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. Ken Welch and Robert Blackmon
  2. “I Voted” stickers on the table for after voting at the Coliseum, 535 4th Ave N, on Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021, that Sun City Center plans to administer 5,0000 coronavirus vaccines in the next five days.
  9. Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital at 501 6th Ave S on Monday, March 16, 2020 in St. Petersburg.
  10. Deborah Thompson waits for patients at a drive-thru COVID-19 testing operation at the Mahaffey Theater parking garage in downtown St. Petersburg on Aug. 1.
  11. People in their cars make their way through the line at the COVID-19 testing site located at Tropicana Field, on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020 in St. Petersburg.
  12. Drivers make their way through COVID-19 testing at Tropicana Field earlier this month, Tuesday Nov. 17, 2020 in St. Petersburg.
  13. Lab technician James Donald, right, uses a nasal swab to test Hugo Marti for COVID-19, Tuesday, July 28, 2020, at the AHEPA Apartments in Miami. Miami-Dade County Commissioner Esteban "Steve" Bovo and Prime Care Family Medical Centers opened the free testing site to test the residents of the senior apartments.
  14. A man carries a sign supporting President Donald Trump, outside a polling station that sits across the street from Trump International Golf Club, in West Palm Beach, Fla., Friday, Oct. 30, 2020.
  15. Trump / Biden card
  16. Former first lady Michelle Obama looks on as NBA star LeBron James speaks at The University of Akron, in Akron, Ohio. A voter initiative led by Michelle Obama is partnering with a similar group founded by NBA star LeBron James and other prominent Black athletes and entertainers to generate excitement about voting early for the Nov. 3 election.
  17. White plastic tombstone-shaped pieces are lined up as a temporary memorial to some of Miami's victims of the coronavirus at Simonhoff Floral Park, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020, in the Liberty City neighborhood of Miami.
  18. Rosemary McCoy, 63, poses for a portrait at the Duval County Courthouse in Jacksonville on Saturday, October 3, 2020. After gathering signatures to get Amendment 4 on the ballot McCoy is one of 17 felons suing the state due to the clause. "If people understood the truth about what's going on then they could be free," McCoy said. "Most of us are still in bondage. We are living in captivity in 2020, and when we can't vote you are definitely in captivity because you don't have a voice, you're not saying anything so only slaves were the ones that didn't have a voice you couldn't vote so they put us back into that same type of mentality."
  19. David Dibernardinis señalando una calcomanía que indica que acababa de votar en el edificio condal ubicado  enn East Kennedy Boulevard, en downtown Tampa. Dibernardinis lleva 26 años en libertad luego de haber estado en la cárcel.  Desde que pasaron la enmienda  4 votó por primera vez. [BRONTE WITTPENN | Times]
  20. An EMT for sunstar wipes down a wheeled stretcher outside of St. Anthony’s Hospital on Monday, July 13, 2020 in St. Petersburg.
  21. David Dibernardinis, 48,  points to a sticker he received after registering to vote at the County Center on East Kennedy Boulevard in downtown Tampa on Tuesday, January 8, 2019. Dibernardinis has been out of county jail for 26 years. Since the passing of Amendment 4, Dibernardinis registered to vote for the first time. [BRONTE WITTPENN | Times]
  22. Kory Giles, 19, left, and his mentor, Kerri Davis, 19, study inside the Marshall Student Center at the University of South Florida's Tampa campus last week. Nearly a month since the fall semester began with new pandemic-inspired rules, school officials say they are optimistic about how things have gone so far.
  23. Cars line up outside Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, where the state expanded COVID-19 testing, on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 .