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Friday, Nov 27, 2015
Red-light cameras’ future may hinge on upcoming appellate court decision
With cameras at 57 intersections, Tampa has one of the state’s biggest red-light camera programs. TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO
An unremarkable case to dismiss a ticket in Oldsmar has become a battleground over the cameras, with an Arizona firm looking to protect its multimillion-dollar Florida business against a coalition of attorneys determined to end the program.
Walmart customers checkout at the retailer’s Black Friday event with big savings on hundreds of top items on Thursday in Rogers, Ark. GUNNAR RATHBUN/INVISION FOR WALMART
Black Friday: Super Bowl of shopping begins nationwide
USF keeps conference hopes alive with easy 44-3 victory over rival UCF
Shoe’s on other foot as Kinky Boots hits Tampa
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Shooting wildlife in Florida state parks best done with a camera

Paula Dockery The perfect example of “if it ain’t broke” is the Florida State Park System. Well, at least it was a few years ago before Gov. Rick Scott and his Department of Environmental Protection secretaries started to meddle.

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