1. Jennifer Loyless, holds her daughter, Avery, 12, as she prepares to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at a mobile site in West Palm Beach on May 14.
  2. Dead fish fill the end of a canal along Snell Isle on July 16 in St. Petersburg.
  3. Mayor Jane Castor, left, and City Council chairman Orlando Gudes, right, sign a new Citizen Review Board ordinance in the mayor's conference room on Thursday.
  4. Search and rescue team members climb the debris field of Champlain Towers South in Surfside on July 7, 2021.
  5. Jahnitza Debbs, 22, has her vitals checked by Tiffany Vasey, a nurse practitioner with TeamHealth, before receiving a monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19 at Tampa General Hospital’s Global Emerging Diseases Institute on July 22.
  6. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd announces charges against 32 suspects after a 16-month drug trafficking investigation in the Lake Wales area.
  7. The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office says this man, identified only as Tony, possibly saved a man's life as he convulsed inside a car — which rolled down into the lawn of a family who, instead of helping, yelled at them to get off their property.
  8. A Florida man forced another driver out of his vehicle at gunpoint and threatened to kill him, because he was angry about a possible hit-and-run crash, police said.
  9. A Polk County deputy fatally shot a 37-year-old Davenport man who charged at the deputy with a knife, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday.
  10. Disney is set to receive more than a half-billion dollars in tax breaks for a new corporate center.
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  12. The Tampa Bay Times Community Reader Panel has been formed. It is made up of 50 people from around the bay who will meet quarterly with journalists.
  13. Lakeland police say that former Lakeland City Commissioner Michael Dunn shot and killed Christobal Lopez as Lopez tried to leave the Vets Army Navy Surplus store on Oct. 3, 2018, without paying for a hatchet. This is a screen grab of a store surveillance video released by police.
  14. Champlain Towers South tenant Paolo Longobardi, center, listens closely as other residents share their grief and thoughts regarding the future of the Champlain Towers South site during a hearing Wednesday.
  15. A British man has been charged in the United States in connection with a Twitter hack last summer that compromised the accounts of prominent politicians, celebrities and technology moguls.
  16. Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis, backed by wildlife experts, marine business owners and politicians, talks about the state’s overall effort to combat the recent Red Tide outbreak plaguing Tampa Bay waters, during a press conference held at the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute in St. Petersburg on Wednesday, July 21, 2021. At this moment, the DeSantis was pushing back on a question from a reporter who said the St. Petersburg Mayor, Rick Kriseman accused the governor of politicizing Red Tide. In rebuttal, DeSantis said it was Kriseman who introduced politics into the Red Tide discussions.
  17. Tampa Electric Co.'s Big Ben Power Station in Apollo Beach. [LUIS SANTANA | Times]
  18. A woman, 42, found skinny dipping in a stranger's pool was charged with trespassing and resisting a law enforcement officer without violence.
  19. In this March 27, 2020 photo, William Samuels delivers caskets to the Gerard Neufeld Funeral Home during the coronavirus pandemic in the Queens borough of New York. A report by the National Center for Health Statistics released Wednesday found that average life expectancy in the United States dropped a staggering 1.5 years during 2020, a year when the coronavirus claimed more than 377,000 lives.
  20. Thirty people were arrested as part of the bust of a north Florida cockfighting ring, the state Department of Agriculture reported Tuesday.
  21. It’s a smelly situation in central Florida after a crash involving a tractor trailer and a dump truck left cow manure over a portion of Interstate 95.
  22. Clearwater Beach. [Times (2019)]
  23. Cheryn Smilen, left, stands at the courtroom podium in Miami with defense lawyer Gabriela Centofanti as she pleads guilty to animal cruelty, on Monday.