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Tia Pittman and Stanley Peck are shown in this family photo when Pittman was pregnant with the couple's first child. Peck and Pittman were fatally shot in West Tampa on Halloween morning 2019. Courtesy Sterline Peck
Stanley Peck and Tia Pittman were excited about making new lives in Tampa. A man arrested in their slayings also faces charges of robbery in the attack.
Yesterday• Crime
A Wesley Chapel reader wants to know when Northwood Palms Boulevard will reopen.
Yesterday• Transportation
The Tampa wrestler hopes her historic match inspires girls to take new paths in a country with so many restrictions.
Nov. 6• Tampa
A building owner next to Herman Massey Park gained preliminary approval to move a proposed dog park away from her property.
Nov. 7• Tampa

LATEST

  1. Lithia Motors Inc. has acquired three dealerships from the Williams Automotive Group including Wesley Chapel Toyota near the Interstate 75 and State Road 54 interchange in Wesley Chapel. [Times (2007]
    Wesley Chapel Toyota, Wesley Chapel Honda and Tampa Honda dealerships change hands
  2. Tampa-based consumer data company Bridge is working to solve a specialty retailing problem that goes back to the end of Prohibition, and it’s getting help from venture capitalists at Florida Funders.
    Bridge specializes in providing detailed consumer data that helps producers of liquor, beer and wine target their advertising.
  3. Sam M. Gibbons federal courthouse in downtown Tampa. [Times photo]
    Federal prosecutors accused Roberta Guedes of aggravated identity theft and mail fraud related to the establishment of what they say were two bogus law firms. Guedes agreed to plead guilty last month.
  4. Cigar aficionado Kellan Webster, 48, from Conway, S.C., visits King Corona Cigars Bar and Cafe in Ybor City for the first time. The historic spot will now soon have a sister location at International Plaza. [Times (2017)] Tampa Bay Times
    The Ybor staple has been under new ownership since 2017.
  5. Andrew Morrow, 67, an Army veteran, has a place to live through Operation Reveille and the Tampa-Hillsborough Homeless Coalition. Some days, Morrow said, he would wake up crying after a night on the streets. MARTHA ASENCIO-RHINE  |  Times
    Through Operation Reveille, advocates spend the year finding housing for Hillsborough’s homeless veterans. Their numbers have fallen since it launched in 2014.
  6. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates. Tampa Bay Times
    Her Honda Accord caught fire after the crash near the North Nebraska Avenue overpass, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
  7. The pool area at ICON Harbour Island RICHARD LUBRANT  |  Related Group
    ICON Harbour Island is adjacent to the $3 billion Water Street development.
  8. On Friday, detectives quietly arrested Tyrail Kendrick and charged him with two counts of murder, one count of robbery and a count of a felon in possession of a firearm. Tampa Police Department
    Tyrail Raheem Kendrick, 26, is charged with two counts of first degree murder in the deaths of Stanley Peck and Tia Pittman.
  9. Tia Pittman and Stanley Peck are shown in this family photo when Pittman was pregnant with the couple's first child. Peck and Pittman were fatally shot in West Tampa on Halloween morning 2019. Courtesy Sterline Peck
    Stanley Peck and Tia Pittman were excited about making new lives in Tampa. A man arrested in their slayings also faces charges of robbery in the attack.
  10. Port Tampa Bay chairman Steve Swindal owns Marine Towing. Swindal is not seeking reappointment after his current term expires in February, so a port nominating committee is seeking applicants with maritime experience to recommend to Gov. Ron DeSantis, who will make the new appointment to the port's governing board. (Times file photo)
    Swindal, appointed to the port’s governing board by three different governors, is not seeking reappointment after his term expires in February.
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