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Caregiver charged after two kids die in crash

An 18-month-old and a 16-year-old were killed in a crash near Tyrone Square Boulevard and Norfolk Street in St. Petersburg Friday, according to police. The St. Petersburg Police Department says an 18-year-old woman has now been charged with manslaughter and child abuse.
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Tampa man gets 40 years in Craigslist murder case

TAMPA — Dontae Johnson, the young man a jury decided was the person who shot and killed a father in front of his teenage son during a dirt bike sale in 2017, was sentenced Friday to 40 years in prison. Johnson was 17 when the crime occurred. Although prosecutors sought...
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I'm a pizza junkie. Grabbing a slice of delicious pizza is one of the tremendous gustatory pleasures that just about everyone experiences. Choosing a fantastic pizzeria in Tampa is not too hard when you have a shortlist of the three best pizzeria locations in your neighborhood. From New York to Neapolitan, grabbing a tasty slice means it is party time. Bring on the pepperoni.
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Exclusive: Feeding Tampa Bay to build massive distribution warehouse

The nonprofit organization Feeding Tampa Bay, which focuses on providing food access to families, plans to build a 181,440-square-foot distribution warehouse in Tampa. Feeding Tampa Bay, part of the national Feeding America network, provides food to over one million food-insecure families in the 10-county area of West Central Florida. The...
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The Dali Museum wants to expand. How will that affect the Mahaffey Theater?

The Dali Museum has proposed its own 400-space garage and a 20,000-square-foot building that would include a virtual reality exhibit, an event space and a restaurant. But changes to the waterfront campus means St. Petersburg City Hall must get involved, and if City Council approves, voters could have a referendum on their Nov. 2 ballot. It could also mean that the Performing Arts District, home to the Dali and the Mahaffey Theater, could have a revamped entrance with more curb appeal.
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