1. Supporters wearing "#StrattonStays" T-shirts cheer when Hernando County Superintendent John Stratton appears on stage during a heavily attended school board meeting on Tuesday, May 30, 2023, in Brooksville. One of many superintendents who have faced challenges recently, Stratton narrowly survived an effort oust him at the meeting.
  2. A sailboat remains moored in the shallows at low tide on the shore of the Anclote River on Monday, Dec. 6, 2021, where developer Morgan Group has received approval to build 404 apartments on a 74-acre site.
  3. In 1982, San Antonio officials were sworn in to office. From left: Ted Scharder, Marguerite Limbrechet, and Ralph Jones. Jones was born and raised in San Antonio and, after returning from the Korean War, developed several businesses that still operate today.
  4. 18-year-old Savion Griggs (left) and 17-year-old Zi'yon Walker (right) each face two counts of vehicular homicide in a crash Sunday that killed two other teens. Speed is believed to be a factor in the fatal crash.
  5. Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is campaigning for president, speaks outside Okatie Ale House in Bluffton, South Carolina, on Friday, June 2, 2023.
  6. Zaria Walker stole more than $25,000 from an addiction center where she worked as a payroll administrator, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office reported.
  7. Greg Holland, president and CEO of the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts addresses the group Café con Tampa on Friday.
  8. Health advocacy groups say Florida is failing to protect children from losing Medicaid coverage as the state undertakes a review of the program's 5 million recipients following the end of the public health emergency.
  9. People visit the Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., April 18, 2022. A federal judge overseeing the First Amendment lawsuit that Walt Disney Parks filed against Gov. Ron DeSantis and others is disqualifying himself, but not because of bias claims made by the Florida governor.
  10. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is in his second term leading the Sunshine State. What can Americans expect if he becomes president?
  11. Summer Camp St. Pete announced Friday, June 2, 2023 that it will open in the Grand Central District this year.
  12. Ellison Development filed plans on Wednesday for a new 6.20-acre mixed use development  in Tampa Heights.
  13. Tampa interim police Chief Lee Bercaw speaks at a news conference at Tampa police headquarters Friday after Mayor Jane Castor, right, announced that she had appointed Bercaw to keep the job instead of doing a national search. Also in the background are City Council members Bill Carlson, left, and Gwen Henderson, who attended the news conference in a show of support for Castor's decision.
  14. Jeffrey Epstein appears in court in West Palm Beach, Fla., July 30, 2008. The Associated Press has obtained more than 4,000 pages of documents related to Jeffrey Epstein’s jail suicide from the federal Bureau of Prisons.
  15. A pair of American bald eagle chicks sit in their nest atop a cellular communications tower Tuesday at U.S. 19 North near Drew Street in Clearwater.
  16. The St. Petersburg Yacht Club is seen in this Google Earth image.
  17. Fire is seen in the compound behind Amalie Arena on Friday in Tampa.
  18. Tyaire Turner, top left, Joshua Ashley, top right, Terrell Markee Jackson, bottom left, and Scott Laracuente, bottom right, are each facing one charge of first-degree murder in the death of 20-year-old Brent Alley, who was shot to death on April 29.
  19. To avoid disruptions at the Hernando County School Board meeting Tuesday night, members of the crowd raised their hands and waved when they agreed with speakers. Hundreds attended the eight-hour event at Hernando High.
  20. Could pot be available for recreational use in Florida? That's what one group is pushing for.
  21. Pinellas sheriff's deputies say a man was seen passed out at the helm of a fishing boat that was barreling toward a public Pinellas County beach on Tuesday.
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  23. Curtis Stokes, Tampa Bay History Center chair of the board of trustees, looks at items on display before the ribbon cutting ceremony as he walks through the new permanent Black history exhibit at the Tampa Bay History Center. The new exhibit, titled Travails & Triumphs, chronicles over 500 years of Black history in the Tampa Bay area.
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