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Two rounds complete, two to go: The Lightning is halfway to a Stanley Cup after dispatching the Red Wings and Islanders in the opening two rounds of the playoffs.
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Getting more while paying less? Experts say Walmart is turning Tampa Bay law enforcement into private security.
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"As Tampa Bay's largest news organization, we take seriously our role to help lead these public conversations and advocate for the region. We have added space and a broader range of views to the opinion pages." – Tampa Bay Times editorial board
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Neighbors, the local Crime Watch Association, and even a city council member say the canopy is fine. But St. Pete's top zoning official says the custom carport's gotta go.
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With what is said to be the largest wine list in the country, Bern's took home the top prize for wine, further cementing the renown spot's reputation.
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A new wave of specialty organic competitors are next to threaten Florida's homegrown grocery store chain. But can they succeed?
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Expect to read more about these bay area business leaders in 2016 as they continue to raise the economic bar. Did you (or your boss) make the list?
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VA medical centers, clinics, pharmacies and benefit centers, including the Pinellas facility, commit thousands of privacy violations each year – violations likes mailing hundreds of pages of mental health records to the wrong veteran.
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Years of neglect turned five elementary schools in south St. Petersburg into some of the worst in Florida – and families who can’t afford to move are trapped.
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A new poll of registered voters in Pinellas and Hillsborough reveals that three-quarters support a state constitutional amendment to legalize medical marijuana.
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