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It is home to the third largest Veteran population in the nation with more than 1.6 million.
5 hrs ago
Weapons haul found in Florida man's car after racially charged gas station shooting
A Florida man pulled over by police near a university in a Jeep laden with guns and military gear is facing hate crime charges after he fired gunshots at a gas station during a racially charged argument with an Arab man.
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WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Your kids are probably getting dumberYour kids are probably getting...
Your kids are probably getting dumber Are your kids dumber now than they were three months ago? Scientists say, probably, yes.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Creative Loafing Tampa
Fall Arts Preview 2014 - Etcetera
Don't miss ... Spirited: Prohibition in America Attention, guys and dolls: The touring exhibition at the Tampa Bay History Center, explores a notorious "dry" spell in American history, from with the dawn of the temperance movement through the Roaring '20s to the unprecedented repeal of a constitutional amendment.
St. Petersburg Times
Lieutenant governor choice would be an outrageous choice, if only anyone cared
I say because it's really a column about the duties of Florida's lieutenant governor, a topic leading scientists have actually discussed as an antidote to outrage.
Esquire names Miami the 'true home' of the Cuban sandwich, Tampa has a hissy fit
Good grief: From the same ridiculous folks who put salami in a Cuban sandwich, a lecture on the Cuban staple's origins.
Customer Interaction Solutions
INSERTING and REPLACING Healthcare's Trillion Dollar Transformation Comes to Life at MediFuture
Health Innovation Center and the Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corporation enlisted six of the nation's most innovative health market companies and their partner organizations to answer this question with "living" exhibits that demonstrate the future of the health and wellness market in Tampa this September 16-18 at MediFuture 2024, an ... (more)
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Tampa Bay Newspapers
Chef competes in televised Challenge
Six years ago, Pat Bearry grew tired of his longtime career in law enforcement. He'd moved to Seminole from Maryland a year earlier to take a job as a deputy sheriff in Manatee County and to remain close to his son, a football player at the University of South Florida.
Students' Help-Seeking Strategies Offer Clues for Educators
It's one of the first lessons of school, but as more students learn in and out of classrooms, in person and online, educators and researchers are starting to take another look at how students learn to ask for help.
Boy missing since 1940 ID'd: Juvenile's name from reform school released
Univ. of South Florida researchers said they identified George Owen Smith as the first of 55 bodies they exhumed from the grounds of the renamed Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
The Bradenton Times
USF to Launch Master of Science in Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health Degree Program
The University of South Florida will be launching yet another new degree program into its graduate studies.
The News Tribune
The follies of higher ed
The capacity of the American university to come up with great new ideas of how to improve higher education is, as the kids say, awesome.
Selective therapy may improve artery repair after interventional cardiovascular procedures
A new therapy developed by researchers at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine and Columbia University Medical Center may help reduce the life-threatening complications of interventional cardiovascular disease treatment.
The Impact of Low Income College Students on Inequality
College is generally a good investment. On average, people who earn a four year degree go on to make almost twice as much as those with only a high school diploma.
Gallagher goes on his last tour, records his last CD. Are watermelons forbidden?
Depending on who and what you read and believe, the watermelon-smashing Leo Anthony Gallagher is broke, having lost $3 million dollars on, losing it all by "betting on America.
Florida Polytechnic University celebrates opening
The festivities began Friday with a gala at the university's Innovation, Science and Technology Building designed by noted Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Drone Beat: Strikes in Iraq, Crashes in Yellowstone and More
The U.S. government uses them to bomb alleged terrorists in far-away places. Tech companies like Amazon, Google and Facebook are all toying with the idea of using them, and now they're a photographer's secret weapon.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
WNYC-AM New York
Training Police To Put Aside Their Biases
The police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, has cast a spotlight on race relations and racial profiling by police in the U.S. The angry protests by Ferguson residents reveal the lack of trust and confidence in their local police force.
St. Petersburg Times
USF considering new locations, including downtown Tampa, for medical school
University of South Florida's health programs are, as the new medical school dean puts it, "bursting at the seams."
Thu Aug 14, 2014
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
USF students hold memorial for Michael Brown
USF students hold memorial for Michael Brown USF students hold memorial for Michael Brown Check out this story on wtsp.com: http://on.wtsp.com/VqOfnE Tampa Florida -- About 100 people gathered Thursday behind at the Marshall Student Center at the University of South Florida in a sign of support for the victims of urban violence, and part memorial ... (more)