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Expired food and baby formula remained on Walmart shelves in low-income areas even after publicity

Shoppers in St. Petersburg took to Facebook to express their outrage over finding expired baby formula and other goods at a local Walmart three weeks ago. The post quickly went viral. The …

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As Hillary Clinton speaks in his district today, Patrick Murphy won't be there

 

Bucs defensive end Noah Spence coping with limited playing time

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Ferran Adria show at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg a visual feast

Ferran Adria show at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg a visual feast

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Movie Planner: Gina Rodriguez talks 'Deepwater Horizon,' plus 'Queen of Katwe'

Movie Planner: Gina Rodriguez talks 'Deepwater Horizon,' plus 'Queen of Katwe'

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Bar review: On Swann's eclectic drinks complement its fine dining

Bar review: On Swann's eclectic drinks complement its fine dining

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Plan your weekend Sept. 29-Oct. 2: Super boat races, Florida Orchestra, Prophets of Rage, corn mazes

Plan your weekend Sept. 29-Oct. 2: Super boat races, Florida Orchestra, Prophets of Rage, corn mazes

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  1. Bucs defensive end Noah Spence coping with limited playing time

    Bucs

    TAMPA — Noah Spence has been quiet in his first three NFL games. Even as other key Bucs defensive ends are sidelined, the rookie's playing time has dropped.

    GLENDALE, AZ - SEPTEMBER 18: Quarterback Carson Palmer #3 of the Arizona Cardinals is hit by defensive end Noah Spence #57 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the third quarter of the NFL game at University of Phoenix Stadium on September 18, 2016 in Glendale, Arizona.  (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images) 659049365
  2. Point guard to point man: Rising business star Brian Lamb is out to elevate Tampa Bay's economy

    Business

    More than 650 people packed the Tampa Convention Center in April to see five business pioneers inducted into the Tampa Bay Business Hall of Fame.

    Brian Lamb, who was a member of the USF men's basketball team from 1994-98, was recently elected chair of the University of South Florida Board of Trustees. Lamb is currently the regional president for Fifth Third Bank . Lamb poses for a portrait at the Pam and Les Muma Basketball Center on the USF Tampa Campus Tuesday, September 20, 2016. JOHN PENDYGRAFT   |   Times
  3. It's official: Lady Gaga to play halftime of Super Bowl LI in Houston

    Blogs

    The worst-kept secret in the NFL has been confirmed.

  4. Missing Jose Fernandez jersey returned to Alonso High, but mystery remains

    Crime

    Taken during a vigil on Wednesday night, the Alonso High baseball jersey that mysteriously went missing during a vigil to honor Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez has been returned to the school.

    The Jose Fernandez jersey was returned to Alonso High School on Sept. 29, 2016. A family saw a large envelope leaning up against the ticket booth at the school with the words "Jose's jersey" written on it. The family brought the envelope in to the school the next morning. The jersey was inside. [Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office]
  5. As Hillary Clinton speaks in his district today, Patrick Murphy won't be there

    Blogs

    Democratic U.S. Senate candidate and U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy was invited to join Hillary Clinton during her latest trip to Florida today but "unfortunately won't be able to attend" because of a scheduling conflict, his spokesman Joshua Karp told the …

    Democratic U.S. Senate candidate and U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy of Jupiter
  6. Florida poll: Clinton 46, Trump 44

    Blogs

    Hillary Clinton may have gotten a slight boost from the debate as a new Florida poll shows her with a 4 point lead over Donald Trump.

  7. President Obama to campaign for Clinton in Miami next week

    Blogs

    President Obama will make his campaign debut in Florida on Wednesday with a stop in Miami.

  8. The Morning Watch: Walmart hasn't stopped selling expired food — and how third-party candidates could decide the election

    Briefs

    Here's a look at what we'll be watching for around the bay area today:

  9. In tight race, Florida's third-party voters could again decide election

    State Roundup

    A Super Bowl-sized audience tuned in Monday night to watch two presidential candidates duke it out on a debate stage inside an auditorium on Long Island.

    Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein speaks to media during a press conference in the Cuban Club in Ybor City on Wednesday. (ANDRES LEIVA   |   Times)

  10. St. Petersburg motorcyclist killed in crash with SUV in Gulfport

    Accidents

    A St. Petersburg woman was killed Thursday night in Gulfport after her motorcycle struck an SUV, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office said.

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate and U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy of Jupiter

As Hillary Clinton speaks in his district today, Patrick Murphy won't be there

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate and U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy was invited to join Hillary Clinton during her latest trip to Florida today but "unfortunately won't be able to attend" because of a scheduling conflict, his spokesman Joshua Karp told the Herald/Times....

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If Chris Archer gets the loss, he will become the first major-league pitcher with 20 losses since Mike Maroth in 2003, and just the second since 1980.

For starters: Rays at White Sox, Archer vs. history and weather

UPDATE, 6:58: Cash said he won't manage any differently as far as handling Archer with the potential for 20 losses, making decisions based on pitch count and game situations. Cash is mindful of Archer needing 5 1/3 innings to reach 200. ... Though the Rays have been in a skid, Cash said the issue is the injury depleted lineup, not that the players have quit or are mailing it in: "There's no give up, no lack of effort. We've got half of our lineup right now that are getting opportunities. The injuries stink but they do allow for some opportunties. ... Guys are busting it out of the box, they are getting down the line. We've been pitched well against and it's kind of limited us.''...

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Koetter's right: Run it 40 times, you usually win in NFL

If you're not asking him about injuries or maybe who might in theory might step up in case of a widely expected injury, Bucs coach Dirk Koetter can engage in some insightful conversations about NFL playcalling and all the ways a coach might measure success on a play....

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