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Monday, Jul 06, 2015
Endangered sea turtle released into Tampa Bay
A Kemp’s ridley sea turtle swims in the water just off of Cypress Point Park on Monday in Tampa. The turtle, dubbed “L.T. Hook,” was injured by a fishing hook and rescued on June 19. The turtle was nursed back to health by the Florida Aquarium and their Conservation team. CHRIS URSO/STAFF
An endangered sea turtle that was found with a fish hook in the back of its mouth in June was released back into the wild this morning at Cypress Point Park.
Confederate and American flags fly on top of motor homes at Daytona International Speedway on July 4. NASCAR and the speedway offered to replace any flag a race brings to the track with an American flag.
NASCAR fans defend, display Confederate flags
DO NOT RUN LARGER THAN 2 COLUMNS -- Twenty cameras, remotely operated by deputies, will be watching out for the safety of residents in the University Community neighborhoods. The cameras will be mounted on utility poles at various locations. The cameras are in a tinted dome; a box, emblazoned with the Sheriffís Office star on three sides for added visibility, will sit atop the cameras. Each box will be fitted with an amber strobe light to draw attention to its purpose and position.
The camera project is called Eye On Crime. The project has been about two years in the making. By this summer, the cameras will be operating, allowing deputies to keep an eye on trouble spots, monitor streets for emergency situations and give residents a better feeling of safety. Photo from HCSO
‘Eye on Crime’ cameras helping with Tampa investigations
The Bucs introduced a redesigned Bucs specialty plate that is now available for purchase. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
Bucs introduce redesigned specialty license plate
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