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Friday, Feb 24, 2017
In Harm's Way: Alone with a gun, her innocent curiosity brought a lifetime of scars
Mackenzie Piascik, then 2 years old, was flown to a hospital in 2010 after she accidentally shot herself with a gun she found on a nightstand. [Times files (2010)]
PORT RICHEY — It sounded like a picture frame hitting the floor. "Mackenzie?" Jessica Piascik called out to her 2-year-old daughter, who moments earlier had darted into the master bedroom. No answer. 
This Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017, photo shows a sale sign in a JCPenney store in Pittsburgh. The store announced on Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, that it was closing 130-140 stores, including a Lakeland distribution center. [Associated Press]
JCPenney to close 130-140 stores, including Lakeland distribution center
Finnegan Dunn and Gracen Cole play in a
MOSI brings back pay for a day ticket deal starting Saturday
City plans call for making Bayshore Boulevard more pedestrian and bicycle friendly, in part by reducing the speed limit to 35 mph. [OCTAVIO JONES   |   Times]
March column: Cohen faces challenge in plan to slow traffic on Bayshore

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