Magaly Terry-Gonzalez shows pictures of her husband, Eliseo De La Guardia, who died in 2013 when he was electrocuted by a power line while picking avocados. | [MARTHA ASENCIO-RHINE | Times]
A Tampa Bay Times analysis found that Florida Power & Light reported about six times the number of deaths from people touching or interacting with plants around homes as the state’s other utilities...
Ashley T Brundage started as a $4-an-hour Boston Market worker, became vice president for diversity at a major bank as a transgender woman, and wrote a book out about empowering your differences.
The pandemic sped up some projects and delayed others.
The ‘Whiplash’ and ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ star talks investing in a canned Finnish spirit called Long Drink.


  1. A screenshot of the June 22 St. Petersburg mayoral debate, hosted by the Tampa Bay Times and Bay News 9. Clockwise from top left: Marcile Powers, moderators Steve Contorno and Holly Gregory, Darden Rice, Wengay Newton, Ken Welch, Robert Blackmon, Pete Boland, Torry Nelson and Michael Ingram.
  2. After achieving success in Hollywood, actor Miles Teller, a graduate of Lecanto High School in Citrus County, invested in a canned alcoholic beverage company called Long Drink. As co-owner, Teller is promoting the drink and helping it be rolled out in stores across the country.
  3. What's going on with construction at Tampa International Airport? Pictured is part of the construction in June. | [JOHN PENDYGRAFT | Times]
  4. Ashley T Brundage, a transgender woman who worked her way up from bank teller to national vice president of diversity and inclusion for PNC Bank, speaks June 18 at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts as part of Pride Month on the theme: Empowering Differences Through Photography.
  5. Glenda Bushy and Julie Swanson dance while Jimmy Suvoy performs at Crabby Bill’s Restaurant during their Luau party on Sunday, June 20, 2021 in Indian Rocks Beach.
  6. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, right, testifies before the Senate Banking Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020. The economy is growing at a healthy clip, and that has accelerated inflation, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell says in written testimony to be delivered Tuesday, June 22, 2021 at a congressional oversight hearing.
  7. A writ of possession, delivered by the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, remains on the door of a Tarpon Springs apartment earlier this year.
  8. An artist's rendering shows the new nighttime spectacular, “Disney Enchantment,” that will debut Oct. 1 at Magic Kingdom. The show will feature music, enhanced lighting, fireworks and, for the first time, immersive projection effects that extend from Cinderella Castle down Main Street, U.S.A.
  9. Naked Farmer, a Tampa Bay-based fast-casual restaurant, has plans to expand across the state with up to 20 locations planned within the next three to four years.
  10. A home is for sale "by appointment only" with Keller Williams Realty at 350 Beltrees Street, on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021, in Dunedin.
  11. Wildlife officials have removed 250 alligators from Disney properties in the five years since a 2-year-old boy was killed by an alligator at the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.
  12. Riders gather at a Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority bus stop at the University Area Transit Center in 2020. Tuesday, attorneys argued before a Hillsborough Circuit Court judge on how a voided sales tax for transportation should be refunded.  [LUIS SANTANA   |   Times]
  13. American Airlines canceled dozens of flights nationally, but few cancellations are expected at Tampa International Airport. Pictured is an American Airlines flight in January. | [Chris Urso | Times]
  14. A Supreme Court ruling on Monday will help determine whether schools decide to offer athletes tens of thousands of dollars in education-related benefits for things such as computers, graduate scholarships, tutoring, study abroad and internships.
  15. Max Gutierrez, a bartender at 'No Vacancy' in St. Petersburg, became the subject of a viral tweet last week for his disguised note aiding customers.
  16. Jason Furman, shown here at the White House in February 2016, answered questions recently about concerns that stimulus moves by the federal government have elevated the risk of inflation.
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  18. An American Airlines plane comes in for a landing Wednesday at O'Hare International Airport.
  19. Cephas Gilbert poses for a portrait on his farm in Tampa.
  20. Mee ae Wolney poses in front of her restaurant Anju in St. Petersburg where Korean-fried chicken wings are the speciality. Wolney said the price for chicken — and chicken wings in particular — has more than doubled since last year, forcing her to raise some of her prices at the restaurant. It's a familiar conundrum many restaurant owners are facing right now: raise their costs for customers or sweat the margin crunch.
  21. Patients, doctors and advocates worry about whether the sickest patients using medical marijuana will be affected when they can no longer recertify through telehealth as Gov. Ron DeSantis prepares to let the COVID-19 emergency order expire.
  22. A' Now Hiring' sign is posted in front of a Popeye's restaurant on February 04, 2021, in Miami, Florida.
  23. St. Petersburg Mayor, Rick Kriseman addressed the media during a news conference announcing the responses to the city's requests for proposal for the Tropicana Field site. Among the resources he'll use to pick a favored plan are "strengths and weaknesses" reports compiled by city staff members across multiple departments.