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  1. Care Plus Pharmacy in Palm Harbor is already seeing high sales of these allergy medications as pollen levels spike earlier than usual.
  2. Chip and Slinkie are two of many dogs hoping to find loving homes for Valentine's Day.
  3. In November, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed bills that limit COVID-19 vaccine mandates on state government and private employees as well as school districts.
  4. Abbott and Carrie are two of many animals looking for fur-ever homes.
  5. Missing a curve cost a driver his life Thursday morning in Spring Hill, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
  6. Lightning travels cloud to ground as a storm moves over the Gulf of Mexico from Boca Ciega Bay in July 2019. More people are struck and killed by lightning in Florida than in any other state.
  7. A mother and her six-month-old child were killed in a crash Monday morning in Spring Hill.
  8. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates.
  9. Mr. Potato Head, Winnie the Pooh, Roo and Tigger are four Disney named animals available for adoption.
  10. A look the entrance of CVS Pharmacy at Grand Central at Kennedy, 1120 E Kennedy Blvd.
  11. Bing Crosby and Drake are two of many animals hoping to be adopted.
  12. New Years Eve fireworks light up the sky off Clearwater Beach in 2018.
  13. Snow Days have returned to the Florida Aquarium. The snow play area set up in the week after Christmas is included with admission. New this year, kids can launch snowballs off the Aquarium’s TECO Deck.
  14. Three bald eagles perch on a dirt mound at the Hernando County landfill.
  15. A rendering from WSP Engineering shows what a potential neighborhood station could look like for a 41-mile bus rapid transit line connecting Pasco, Hillsborough and Pinellas counties.
  16. Apartments and businesses seen on East Kennedy Blvd. on in Tampa's Channel District on Friday, March 19, 2021.
  17. Tampa International Airport will receive $21.7 million in the first batch of Federal Aviation Administration funding from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, sometimes called the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework.
  18. A shopper walks in the rain towards Southern Hospitality, a store in Plant City, on Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2021.
  19. Feeding Tampa Bay executive director Thomas Mantz speaks with Tampa Mayor Jane Castor.
  20. A masked school bus driver brings students to Leto High in Tampa in August, a time when weekly cases of COVID-19 were reaching into the thousands in Tampa Bay area public schools. The numbers have dropped significantly since then, but are starting to rise again as the Omicron variant begins to appear.
  21. Reese Lambert, of Toledo, Ohio, streams down a water slide Friday while visiting Clearwater Beach. Tampa hit a record high of 86 Friday as daily temperatures reach at 10 degrees or more above normal.
  22. Kasey Mitchell, 34, of Apollo Beach, intentionally crashed into patrol cars from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and the Florida Highway Patrol as he fled across three counties Thursday afternoon, according to the Highway Patrol.
  23. Christmas colors illuminate the palm trees Saturday at Curtis Hixon Riverfront Park in Tampa. Cooler-than-normal temperatures are forecast for Tampa this Christmas.
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