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Published Oct. 14

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  2. The Tampa Theatre went dark due to coronavirus in March, 2020. Since the closure the historic downtown venue and movie house has illuminated their marquee, shown here on Tuesday, April 21, 2020, to show gratitude to essential workers and those on the front lines of coronavirus.
  3. River Ridge High School seniors Matthew Bracker and Vivian Wright rehearse for "Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom," their school's annual fall play. The Pasco County school district decided to allow audiences to attend theater, music and sports events after moving to bar spectators because of coronavirus concerns.
  4. Michael Stevens, de 28 años, a la izquierda, trata de mantenerse abrigado con su amigo Cash Holland, de 21, a la derecha, afuera del refugio nocturno frío del Boys and Girls Club de Tarpon Springs el miércoles 22 de enero de 2020.Los refugios para enfrentar elclima frío abren el martes, dic. .1, antes de que las temperaturas desciendan a 40 grados o menos.
  5. The Sahara Trading Company gift shop at Busch Gardens has a surprising number of affordable home goods under $25.
  6. Ronnie Green releases a snook that he caught while fishing earlier this month in Channel A in Upper Tampa Bay.
  7. Bucs wide receiver Chris Godwin (14) has played the last month with several pins in his hand inserted during surgery to repair a fractured left index finger.
  8. Tampa Police officers work at the scene Oct. 20 along North 50th Street near 26th Avenue, where officers fatally shot 26-year-old Dominique Mulkey.
  9. Michael Stevens, 28, left, works to stay warm with friend Cash Holland, 21, right, outside the Boys and Girls Club of Tarpon Springs' cold night shelter on Wednesday, January 22, 2020. Cold weather shelters are opening on Tuesday, Dec. 1, in advance of temperatures dropping to 40 degrees and below.
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  12. Benjamin Douglas Ehas, 31, of Tampa, faces charges of DUI manslaughter and vehicular homicide after Tampa police said he struck and killed a man on Bayshore Boulevard's scenic sidewalk in January.
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