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For the fifth time in the past year, the University of South Florida has received a gift of $10 million or more — this time, to establish a comprehensive program designed to make sure students are ready to enter the world of work.
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Three lawyers accused of orchestrating the DUI arrest of an adversary should receive a professional death sentence - permanent disbarment, a judge recommended Thursday afternoon.
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Carnival Cruise Lines plans to bring Carnival Pride back to Tampa in 2017 with five- and 14-day cruises.
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TAMPA — Council members, mayors, congressmen, all revered John F. Germany.
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Ever since leaving the battlefields of Vietnam in 1968, Marine veteran Gerhard Reitmann struggled with the horrific memories of the things he did and saw.
For years, one of the most important pieces of the city’s public art collection sat nestled among garbage bins and delivery trucks at the end of a park access road.
People are jumping into the waters north of here and hauling out scallops by the thousands this time of year, but the environmental group Tampa Bay Watch is rejoicing at a far smaller found number closer to home — just 233 of them.
TAMPA — Problems uncovered during a recent inspection warrant review of nearly 2,000 disability evaluations by the regional office of the Department of Veterans Affairs, according to a report released Tuesday afternoon.
TAMPA — Hillsborough County’s internal auditor position was approved by voters to increase efficiency in county government and save taxpayers’ dollars.
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