1. Deveron Gibbons makes a point at a St. Petersburg College board of trustees meeting in 2017 during a discussion about presidential candidates for the school. He was named a trustee of Florida A&M University on Wednesday, March 29, 2023.
  2. The University of South Florida on March 23, 2023, in Tampa.
  3. A burner on a stove emits blue flames from natural gas. A Florida bill would create incentives for the development of renewable natural gas.
  4. Tomasz Kosowski, a local plastic surgeon arrested in the death of missing Largo attorney Steven Cozzi, makes his first appearance in court from the Pinellas County Jail on Monday.
  5. Carole Baskin with Dutchess the tiger at Big Cat Rescue in 2020. Baskin's husband, Howard Baskin, announced Monday that most of the famed sanctuary's cats will be moved to Arkansas this year, with an eventual goal of closing and selling the Tampa facility.
  6. The entrance to the headquarters of what was then called the Reedy Creek Improvement District in Lake Buena Vista, on Jan. 25, 2023. Gov. Ron DeSantis and Florida legislators renamed the special district and gave DeSantis the power to appoint the board’s members.
  7. Jeremy Brown outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, according to federal prosecutors.
  8. A group of Florida manatees are pictured in a canal where discharge from a nearby Florida Power & Light plant warms the water in Fort Lauderdale in 2010. Manatee deaths have declined this year.
  9. Aerial photos on March 1, 2023, show damage to homes still remain in Fort Myers after Hurricane Ian.
  10. Florida Supreme Court Justice Ricky Polston is resigning and will soon become general counsel for Citizens Property Insurance.
  11. Contract bargaining between the Hillsborough County School District and the Hillsborough Classroom Teachers Association on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022.
  12. Gov. Ron DeSantis would have more authority over the Florida high school sports under a proposed bill in the legislature.
  13. Ron DeSantis speaks at a news conference last year at the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, where he announced voter fraud arrests across the state.
  14. “As demand is high to move to a place like Florida, it makes it more challenging for folks to be able to afford,” Gov. Ron DeSantis said during a bill-signing event Wednesday in Naples. “I think this is the biggest effort that’s ever been done in the history of Florida.”
  15. Narcan, the overdose-reversal drug, has been approved by the FDA to be sold over the counter.
  16. Get a free scoop of Ben and Jerry's ice cream from noon to 8 p.m. April 3.
  17. Eatonville is perhaps best known through the work of Harlem Renaissance author Zora Neale Hurston.
  18. “Just tell them that they have been great to me over the years,” longtime Tampa Bay radio personality Jack Harris said of his fans. “They are what I will miss most.”
  19. Hillsborough County Public Schools holds a hearing on the text ‘This Book is Gay’ is seen Tuesday, March 28, 2023 in Tampa.
  20. The Rays and the city of St. Petersburg have an agreement to allow the public to park on six lots surrounding Tropicana Field on nongame days.
  21. Samira Kraziem is a senior project manager for Suffolk Construction.
  22. The Florida Suncoast Dome (now Tropicana Field) is shown in the early stages of construction in the late 1980s. A WEDU PBS documentary, Rise of the Rays. A Devil of a Story, debuts at 9 p.m. Thursday, March 30 and retells the region's seven failed attempts to land a Major League Baseball franchise before landing the expansion Tampa Bay Devil Rays. (TIMES)
  23. An exam room is seen inside Planned Parenthood Friday, March 10, 2023, in Fairview Heights, Ill. Many women will travel this year away from their homes in nearby states where abortion access has been restricted to be seen at clinics like Planned Parenthood in southern Illinois.
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