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  2. Trevor Summers, the defendant, left, is escorted into the courtroom during his trial in August.
  3. Florida Power and Light CEO Eric Silagy visits workers restoring power in Naples on Monday. Silagy says that he expects crews to be finished restoring power to habitable homes impacted by Hurricane Ian by the end of the week.
  4. Julie Schenecker testifies in a Tampa courtroom Monday in a hearing on her request for a new trial. Schenecker was convicted in 2014 of murdering her two teenage children.
  5. Members of the search and rescue team from Miami including Pasco, a black Labrador retriever, search the rubble for missing persons at Fort Myers Beach, two days after Hurricane Ian hit Florida's west coast as a Category 4 storm.
  6. Ron DeSantis speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference at The Rosen Shingle Creek on Feb. 24, 2022, in Orlando.
  7. Officers salute Pinellas Deputy Michael Hartwick at his funeral at the Idlewild Baptist Church on Monday in Lutz. Hartwick died after being struck by a front loader while directing traffic away from road work on Sept. 22.
  8. Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister speaks to reporters during a security briefing at the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office last month in Tampa. The sheriff's office was one of several local agencies to send help to southwest Florida after Hurricane Ian.
  9. The University of South Florida has announced that college of arts performances are now free. The USF Jazztet will perform Oct. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in Barness Recital Hall.
  10. Kevin Guthrie, director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management, says the goal is to restore power by Sunday for all customers whose power lines and infrastructure can still receive electricity.
  11. Gov. Ron DeSantis talks during a news conference on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022, at the Miami-Dade College Wolfson Campus.
  12. A mobile home in the Iona community in Fort Myers on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2022, was damaged by the storm surge caused when Hurricane Ian struck the area.
  13. Jacksonville's First Coast Security, which provides armed security guards at dispensaries owned by Trulieve, the company behind Florida's first legal marijuana crops, has announced it will lay off 289 workers statewide, including 64 in Tampa Bay, as Trulieve switches to another company for security services.
  14. Pedestrians navigate power lines strewn across the bridge in Matlacha. Damage to the bridge from Hurricane Ian made the bridge passable only by foot.
  15. The National Hurricane Center is watching two tropical disturbances Monday. Forecasters expect one tropical wave to make its way into the Caribbean by mid-week.
  16. Joan and Kevin DiMaggio dressed as the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines on Central Avenue in St. Petersburg on Halloween in 2021.
  17. Rosie and her owner check in to the evacuation shelter at Manatee High School as Hurricane Ian slowly approaches on Sept. 27, 2022. Manatee County schools expect to reopen for classes on Tuesday.
  18. BayFirst Financial, formerly known as First Home Bank, is closing its Clearwater residential mortgage office and laying off 58 workers.
  19. Head start and early head start centers will remain closed Monday.
  20. Melanie Kayson, a resident of Pine Island who rode out the storm on the island, cries as she is evacuated in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian on Pine Island in Lee County, Fla., Sunday, Oct. 2, 2022. Sheriff Carmine Marceno announced later Sunday that the storm had killed 42 people in Lee County alone.
  21. The destroyed bridge leading to Pine Island is seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Spring Hill, Fla., Sunday, Oct. 2, 2022. The only bridge to the island is heavily damaged so it can only be reached by boat or air.
  22. Damage caused by Hurricane Ian seen at Charlotte Sports Park located on the grounds of the Tampa Bay Rays Spring Training complex seen on Thursday. The U.S. Small Business Administration is opening the first of several recovery centers to help residents, businesses and nonprofits apply for loans.
  23. The Selmon Expressway West officially opened on Monday April 19, 2021. This view is from underneath the flyover on Gandy Blvd. eastbound.
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