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Tampa Bay native and famous rapper Rod Wave is recognizing the increasing gas prices in his hometown. He's doing what he can to help his community with a little relief on their bank accounts.

Earlier this week on Instagram, he told his audience he'll be at a local Sunoco with $25,000 giving away free full tanks of gas! Sounds like a pretty good deal if you're in the St. Petersburg area, right?

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Le cinquième affrontement Canadien-Lightning a lieu ce mercredi 7 juillet et ça pourrait être le dernier, alors que les Habs font face à l'élimination. Or, la mairesse de Tampa, Jane Castor, en a rajouté une couche, mardi après-midi, affirmant que l'ouragan Elsa, qui se dirige vers la ville, n'aura pas d'impact sur la tenue de la partie.

« On est pas mal certains que le match du Lightning aura lieu et que le trophée sera soulevé », a affirmé l'amatrice de hockey, visiblement confiante, mais souriante, devant son lutrin arborant un drapeau de son équipe locale lors d'une conférence de presse.

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Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick is being honored in Tampa, Florida, ahead of Super Bowl weekend for his social justice activism. 

Kaepernick last December partnered with Ben and Jerry's to put out a new honorary ice cream flavor, “Change the Whirled,” and now they're doing even more to raise awareness about police violence and systemic racism against minorities.

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This year's Super Bowl is officially set, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be taking on last year's champions, the Kansas City Chiefs.

But the game is already turning out to be one for the books weeks before it's even played thanks to the Buccaneers' appearance.

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Torontonians who can't watch the Raptors games in person might feel a little better knowing that neither can people in Tampa.

In a statement made on Saturday, the CEO of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Steve Griggs, announced they would be closing the Amalie Arena for both Tampa Bay Lightning and Toronto Raptors games because of rising COVID-19 numbers in the area. 

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