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Aeromexico will begin offering flights to and from Tampa International Airport and Mexico City, Mexico, this summer.
The new route will begin at Tampa International Airport on July 1.
Experts worry longtime residents are pushed out by rising prices.
A Palm Beach County family has filed a class action lawsuit as victims of a “decade long predatory scheme” emerge.

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  1. A theft ring that stole from Home Depot stores in South Florida has been busted up by law enforcement.
  2. The Guardian of Law sculpture is seen at the west entrance of the Supreme Court on Thursday in Washington. The Supreme Court wrestled Monday with state laws that could affect how Facebook, TikTok, X, YouTube and other social media platforms regulate content posted by their users. The cases are among several this term in which the justices could set standards for free speech in the digital age.
  3. Aeromexico will begin offering flights to and from Tampa International Airport and Mexico City, Mexico, this summer.
  4. David Mitchell, founder of Patients for Affordable Drugs, sits in his home office. Beside him are some of the many drugs he takes to treat multiple myeloma and other conditions. (Arthur Allen/KFF Health News)
  5. In grocery stores, people are shifting away from name brands to store-brand items, switching to discount stores or simply buying fewer items like snacks or gourmet foods.
  6. Ziad Abdeen vanished Friday after embarking on a paddleboard trip in Dunedin. The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office found his body on Sunday.
  7. Customers lined up for food at the Pinellas African American Heritage Celebration at Pinewood Cultural Park in Largo on Feb. 24, 2024.
  8. People attend Localtopia, a yearly celebration of all things local, at Williams Park on Saturday in St. Petersburg.
  9. Bayfront Health St. Petersburg is to be rebranded in March to reflect the name of its owner, Orlando Health.
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  11. Tim Burke departs federal court in Tampa after his hearing on Thursday.
  12. A topiary of Mirabel from the Disney animated film “Encanto” will greet guests once again at the Epcot Flower & Garden Festival, running Feb. 28-May 27. The annual springtime event is filled with creative topiaries, gardens, food kiosks and free daily concerts.
  13. The Florida Capitol complex in Tallahassee. Lawmakers are considering a bill that would preempt local governments from being able to set living wage standards for contractors they hire for publicly funded work.
  14. Keylon Lovett stands near his childhood home, which was abandoned and later sold, on Feb. 14 in St. Petersburg.
  15. Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives Paul Renner, right, and President of the Florida Senate Kathleen Passidomo are pictured in 2023.
  16. Media consultant Tim Burke, 45, stands in his digital media studio at the Seminole Heights home which he shares with his wife, Tampa City Council member Lynn Hurtak, on Tuesday, July 18, 2023, in Tampa where agents with FBI conducted a search and seizure of personal electronics and notebooks in early May.
  17. The Tampa Housing Authority broke ground Thursday on two towers that will add 188 affordable units to the West River project.
  18. In its Feb. 9 bankruptcy filing, the The Center for Special Needs Trust Administration states that the group’s founder, Leo Govoni, took money from more than 1,500 trust funds through an unsanctioned loan to the Boston Finance Group, a company he owned.
  19. Beachgoers enjoy alcoholic drinks near Caddy's on the Beach on Treasure Island in 2019. It's legal to drink on Treasure Island, but with a set of rules including no kegs and no glass bottles.
  20. A double rainbow seen from Ybor City in Tampa on Nov.13, 2023.
  21. Cows line up to be milked at a dairy in Tampa. The methane produced by cow manure is a popular source of renewable natural gas across the country.
  22. An aerial drone view of the tents for Cirque du Soleil Bazzar in the parking lot of Tropicana Field on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2024 in St. Petersburg. The show runs from February 22, 2024 - March 24, 2024.
  23. The Center for Special Needs Trust Administration, a nonprofit that manages trust funds for individuals with complex medical needs, including victims of road accidents and medical malpractice, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, citing the loss of $100 million that it says was taken in an unsanctioned loan by the nonprofit's founder, Leo Govoni. It is located at the Roosevelt Lakes office building at 12425 28th St. in St. Petersburg.
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