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  1. Derick P. Bowden, 24, was arrested Sunday and faces charges of first-degree murder and being a felon in possession of a firearm, according to Hillsborough jail records.
  2. Rodolfo Regino Jr., 48, is facing a manslaughter charge after Hillsborough detectives say he punched a man during an altercation in a Ruskin gas station parking lot and the man died.
  3. The townhome located in the 5300 block of Bayshore Blvd. belonging to Perla Haydee Huerta pictured on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022, in Tampa. Huerta allegedly recruited migrants onto Gov. Ron DeSantis’ flights to Martha’s Vineyard from San Antonio in September.
  4. Bella and CheeChee are two of many animals hoping to find "fur"ever homes.
  5. Sebastien Vachon-Desjardins was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Tuesday.
  6. Investment firm Baird will move its Tampa office from 201 N Franklin St. into Thousand and One, the new Water Street Tampa office tower at 1001 Water St.
  7. Hillsborough Fire Rescue responded to a large fire at a fish farm in Plant City on Tuesday morning.
  8. Mckenna Grace attends the ''Ghostbusters: Afterlife'' movie premiere on Nov. 15, 2021, at AMC Lincoln Square in New York.
  9. Trevor Summers, the defendant, left, is escorted into the courtroom during his trial in August.
  10. Julie Schenecker testifies in a Tampa courtroom Monday in a hearing on her request for a new trial. Schenecker was convicted in 2014 of murdering her two teenage children.
  11. Members of the search and rescue team from Miami including Pasco, a black Labrador retriever, search the rubble for missing persons at Fort Myers Beach, two days after Hurricane Ian hit Florida's west coast as a Category 4 storm.
  12. Officers salute Pinellas Deputy Michael Hartwick at his funeral at the Idlewild Baptist Church on Monday in Lutz. Hartwick died after being struck by a front loader while directing traffic away from road work on Sept. 22.
  13. Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister speaks to reporters during a security briefing at the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office last month in Tampa. The sheriff's office was one of several local agencies to send help to southwest Florida after Hurricane Ian.
  14. The University of South Florida has announced that college of arts performances are now free. The USF Jazztet will perform Oct. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in Barness Recital Hall.
  15. Joan and Kevin DiMaggio dressed as the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines on Central Avenue in St. Petersburg on Halloween in 2021.
  16. Damage caused by Hurricane Ian seen at Charlotte Sports Park located on the grounds of the Tampa Bay Rays Spring Training complex seen on Thursday. The U.S. Small Business Administration is opening the first of several recovery centers to help residents, businesses and nonprofits apply for loans.
  17. The Selmon Expressway West officially opened on Monday April 19, 2021. This view is from underneath the flyover on Gandy Blvd. eastbound.
  18. Duke Energy trucks are staged the parking lot at Tropicana Field in preparation for Hurricane Ian on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022 in St. Petersburg.
  19. Amanda Tress, founder and CEO of the FASTer Way to Fat Loss, offers a high-five to pro trainer Haven Hennessey while recording a workout session on Sept. 6 at the company’s headquarters in Clearwater. Also participating, at left, is Tress' husband Brandon.
  20. Tony Simpson, of Valrico, right, helps his neighbor, Michael Zeman, get his vehicles and trailer out of a flooded road near the 4400 block of River Drive on Friday.
  21. State Attorney Andrew Warren, right, and Governor Ron DeSantis, left.
  22. Two men were injured, one critically, in what officials suspect was a generator explosion at a Pinellas Park home Thursday night.
  23. Duke Energy trucks are staged the parking lot at Tropicana Field in preparation for Hurricane Ian on Wednesday in St. Petersburg.
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