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Top Tampa news: Police target cyclists, pedestrians; pay cut for some physicians at Tampa General

Top Tampa news: Police target cyclists, pedestrians; pay cut for some physicians at Tampa General
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By Hoodline - Published on February 05, 2020.

Missed the most recent top news in Tampa? Read on for everything you need to know.

Some physicians at Tampa General reportedly take pay cut because of health care costs

According to WTSP, emergency medicine physicians at Tampa General Hospital have had to take roughly a 4% cut in pay and work longer hours for benefits. United Healthcare and the private staffing company, TeamHealth, couldn’t come to an agreement regarding reimbursements.

Read the full story on WTSP.

Police target cyclists, pedestrians 

Tampa police just wrapped up an enforcement campaign centered on speeding drivers, but they're shifting now to walkers and cyclists on busy roads.

Read the full story on WTSP.

Tampa woman caught in latest Puerto Rico earthquake while delivering supplies

Jeannie Calderin with the nonprofit Somos Puerto Rico Tampa was caught in Tuesday’s magnitude 5.0 quake while delivering relief supplies.

Read the full story on WTSP.

Group researches details on possible lost cemetery at MacDill

Researchers with New South Associates are in town to find more information about the lost Port Tampa City Cemetery that could be at MacDill Air Force Base.

Read the full story on WTSP.

No injuries in house fire

Crews were called to a home around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday at Bird and 14th streets for a house fire.

Read the full story on WTSP.


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