1. Hillsborough sheriff's deputies are investigating a homicide in Thonotosassa.
  2. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., speaks during a Senate Appropriations hearing on the President's proposed budget request for fiscal year 2024, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, May 16, 2023. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
  3. American flags seen by tombstones at Bay Pines National Cemetery in St. Petersburg on Memorial Day weekend.
  4. A man was set on fire Sunday after an argument at a Tampa gas station, Hillsborough deputies say.
  5. Yesterday• Breaking News
    Tampa Police are investigating the deaths of two minors in an overnight car crash.
  6. Police are investigating the death of a 2-year-old in St. Petersburg.
  7. Five bills are poised to reshape Florida’s criminal justice system in the coming years.
  8. Miami-Dade residents Jackie and James Silva load their car after shopping at Costco in Miami to prepare for potential landfall by Hurricane Ian on Sept. 25. The Silvas were shopping to help friends and family who might be in need of extra supplies.
  9. Numerous Republican rivals for the GOP presidential nomination have criticized Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' record as a U.S. representative and governor, and his feud with The Walt Disney Co.
  10. A woman was killed and two others injured following a crash in Largo on Saturday, May 27, 2023.
  11. Former Democratic presidential candidate and businessman Andrew Yang was in Tampa last week to promote a new third political party. [MARY ALTAFFER | Associated Press (2020)]
  12. Hurricanes threaten to blow away or waterlog personal effects and documents, so you have to take steps to protect them.
  13. A Tampa charter school principal was arrested for failing to report two instances of abuse.
  14. Gov. Ron DeSantis will need to walk a numerical tightrope. Former President Donald Trump leads DeSantis by an average of more than 30 points in national polls, according to RealClearPolitics.
  15. Strong winds from a hurricane can turn lawn trimmings and other outside items into missiles.
  16. A white shark swims across a sand bar off the Massachusetts coast of Cape Cod, Aug. 13, 2021. Recent shark bites in Florida and Hawaii and a suspected case in New Jersey have piqued interest in the age-old summer question of whether it's safe to go in the water.
  17. Nichole Schmidt, Gabby Petito's mother, wipes a tear from her face during a news conference on Nov. 3, 2022, in Salt Lake City. A letter written by Roberta Laundrie to her late son Brian Laundrie can be used by the attorney for Gabby Petito’s parents in preparation for their negligence lawsuit filed against Laundrie’s parents and their New York-based attorney in their high-profile case involving Petito’s death, a Florida judge has ruled.
  18. The former 39,900 square foot grocery store space sits empty at Tangerine Plaza in  St. Petersburg. There is concern from many in the community that city and other official aren’t working hard enough to address the lack of a major grocer in an area that is considered a food desert.
  19. Tim Burke in a promotional image for Netflix's documentary series "Untold: The Girlfriend Who Didn't Exist." Burke, formerly a journalist for Deadspin, broke the Manti T'eo girlfriend hoax story. On May 8, federal agents searched the Seminole Heights home Burke shares with his wife, Tampa City Council member Lynn Hurtak.
  20. Chief's Creole Cafe on 901 22nd Street South in St. Petersburg on June 9, 2020 in the 22nd Street business corridor known as the Deuces. The former restaurant will transform into a speakeasy and lounge called The Catalyst.
  21. Memorial Day weekend in Tampa Bay is forecast to be warm and sunny, with little chance of rain. Before the start of the tourist season, people enjoyed the warm, dry weather at the beach before the start on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2022 in St. Pete Beach.
  22. Michael Keetley, third from left, stands with his attorneys as he is sentenced to life in prison for the deaths of Juan and Sergio Guitron and the attempted murders of four other men, Friday in Tampa.
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