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Nonstop flights from Tampa Bay Area to other Bay Area coming soon

Tampa International Airport (@FlyTPA on Twitter) scores nonstop flights to San Francisco starting in February 2017.

The long-sought flights will be operated by United and will take five to six hours each way.

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Will technology help attract millennials to Florida agriculture?

Farming in Florida's future will look very different from traditional practices. But how different and who will lead the changes? Those questions are top of mind for people training the next generation of farmers preparing to harness new technology and combat disease, invasive species and weather to shape what comes next in the state's agri-business industry.

Given the popularity of local and organic foods, opportunity knocks for those willing to get their hands dirty.

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Download Florida Stories app to take walking history tour of Ybor City

A new app created by friends of Ybor City is now available for download. Smart phone users can follow along with an oral history about Jose Marti's experiences in Tampa in the 1800s.

The app represents a partnership among the Florida Humanities, the Ybor City Chamber of Commerce, Visit Tampa Bay and Tucker Hall. Long-time Historian Gary Mormino provides the narrative.

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Will hops do for Florida what grapes do for California?

Researchers at the University of Florida are busy developing a form of hops that could thrive in Florida's warm climate as the next cash crop for agriculture.

Hops are a key ingredient in beer-making, one of the fastest-growing industries in Florida.

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Largest Cuban art exhibit goes on display in Tallahassee

Two years in the making, the largest display of Cuban art seen in the U.S. in over 70 years is on display at the FSU Museum of Fine Art in Tallahassee through March 27, 2016.

Lawyer and art collector Segundo Fernandez made the display possible.

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Made in Tampa: Flight simulators train military, commercial aviation around globe

Learning to fly aircraft is no easy task but doing so safely whether you're a newbie or an experienced pro is enhanced by flight simulators made in Tampa. 

CAE USA makes about 75 percent of flight simulators used around the globe for military and civilian pilots.

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Today's Times: 25 most influential business leaders in Tampa Bay area

Jim 'Hondo' Geurts, Judy Genshaft, Bill Edwards, Joe Lopano are expected to be the most influential of 25 top business leaders in the Tampa Bay region in 2016, according to a list compiled by the Tampa Bay Times.

Many of the names on the list are familiar on the local scene but others are carving out new space within their own unique spheres of influence.

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Record number of tourists visit West Central Florida

Tourists from all over the globe continue to flock to West Central Florida in record numbers to visit the Tampa Bay area's beaches, theme parks and entertainment destinations.

Hotels, restaurants and smaller shops catering to visitors report record amounts of sales tax collections, including the latest reports from Sarasota and Manatee counties.

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Taipei team wins Hult prize; UT team among finalists

Team Tembo, the University of Tampa team of students and graduates, put Tampa and the University of Tampa on the global map of intellectual capital Sept. 26 when it finished among the top 5 in the Clinton Global Initiative's $1M Hult Prize.

A group from National Chengchi in Taipei won for Impct.co aims to revolutionize the way children in slums around the world receive education and healthcare.

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Fortune 500 companies considering moves to Tampa, Hillsborough County

Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corp. CEO Rick Homans says at least 5 Fortune 500 companies are seriously considering moving their headquarters to the Tampa Bay region.

The area is widely seen as ripe for investment following the synergy created by multibillion-dollar investments in expanding the airport, redesigning 45 acres around Port Tampa Bay and Tampa Bay Lightning Owner Jeff Vinik's plans to redo 40 acres around the Amalie Arena.

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Port Tampa Bay vision plan would transform waterfront

The 45 acres surrounding Port Tampa Bay -- more land than Jeff Vinik's 40 acres near Amalie Arena -- could one day be developed into attractive waterfront property, including new apartments, condos, hotels, green spaces and lots of people taking in the urban scene to live, work and play.

That's the vision unveiled by Port President and CEO Paul Anderson along with consultant Luis Ajamil, president of the Miami-based planning, architecture and engineering firm of Bermello Ajamil & Partners.

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Airport business PEMCO soars after financial difficulties

PEMCO, a company that buys, renovates and sells older airplanes at Tampa International Airport is making a successful comeback following years of bankruptcy-forced reorganization.

The airport-based company operates two 150,000-square-feet hangars round the clock.

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Global trade, travel unite Tampa Bay area business leaders

More than anytime in the Tampa Bay region's past, business and community leaders are looking to the future and seeing nothing but opportunities when it comes to trade and travel.

Increased flights into and out of local airports, including Tampa International, to Europe and Central and South America are driving the synergy, as is the prospect of more free trade with a variety of countries, including Cuba.

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Tampa airport renovation attracts local restaurants, foodies

Local restaurants are stepping up to open new digs inside the renovated Tampa International Airport. The airport's expansion will make room for new options in dining and everyone wants a seat at the table. 

Expect the airport to become even more of a destination for foodies come 2017.

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Reasons for optimism about Tampa Bay economic future

Tourism is up. Housing sales and starts are up. Investments in property and new developments are promising to transform entire neighborhoods.

Tampa Bay Times Columnist Robert Trigaux lists 20 reasons for optimism about the Tampa Bay area's economic climate.

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