USF closes classrooms due to bed bugs
Six classrooms at the University of South Florida in Tampa are currently closed because of a bed bug…
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4 jobs that pay well without so much school
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Job recruitment up, but not as high as desired
Job seekers turn to entrepreneurship for success
Taking Action: Asking for a raise
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Tomato farm fined for paying guest workers more
A Tampa Bay area farm is under fire, accused of taking advantage of a federal program to replace local workers with foreign labor.
I-Team: 2 HART Managers suspended
Two high level managers at HART are on paid administrative leave... all after the I-Team started asking questions.
ER Patients put in halls due to overcrowding
A population boom is potentially stressing a Bay area hospital's resources.
Call for gang policy for Pasco fire department
Pasco County authorities consider the "1 percent" patch on motorcyclists a public safety issue due to his criminal gang status.
Humanity's worst trick: making big cats vanish
Conservation groups say big cat populations are shrinking across the board and that human factors play a role in those declines.
Fewer and fewer people are smoking in the US
Only 15.1 percent of American adults were smokers in 2015.
Natural insect repellent may be less effective
Consumer Reports found several natural insect repellents only provided mosquito protection for 30 minutes.
Study shows health care CEOs support Obamacare
A survey from Modern Healthcare shows more than two-thirds of health care executives support keeping Obamacare, while just 2 percent want it gone.