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Autopsy: drugs found in MLB star Roy Halladay’s system after plane crash
The tail section of an ICON A5 ultralight airplane lay on a roadway near a boat ramp in the Gulf Harbors neighborhood of New Port Richey in November. The private plane, which belonged to Major League Baseball pitcher Roy Halladay, had just been removed from the shallow waters off Ben Pilot Point where it crashed, killing the former All-Star. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD  |  Times]
When former Major League Baseball pitcher Roy Halladay died in a plane crash in November, he had amphetamines, morphine and the sleep aid zolpidem in his system, according to an autopsy report.Halladay, 40, died from blunt force trauma with drowning...
Foster mom Shannon Colavecchio and Princess Pigtails took this photo in a Tallahassee park, intending it for a Christmas card. A few days later, Shannon learned Princess Pigtails would be moved to the custody of her grandmother. [KT Creative, Katie Reeves]
Princess Pigtails' diary: the first 97 days of a foster mom and the little girl in her care
Hillsborough County school superintendent Jeff Eakins announced the first in a series of spending cuts Friday. Three high-paid positions will be eliminated. [CHRIS URSO | Times]
Cuts hit top school leaders as Hillsborough sheds three six-figure salaries
Ladies of the Sea and Soulfood owner Natalie Rene Panko pleaded guilty to several fraud charges in court on Thursday. (Image via Google maps)
U.S. Attorney: Tampa woman uses soul food restaurant as part of scheme to steals thousands

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