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  1. A Venezuelan migrant is led onto a bus at St. Andrews Episcopal Church on Friday, Sept. 16, 2022, in Edgartown, Mass on the island of Marthas Vineyard. Florida flew a group of 48 migrants to the island from Texas.
  2. Tampa Police Chief Mary O'Connor recently told a Pinellas County sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop that she lives in Oldsmar. Tampa requires department heads, including the police chief, must live in city limits. A city spokeswoman says O'Connor also leases a condo in Tampa and lives in both places.
  3. Shelley Vaughn, 47, was sentenced to 364 days in jail after pleading guilty to aggravated animal cruelty and criminal mischief.
  4. Guests crowd Main Street USA in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022.
  5. Golf carts cruise the streets at The Villages, Florida, on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. Golf carts must abide by certain rules depending on where they're operated.
  6. Suspended Hillsborough County State Attorney Andrew Warren speaks during a news conference Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022, in Tampa.
  7. U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan, R-Fla. is in the running for chairmanship of the powerful U.S. Ways and Means Committee. [CHRIS O'MEARA | Associated Press]
  8. A screenshot from video recorded by a Pinellas deputy's body camera on Nov. 12 shows Tampa police Chief Mary O'Connor and her husband, Keith, during a traffic stop.  O'Connor identified herself as chief, pulled out her badge and asked the deputy to "just let us go" when told they'd been pulled over for not having a tag on the golf cart while he was driving on a public road.
  9. Steven Lorenzo sits in court in 2017. Lorenzo has been awaiting a murder trial for five years on charges that he murdered Jason Galehouse and Michael Wachholz in 2003 in his Seminole Heights home.
  10. Tampa Bay Times reporter Lauren Peace tests out a theory that a two-minute headstand could lead team USA to a World Cup victory at Puryear Park on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022, in St. Petersburg.
  11. The Hunger Thirst Group also owns Dirty Laundry, where to enter the hidden bar, guests get a password from the pay phone in the cafe.
  12. The city of St. Petersburg received four proposals by the Friday deadline to redevelop the area around Tropicana Field.
  13. Maria Correa, of Washington, center, who says she is sick with cancer, cannot work, and that things are especially difficult because of the pandemic, accepts a turkey and Thanksgiving trimmings during an annual Thanksgiving food giveaway at The Redeemed Christian Church of God New Wine Assembly, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Washington.
  14. The economy added 263,000 jobs, while the unemployment rate stayed 3.7%, still near a 53-year low, the Labor Department said Friday. November’s job growth dipped only slightly from October’s 284,000 gain.
  15. The father of a 17-year-old accused in a fatal hit-and-run on Nov. 26 is facing a criminal charge in connection with the crash, according to St. Petersburg police.
  16. Suspended Hillsborough County State Attorney Andrew Warren speaks during a news conference Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022 in Tallahassee.
  17. Sawyer Rosenheim, 10, of St. Petersburg, stands at a podium while making a public comment during a regular meeting of the Pinellas County school board on Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2021.
  18. There are several legitimate ways to lower your capital gains tax liability, including investing in a retirement account.
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  20. Sallie Parks spent 8 years as a Pinellas County commissioner, but she filled the years before and after that with civic service, too. She died Nov. 9 at 86.
  21. To ensure you don’t start 2023 under a new pile of debt, we have tips to help you avoid overspending this holiday season.
  22. Carlena Ward shares a moment with a coworker from a desk at the Pat Collier Frank Courthouse in Tampa on Monday, October 24, 2022.
  23. Freight train cars sit in a Norfolk Southern rail yard on Sept. 14 in Atlanta.  Legislation to avert a freight rail strike in the United States  won final approval Thursday, clearing the Senate in a bipartisan vote. The legislation is headed to President Joe Biden's desk.
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