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Friday, Mar 27, 2015
Tampa’s Riverwalk sprouted from small seeds
Former Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio and Gov. Bob Martinez are followed by Mayor Bob Buckhorn, former Mayor Dick Greco and former Mayor Sandy Freedman Friday, March 27 2015 in Tampa. Mayors Bob Buckhorn along with former Mayor Pam Iorio, Mayor Dick Greco, Mayor Sandy Freedman and Gov. Bob Martinez cut the ribbon opening the new section for the public Friday. CHRIS URSO/STAFF
Friday’s grand opening of Tampa’s Riverwalk marked the culmination of 40 years of planning and development to open up the Hillsborough River as a downtown destination.
Ryan Callahan said a big focus for the final seven games is getting the power play to execute better.
Bolts seek elusive boost in power play as playoffs approach
University of Tampa Professor Kristen Foltz, back, poses for a photograph along with some of her former and current students Thursday. Foltz recently published a study on students' attitudes toward tattoos. It seems they recognize (86%) that a tattooed student would have a harder time finding a job after graduation. CHRIS URSO/STAFF
Study: Youth with tattoos skeptical of tattoos, too
Amanda Knox, flanked by her mother Edda Mellas, reacts at a news conference in Seattle, after returning home from Italy in October 2011.
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Amanda Knox murder conviction overturned by Italy high court
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