideals most likely to motivate his base voters, dismissing the national firestorm over allegations of sexual misconduct while Breitbart News worked to discredit his accusers. Addressing a gathering at the Huntsville Christian Academy in Huntsville, Alabama, on Sunday night, the former judge suggested that he was investigating his accusers, threatened to sue the Washington Post and called on the United States to restore its culture by going "back to God."
TAMPA BAY GAS PRICES JUMP 25 CENTS IN A WEEK
On the heels of an already significant bump in price, Tampa Bay gas soared another 25 cents per gallon since last week. Pumps in Tampa Bay averaged $2.51 per gallon Monday, up from $2.26 per gallon just a week ago. The significant increase happened because of a few reasons: higher-priced crude oil; a slight dip in U.S. oil production; and fewer domestic oil rigs in operation.
LIGHTNING'S VLADISLAV NAMESTNIKOV IS ON FIRE
You thought stopping Nikita Kucherov and Steven Stamkos was tough enough? Now Vladislav Namestnikov is rolling. The Russian wing scored Sunday for the fourth time in the Lightning's three-game California sweep. His nine goals are one shy of last season's total. He might be playing the best hockey of his career.
TAYLOR SWIFT COMING TO RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM
Taylor Swift is returning to Raymond James Stadium next Aug. 14, it was announced today. It is one of two tour dates in Florida; the other is at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium on Aug. 14. Tickets to the Tampa show are being sold through Ticketmaster's Verified fan program, which means you must sign up and log in with your Ticketmaster account to "get in line" for the chance to buy tickets through Nov. 28.