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  1. Artist Tom Stovall as he works to paint a mural of a turtle named Henry on the Dunedin Curlew Water Tower on Thursday, May 26, 2022 in Dunedin. The water tower was built in the 1960's and is 150 feet tall and holds 1 million gallons of water. Stovall is a large scale muralist who also painted the Crescent Lake Water tower. He started working on Henry in April and plans to complete phase one by mid June.
  2. Spectrum Bay News 9 Chief Meteorologist Mike Clay.
  3. Sean Sullivan is executive director of the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council.
  4. Sophie Delott, 17, was killed by an impaired driver while riding her bike over the Indian Rocks Beach Causeway Bridget in 2019. A 'DUI wolf pack' operation this weekend in Pinellas County is dedicated in her memory.
  5. U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Florida Roger Handberg poses for a portrait in his Tampa office earlier this month. Five months into the job, Handberg aims to refocus on the cases he believes federal prosecutors are best equipped to handle.
  6. Graduates attend the Class of 2022’s Hillsborough Virtual K-12 Commencement Ceremony on Tuesday at the Florida State Fairgrounds’ Expo Hall in Tampa. 
Federal guidelines recommend that all residents in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco counties, regardless of health status, should wear a well-fitting mask in public indoor spaces.
  7. Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri was appointed to lead a statewide commission to investigate what led to the 2018 Parkland shooting and make recommendations to improve campus safety in Florida.
  8. Regal will feature kid favorites such as “The Lego Movie” for $2 on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings this summer. In the movie, Lego Batman is voiced by Will Arnett; Wyldstyle is voiced by Elizabeth Banks; and Emmet Brickowski is voiced by Chris Pratt.
  9. James Barr is the chief medical officer of BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital.
  10. Tal Zentmeyer, 2nd AC, snaps a slate for a scene for the film "Baked With a Kiss" at Walsingham Park in Seminole.
  11. Lillie Perez, 11, holds a sign during a "March for Our Lives" protest for gun legislation and school safety on March 24, 2018, in Houston. Students and activists across the country planned events Saturday in conjunction with a Washington march spearheaded by teens from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where over a dozen people were killed in February 2018.
  12. The results of Florida's third-grade reading test, released Wednesday, will help educators determine where children found success and where they need more attention, officials say.
  13. This hurricane season, get the latest information about storms and how to get ready at tampabay.com/hurricane
  14. A rendering shows 3 Daughters Brewing's new pub at St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport. Announced in 2019, the bar and restaurant officially opened Wednesday.
  15. This hurricane season, get the latest information about storms and how to get ready at tampabay.com/hurricane
  16. This March 2022 photo provided by Manny Renfro shows his grandson, Uziyah Garcia, while on spring break in San Angelo, Texas. The 8-year-old  was among those killed in Tuesday's shooting at Robb Elementary School on May 24 in Uvalde, Texas.
  17. This hurricane season, get the latest information about storms and how to get ready at tampabay.com/hurricane
  18. The Cross Bay Ferry, Provincetown III is shown leaving the Vinoy Yacht Basin, Friday, January 11, 2019. Pinellas County has said it wants to renegotiate its annual subsidy to the service. Two Hillsborough County commissioners said this week the service should continue without Pinellas' involvement. TIMES (2019)
  19. Signs around Universal Studios in Orlando encourage guests to "skip the regular lines" with its Universal Express Pass, which starts at $79.99, to skip the line at most popular attractions at least one time. Theme park experts say line-cutting fees are becoming more of an issue as the busy vacation season approaches.
  20. Robert Dinwiddie of St. Petersburg gets his nose swabbed during a COVID-19 test at Tropicana Field on Feb. 7. The test site closed two weeks later, part of a wave of closures that has left both sides of Tampa Bay, for the time being, without a free, walk-up site.
  21. Avery and Doc are two of many animals hoping to find "fur"ever homes.
  22. Tampa Bay Times journalists Sam Ogozalek, left, and Hannah Critchfield are both fellows with Report for America.
  23. Meredith Mechanik, right, of Tampa, wears her mask as she browses through books at Tombolo Books, a bookstore at downtown St. Petersburg, on June 11, 2021. Residents in Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas counties should once again wear masks indoors due to rising levels of COVID-19, under federal guidelines.
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