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    Hopper is now, officially, the more famous of Temple Terrace’s infamous kangaroos.
  2. Tim Burke departs federal court in Tampa after his hearing on Thursday, Feb. 22, 2024.
  3. Media consultant Tim Burke, 45, stands in his digital media studio at the Seminole Heights home which he shares with his wife, Tampa City Council member Lynn Hurtak, on Tuesday, July 18, 2023, in Tampa where agents with FBI conducted a search and seizure of personal electronics and notebooks in early May.
  4. The Tampa Housing Authority broke ground Thursday on two towers that will add 188 affordable units to the West River project.
  5. Florida legislators want to change the law to say that motorists can't be in the left lane of highways unless they’re passing another vehicle.
  6. In its Feb. 9 bankruptcy filing, the The Center for Special Needs Trust Administration states that the group’s founder, Leo Govoni, took money from more than 1,500 trust funds through an unsanctioned loan to the Boston Finance Group, a company he owned.
  7. Beachgoers enjoy alcoholic drinks near Caddy's on the Beach on Treasure Island in 2019. It's legal to drink on Treasure Island, but with a set of rules including no kegs and no glass bottles.
  8. Family and friends of players watch a soccer match from the sidelines at the Tournament Sportsplex Of Tampa Bay on Feb. 16.
  9. Hillsborough Sheriff's deputy Charity Arthur (left) receives a commendation from former County Commissioner Kevin Beckner in 2016. She was recognized for her work as a school resource officer.
  10. Two adults were hurt and two dogs were killed in a house fire in Dover on Wednesday afternoon, according to Hillsborough Fire Rescue.
  11. Dixon, who joined the fire department in April 2021, said he found a defaced photograph of himself in his locker at Tampa's Station 13, one of the city's busiest and location north of Busch Boulevard.
  12. Sting, shown singing in Tampa in 2007 on the left, and Billy Joel, shown during a Madison Square Garden performance on the right, will co-headline a concert at Raymond James Stadium on Saturday, February 24, 2024.
  13. Jorge Ramirez was taken into custody in Brevard County on Tuesday, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release. He is facing a charge of second-degree murder with a firearm in the Jan. 16 death of Bryan Proenza.
  14. Billy Joel and Sting will perform for one night only in Tampa at Raymond James Stadium on Saturday.
  15. A Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office vehicle is seen in a Keystone neighborhood on Tuesday after a neighbor found a woman dead in her home.
  16. The exterior of Hillsborough High School in Tampa.
  17. Hillsborough County school district headquarters in downtown Tampa, where the school board met on Tuesday.
  18. An aerial drone view of the tents for Cirque du Soleil Bazzar in the parking lot of Tropicana Field on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2024 in St. Petersburg. The show runs from February 22, 2024 - March 24, 2024.
  19. Peso Pluma, the 24-year-old Grammy-award winning regional Mexican singer, announced a Tampa stop for his 2024 Exodo Tour. Tickets go on sale this week via Citi Entertainment and Live Nation for the Amalie Arena concert this summer.
  20. The Center for Special Needs Trust Administration, a nonprofit that manages trust funds for individuals with complex medical needs, including victims of road accidents and medical malpractice, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, citing the loss of $100 million that it says was taken in an unsanctioned loan by the nonprofit's founder, Leo Govoni. It is located at the Roosevelt Lakes office building at 12425 28th St. in St. Petersburg.
  21. Eisenhower Middle School at 7620 Big Bend Road in Gibsonton in February 2023. Prechae Rodriguez, a behavior support teacher at the Eisenhower Exceptional Center located at the school, was arrested Monday, 11 days after he punched a 9-year-old autistic student  in the face while at the center, deputies said.
  22. Tampa police are investigating a fatal crash that killed two people near the University of South Florida Monday evening.
  23. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, center, and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, right,  hold a news conference in Del Rio, Texas, on July 17, 2021, to talk about an effort to enforce the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas.
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