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  1. Electric, autonomous vehicles featured at Tampa auto show


    TAMPA — The two biggest trends in the automotive space are ones you've likely heard of: electric vehicles and autonomous cars.

    Workers complete the final preparations for the Tampa Bay International Auto Show Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 at the Tampa Convention Center. The show will open Friday, Nov. 17 at noon and run through Sunday. [MALENA CAROLLO   |   Times]
  2. Nearly 2.6 million Floridians expected to travel for Thanksgiving


    TAMPA — Thanksgiving is predicted to bring out the highest number of travelers since 2005. According to AAA, The Auto Club Group, 50.9 million Americans — 3.3 percent more than 2016 — are expected to travel 50 miles or more for the holiday, including 2.6 million Floridians, up 3.2 percent from last …

    Nearly 2.6 million Floridians are expected to travel for Thanksgiving this year, according to AAA, The Auto Club Group. | [Times file photo]
  3. Tampa Bay residents have second-lowest amount of disposable income


    Tampa Bay residents have a mixed bag when it comes to disposable income. According to a recent income study by Trove Technologies, a California-based storage company, Florida residents have the highest amount of discretionary income in the southeast. But within Florida, Tampa Bay residents have the second-lowest amount, …

    Tampa Bay residents have state's second-lowest amount of disposable income. | [Times file photo]
  4. Tampa Bay gas prices spike in a day with higher demand


    Your eyes aren't deceiving you — gas prices really did shoot up in a single day. Tampa Bay pump prices averaged $2.35 per gallon Tuesday, up almost 10 cents from $2.26 per gallon Monday, according to AAA, The Auto Club Group.

    Tampa Bay gas prices went up about 10 cents overnight to hit $2.35 per gallon Tuesday. | [Times file photo]
  5. My First Car: 1955 Ford Thunderbird, Wayne Gleaton, 68, Thonotosassa


    '55 Ford Thunderbird

    My first car was a 1955 Ford Thunderbird. In 1964, a childhood friend of mine told me about the car, which was for sale at Mason's Motors on Hillsborough Avenue in Tampa. (I've pretty much lived in Tampa all my life.) My dad, who was a big T-Bird fan, and I went down to look at …

     1955 Ford Thunderbird, Wayne Gleaton, 68, Tampa