Links from the Times for June 16: Culverhouse resolution, wedding ring, Bolleas in court
Culverhouse family feud over charity donations settled, with deathbed wishes restored
The four-year battle to restore the deathbed wishes of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Hugh Culverhouse Sr. ended Monday with a settlement requiring the distribution of millions of dollars from his family foundation to local nonprofits and medical institutions.
May 2005: Charity in conflict
Before his death, Bucs owner Hugh Culverhouse asked trustees of his foundation to donate millions to 38 charities. His widow, Joy McCann Culverhouse, agreed in a 1997 court settlement to continue that plan. But after she remarried, foundation funds began flowing to charities with ties to her new husband.
See a graphic about where the donations went.
September 2005: Culverhouse wishes in judge's hands
Wedding ring found
A stranger with a metal detector recovers the wedding ring of a couple married 68 years
Read the story that inspired thousands of tampabay.com readers Monday afternoon.
The Bolleas' divorce
Linda Bollea used alimony money for drugs, ex-hairdresser saysLinda Hogan is using at least part of the $40,000 a month she receives in alimony from her estranged husband, Hulk Hogan, to buy illicit drugs, a witness said in court Monday.