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The Florida Gators take on the Bulldogs of UGA in Jacksonville
A woman has died on a Princess cruise out of Florida. A report says she went overboard after a fight.
So why isn't Blake Casper resting on his laurels and eating Egg McMuffins every morning at one of his 64 McDonalds?
Sand sculpture event draws crowds on Treasure Island Beach
Bishop McLaughlin wasn’t pulling any punches after its 25-16, 25-16, 25-22 loss to Doral Divine Savior Academy on Saturday afternoon in the Class 3A state final. As the Hurricanes (30-1) stood on the Suncoast Credit Union Arena floor watching the Sharks celebrate their first state title, explanations weren’t hard to come by.
With a sweep Shorecrest took down Benjamin 3-0 (25-23, 25-18, 25-22). Despite being district runners-up, Shorecrest (24-4) left no doubt that it is a deserving state champ. After losing to Calvary Christian in the regular season and the Class 4A, District 4 tournament final, the Chargers finally defeated the Warriors 3-1 in the region final. From there, they did not lose a set in their next two matches and lost only one set in the region playoffs.
And after winning the first set, a state title looked very possible. Then the momentum, and Plant’s confidence, started to fade. The Raiders won the second set by two points and never looked back in a 3-1 (17-25, 25-23, 25-15, 25-19) win at the Suncoast Credit Union Arena. Plant (27-2) was trying to win its 11th state championship in school history. St. Thomas Aquinas (26-5) won its sixth state title.
Game highlights from Friday’s games as the top high school teams in Tampa Bay battled for the win.
Customers started arriving at 4:30 a.m., even though they knew made no difference. The David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts opened single-ticket sales for Hamilton on Friday, the biggest milestone so far after two years of planning. The show runs Feb. 12, 2019 until March 10.
Here are images of the machine recount of ballots that are underway in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Broward Counties.
Bucs Mike Liedtke (67) carries the flag onto the field before the Bucs game against the Redskins Sunday 11/11/2018 in Tampa. JIM DAMASKE | Times The flag is displayed before the Bucs game against the Redskins Sunday 11/11/2018 in Tampa. JIM D...
Plant defeats Gaither 36-16, Palmetto takes down Pinellas Park 38-21 and Nature Coast dominated Gainesville Eastside 57-26.
On Friday, 5-year-old Riley was adopted by two loving parents John and Tracey Karl during the annual Pinellas County Adoption Day celebration at the County Justice Center in Clearwater, Florida. During the ceremony 32 other children were adopted in to new families.