TBO.com: Tampa Bay Online.
Monday, Jul 25, 2016
The plan by Jeff Vinik and his partners to reshape Tampa still lacks one key thing
Next month, $35 million worth of infrastructure and roadway construction will begin on the project that will transform downtown Tampa. But the $2 billion development, launched by Lightning owner Jeff Vinik, still lacks an essential ingredient — a name.
Built in 1910, the J.C. Newman Cigar Co. factory speaks to an era when about 150 cigar manufacturers called Tampa home. Even with those days gone, Tampa is still known as the Cigar City. SCOTT KEELER | Times
Henderson: New rules could leave cigar industry in ashes
Food, family at heart of fundraiser for electrocution victim in Tampa
Kim and Evan Leach married this March. They reunited in 2013 on Match.com, decades after their summer fling at a YMCA camp in North Carolina. [Photo courtesy of Julien LB Photography Paris]
Decades after summertime fling at camp, Tampa couple reunites on Match.com


Surgeon general: Precaution best method to fight Zika virus
Top federal health officials have visited Florida just days after investigations were launched into whether two people got the Zika virus through mosquitoes
5 Things to Know in Florida for July 26
Email leak hurts Wasserman Schultz as she seeks re-election
Deputies: Woman, 43, dies after being pulled from ocean
Deputies: Gas station customers thwart attack on clerk
Deputies: Men shocked kids with stun gun for pushup failures


Vegas judge orders swastika face tattoos covered for trial
A Las Vegas judge has ordered a cosmetologist to cover up a defendant's neck and facial tattoos that include a swastika and the words "Most Wanted" on each day of his robbery trial
Man leads police on Washington state chase due to boredom
Police reunite traveler with lost turtle at NYC bus station
Romania: hang glider dumps contraband cigarettes in field
Band of monkeys raid Thai polling place, tear up voter lists
Man arrested after spending 12 hours in tree in Seattle