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  2. Incoming Hillsborough School Superintendent Addison Davis (center), School Board Chair Melissa Snively (right) and the other board members pose as Davis signs his contract with the district on Tuesday night. The board unanimously approved the contract beforehand. [JUAN CARLOS CHAVEZ  |  Times]
  3. Daniel Lee Martin performs during a 1999 benefit concert at Coachman Park in Clearwater. Martin was found dead Friday at his New Port Richey home. [KEELER, SCOTT  |  Times (1999)]
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  5. Hillsborough County Commission chair Les Miller. [Tampa Bay Times]
  6. Tampa International Airport, [SCOTT KEELER  |  Times (2017)]
  7. William Domingo Luciano, 67, was arrested on Feb. 7, after detectives said they discovered more than 100 images of child pornography inside his home, located at 15702 Charr Island Street in Ruskin, records show. [Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office]
  8. Hillsborough County commissioners voted Wednesday to launch the county's own sterile needle and syringe exchange program, becoming one of the first in Florida to take advantage of the state Legislature's 2019 decision to reverse a ban on the programs. [C.M. GUERRERO  |  Miami Herald]
  9. A minivan drove through the back wall of a Bealls at the Gateway Market Center shopping plaza in St. Petersburg on Saturday afternoon. The driver was killed. [Josh Fiallo]
  10. Crystle Galloway, 30, died at Tampa General Hospital in July. [GoFundMe]
  11. Hillsborough County Tax Collector Doug Belden (left) and Public Defender for the 13th Judicial Circuit Julianne Holt received the Tampa Tiger Bay Club's fourth annual Lifetime Achievement Award on Monday. [ANASTASIA DAWSON  |  Times]
  12. Police are seen near the location where a dog was shot by police after attacking a police horse along the Gasparilla parade route Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020 in Tampa. (Courtesy of Laura Josephson) [Photo courtesy of Laura Josephson]
  1. This poster was seen January 21 inside a Brandon pet shop owned by All About Puppies, one of two pet retail businesses in Hillsborough County that were granted an exception from county laws prohibiting commercial pet stores from selling animals that came from breeders. [ANASTASIA DAWSON  |  Times]
  2. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates. [Times]
  3. County commissioners agreed Wednesday to pursue a local ordinance establishing a needle exchange program in Hillsborough County. [C.M. GUERRERO  |  Miami Herald]
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  5. The Museum of Science and Industry, 4801 E Fowler Ave., moved to a smaller venue on the property in 2017 after a brief closure due to the museum's financial distress. [Times]
  6. Off-duty detention Deputy Leighton Ricketts, 32, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol early Saturday morning. A four-year veteran of the Sheriff’s office, Ricketts was placed on unpaid administrative leave pending the results of an internal affairs investigation. [Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office] [ANASTASIA DAWSON  |  HCSO]
  7. A Brinks security guard and a Good Samaritan who came to his aid were shot during a robbery attempt at GTE Financial credit union in Brandon on Friday. [Tony Marrero, Times Staff]
  8. Hillsborough County Commissioner Kimberly Overman is spearheading anti-human trafficking efforts. [OCTAVIO JONES   |   Times]
  9. Nov. 28, 2019• Hillsborough
    Hillsborough County Center, located at 601 E Kennedy Blvd. in downtown Tampa. [LUIS SANTANA  |  Times]
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  11. Nov. 20, 2019• Community News
    Tampa Mayor Jane Castor (far right) and her dog Alcaldesa joined students from Rampello K-8 Magnet School on a Nov. 14 walk across the school's newly-painted crosswalk, located at the intersection of Jefferson and Washington streets in downtown Tampa. [CITY OF TAMPA  |  City of Tampa]
  12. Sally Carlson of Seminole talks to her newly adopted 5-year-old miniature poodle held by Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center volunteer Mary Claire Streator. Potential owners browsed some of the 300 puppies that were put up for adoption Sunday in the gymnasium at All People's Life Center in Tampa. The designer-breed dogs had been rescued from Trish's All Breeds Pet Grooming in Tampa, where they were found sick and malnourished. Prospective owners were chosen out of thousands who applied during a lottery-type system and were able pick out a dog. [LUIS SANTANA   |   TIMES  |  Tampa Bay Times]
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