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Langston Taylor - Data Editor

Data Editor

I write words. Sometimes they're in code. I'm a Maryland native who first worked at the Times as a reporting intern in 2016. Now, my job is to dive into data to find news affecting Tampa Bay or all of Florida. That could mean following money or counting followers. I also build tools that make data and documents easier for our readers to understand. I'm on my phone too much, and you can @ me any time with story ideas or NBA highlight tapes.

  1. May 3• The Buzz on Florida Politics
    Hundreds marched in support of abortion rights in St. Petersburg in October.
  2. A view of the downtown St. Petersburg skyline and waterfront from just north of the North Shore Aquatic Complex.
  3. Aaron Daniel Motta, 27 of Pinellas Park, was booked into Pinellas County Jail Friday on felony charges of grand theft and offenses against computer users.
  4. Crowds wait at Rod Wave's gas giveaway event at the Sunoco Gas Station on 34th Street S on Saturday in St. Petersburg. The rap star and St. Pete native gifted $25,000 worth of gas to his hometown.
  5. A sign on display at the 2022 Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando uses McDonald's golden arches to represent Marxism.
  6. rising threat interactive map preview
  7. Otto Lohmann walks through a door stained by a water line in Oldsmar after Tropical Storm Eta blew by Tampa Bay in November 2020.
  8. Some of Tampa Bay's most valuable real estate sits in flood zones on the water. This aerial photo shows homes in St. Petersburg.
  9. From a plane, downtown St. Petersburg is seen with downtown Tampa in the background, Tampa Bay between them.
  10. Rising Threat tracks interactive social card
  11. Risk graphic
  12. Water splashes against the seawall along Pass A Grille Way as squalls from Eta move through Pinellas County on Nov. 11, 2020. Though Eta wasn’t hurricane strength when it passed by, it gave an indication of the kind of damage the region could face.
  13. Leland Holland, of Oldsmar, inspects his neighbor's flooded living room after Tropical Storm Eta struck in November 2020.
  14. Mayoral candidate Ken Welch waves signs at passing cars on Election Day at outside the Coliseum, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
  15. St. Petersburg Mayor-Elect, Ken Welch talks to a throng of media after being declared the winner of the mayoral contest on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021.
  16. Ken Welch is seen during a watch party Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021 in St. Petersburg. Welch was declared the projected winner for St. Petersburg mayor.
  17. Ken Welch and Robert Blackmon
  18. “I Voted” stickers on the table for after voting at the Coliseum, 535 4th Ave N, on Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
  19. Walgreens Technician Christine Gibson administers the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to Frutuoso Cervantes Pioquinto, 80, at Sadye Gibbs Martin Community Center in Plant City on Friday, March 26, 2021. Colectivo ARBOL organized the event with Walgreens to make the vaccine accessible for Hispanic farm workers.
  20. El farmaceita Aji Kannamal administra la vacuna Moderna COVID-19 a un paciente en la farmacia de Winn Dixie durante el primer día de implementación de la vacuna en el supermercado el jueves 11 de febrero de 2021 en Apollo Beach.
  21. Pharmacist Aji Kannamal administers the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to a patient at the Winn Dixie pharmacy during the first day of vaccination rollout on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021 in Apollo Beach.
  22. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis addressed the media at the River Garden Hebrew House for the Aged in Jacksonville, Fla., on the status of COVID-19 vaccination rates in the state's nursing homes and assisted living facilities Monday, Jan. 25, 2021.
  23. How many vaccines has Florida administered? What share of the state's population has been inoculated? How many have received a first dose, per capita in the nation? Keep an eye on our updating charts below.
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