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Pedestrian, 39, dies crossing the street on Bearss Avenue in Tampa

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Bucs get physical but Koetter calls Wright hit a 'cheap shot'

 

Dining Planner: Cottage Industry Expo, Epic Chef Showdown, new foodie magazine launches

Dining Planner: Cottage Industry Expo, Epic Chef Showdown, new foodie magazine launches

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Movie Planner: Woody Allen's blah 'Cafe Society,' 'Jason Bourne,' 'Bad Moms,' 'Nerve'

Movie Planner: Woody Allen's blah 'Cafe Society,' 'Jason Bourne,' 'Bad Moms,' 'Nerve'

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Here's where to celebrate a midnight release of 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' book

Here's where to celebrate a midnight release of 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' book

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Plan your weekend: Pitbull, Hunter Hayes at the Rays, Naked Magic Show

Plan your weekend: Pitbull, Hunter Hayes at the Rays, Naked Magic Show

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  1. Syrian civilians begin leaving rebel-held parts of Aleppo

    World

    BEIRUT, Lebanon — Dozens of families and some opposition fighters started leaving besieged rebel-held neighborhoods in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on Saturday after the government opened safe corridors for civilians and fighters who want to leave, state media reported.

    Fleeing women and children arrive in a street lined with damaged buildings in the government-held part of Aleppo.
  2. U.S. women looking golden heading into Rio Olympics

    Olympics

    The 2012 Olympics, which came on the 40th anniversary of Title IX, was a watershed moment for female athletes, particularly in the United States. The U.S. women accounted for 29 gold medals, more than double the men's total. This year, expect more of the same.

    FILE - In this Aug. 5, 2012, file photo, Venus Williams, left, and Serena Williams of the United States show their gold medals in women's doubles at the All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon, London at the 2012 Summer Olympics.  If 34-year-old Serena Williams or 36-year-old Venus Williams wins a gold medal, either would be the third-oldest woman to collect an Olympic title in tennis. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola, File) NY156
  3. Powerball $478 million jackpot is nation's 8th largest

    Nation

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Powerball players had a shot at the nation's eighth-largest lottery jackpot Saturday night, but they should have kept in mind that their dreams of riches likely would not become a reality.

  4. Olympics: Bryan brothers pull out of tennis competition

    Olympics

    Bob and Mike Bryan will not defend their Olympic doubles title in Rio de Janeiro, citing health concerns.

    Bob, left, and Mike Bryan pulled out of the Olympics, citing health concerns. The Americans won doubles gold in London. Their statement, posted on Facebook, said as “husbands and fathers, our family’s health is now our top priority.”
  5. Trump suggests Khizr Khan's wife wasn't 'allowed' to speak

    National

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump suggested in an interview with ABC News that the Muslim mother of a U.S. soldier killed in Iraq had let her husband do all the talking at the Democratic National Convention because she was not "allowed" to speak.

    During the Democratic convention, Khizr Khan spoke of his son, a slain U.S. war hero. Ghazala Kahn says she finds it painful to speak of him.
  6. Beckham, latest quality start lift Rays over Yankees

    The Heater

    ST. PETERSBURG — The run of quality starts continued Saturday for the members of the Rays rotation. So did the hits for Tim Beckham.

    Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Matt Moore (55) and Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Jake Odorizzi (23) in the dugout before the start of the game between the New York Yankees and the Tampa Bay Rays in Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. on Saturday, July 30, 2016.
  7. As Zika rages in Puerto Rico, action to fight epidemic falters

    Nation

    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The Zika epidemic that has spread from Brazil to the rest of Latin America is now raging in Puerto Rico — and the island's response is in chaos.

  8. Clinton stumps for working-class votes in Pa.

    National

    JOHNSTOWN, Pa. — On the second day of their bus tour through Pennsylvania and Ohio, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia, moved deep into potential Donald Trump country.

    Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton greets workers Saturday at Johnstown Wire Technologies in Johnstown, Pa. Republican Mitt Romney carried the area in the 2012 election.
  9. Rays players want closure as trade deadline nears

    The Heater

    ST. PETERSBURG — With the finish line of Monday's 4 p.m. trade deadline finally in sight, Rays officials continued talking Saturday and Rays players continued waiting.

    Tampa Bay Rays first baseman Steve Pearce (28) connects for a triple in the fourth inning of the game between the Seattle Mariners and the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. on Wednesday, June 15, 2016.
  10. Rays' Snell hopes to show progress in second start vs. Yankees

    The Heater

    ST. PETERSBURG — It took a while, but LHP Blake Snell will finally pitch against a team for the second time in his career when he faces the Yankees this afternoon at Tropicana Field.

    Rays rookie left-hander Blake Snell goes into his second start against the Yankees on a roll and says the big change is more confidence.

Rubio wins Sarasota straw poll over Beruff

Marco Rubio beat Carlos Beruff in Saturday's straw poll conducted by the Sarasota GOP....

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For starters: Drew Smyly looks to end one streak and continue another, lineups vs Yankees

Monday’s 4 p.m. non-waiver trade deadline inches closer and the Rays are very much included in the rumors surrounding any team needing a pitcher....

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Brent Grimes wants Bucs testing him early in practice

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