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Beyonce's "Lemonade" Creates Massive Buzz

There's been buzz for months around Beyonce's new "Formation" tour. In Tampa, fans are especially excited, as Beyonce's been spotted rehearsing for Friday night's show at Raymond James Stadium. But the singer took the hype to another level when she recently surprised fans by dropping a new album. Called "Lemonade," it came with a lush hour-long video -- and is full of hints of infidelity and relationship crisis. The album was released the same night as the video appeared on HBO. The album...
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The U.S. Justice Department will release its report this morning on apparent racial disparities in the Tampa Police Department's issuance of bicycle citations.

Beginning in July, if you have health insurance and go to an in-network hospital but a doctor who is not in your insurance plan’s network helps you, you aren’t supposed to get a surprise bill.

The latest Hospital Safety Scores released by the not-for-profit watchdog Leapfrog Group show less than 25 percent of general, acute-care hospitals in Florida earned an A.

Last year, nearly half earned As.

Heide Castañeda

While many viewed the recent U.S. Supreme Court case involving President Barack Obama's executive actions on immigration with a passing interest at best, Heide Castañeda's involvement was much more personal.

Cathy Carter

School wraps up in Pinellas County in just six more weeks, but educators hope students don't see that as a time to stop reading.

Florida, Alabama Senators Renew River Battle With Georgia

Apr 25, 2016
U.S. Geological Survey

U.S. senators from Florida and Alabama are again asking Congress to intervene in their states' long-running "water wars" with Georgia.

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Thousands of people showed up for the 7th annual EcoFest Saturday hosted by Learning Gate Community School, the City of Tampa and the University of South Florida Patel College of Global Sustainability.

Sheriff: Officers Didn't Stand By And Watch Teens Drown

Apr 25, 2016
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office

When three Florida teenagers stole a car, crashed it into a cemetery pond and then drowned, Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri talked about his frustration, about lives "needlessly lost," and how the vehicle became a death chamber for the three girls.

Florida's Tax Agency Drawing Fire From Gun Supporters

Apr 25, 2016
Associated Press

The state agency responsible for enforcing Florida's tax laws is drawing ire from gun supporters as well as from some elected officials.

Florida is facing some serious doctor shortages in the next decade because of growth and an aging population. A statewide hospital network hopes more residency slots will help.

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