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We tried the new restaurants at Tampa International Airport, and we’re full
CHRIS URSO   |   Times
Pan-seared salmon with a curried green apple vinaigrette served with grilled asparagus, roasted tomato and jasmine rice ($22.31) is seen as an unidentified passenger walks past The Cafe by Mise en Place at Tampa International Airport's Airside F terminal Tuesday, April 17, 2018.
TAMPAWhen Tampa International Airport debuted in 1971, each terminal had a newsstand and a snack bar, called something kicky like Snack Bar. This was an era when people still dressed up to travel, when flight attendants were glamorous creatures in...
An investigation continues after a video surfaced on Tuesday that shows a Sunlake High School school resource officer wrestling a female student to the ground while taking her into custody, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office. [Twitter]
Sheriff: Sunlake SRO who took down student ‘did what he had to do’
Could Washington defensive lineman Vita Vea be the Bucs' first pick in the draft? [Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images]
Sports Day Tampa Bay podcast: Who will the Bucs take with the No. 7 pick?
This image released by Disney shows Josh Brolin as Thanos in a scene from Marvel Studios'
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ is stunningly dark, but it’s still wildly entertaining

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Editorial: St. Petersburg’s waste-to-energy to wastefulness project

A St. Petersburg waste-to-energy plant now under construction has been billed for years as an environmentally friendly money saver. Now it looks more like a boondoggle, with the cost and mission...

Daniel Ruth: Gridlock or not, way will be paved for new homes in New Tampa
Column: Republicans gutted the mortgage interest deduction. Democrats should finish it off.
Leonhardt: A time for big economic ideas
PolitiFact Florida: Does Gov. Rick Scott want to privatize Social Security?
Perspective: The Heartland to Headwaters Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition finds frustration and fear seeking a safe path for wildlife across Interstate 4