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  1. Analysis: Bannon is out, but his agenda may live on

    08.20 / 00:17 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
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  2. 'Free speech rally' cut short after massive counterprotest

    08.20 / 00:17 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    BOSTON — Thousands of demonstrators chanting anti-Nazi slogans converged Saturday on downtown Boston in a boisterous repudiation of white nationalism, dwarfing a small group of conservatives who cut short their planned "free speech rally" a week after a gathering of hate groups led to bloodshed in…
  3. Police pull unconscious New Port Richey man from SUV in Cotee River

    08.20 / 00:17 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    NEW PORT RICHEY — Police rescued an unconscious driver whose sport utility vehicle plunged into the Cotee River on…
  4. Trump to skip Kennedy Center Honors awards program

    08.19 / 23:18 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — Acknowledging that he has become a "political distraction," President Donald Trump has decided to skip the festivities surrounding the annual Kennedy Center Honors arts awards later this year, the White House announced Saturday amid the continuing fallout over Trump's stance on last weekend's white supremacist…
  5. Bucs' Ali Marpet: Move to center could pay off big

    08.19 / 22:08 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    TAMPA — No player works as closely with Jameis Winston as the center. Only those two touch the ball on every play. Together they make — if you will — snap judgements about defensive…
  6. Bucs mull options at right tackle as Dotson awaits MRI

    08.19 / 19:04 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    Right tackle Demar Dotson, the Bucs' most experienced offensive lineman, will undergo an MRI on his injured groin Saturday, three weeks before the season…
  7. Two Boca Ciega students arrested on charges they brought gun to high school football game

    08.19 / 18:10 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    PINELLAS PARK — Two Boca Ciega High School students were arrested for having a loaded semi-automatic handgun with them at a Friday night football game at Pinellas Park High…
  8. Bucs-Jaguars was NFL's lowest-rated ESPN game since 2005

    08.19 / 16:07 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    It is just the preseason, and it is the Jaguars, but Thursday night's Bucs-Jags preseason game earned a 1.6 rating on ESPN, which is the lowest-rated preseason game (excluding NFL Network) in 12 years, according to Sports Media…
  9. Carlton: A moment of sanity when citizens finally said no

    08.19 / 09:11 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    If you were looking for some small sign of sanity in the world, here's one courtesy of the people of Tampa and Hillsborough…
  10. Jameis Winston's hardest lesson: He can't always save the day

    08.18 / 23:19 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
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  11. Florida starter under center still under wraps

    08.18 / 23:19 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    GAINESVILLE — With two weeks before Florida opens its season against Michigan, the Gators' three-way quarterback battle remains wide…
  12. Editorial: Making tax increases harder would sentence Florida to mediocrity

    08.18 / 21:07 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    Florida has one of the lowest state tax burdens in the nation, a long list of unmet needs and a Republican-controlled state government that treats any talk of a tax increase as heresy. Yet Gov. Rick Scott wants voters to approve a constitutional amendment to make it even harder for the Legislature to raise taxes. That's election-year pandering,…
  13. Salvation Army, Red Cross, Susan G. Komen abandon Trump's Mar-a-Lago

    08.18 / 19:58 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    The Salvation Army, the American Red Cross and Susan G. Komen on Friday joined a growing exodus of organizations canceling plans to hold fundraising events at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, deepening the financial impact to President Donald Trump's private business amid furor over his comments on…
  14. Algae bloom and fish kill confirmed in Old Tampa Bay

    08.18 / 17:52 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    An algae bloom and fish kill have been confirmed in Old Tampa Bay from Safety Harbor to the south end of the Bayside…
  15. The weeks' most compelling photos from Tampa Bay and Florida

    08.18 / 16:49 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    Florida photos of the week for August 11 - August 18: Beach family yoga, Confederate symbols as flashpoints, American Idol winners and hopefuls, Fetish Con, the second oldest survivor of the Pearl Harbor attack turns 104, an armada of rubber ducks, and…
  16. Tina Fey urges Americans: Stay home from neo-Nazi rallies. Eat a sheet cake instead. (w/ video)

    08.18 / 14:48 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    Tina Fey is fuming about last weekend's violence in Charlottesville, home to her alma mater, the University of…
  17. Bucs' Mike Evans motivated by deep ball that got away

    08.18 / 13:45 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    JACKSONVILLE — Bucs receiver Mike Evans had an efficient half of football Thursday night, with six ball thrown his way and five catches for 57 yards in Tampa Bay's 12-8 preseason win over the…
  18. Gerald McCoy: Bucs defense wanted to 'set the tone' vs. Jaguars

    08.18 / 13:45 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    JACKSONVILLE — The Bucs' starting defense held the Jaguars to a total of 1 rushing yard on 7 carries in the first half of Thursday's 12-8 win. And they were…
  19. City bus crashes into South Tampa office building

    08.18 / 13:45 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    TAMPA — A city bus veered off the road and crashed into a South Tampa office building on Friday…
  20. Guest column: Julian Craft worked a lifetime to help those down and out in Brandon

    08.18 / 12:49 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Top News
    Julian Craft died June 28. He was 84. In this memoriam, Brandon attorney B. Lee Elam, a friend and colleague, recalls Craft as a man with humble beginnings who spent much of his life offering a hand-up to individuals and groups across Brandon who desperately needed it. Craft's family asked that donations in his honor be made to groups he…