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PolitiFact: Fact-checking Donald Trump's Time magazine interview on truths and falsehoods

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Florida loses 5,000 jobs in February, unemployment rate is unchanged

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Lay of the land: radical transformations underway in Florida real estate

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As more vessels dock in St. Petersburg, city hopes for a busy waterfront in its future

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Plan your weekend: Tampa Pride, Disney on Ice, Tampa's Fourth Fridays, Drumline Live

Plan your weekend: Tampa Pride, Disney on Ice, Tampa's Fourth Fridays, Drumline Live

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If it's spring, it must be Chasco Fiesta time

If it's spring, it must be Chasco Fiesta time

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Dining Planner: New restaurants coming: the Lure in Tampa, Urban at the Trop

Dining Planner: New restaurants coming: the Lure in Tampa, Urban at the Trop

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At 100, Tampa's opera king Anton Coppola celebrates a life's work

  1. Will Bill Nelson filibuster Trump's Supreme Court pick?

    Blogs

    WASHINGTON - Democrats are lining up to oppose Neil Gorsuch, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, but Florida Sen. Bill Nelson isn't saying where he stands.

    President Trump and Neil Gorsuch
  2. MOMIX dancers transfix and entertain

    Blogs
    MOMIX dancers combine personal and abstract styles to tell stories. Shown here in Caravan, part of Opus Cactus.
  3. Pondering Stu Sternberg's great 'unknown at this point'

    The Heater

    PORT CHARLOTTE —- Rays principal owner Stu Sternberg made a spring training appearance Thursday before his club played the Yankees.

    Tampa Bay Rays principal owner Stuart Sternberg, center, with Rays president Brian Auld, left, and president of baseball operations Matt Silverman before the start of the game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Toronto Blue Jays in Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. on Monday, April 4, 2016.
  4. Carlton: Big news: Judge says no

    Criminal

    These are rough days for justice. For judges, too.

    Former Tampa Police officers Eric Houston and his wife LaJoyce Houston walk into the Sam Gibbons U.S. District Courthouse in Tampa in October 2015.
  5. Florida loses 5,000 jobs in February, unemployment rate is unchanged

    Business

    Florida's economic recovery is slowing down.

    There are signs Florida's economic recovery is slowing down. Gov. Rick Scott released the latest jobs and unemployment data today.
[Associated Press file photo]
  6. Pasco teen, 17, shoots 15-year-old in face in apparent dispute over cellphone, money

    Crime

    NEW PORT RICHEY – A 15-year-old boy was critically wounded Thursday in New Port Richey after he was shot in the face and back by a 17-year-old over an apparent dispute involving money and a cellphone, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.

    Jerry Chiarella, 17, of New Port Richey, faces attempted murder charges after investigators say he shot a 15-year-old boy in the face and back Thursday. [Pasco County Sheriff's Office]
  7. Cambridge Christian in Tampa burglarized twice during spring break

    Crime

    TAMPA — Burglars hit Cambridge Christian School in Tampa twice during spring break last week, making off with clothing and electronic equipment.

  8. SeaWorld shares jump on news of large Chinese investment

    Tourism

    NEW YORK — Shares of SeaWorld, which have been cut in half since coming under scrutiny over the killer whales it holds in captivity, are up 12 percent before the opening bell on a big investment from China.

     Shares of SeaWorld, which have been cut in half since coming under scrutiny over the killer whales it holds in captivity, are up 12 percent before the opening bell on a big investment from China. 
[Associated Press file photo]
  9. March column: Constitution another uphill battle for Arthenia Joyner

    Politics

    Former state Sen. Arthenia Joyner of Tampa says serving as one of the small minority of Democrats on the state's Constitutional Revision Commission will be "just a continuation of the battle I've been in since I've been here."

    Former state Sen. Arthenia Joyner of Tampa is one of three current or former Democratic legislators named to the state Constitutional Revision Commission.
  10. Gradebook podcast: Education bills on the move, turnaround schools and more

    Blogs

    Times education reporter Jeff Solochek highlights some of the bills moving closer to becoming to state education law, including SB 964 and SB 926 on …

    Potter Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Ciera Fox, 28, who attended Potter as a child, says repetition and routines help to comfort kids as they take on responsibility.
President Trump and Neil Gorsuch

Will Bill Nelson filibuster Trump's Supreme Court pick?

WASHINGTON - Democrats are lining up to oppose Neil Gorsuch, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, but Florida Sen. Bill Nelson isn't saying where he stands....

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Rays report: Ramirez starting on bullpen day in Bradenton, 1:05

UPDATE, 9:35: Change in pitching plans for the Rays, apparently, as Erasmo Ramirez is now listed as the starter. That makes sense, as he is a potential trade candidate since he may have more value to another team as a starter than the to the Rays as a middle reliever, and it also gets him stretched out for multi-inning work or even as a fill-in starter for the Rays.

Here is the lineup:

Morrison 1b,
Robertson ss,
Dickerson LF,
Miller 2b,
Casali c,
Smith cf,
McKenry DH,
Peterson RF,
Sole 3b,
Erasmo p

No sign Friday morning of SS Matt Duffy, who went to Charlotte on Thursday to have his left heel checked by the doc who did his Sept. surgery....

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Winner and loser of the week: 'No Scrubs' writers get credit for Ed Sheeran's 'Shape of You'; mother of 'cash me outside' girl sued

Winner:

Kandi and Tiny. Kandi Burruss and Tameka “Tiny” Cottle must be loving the shape of Sheeran these days. ...

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