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Passengers evacuated after tire blows on takeoff at Tampa International

TAMPA — Passengers were evacuated but no injuries were reported when a tire exploded and caught fire as an airliner took off from Tampa International Airport on Monday afternoon. The f …

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Fennelly: Jose Fernandez aims to harness all his skills

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Whale shark sightings increase in Tampa Bay area (w/video)

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  1. Idaho town torn apart by sexual assault accusations against football players

    Nation

    DIETRICH, Idaho — The first child they adopted was a 2-year-old from the Marshall Islands who had rotten teeth and a large abscess covering the side of his face.

    Shelly and Tim McDaniel, back row, right, are seen with some of their adopted children. The couple have 25 children total and the family contains almost the entire black population of Dietrich, Idaho. [Photo by Rob Kuznia for the Washington Post].
  2. Rays' mistakes costly in loss to Royals

    The Heater

    KANSAS CITY — The Rays appear to have their starting pitching back in order, as Matt Andriese on Monday gave them a fourth straight strong start, working seven innings against the Royals while allowing just a pair of runs.

    And …

    And …

    The Royals’ Jarrod Dyson pops up in front of Steve Pearce after hustling into second on a double in the fifth inning.
  3. Penguins strike late to beat Sharks in Game 1

    Lightning Strikes

    PITTSBURGH — Many wondered whether Nick Bonino would even be in the Penguins' lineup for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final on Monday.

    Pittsburgh’s Nick Bonino, center, celebrates his winning goal against the Sharks during the third period.
  4. Rays to ease Brad Boxberger back into closer role

    The Heater

    KANSAS CITY — The Rays see RHP Brad Boxberger's return from the disabled list as the kind of move that will make their bullpen deeper and better.

    The Rays’ Brad Boxberger, fresh off the disabled list, is expected to be eased back into his closer’s role. He had an AL-high 41 saves last season.
  5. Boy dies after jumping from bridge in Weeki Wachee

    Public Safety

    WEEKI WACHEE

    A 16-year-old boy died after jumping from a bridge near Rogers Park on Monday.

  6. Donald Trump's Miami mega obstacle

    Blogs

    From the New York Times' look at the toughest battlegrounds for …

  7. Now Gawker has its own billionaire backer in Hulk Hogan lawsuit, sort of

    Nation

    The courtroom fight between former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan and news-and-gossip site Gawker is becoming a battleground of sorts for Silicon Valley tycoons as well.

    File - In this May 21, 1999 file photo, eBay chief executive officer Meg Whitman, left, and Pierre Omidyar, eBay’s chairman of the board, leaf through a magazine at the company’s headquarters in San Jose, Calif. The courtroom fight between former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan and news-and-gossip site Gawker is becoming a battleground for Silicon Valley tycoons as well. First Look Media, a news organization financed by Omidyar, philanthropist and the co-founder of eBay, is reaching out to other media outlets to file supportive briefs about Gawker, according to the New York Post. The briefs could be used for the site?  s appeal of a $140 million invasion-of-privacy verdict Hogan won two months ago because Gawker posted a sex tape of him. (AP Photo/Randi Lynn Beach, File) NY119
  8. Couple dies in rear-end collision in Brandon

    Accidents

    BRANDON — Two people were killed and another person severely injured Monday morning in a rear-end collision.

  9. Sky high: New York 'trophy apartment' could list for $250 million

    Real Estate

    NEW YORK — Billionaires' Row.

    That's what New York real estate experts have dubbed a lineup of a half-dozen new superluxury skyscrapers overlooking Central Park that are home to some of the world's most expensive apartments.

    The One57 tower on W 57th Street soars 90 stories up with a penthouse that went for $100.5 million.
  10. Romano: Before you graduate, don't forget the lessons of Pooh

    Human Interest

    Good morning, graduates. Glad to see you all made it.

    Writes John Romano, Think of Winnie the Pooh as a philosopher.

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Jonathan Drouin was one of the biggest stars in the postseason, with five goals and nine assists in 17 games.

Jonathan Drouin: 'I definitely want to be here'

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For starters: Rays at Royals, on a holiday night

UPDATE, 6:36: Cash said he would like to find a soft landing spot to get Boxberger involved but he will move back onto the closer's role, meaning Alex Colome, 12 for 12 in saves, will go back to 7th  or 8th inning work, and make the bullpen better overall. Colome said he has no issues with the decision, as he fully expected Boxberger to reclaim his job when healthy. Boxberger, for his part, said he is ready to go and willing to help in any role. ... Motter is at SS tonight to keep him involved, Cash said, though it's been obvious Miller's defense has been shaky recently. ... Cash said RHP Ryan Webb, put on the DL Sunday with a pec strain, is not expected to be out long. ... 2B Logan Forsythe hit off a tee for the first time today at the Trop as he eyes a mid-June return from his fractured left shoulder. ... LHP Jonny Venters continues to impress in instructional league play, hitting 93 mph today.  .. The Rays are wearing camo style caps and jerseys as part of MLB's Memorial Day tribute....

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