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City of Tampa warns of traffic changes ahead of President Obama's visit Video included

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President Obama will be arriving in Tampa later today, and even before Air Force One touches down on the runway, drivers are being warned of changes on the roadways. More>>

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Polk Co. middle school teacher arrested for sex with student

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Lakeland police officers arrested 28-year-old Michael Emmanuel Taveras of Southwest Middle School late Monday. So far, officials have only said he faces three counts of sexual battery on a 14-year-old student. More>>

Off-duty firefighter saves family of four Video included

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A Hillsborough County firefighter is credited for saving four lives, before he ever clocked into work over the weekend. More>>

Matos charged with first-degree murder in Pasco County deaths Video included

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The sheriff's office announced murder charges against Adam Matos Monday and released numerous new details about the deaths of ex-girlfriend Megan Brown, her parents, Margaret and Gregory Brown, and her new boyfriend, Nicholas Leonard. More>>

Riverview HS student struck by car on Balm Riverview Road

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Balm Riverview Road near Whispering Creek Boulevard was shut down Tuesday morning after a car struck a Riverview High School student on a bike. More>>

Deceased FGCU student was recent Sunlake High graduate Video included

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Nineteen-year-old Austin Vonckx couldn't wait to attend become a Florida Gulf Coast Eagle, but after only a month on campus his dreams were erased. More>>

JFK's "silly bastard" can chuckle, 50 years later Video included

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President John F. Kennedy is often remembered as cool, calm, and collected. But 50 years ago, a Tampa man sent JFK into a tizzy over a picture that appeared in the Washington Post. More>>

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  • JFK's "silly bastard" can chuckle, 50 years later

    JFK's "silly bastard" can chuckle, 50 years later

    Monday, September 15 2014 9:28 PM EDT2014-09-16 01:28:07 GMT
    President John F. Kennedy is often remembered as cool, calm, and collected. But 50 years ago, a Tampa man sent JFK into a tizzy over a picture that appeared in the Washington Post.
    President John F. Kennedy is often remembered as cool, calm, and collected. But 50 years ago, a Tampa man sent JFK into a tizzy over a picture that appeared in the Washington Post.
  • New program uses interactive learning on cell phones

    New program uses interactive learning on cell phones

    Thursday, September 11 2014 9:32 PM EDT2014-09-12 01:32:52 GMT
    A new system called Top Hat is changing the way colleges teach. It's a program that engages students via their cell phones.
    A new system called Top Hat is changing the way colleges teach. It's a program that engages students via their cell phones.
  • Former senator: Government, FBI hiding full 9/11 story

    Former senator: Government, FBI hiding full 9/11 story

    Thursday, September 11 2014 8:01 PM EDT2014-09-12 00:01:50 GMT
    Former Florida Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Graham co-chaired the 9/11 investigation in Congress and helped write classified documents that he says reveal Al Qaeda had help launching the September 11th attacks. He claims there is evidence of a terror-support network in the United States, that supported Al Qaeda, and may still be in place for ISIS today.

    Former Florida Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Graham co-chaired the 9/11 investigation in Congress and helped write classified documents that he says reveal Al Qaeda had help launching the September 11th attacks. He claims there is evidence of a terror-support network in the United States, that supported Al Qaeda, and may still be in place for ISIS today.


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  • The Americans with Charlie LeDuff: Man dining from garbage cans eats his way across America

    The Americans with Charlie LeDuff: Man dining from garbage cans eats his way across America

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 8:23 AM EDT2014-09-16 12:23:07 GMT
    Rob Greenfield despises shoes. He despises money. Most of all he despises waste. So in order to point out the colossal disposal of perfectly good food in America Greenfield is peddling solo across the country and dining solely from dumpsters.
    Rob Greenfield despises shoes. He despises money. Most of all he despises waste. So in order to point out the colossal disposal of perfectly good food in America Greenfield is peddling solo across the country and dining solely from dumpsters.
  • Ferguson to Detroit: The other side of the badge

    Ferguson to Detroit: The other side of the badge

    Friday, September 5 2014 7:50 AM EDT2014-09-05 11:50:22 GMT
    LeDuff: There are conflicting accounts about what happened between the cop and the teen.   There is no videotape and so we may never know what really happened. But after getting an unprovoked beating with a traffic cone in Ferguson myself, I wondered what it must be like to be on the other side of the shield.
    LeDuff: There are conflicting accounts about what happened between the cop and the teen. There is no videotape and so we may never know what really happened. But after getting an unprovoked beating with a traffic cone in Ferguson myself, I wondered what it must be like to be on the other side of the shield.
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