1. The city skyline, left, and a Kforce building, right, seen in the distance in October, at a possible site for a Tampa stadium for the Tampa Bay Rays. If a request for state money is approved, two projects could link Tampa Heights and the Channel District to the stadium site, making it easier to travel there by bike, scooter or walking.
  2. Meridian Apartments on N 50th Street in Tampa is one of about 100 apartment complexes that participated in Tampa Police Department's Crime-Free Multi Housing program.
  3. Catherine Catlin listens to attorneys during the pretrial detention hearing for Robert Kessler, who is accused of murdering Stephanie Crone-Overholts, dismembering her body and dumping her body parts into McKay Bay.
  4. This rendering shows a residential interior at Asher, a new residential tower at 1050 Water St. in Water Street Tampa. The building will open in 2022.
  5. CBD oil in a bottle with dropper May 7, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
  6. Nurse Jordan Dierksheide prepares paperwork while Josemaria Mejia, 7, of Ruskin, lifts his arm before receiving a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine during a vaccination event hosted by Enterprising Latinas at  Wimauma Opportunity Center in Wimauma on Nov. 14.
  7. Oakhill Village, a mobile home park in Valrico, Fla. | Times (2017)
  8. Robert Kessler, 69, left, is accused of killing Stephanie Crone-Overholts, right, and dumping her body parts into Tampa Bay.
  9. There were no reported injuries after a fire broke out at the arts building at Leto High School in Tampa.
  10. Tampa police said they recovered this gun in the arrest of four people Tuesday night.
  11. Tara Nelan poses for a portrait on the porch of her Tampa home that was formerly owned by Richard Doby, who founded Zion Cemetery and helped build the historically Black neighborhood known as Dobyville.
  12. Tandova Ecenia holds the dance trophy her father, Paul Ecenia, won in a dance contest in October 1941 in Pearl Harbor.
  13. Police say David Marc Ratcliff was arrested Tuesday in connection to a bank robbery in Clearwater. Ratcliff, the so-called "I-4 bandit," was convicted of robbing six banks in Clearwater, Tampa and Orlando in the late '90s. He was suspected of committing several others along the Interstate 4 corridor.
  14. Ma'at Lee, 20, is accused of firing eight shots at a deputy during a traffic stop on Oct. 31.
  15. Jonathan Pagliarulo, 11, gets tested for COVID-19 in August after vaccinated family members tested positive for the virus in North Miami.
  16. Celeste Roberts, co-founder of the Skills Center Collaborative, announces Tuesday that a 55,000-square-foot former skating rink in Belmont Heights will become a youth services center in fall 2022.
  17. Walter Jeziorski speaks in a Tampa courtroom Tuesday before being sentenced to 20 years in prison. Jeziorski pleaded guilty to charges that he shot at Tampa police Officers Richard Lehr and Leigh Smith one morning in 2018.
  18. Robert Kessler, 69, left, is accused of killing Stephanie Crone-Overholts, right, and dumping her body parts into Tampa Bay.
  19. Dexter Frederick speaks with volunteer nurse and USF doctoral student Morgan Butts regarding a patient at Grace Community Medical Center on Nov. 10.
  20. Nick Vojnovic, president of Little Greek Fresh Grill and Green Market Cafe.
  21. Smiling faces and bright colors are seen along the route of the 2021 Tampa Pride Diversity Parade on May 22 in Ybor City. Tampa and St. Petersburg got perfect scores in the Human Rights Campaign’s annual LGBTQ+ equality index.
  22. Republican veteran Jay Collins, running against U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor, D-Tampa, uses numerous photos of himself in uniform and identifies himself as “Green Beret Jay Collins” in his campaign website, Facebook page and fundraiser invitations.

But how combat photos of Collins are used could raise questions about whether the materials comply with Defense Department regulations on the subject.
  23. Adam Hasebroock, of Tampa, seen here in 2018 after winning first overall in the TRI Pasco triathlon, was killed Nov. 4 when he was struck by a car while riding his bike on Lizards Tail Road in New Tampa. Police arrested the driver, Dr. Philip Henkin, on a charge of vehicular homicide.
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