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This rendering shows a design for One Tampa, a proposed 633-foot, 311-unit residential tower at 507 N Ashley Drive that would be the tallest skyscraper on Florida's Gulf Coast.
One Tampa would stand 633 feet, more than 9 percent taller than the city’s current tallest building.
Port Tampa Bay has cited security and liability concerns, but agreed to report on feasibility.
That and other lapses plague state oversight of the property insurance market as lawmakers prepare for a special session.
Prices are expected to continue going up because of factors including higher demand during the summer driving season.

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  1. USF business college dean Moez Limayem, center, signs agreements on May 17, 2022, with leaders of Aramark and Mainsail Lodging and Development to provide training for USF hospitality school students. At left is Julianne Corlew, vice president and business partner of Mainsail. At right is David Vandenberg, regional vice president of Aramark.
  2. OnSite nurse Joan Diehl prepares COVID-19 vaccinations at the Strawberry Festival Fairgrounds, one of the vaccination distribution sites in Hillsborough County, in Plant City on Jan. 6, 2021. The county announced the same day it had fired OnSite after residents complained about the scheduling system. The company is now suing Hillsborough County for $50 million, contending it was illegally terminated.
  3. The St. Pete Pier at night.
  4. Walmart reported stronger sales for the fiscal first quarter, but its profits took a beating as the nation’s largest retailer grappled with surging inflation on food and fuel and higher costs from a still snarled global supply chain.
  5. A gate secures the waterfront side of Port Tampa Bay's cruise ship Terminal 2, which is used by cruise ships about 30 days a year. Downtown boosters hope to see it open to the public when not in use.
  6. This rendering shows a design for One Tampa, a proposed 633-foot, 311-unit residential tower at 507 N Ashley Drive that would be the tallest skyscraper on Florida's Gulf Coast.
  7. U.S. regulators on Tuesday authorized a COVID-19 booster shot for healthy 5- to 11-year-olds, hoping an extra vaccine dose will enhance their protection as infections once again creep upward. The orange-capped vial is the actual vaccine. The green vial is the diluent.
  8. The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in Florida reached $4.50 on Monday, and more price hikes could be coming.
  9. Franchise partners Eric Taylor, left, and Antonio McBroom, right, outside the Midtown Tampa Ben & Jerry’s when it was under construction in 2021. The childhood pals are part of a partnership that owns 10 stores in six states.
  10. Florida requires financial ‘autopsies’ on property insurers that could help get to the bottom of the state's insurance crisis. But many state officials and trade groups didn't know they existed.
  11. A surf and turf burger is served at The Helm, a new seafood market and restaurant in St. Pete Beach.
  12. President Joe Biden speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington on Friday during an event to highlight state and local leaders who are investing American Rescue Plan funding.
  13. Moez Limayem, longtime dean of USF's Muma College of Business, was selected as the University of North Florida's seventh president.
  14. Clearwater is one of 27 towns or cities in Florida that own a natural gas utility, and Clearwater Gas is the fourth-largest of the municipally owned systems.
  15. The new Michelin Guide Florida will be revealed on June 9 during a live ceremony. Rooster and the Till in Seminole Heights, shown above, is one of the Tampa restaurants that could be recognized by the elite guide.
  16. A JetBlue airplane is shown at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, March 16, 2017.  JetBlue is going hostile in its bid for Spirit Airlines and asking shareholders of the low-cost carrier to reject a proposed $2.9 billion acquisition by Frontier Airlines. JetBlue is going straight to shareholders of the Florida airline in hopes of pushing its board to the negotiating table. Shares of spirit jumped 17% before the opening bell Monday, May 16, 2022.
  17. Tampa telecommunications firm Syniverse has closed on a $750 million investment from San Francisco's Twilio, giving Twilio a minority stake in the company.
  18. St. Petersbug's First Home Bank announced Monday it was changing its name to BayFirst.
  19. A McDonald's restaurant is seen in the center of Dmitrov, a Russian town north of Moscow, in 2014. McDonald’s says it's started the process of selling its Russian business, which includes 850 restaurants that employ 62,000 people.
  20. Hospitals are not required to report most drug mix-ups, so many incidents go unreported.
  21. Dominique Dudley, 31, gives a 7-ounce filled bottle to her 6-month-old son Amir at their St. Petersburg home on Thursday. His mother switched from breastfeeding to baby formula in January because she wasn’t able to pump during the day due to work. But now Amir's parents and parents across the country are grappling with the national baby formula shortage.
  22. A staff worker hand rolls and fills pierogi at a house in St. Petersburg on March 2, 2022. Pierogi Bar is a Ukrainian cottage kitchen that will soon open its own restaurant on Central Avenue.
  23. Florida gas prices were above the national average, according AAA auto club, which cited a series of factors.
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