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City in Central Florida, United States

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Tampa, Florida: City in Central Florida, United States
Tampa is a major city in, and the county seat of, Hillsborough County, Florida, United States. It is on the west coast of Florida on Tampa Bay, near the Gulf of Mexico, and is the largest city in the Tampa Bay Area. The bay's port is the largest in the state, near downtown's Channel District. Bayshore Boulevard runs along the bay, and is east of the historic Hyde Park neighborhood.

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You can go now go past security at three US airports without a ticket; here's how it works

The Detroit Metro Airport joins Pittsburgh and Tampa in allowing non-flyers to go through the security checkpoints.
USATODAY.com - Published

Child hot car deaths on pace to break U.S. record, group says

Death of young girl in Tampa was nations 50th this year, and record is 54, hit last year, according to KidsAndCars.org
CBS News - Published

Videos for Tampa, Florida

Policeman hailed as hero for saving struck dog [Video]Policeman hailed as hero for saving struck dog

A Florida police officer is getting praise for darting through traffic on a busy interstate highway to rescue a dog that had just been hit by a car. Pinellas Park police officer Joseph Puglia told ABC..

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How to watch Astros vs. Rays: MLB live stream, schedule, TV channel, start time for ALDS Game 4

We've got ourselves a series. Tampa's Game 3 win extended the ALDS and now Houston will respond with ace Justin Verlander in Game 4.
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Vince Naimoli, 81, Dies; Brought Major League Baseball to Tampa

He succeeded in luring an expansion team to the Tampa-St. Petersburg area. But the team never had a winning season during his time as owner.
NYTimes.com - Published

From the Archives, 2001: The Tampa sends distress signals to Australia

In August 2001, a political crisis was sparked when Norwegian cargo ship MV Tampa was refused entry to Australian waters after rescuing asylum seekers from a distressed fishing boat.
The Age - Published

Rays to explore splitting home games between Tampa and Montreal

Major League Baseball has given the Tampa Bay Rays permission to explore the possibility of playing home games in Montreal.
USATODAY.com - Published

Former Indianapolis Colts, Ball State player killed in Florida shooting

Former Indianapolis Colts and Ball State player Eric Patterson was shot to death Saturday in Tampa, Florida.
USATODAY.com - Published

Time, money, access: A baseball hotbed for a century, Tampa evolves as game’s economic winds shift

Tampa has been talent-rich in baseball for nearly a century, but the city's latest stars also symbolize a greater demographic shift in the sport.
USATODAY.com - Published

Ariana Grande postpones concerts due to tomato allergy

ariana grande postpones concerts due to tomato allergy
Singer Ariana Grande, who postponed her upcoming Orlando and Tampa shows, has opened up about an allergy she has developed due to tomatoes. "Update: we discovered that I had an unfortunate allergic..
WorldNews - Published

Tampa picks out former chief to lead city. Could 2019 become 'Year of the Lesbian Mayor'?

Tampa’s former police chief Jane Castor made history Tuesday, becoming the first openly LGBTQ candidate elected mayor of a major southeastern U.S. city.
USATODAY.com - Published

Tampa elects Jane Castor as its first openly gay mayor

Castor trounced in the Tuesday runoff 76-year-old David Straz, a retired banker and philanthropist worth $426 million
CBS News - Published

Red-hot Rays – for now, the AL's best – barrel into first battle against champion Red Sox

As division rivals in New York and Boston struggle to start the 2019 season, Tampa has gotten off to a blistering start.
USATODAY.com - Published

Best of the 2019 NCAA women's basketball Final Four

The best action from the NCAA Division I women's basketball Final Four in Tampa.
USATODAY.com - Published

Former campaign staffer sues Trump, alleges he kissed her at 2016 event

Ex-campaign staffer Alva Johnson sues President Donald Trump, claiming he kissed her without her consent before a 2016 event in Tampa, Florida.
USATODAY.com - Published

Lawsuit accuses Trump of kissing campaign worker without her consent

A woman who worked on Donald Trump's presidential campaign sued the president on Monday, accusing him of kissing her without consent before a 2016 rally in Tampa, Florida.
Reuters - Published

Viral Facebook post about Uber and sex trafficking is a 'simple mixup,' Tampa police say

In the Facebook post shared more than 350,000 times, Uber passenger Emmy Hurley said she worried her driver might be involved in sex trafficking.
USATODAY.com - Published

Florida man who self-prepared his taxes received a $980,000 refund, U.S. attorney says

Ramon Christopher Blanchett, of Tampa, Florida, and self-described freelancer, managed to scoop up a $980,000 tax refund after submitting his self-prepared 2016 tax return.
USATODAY.com - Published

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