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One dead in St. Petersburg shooting

ST. PETERSBURG — Police were investigating a fatal shooting early Wednesday in the area of Central Avenue and 42nd Street. The man, who has not been identified, was alive when he was …

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  1. Pinellas deputies investigating death of man in home; four nearby schools heighten security as a precaution

    Public Safety

    ST. PETERSBURG — Four schools tightened security Wednesday morning as a precaution while sheriff's deputies investigated a shooting death at a home on 58th Avenue N.

  2. No hearing for Brian Boyle over Hickey hit

    Blogs

    While Islanders coach Jack Capuano expected Lightning center Brian Boyle to be suspended for his overtime hit on Thomas Hickey, that will not be the case.

  3. One dead in St. Petersburg shooting

    Public Safety

    ST. PETERSBURG — Police were investigating a fatal shooting early Wednesday in the area of Central Avenue and 42nd Street.

     St. Petersburg Police and Pinellas Sheriff officers are investigating the scene of a deadly shooting in the area of Central Avenue and 42nd St. in St. Petersburg.
  4. London Philips, Florist Fire and Kendra Scott open at Hyde Park Village

    Retail

    London Philips, Florist Fire and Kendra Scott are the latest retailers to join the expanding Hyde Park Village in South Tampa.

  5. Aéropostale files for Ch. 11 bankruptcy protection, to close 113 stores

    Retail

    Teen clothing retailer Aéropostale filed for Ch. 11 bankruptcy protection Wednesday and announced it will close 113 stores across the United States and 41 stores in Canada.

  6. A teen is beaten to death at a Miami jail, and here's everything that went wrong

    Crime

    It took a full day for the top medical official on duty at Miami's juvenile lockup to read the "sick call" report on Elord Revolte, a 17-year-old who said he had been "stomped in his chest" during an Aug. 30 beatdown by more than a dozen detainees.

    By then, it was too late.

    Elord Revolte,17, became the second child to die in the custody of state juvenile justice administrators last year.
  7. Man in critical condition after shooting in Tarpon Springs

    Public Safety

    TARPON SPRINGS — A man was in critical condition after a shooting late Tuesday, police said.

  8. U.S. businesses add jobs at slowest pace in three years, survey shows

    Business

    WASHINGTON — U.S. companies added jobs at the slowest pace in three years in April, a private survey found, a sign that slower growth and volatile financial markets could weigh on hiring.

    Sweet Tomatoes restaurant general manager Valerie Zimmerman, left, interviews Patricia Troutman, of Loganville, Ga., from right, Sabrina Britt, of Clarkston, Ga., and Nino Alexander, of Lithonia, Ga., for positions during a recruiting event at the Georgia Department of Labor office in Atlanta in March. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
  9. As sales shrink, HSN hunts for marketing mojo to regain growth

    Retail

    HSN, St. Petersburg's TV and digital shopping giant, reported both shrinking sales and declining profits in its latest quarterly earnings report this morning, red flags that one of Tampa Bay's top public companies is fighting – like many retailers -- a rapidly changing world in how consumers choose to buy …

  10. Moms get in free to these Tampa Bay attractions for Mother's Day

    Events

    The best gift for moms is your time and attention. Several attractions in the area are offering freebies and free admission for moms with any paid admission from their admiring family.

    Moms can relax in a Mother’s Day Lounge or play with the kids at the Glazer Children’s Museum in Tampa on Sunday. The museum has more than 27,000 square feet of play space.
Florida Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson speaks during a state Senate campaign fundraiser for state Rep. Jose Javier Rodriguez, D-Miami, (right) on May 3, 2016 at the Segafredo Brickell restaurant in Miami.

Miami Democrat revs up Florida Senate bid with help from special guests

MIAMI -- If there was any doubt about the importance of District 37 in terms of Florida Democrats' desire to win back a few seats in the state Senate in November, look no further than the campaign kick-off of Jose Javier Rodriguez on Tuesday night in Miami....

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No hearing for Brian Boyle over Hickey hit

While Islanders coach Jack Capuano expected Lightning center Brian Boyle to be suspended for his overtime hit on Thomas Hickey, that will not be the case....

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Matt Moore will start for the Rays tonight.

For starters: Rays vs. Dodgers, with Moore on the mound

UPDATE, 5:46: Lots of hugs from the contingent of former Rays who are in town with the Dodgers. ... RHP Brad Boxberger threw his third bullpen session and on Friday will advance to the next stage of his recovery from core muscle repair surgery when he throws live batting practice in Port Charlotte. If all goes well he will do so again Monday and then start a rehab assignment of about a half dozen appearances ... Cash said the Rays will keep their rotatioin in order through the weekend in Anaheim, and then add a fifth starter in Seattle. .......

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