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Crowdfunding your way to homeownership

Is real estate the next frontier of the crowdfunding craze?

Small business owners struggle to bounce back after Hurricane Irma and Harvey

Flooding in southwest Texas has made the recovery from Harvey difficult; and some parts of Florida have been without power all week.
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Video of a dinosaur-sized alligator in Florida is going viral — and Twitter is freaking out

Lakeland Police Department captured video of the massive alligator, and folks are freaking out about "Humpback" the "dinosaur."
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7 volunteers in Tampa were arrested for feeding homeless people

On Tampa city property, giving away food can be considered a crime.

iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2016: When and where to watch

Catch the holiday special airing on Dec. 15 at 8 p.m.

The price of homes in these 10 US cities soared in 2016

You wish you bought a home last year in these hot urban centers.

This Harrowing 3-D Map Shows Exactly What Happened Inside the Pulse Nightclub Shooting

An interactive tour takes you through the horrifying sequence of events.
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People May Soon Be Able to Pay Their Parking Fines With Canned Food Donations

Finally, a good reason to stock up on Chef Boyardee.
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Marco Rubio Attended 4 Different Colleges — Here’s Why

Marco Rubio wanted to play in the NFL — but that didn't go as planned.

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Investigation Into Tampa's Biking Tickets Points to Racial Profiling

Sadly, this story is becoming more and more familiar.
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The Republican Alternative to Obamacare is a Sweet Kegger

Well, probably not, but you'd never be able to tell from Generation Opportunity's crass anti-Obamacare antics this past weekend.

Does a 'Hunger Games' Summer Camp Go Too Far?

Would you let your child be chosen as tribute?
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Tampa Has An Outrageous New Solution to Its Homeless Problem

Tampa City Council has come up with a new solution to their homelessness problem: incarceration with no affordable housing alternatives. Is solving homelessness about getting rid of the homeless?
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Yes Mr. President, Trayvon Martin Could Have Stood His Ground

The facts are clear: "Stand Your Ground" actually has benefitted blacks more than whites.
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Tropical Storm Andrea Update: Has Made Landfall in Tampa Bay Area

Around 3pm Thursday, Tropical Storm Andrea make landfall near Tampa Bay on the western coast of Florida. Flood warnings have been issued as far North as Washington, D.C. and NYC.
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What My Experience as a Female in Defense Tells Me About the Next Secretary of Defense Choice

Though Chuck Hagel is not the best choice to lead the Defense Department, he probably will be confirmed despite Michelle Flournoy's better qualifications and experience.

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Latest Presidential Polls: Early Vote Advantage Could Deliver Florida to Obama

We’ve had nearly a week of early voting here in the Sunshine State and the Democrats have been out in force.
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Hurricane Isaac Tracker 2012: New Orleans Residents Return Home to Floods, Power Outages, and Peace of Mind

In New Orleans, we battened down the hatches and waited for Hurricane Isaac. After the storm we gratefully cleaned our gutters and thanked God this one hadn't been Katrina's second coming.
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James OKeefe Rightly Denied Entry to RNC Convention

James O'Keefe was not able to travel to Tampa. Was this a violation of his rights?
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National Hurricane Center: Hurricane Isaac Could Crash RNC on Monday

Though Republicans are reluctant to cancel, or even delay, their gathering; Vice President Joe Biden canceled his Tampa trip because of concern that the trip may disrupt disaster planning.
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Sarah Palin Porn Stars to Entertain Republicans During Tampa GOP Convention

The adult industry is gearing up for the RNC in Tampa, Florida, where over 40,000 Republicans are expected to attend in hot August.

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Why There's No Reason To Fear 'Sharia Law'

A Florida judge's decision to allow Islamic law into a private case should be an example of how to peacefully and cheaply resolve disputes, without the constraints of national law.