Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Bronze bust of Princess Ulele hauled away before dawn from Tampa Riverwalk
A work crew prepares to hoist an 1,800-pound sculpture of Indian Princess Ulele from the north end of the Tampa Riverwalk before dawn Tuesday. [BRONTE WITTPENN   |   Times]
TAMPA — With only a moving crew as witnesses, an 1,800 pound bronze bust of Indian Princess Ulele was hoisted up and hauled away before dawn Tuesday under orders from the city of Tampa.The sculpture
Clay Hollis, left shown here with Adam Putnam during a campaign stop was named director of external affairs in Adam Putnam's Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services last year. Hollis is the son of a former vice president of Publix, M. Clayton Hollis Jr. one of the largest donors to Putnam's campaign for governor. [Facebook]
Adam Putnam hired a donor’s 27-year-old son to a $91,000 job. There’s a Publix connection.
Thousands of dead fish, including large grouper, line the seawall at the north end of the Harbourside Condominium complex in St. Pete Beach. The complex is located on Deadman Key in Boca Ceiga Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway. The fish kill is the result of Red Tide in Pinellas County. [SCOTT KEELER | Times]
Red Tide has swept into the Intracoastal Waterway, littering parks and canals with dead fish
Bucs quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (14) points to a teammate during the second half. [TAILYR IRVINE  | Times]
When deciding whether to keep starting Ryan Fitzpatrick, throw out logic
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