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Driver faces charges after plowing through crowded patio at Tampa's Independent

TAMPA — A car careened off northbound Florida avenue Tuesday night and plowed through the crowded patio at the Independent, a popular neighborhood bar in Tampa's Seminole Heights, police sai …

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Hillsborough officials quietly hired law firm with ties to baseball

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Police Chief Tony Holloway seeks 'partnership' with St. Petersburg community

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  1. Composer Steve Hackman brings Radiohead-Brahms mash-up to the Florida Orchestra

    Stage

    To most of the world, Radiohead and Johannes Brahms may seem like strange bedfellows — a critically hailed British alternative rock band and an iconic German pianist and composer who's been dead 118 years. Why lump those two together?

  2. Tell Me About It: Widow wants to reveal that she's dating

    Relationships

    Q: I am a widow with two boys, ages 8 and 10. My husband died 10 months ago after a long illness. I started dating about five months ago, a fact I have not shared with my in-laws or children. A counselor advised that if I meet someone special, I should wait six months to introduce him to the boys.

  3. Editorial: Tampa elections too vital to skip

    Editorials

    With Mayor Bob Buckhorn facing only nominal opposition from a write-in candidate, Tampa voters might be tempted to skip city elections in March. But there are serious issues facing the field of candidates for City Council, and the outcomes in this election will shape the city and region during a critical time.

    With Mayor Bob Buckhorn facing only nominal opposition from a write-in candidate, Tampa voters might be tempted to skip city elections in March. But there are serious issues facing the field of candidates for City Council, and the outcomes in this election will shape the city and region during a critical time.
  4. Wednesday's letters: Firing shows a democracy deficit

    Letters

    Elia's critics defend firing | Jan. 25

    Firing shows a democracy deficit

  5. Review: 'Strong Inside' a revealing look at racism in college sports

    Features

    The score that night was Vanderbilt 90, Mississippi 72. Although the racist insults and threats of violence didn't appear in the next day's sports section, Perry Wallace, now an American University law professor, can't forget that 1968 basketball game in Oxford, Miss. It wasn't the first time he had withstood this kind …

    Perry Wallace, center, endured verbal abuse and worse from spectators as the first black basketball player for Vanderbilt and in the Southeastern Conference.

    Jeb Bush has a fan in Rupert Murdoch

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    NFL Mock Draft Monday: Jameis Winston? Marcus Mariota? Someone else?

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    My Outfit Monday: A cheap way to tie everything together

    I knew when I put this outfit together, it had a lot of potential. Potential to be good. Potential to look ridiculous....

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