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Jury's verdict is $64.5 million in construction accident at Mosaic Co. site

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  1. Jay Z reveals plans for Tidal, a streaming music service (w/video)

    Music & Concerts

    As Jay Z sees it, there is a clear solution to the problems facing musicians in the streaming age. They should band together — behind him, of course.

    From left, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Madonna, Deadmau5, Kanye West, JAY Z, and J. Cole onstage at the Tidal launch event #TIDALforALL at Skylight at Moynihan Station on March 30, 2015 in New York City. [Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Roc Nation]
  2. Tell Me About It: Teens' romance may change with distance

    Relationships

    Q: My 17-year-old daughter has been with her boyfriend for a year and a half, and he's going to leave for college. She's going to be a senior in high school.

  3. Rowdies Den sports bar to debut in downtown St. Petersburg

    Food & Dining

    ST. PETERSBURG

    When Midtown Sundries closed abruptly in November, rumors began to swirl: It would become a steakhouse, a Tilted Kilt, Bill Edwards' next downtown project. This last rumor turned out to be true, and on Saturday the Rowdies Den debuts, just in time for his North American Soccer League team's first …

    The new Rowdies Den restaurant in St. Petersburg, formerly Midtown Sundries, is one block west of Al Lang Field, where the team plays. The entire space has been retooled, and will feature craft brews and Rowdies-themed food.
  4. Editorial: St. Petersburg embraces smart diversion program for kids

    Editorials

    The city of St. Petersburg has taken a modest, reasonable step to give nonviolent juvenile offenders an opportunity to turn their lives around. The city's new juvenile diversion program will allow youth to perform community service and receive counseling in lieu of entering the court system. The Legislature needs to …

  5. Rolling Stones tour dates coming Tuesday; Orlando likely, but what about Tampa?

    Music & Concerts

    If you were hoping the Rolling Stones might announce a tour date in Tampa this week, brace yourself for a little dissatisfaction.

    Orlando getting a Stones concert would not necessarily preclude Tampa from getting one too, but two Central Florida stadium shows in one summer does seem unlikely, even for a band as big as the Stones. [Getty Images]
    Fifteen of 16 mock drafts have the Bucs taking Jameis Winston with the first overall pick in the draft.

    Mock Draft Monday: Jameis Winston not unanimous, but it's close

    Thanks to some help on Twitter, I found a reputable mock draft that has the Bucs picking someone other than Jameis Winston at No. 1 overall....

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    Lawmakers advance plan to curb youth arrests

    A Florida House panel on Monday gave its overwhelming support to a proposal seeking to reduce youth arrests by expanding civil citation programs....

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    Rays whittle roster, reassigning Gomes, Teaford, six others

    The Rays moved a step closer to settling their final roster Monday by reassigning two of the non-roster pitchers competing for jobs, RHP Brandon Gomes and LHP Everett Teaford, plus six others....

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