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News at noon: Lightning's stars need to step up tonight; family suggests deputy overreacted in fatal shooting; and more

Here are the top five latest headlines and updates on tampabay.com.

A deputy shot a Tampa man with a history of cutting himself. His family says it was an overreaction.

Seven times in the previous five months, family members had called for help after Jesus Calderon deliberately cut himself. In each case, he was taken into protective custody and dropped off at a mental health center without showing any aggression toward deputies or paramedics, records obtained by the Tampa Bay Times show. On the eighth time, he was fatally shot by a Hillsborough County deputy. Tony Marrero talks with the family who says he was a gentle man with mental disorders who was expecting to be taken into custody for treatment.

It's already time for Lightning's stars to show up

Bless Alex Killorn and Anthony Cirelli's hearts, but third lines don't bring a Cup home. That's the warning from columnist Martin Fennelly, who suggests the Lightning's best players need to step up tonight to avoid going into an 0-2 hole against the Columbus Blue Jackets.

The Trial of John Jonchuck, Day 19: The last round of testimony

The defense in the John Jonchuck trial will call a handful of witnesses to try to solidify its insanity case before closing arguments, which could take place on Monday. Stay with tampabay.com for continuing coverage.

Get ready for an annoying double whammy: Tax Day and scam calls

Tax Day is approaching, and as if that wasn't enough of a headache, a swarm of robocalls could be coming your way as well. According to an analysis by area-code lookup site AllAreaCodes.com, complaints about phone scams are expected to peak next week, with many callers attempting to impersonate the Internal Revenue Service.

Walls go up, I-275 noise to go down

Three sets of walls are being built along Interstate 275, two at the north and southbound Roosevelt Boulevard exits and one at the northbound Gandy Boulevard exit. The walls are part of the $580 million Gateway Expressway project, and Divya Kumar explains how the walls are an attempt to shield neighbors from noise ahead.

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