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Saturday, Jul 23, 2016
One year later, Bass Pro is center of burgeoning development in Brandon
In 2013, Hillsborough County approved a controversial $6.25 million subsidy to develop the 150-acre Estuary shopping center area where Bass Pro is located. Community leaders say that incentive has been a success.
Jesuit assistant track coach Jonathan Barlaan, a 2007 Jesuit graduate, works with students in the school’s Summer Bridge program. The program, now in its sixth year, combines academic and enrichment classes with a sports component. Courtesy of Jesuit High
Programs at Berkeley, Jesuit help kids bridge the summer gap
In this photo taken from an Instagram video, police use a Taser to subdue 20-year-old David T. Mastrototaro-Baermude, who police say was among 150 people playing Pok?mon Go at Ballast Point Park when police responded to a complaint of trespassers in the park after closing time. [Instagram]
Tampa police use Taser to subdue man who resisted arrest playing Pokémon Go after hours at park (w/video)
Victor Perez, the Islamic Education Center caretaker, enters the fire-ravaged building Monday. Perez said he was returning from grocery shopping when he saw the fire coming from a wall.
Separate fires at Hillsborough County shia mosques both deemed accidental

Florida

5 Things to Know in Florida for July 23
5 Things to Know in Florida for July 23
3 Florida men charged with trying to join ISIL
Florida's jobs agency gives checks to departing employees
Florida's jobless rate remains steady, no change in June
Miami police ask for help in finding 2-year-old girl
5 Things to Know in Florida for July 22

Entertainment

MPBN to air state basketball finals for 3 more years
The Maine Public Broadcasting Network will be televising the high school basketball tournaments for the next three years
Tight-lipped 'Game of Thrones' cast reflects on last season
Tight-lipped 'Game of Thrones' cast reflects on last season
Kenyan authorities deport Congolese musician over assault
Obama leads lineup of guests for Sunday's news programs
Obama leads lineup of guests for Sunday's news programs

Offbeat

Canadian teens detained for Pokemon Go border crossing
U.S. Border Patrol officials say two Canadian teenagers were briefly apprehended after they accidentally crossed the U.S. border into Montana while playing the game "Pokemon Go."
Town where 'Jersey Shore' was filmed now wants quiet beaches
Too busy for Pokemon? These entrepreneurs will play for you
Pennsylvania police hoping dope will claim marijuana package
Old lobster spared the pot, will retire to Maine aquarium
Man lassoes bear with head stuck in big plastic container