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The Topgolf on Palm River Road in Brandon opened in 2014. Another one is planned to open in St. Petersburg late next year.
A citizen lawsuit delayed the project that was announced in 2019.
Plenty are still working from home at least a few days a week as workplaces figure out the new normal.
Five projects in Florida — including a Clearwater bus hub and a new berth at Port Tampa Bay — are receiving $85.8 million in federal funding from new infrastructure law.
The office tower houses prominent law firms Carlton Fields and Phelps Dunbar, among others.

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  1. All 50 state attorneys general, Republicans and Democrats, have come together through a newly formed task force to go after U.S. telecommunications companies that allow robocalls originating overseas to reach their customers.
  2. Buying in bulk isn’t just for minivan-driving families with walk-in pantries.
  3. A little preventive maintenance and some other easy fixes can help keep costs down.
  4. The Topgolf on Palm River Road in Brandon opened in 2014. Another one is planned to open in St. Petersburg late next year.
  5. A tanker ship travels east under the Sunshine Skyway Bridge en route to the Port Tampa Bay on Wednesday, July 21, 2021, in St. Petersburg.
  6. Kimberly Sadler, a legal assistant, strolls through Lykes Gaslight Park while on a break from work. Sadler said employees at her office returned to working three days a week in the office this spring.
  7. The entrance to Moffit Cancer Center in Tampa.
  8. Downtown Tampa's Wells Fargo Center, at center, has been sold to New York real estate investment group the Feil Organization for an undisclosed sum.
  9. A gambler who openly celebrated winning $53,000 at the Seminole Hard Rock in Tampa, shown in this 2021 photo, was followed back to his hotel and robbed, according to a search warrant application.
  10. Gov. Ron DeSantis and Marcellus Osceola, Jr., chairman of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, pose for a photo at a signing ceremony on Friday, April 23, 2021.
  11. The price of regular unleaded gas is advertised for just under $4 a gallon at a Woodman's, Wednesday, July 20, 2022, in Menomonie Falls, Wis. Falling gas prices gave Americans a slight break from the pain of high inflation last month, though the surge in overall prices slowed only modestly from the four-decade high it reached in June.
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  13. Aerial of a mobile home community in the Homestead area, destroyed by Hurricane Andrew.
  14. Three companies have submitted bids to build the football stadium on USF's campus.
  15. MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa will host a "Shark Tank"-like innovation competition among service members and civilian employees, where the best ideas will be judged by executives from SpaceX and Google and implemented across U.S. Central Command.
  16. The Paradeco coffee shop in downtown St. Petersburg is on the shortlist for best cafe design in the Americas for 2022, the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards announced Tuesday.
  17. A hiring sign is displayed at a restaurant in Schaumburg, Ill., Friday, April 1, 2022.  More Americans applied for jobless benefits last week, reported Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022,  as the number of unemployed continues to rise modestly, though the labor market remains one of the strongest parts of the U.S. economy.
  18. A motorist fills up the tank on a sedan, on July 22, 2022, in Saratoga, Wyo. Gasoline prices are sliding back toward the $4 mark for the first time in more than five months — good news for consumers who are struggling with high prices for many other essentials.
  19. HART busses at the Marion Transit Center, 1211 N Marion St, on Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022 in Tampa.
  20. The Resilient Tampa Bay Transportation Federal Highway Administration Pilot Project examined the region’s vulnerability to potential extreme weather and provided strategies to meet and recover from those impacts. Among the project’s findings was that 115 miles of critical roads in the county are vulnerable to storm surge and inland flooding.
  21. Executive Director Rui Farias stands in front of a sign for the exhibit, Building the Sunshine City, at the St. Petersburg Museum of History. The museum is offering $6 admission on Sundays through the end of August.
  22. Al Burns Jr., PSTA director of procurement, looks at what the Bay Pines VA booth has to offer at the PSTA Career Fair on Wednesday in St. Petersburg.
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