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Roughly 21,000 Duke Energy customers remained in the dark Saturday afternoon as crews continued to restore power across Pinellas County. . (read more)


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Drivers nationwide are finally seeing some relief at the pump. However, Tampa Bay residents may have to wait a little longer. (read more)

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While many are closely monitoring Hurricane Maria out in the Caribbean, Tampa Bay residents can expect mostly pleasant, dry weather throughout much of the week. . (read more)

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Schools have had to tweak and improvise menus because many schools also served as shelters during the hurricane and provided meals to evacuees, cutting down on their inventories (read more)

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TALLAHASSEE — Florida businesses and residents, whose employment or self-employment was lost or interrupted because of Hurricane Irma, may apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA). This federal assistance is for those that don't qualify for the state's regular unemployment benefits. (read more)

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A College of Wooster football player died Sunday, one day after feeling ill after a game against Ohio Wesleyan (read more)

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Clinton donated the pizza to a local literacy program days after Edgar Welch fired an AR-15 rifle inside Comet Ping Pong (read more)

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One victim died at the scene and one died later at Elmhurst General Hospital, authorities said, with six other passengers still in critical condition (read more)

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If Su’a Cravens has decided he wants to return to the Washington Redskins and continue his football career, the defensive back has apparently not mentioned it to the people who matter. On Monday, Jay Gruden was asked about a report over the weekend that claimed Cravens is expected to return to the Redskins in the coming days. (read more)

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