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  1. A home is for sale on Jan. 28, 2021, in Dunedin.
  2. Tyler Tucker, left, works with his father, Toliver Tucker, to release nets full of dead fish onto the deck of the shrimp boat, Southbound, while Toliver's wife, Jessica Tucker, navigates the Intracoastal Waterway off Treasure Island on Thursday.
  3. A Hernando duo was arrested Friday after a botched home invasion where they beat the homeowner. Left is Jonathan Rowe III, 35. Right is Bonnie Hartmann, 44.
  4. Fans at the 2016 Metrocon pose for a photo at the Tampa Convention Center. The convention for anime fans was canceled last year but returns July 23-25.
  5. Construction seen on 4th Street South and 2nd Avenue South in St. Petersburg on Friday, March 19, 2021.
  6. A pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP pill is more than 90 percent effective in preventing HIV. But only 8 percent of Floridians at risk of HIV take the daily medication.
  7. Michael Murphy, 32, of Brooksville faces charges, according to the Hernando County Sheriff's Office.
  8. Luna and Miles are just two puppies, among many animals, available for adoption.
  9. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates.
  10. A Monday morning crash caused two tanker trucks to overturn on Interstate 75. One of the drivers, a Spring Hill man, was killed.
  11. Tropical Storm Elsa passed the Tampa Bay area. Luckily without any fatalities or serious injuries reported.
  12. A juvenile alligator shows off its teeth and mouth while it rests along the banks of Lake Maggiore at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve in St. Petersburg. A newly opened exhibit at the Sulphur Springs Museum and Heritage Center in Tampa explores our enduring fascination with the alligator and the alligator’s symbolic role in Florida history.
  13. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates.
  14. From Left: Danielle Rappahahn, Josh Rappahahn, Jennifer Vasquez and Chantel Vasquez. The Tampa Bay-area couples are featured on TLC's new show, "You, Me & My Ex."
  15. Kids love to play in the sheet of falling water at the Kiwanis Sprayground in Dunedin. The 3,000-square-foot splash pad in Highlander Park has been flush with children seeking refuge from higher temperatures and humidity, though it limits capacity to 60 people at a time.
  16. Domino and Figaro are two of many animals looking for love in a safe home.
  17. Roughly 300 homes, expensive watches and cars, all associated with an alleged Ponzi scheme, are in the process of being sold. The home in the upper-left square is at 7503 S. Morton Street in Tampa, and the home in the bottom right is at 2569 Queensboro Avenue S in St. Petersburg.
  18. Power outages were reported in both Hillsborough and Pinellas counties as Tropical Storm Elsa passed early Wednesday morning.
  19. Palm trees blow in the wind in front of an overcast Tampa skyline before Tropical Storm Elsa approaches the area on Tuesday, July 6, 2021.
  20. Park rangers Kevin Anderson, Chad Cash, Antonio Valdez and Elizabeth Peterson work together to load sandbags inside the trunk of a vehicle at a Hillsborough County distribution site for residents preparing ahead of Tropical Storm Elsa at Edward Medard Conservation Park in Plant City on Monday, July 5, 2021.
  21. Bert and Ernie command a parade float rolling in front of Mr. Hooper's store at SeaWorld Orlando's Sesame Street land, which opened in March 2019. The parade of characters will resume on Fridays and Saturdays starting July 10.
  22. The Manor House at the Chinsegut Hill Retreat and Museum in Brooksville is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. It is the centerpiece for events held on the museum grounds.
  23. With the map below, look up the coronavirus vaccination rate in your Florida ZIP code.
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