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Sunday, Aug 28, 2016
Longtime Tampa police officer honored for valor dies while diving in Nevada
Master Patrol Officer Fred Arnold III had been with the department for 27 years. [Times files]
TAMPA — A veteran Tampa police officer died while diving in southern Nevada on Saturday, authorities said.
Monsignor Laurence Higgins, while comfortable around people of influence, never got to big for his parish, or the Everyman.
Henderson: Monsignor Higgins tended to all, including Jerome, the score guy
MaryEllen Elia was fired as Hillsborough County superintendent by the School Board in January 2015.
Elia supporters silent as Hillsborough School Board members vie for re-election
The state’s Driver and Vehicle Information Database (DAVID) is intended to provide information to certified users in law enforcement. Some officers have misused it, sometimes inadvertently. FLHSMV.GOV
Misuse of Florida’s driver database is often personal


Report: Pulse victims need more than the millions raised
The OneOrlando Fund has raised $23 million and counting for Pulse nightclub shooting victims, but experts say the donations won't be enough to completely offset the expenses incurred from the mass shooting, according to a report
Sinkholes on Florida Turnpike fixed
Wildlife officials- "Hands off!" on sea turtle hatchlings
4 arrested after attempting West Palm Beach home break-in
Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 4 Midday' game
Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 2 Midday' game


Park Service commemorates 'Finest Hours' oil tanker rescue
The National Park Service is hosting a free screening of "The Finest Hours" and a talk with the author of the book that inspired the film
Italy probes whether negligence played role in quake toll
Longtime Associated Press TV columnist Jerry Buck dies at 85
Longtime Associated Press TV columnist Jerry Buck dies at 85
'Don't Breathe' scores, ousts 'Suicide Squad' at box office
CBS' Charles Osgood to end 22 years as 'Sunday Morning' host


Ohio city's new $868K firetruck doesn't fit in station
Officials in a southwest Ohio city say a new firetruck that cost the city almost $868,000 doesn't fit in its station houses
Woman admits crickets, worms spilling on subway was a stunt
Owner: Pig found after 6 weeks in 'pretty good' condition
Headstone of Civil War soldier to be fixed after 154 years
UK broadcaster shuts down for hour, asks viewers to exercise
Oldest floating US post office scrapes rock, runs aground