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  1. Sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer together

    Nation

    SALT LAKE CITY — Two Utah sisters grew up in the same bedroom, went to the same college, worked for almost a decade at the same company and have visited over 50 countries side by side. Now every three weeks, they sit together in matching chairs and chat as their bodies are pumped full of chemotherapy drugs.

    Annette Page, left, and her sister Sharee Page, pose for a photograph at Sharee's home in Farmington, Utah. [Associated Press]
  2. Pearce, Boxberger leave early as Rays fall to Royals

    The Heater

    KANSAS CITY — The losing to the Royals part the Rays have down, Tuesday's 10-5 defeat the 14th time in their past 15 games in Kauffman Stadium they left frustrated.

    Corey Dickerson, right, is congratulated by Logan Morrison and Steven Souza Jr. on Tuesday after giving the Rays the lead, temporarily, with a three-run home run off Royals starter Dillon Gee in the second inning.
  3. St. Pete Beach orders Pass-a-Grille church to stop charging for beach parking

    News

    ST. PETE BEACH — Residents living near the Pass-a-Grille Community Church are angry over what they say is a commercial parking lot for weekend beachgoers in the middle of a residential neighborhood.

    The city has issued a cease and desist order against the Pass-a-Grille Community Church in St. Pete Beach until its application to park beachgoers’ cars is reviewed.
  4. Mental errors compound physical during Rays' slump

    The Heater

    KANSAS CITY — The physical mistakes the Rays have made during their recent stretch of sloppy play — 11 errors over their previous seven games — are bad enough.

    Rays second baseman Steve Pearce charges in to field a grounder against the Yankees at Tropicana Field on Sunday. The team’s defense is a concern.
  5. Hudson woman dies in crash on U.S. 19

    Accidents

    HUDSON — A Hudson woman died in a car accident Tuesday morning at U.S. 19 and Country Club Drive, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

  6. Two deaths after Tampa's Sunset Music Festival are investigated

    Public Safety

    TAMPA — Two people died after attending the Sunset Music Festival at Raymond James Stadium over the Memorial Day weekend, according to Tampa police.

    Concertgoers party at the Sunset Music Festival at Raymond James Stadium on Saturday. The two-day concert was reportedly attended by 30,000.
  7. Demoted prison inspectors detail alleged interference in their investigations

    State Roundup

    TALLAHASSEE — Charges of corruption against the Florida Department of Corrections escalated Tuesday as two demoted senior investigators filed a new lawsuit, accusing the agency of retaliating against them for alleging cover-ups, inmate abuse and political interference on behalf of a company whose lead lobbyist …

    Doug Glisson, whistleblower alleging problems within the Florida Department of Corrections. (Screengrab from the Florida Channel)
  8. Apple shifts design of stores to lure newcomers and sell more to existing customers

    Retail

    SAN FRANCISCO

    Goodbye, Apple Genius Bar. You are being replaced by a tree-filled Genius Grove, which will have more room to sit and more Apple customer service specialists to troubleshoot devices.

    Apple products are on display at the company’s first store to open with a new design, in San Francisco’s Union Square. Apple’s stores are showrooms for the Apple lifestyle, not just places to buy the latest iPhones, iPads, Macs and accessories.
  9. Mississippi's Freeze says no knowledge of coaches paying players

    College

    DESTIN — Mississippi football coach Hugh Freeze said Tuesday he accepts responsibility for the ongoing NCAA investigation of his program but said he has no knowledge of his coaches paying players.

    Mississippi coach Hugh Freeze denied former Rebels offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil’s claims that he was paid while in school.
  10. Voters remain skeptical as Hillary Clinton vows change

    National

    BUENA PARK, Calif. — Rallying hundreds of service workers who are struggling to get by, Hillary Clinton tried here last week to empathize with their frustrations and promised to deliver change.

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the Home of Chicken and Waffles on Friday in Oakland, Calif. [John Locher | Associated Press]

Demoted prison investigators hurl new charges, allege Scott's office interfered

Charges of corruption against the Florida Department of Corrections escalated Tuesday as two demoted senior investigators filed a new lawsuit, accusing the agency of retaliating against them for alleging cover-ups, inmate abuse and political interference on behalf of a company whose lead lobbyist became the governor’s general counsel....

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Jonathan Drouin was one of the biggest stars in the postseason, with five goals and nine assists in 17 games.

Jonathan Drouin: 'I definitely want to be here'

The relationship between wing Jonathan Drouin and the Lightning seemingly has been salvaged....

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Drew Smyly, who gave up a pair of two-run homers to the Marlins in his last start, will be on the mound for the Rays.

For starters: Rays at Royals, in a funk

UPDATE, 6:51: The issue with Pearce is tendinitis, something he has been getting daily treatment for and expects to be able to play through all season. ... Cash said improving the defense is vital, and that it is on the players as well as the coaches and him to keep making it a focus. .. 2B Logan Forsythe (fractured left shoulder)  took swings off tee again today at Trop, also took ground balls and turned double plays. He is eyeing a mid-June return. ... RHPs Alex Cobb and Chase Whitley (TJ surgery) threw 35-pitch bullpens today at Trop, mixed in breaking balls for the first time.
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