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  1. Trevor Dooley fatally shot a neighbor in Valrico in 2010.
  2. Brielle and Kodak are two of many animals hoping to find fur-ever homes.
  3. Architecture firm Gresham Smith will relocate its Tampa office from Harbour Island to The Loft at Midtown Tampa, developer Bromley Companies announced Thursday.
  4. Tampa Bay, along with all of Central Florida, was placed under a tornado watch Thursday morning. It will extend until at least 5 p.m. today.
  5. Tampa Bay Times reporter Paul Guzzo and actor and filmmaker Joe Davison search for signs of paranormal activity at the Cuban Club on Friday, Oct. 1, 2021 in Ybor City. After mysterious sightings and reports from staff the Cuban Club is considered by some to be one of Tampa Bay's most haunted buildings.
  6. James and Nan Smith are accused of running a prostitution ring involving 12 massage parlors in Tampa Bay.
  7. Gov. Ron DeSantis has not confirmed whether he will get a booster shot, and Florida's new surgeon general Dr. Joseph Ladapo has not released his vaccination status.
  8. Rocio Smith, working this month at an Achieva Credit Union office in Land O' Lakes, spent time as a mental health counselor helping low-income Hispanic communities navigate financial challenges.
  9. A look at Grand Central at Kennedy in Tampa last week. Retail business in Tampa Bay is recovering at a faster rate than the rest of the nation, according to new data from the real estate firm Franklin Street.
  10. Volunteer Jill Greer, 35, loads groceries into a vehicle as part of Feeding Tampa Bay’s food distribution operation serving hundreds of families on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021, in Tampa.
  11. Singer Jessie James Decker appears at a grand opening ceremony for her boutique Kittenish in Dallas on Aug. 13. She'll open a Kittenish store in Tampa's Hyde Park Village on Nov. 7.
  12. Tampa Mayor Jane Castor, center, said Wednesday her goal of creating 10,000 units of affordable housing is more than halfway complete.
  13. Tampa International Airport will host its next hiring event on Nov. 9.
  14. In this undated  photo possibly taken during prohibition the late-Ellis Clifton, far left, the Hillsborough County law man charged with bringing down the Tampa mafia in the 1950s and 60s, is seen with two unidentified men and several jugs of moonshine.  [Photo courtesy of the Hillsborough county Sheriff's Office]
  15. Visitors gather at the Snowcat Ridge alpine snow park entrance for the grand opening in 2020 in Dade City. The park has spent $4.5 million in upgrades since then, including adding a new ice skating rink.
  16. The seven-day forecast for Tampa Bay calls for rain then falling temperatures.
  17. Stay vigilant despite calm weather along the ruins of a structure near Gandy Bridge and all across the tropics, scientists warn.
  18. A cypress creek flows over a sandy stream bed in the heart of the USF Forest Preserve. The future of the property has been in question since April, when plans surfaced to explore development options for the site.
  19. Dr. Kristine Rietsma looks at Killian Brown, 4 months, during his pediatric appointment Tuesday at BayCare Medical Group in Tampa. Rietsma will be one of the faculty who will train medical school graduates in BayCare's new pediatrics residency.
  20. Then-Tampa police Captain Ruben "Butch" Delgado, center, and then-police Chief Jane Castor, right, attend an event at the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg in 2014. Delgado is now serving as interim police chief and is a presumed internal candidate as Castor, now Tampa's mayor, searches for someone to fill the post left vacant by Brian Dugan, who retired last month. Also pictured is then Major Mike Baumaister, who is no longer with the department.
  21. Tampa Jewish Family Services is headquartered in the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center.
  22. Cybersecurity analytics firm Rapid7, whose headquarters (show here) are in Boston, is opening a "major hub" in Tampa with plans to hire more than 100 workers.
  23. This Tampa mansion is being featured in an upcoming episode of Mansion Global on the Fox Business Network.
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