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Lightning center Brayden Point (21) and Buffalo Sabres right wing Tage Thompson (72) battle for possession of the puck during the second period of Monday's game in Buffalo, New York.
Tampa Bay erases a two-goal lead late in the third period before winning in the extra period in Buffalo.
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One 911 caller said they had “observed blood dripping down from the third floor back balcony apartment,” the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.
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Troopers said the northbound lanes of 50th Street are closed following the incident, but entrace ramps onto the interstate remain open.
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“The future is not written by any stretch,” the quarterback said on his podcast Monday.
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  1. Jerry Mills, 50, left, and Charity Barr, 42, right, share a kiss while waiting for a bus at the HART Transit Center in downtown Tampa on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. The union representing hundreds of Hillsborough County’s transportation agency employees is demanding the resignation of the CEO as allegations of mismanagement and a poor workplace environment boil.
  2. USF is looking for a new football coach after the Bulls' season ended Saturday.
  3. A day later, Bucs head coach Todd Bowles wasn't second-guessing how he utilized timeouts at the end of regulation in the loss to the Browns.
  4. A Tampa police officer's body-worn camera captured the Aug. 18 arrest of Romona Oliver on charges of voter fraud for voting illegally in 2020. Oliver, 55, spent 18 years in prison on a second-degree murder charge, making her ineligible to vote.
  5. A dive team has been searching a Polk County lake since Saturday after a boy, 9, fell off a pontoon boat and was struck by a propeller.
  6. Lightning goaltender Brian Elliott blocks a shot from Sabres right wing JJ Peterka during the third period of a Nov. 5 game in Tampa.
  7. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady, left, targeted Mike Evans nine times Sunday in Cleveland, but connected with him only twice.
  8. In this May 19 photo, Payton Gendron is led into the courtroom for a hearing at Erie County Court, in Buffalo, N.Y. Gendron, who massacred 10 Black shoppers and workers at a Buffalo supermarket, has pleaded guilty to murder and hate-motivated terrorism charges. Payton Gendron entered the plea Monday in an Erie County courtroom. The charges carry an automatic sentence of life in prison.
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