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Monday, Jul 06, 2015
Giant reefer float raises eyebrows at Temple Terrace parade
On Saturday, the Temple Terrace 4th of July Parade included a float promoting marijuana pulled by an orange stretch limo representing a business that promotes marijuana edible products. 
It is unclear how the float, that included a giant smoking joint, was allowed in the parade promoted by the Temple Terrace Chamber of Commerce, but drug policy and prevention experts believe it sent the wrong message to families in attendance. Photo from Facebook.
Nothing says Fourth of July like an orange stretch limo pulling a giant marijuana cigarette down Main Street.
Kansas City Royals first base coach Rusty Kuntz watches as heavy rain falls before a baseball game against the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday. The game was officially postponed about an hour before it was supposed to start. THE KANSAS CITY STAR
Rays-Royals game postponed, tornado warnings in Kansas City
Elissa Alvarez  and   Jose Caballero were found guilty May 4 of lewd and lascivious exhibition after they were spotted having sex on Bradenton Beach. MANATEE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ¬
Man gets 2.5 years for having sex on Bradenton beach
Video of Florida State freshman quarterback DeíAndre Johnson allegedly punching a woman in the face in a Tallahassee bar was released Monday.Video of Florida State freshman quarterback DeíAndre Johnson allegedly punching a woman in the face in a Tallahassee bar was released Monday. NDN
Video shows alleged punch that led to arrest of FSU quarterback
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