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  1. Survey: car and truck reliability hurt by tech glitches

    Autos

    DETROIT — Technology glitches including Bluetooth phone pairing and misunderstood voice commands put a dent in car and truck reliability scores in a major survey of automobile owners.

    In this Jan. 14, 2014 file photo,  the Lexus RC F Coupe is unveiled at the at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Lexus and Porsche tied for the top spot, leading all brands for dependability in the survey released Wednesday  by the consulting firm J.D. Power.
[Associated Press]
  2. Curtis Reeves and his defense attorneys Richard Escobar and Dino Michaels break for lunch during a Stand Your Ground Hearing at the Robert D. Sumner Judicial Center in Dade City, Fla. [CHARLIE KAIJO   |   Times]
  3. Watch the Oscars in style Sunday at Tampa Theatre's Hollywood Awards Night

    Movies

    Tampa Theatre ended its official Oscar Night affiliation with the academy years ago, but the party goes on. Now it's called Hollywood Awards Night, the way sports bars throw "Big Game" parties on Super Bowl Sunday to avoid copyright infringement.

    Tampa Theatre signature red carpet touches: a limo ride around the block; adoring "fans" and "paparazzi" lining the entrance; movie-themed costumes. Formalwear or glam are welcome. [Times file (2012)]
  4. Lawsuit filed in power-line electrocution of bicyclist on Courtney Campbell

    Civil

    TAMPA — Early one day last July, Gregory Patterson pedaled his bicycle along the Courtney Campbell Causeway Trail as a lethal, downed power line dangled dangerously in his path.

    Tampa police and Tampa Electric Co. workers inspect the bicycle ridden by Gregory Patterson when he was electrocuted by a downed power line while riding on the Courtney Campbell causeway July 13. [OCTAVIO JONES   |   Times]
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