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WIFE, SON OF LATE REP. C.W. BILL YOUNG ARRESTED; SHE SAYS POLICE GOT IT WRONG
The son and wife of late former U.S. Rep. C.W. Bill Young were arrested Friday night after a scuffle that began on a lounge dance floor, according to Pinellas County Jail records. Deputies arrested Patrick Rainey Young, 30, about 9:45 p.m. on a charge of battery on a person 65 or older. The victim told deputies Young deliberately bumped into him on the dance floor at JD's Restaurant & Lounge, 125 Gulf Boulevard, and they started wrestling before Young followed him into a bathroom and slammed his head into a mirror, according to an arrest affidavit. In a phone interview Monday with the Tampa Bay Times, Beverly Young said she was not under the influence of alcohol and that her eyes were glassy as the result of recent cataract surgery.
TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TO END PROVISIONAL RESIDENCY FOR 200,000 SALVADORANS
he Trump administration will announce today that it intends to cancel the provisional residency permits of about 200,000 Salvadorans who have lived in the country since at least 2001, leaving them vulnerable to deportation, according to multiple people on Capitol Hill who have been apprised of the plan. The administration will notify the Salvadorans they have until Sept. 9, 2019 to leave the United States or find a new way to obtain legal residency, according to a copy of the announcement prepared by the Department of Homeland Security that will be published this morning.
RESTAURANT REVIEW: ICHICORO ANE BRINGS RAMEN, JAPANESE SMALL PLATES AND A WHOLE LOT OF FUN TO ST. PETERSBURG
When Station House restaurant opened on Christmas Eve 2014 it was a totally reinvented space, Steve Gianfilippo's vision for the basement level of a 104-year-old, five-story, 30,000-square-foot building he'd bought for $3 million. For years, that space had been Cafe Alma — some good years, some less so, with a couple of sets of owners and a legendary Bloody Mary bar. Now it is the home of Ichicoro Ane, sister to the ramen revolutionary Ichicoro in Seminole Heights. Laura Reiley breaks down the new restaurant in this review.
HERE'S WHAT OSCAR VOTERS WILL BE LOOKING AT AFTER THE GOLDEN GLOBES
A fashion blackout and stirring calls to end sexism made afterthoughts of Sunday night's Golden Globe winners. Just when the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's choices mean more than they have in years. Timing is everything during movie awards season, especially one as wide open as this. The end game is winning Academy Awards. By luck of the calendar, the Globes can directly influence Oscars voters. Steve Persall gives a glimpse of which movies could garner Oscar attention.
NAACP WANTS FANS AT COLLEGE TITLE GAME TO PROTEST TRUMP, WAVE WHITE TOWELS
The NAACP wants to see white towels amid the crimson, white, red and black worn by fans to send a message to President Donald Trump during the national college football championship between Georgia and Alabama in Atlanta. Atlanta's NAACP chapter said on its Facebook page that it wants fans inside the stadium for the College Football Playoff title game to wave white towels "simulating a blizzard.
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