1. In an evidentiary hearing in the case of James Dailey, who faces execution for the 1985 murder of Shelly Boggio in Indian Rocks Beach, Dailey, center, is seated in court in Pinellas County, Thursday, March 5, 2020.   [SCOTT KEELER  |  Times]
  2. Feeding Tampa Bay volunteers carry boxes of food into waiting cars during a mega-pantry drive-through operation at the State College of Florida on Tuesday. [MARTHA ASENCIO RHINE  |  Times]
  3. Volunteers work quickly, handing boxes of food off to one another to place in the trunks and backseats of the long line of vehicles driving through for a mega-pantry operation operated by Feeding Tampa Bay on May 26 at the State College of Florida in Bradenton. [MARTHA ASENCIO RHINE  |  Times]
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  5. The Florida Board of Governors approved a set of guidelines Thursday as a first step toward a fall reopening of campuses, including the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida. [CHRIS URSO  |  Times]
  6. Muhammed Momtaz Al-Azhari, 23, is charged with attempting to provide material support or resources to a designated foreign terrorist organization, the Department of Justice announced. [Pinellas County Sheriff's Office]
  7. President Donald Trump announced a $21.8 million federal grant to help pay for a bus rapid transit line connecting downtown St. Petersburg and the beaches. The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority will operate the service. [ALESSANDRA DA PRA | Times]
  8. People walk around Sparkman Wharf in Tampa on Memorial Day. [DIRK SHADD  |  Times]
  9. People gather at a Minneapolis police precinct during a protest for George Floyd on Tuesday. Four Minneapolis officers involved in the Monday arrest of the black man who died in police custody were fired Tuesday, hours after a bystander’s video showed an officer kneeling on the handcuffed man’s neck, even after he pleaded that he could not breathe and stopped moving. [RICHARD TSONG-TAATARII  |  AP]
  10. Tech Data reported $8.2 billion in global sales for the three months ending April 30. [DIRK SHADD  |  Tampa Bay Times]
  11. Corp. Jarred Stiff, left, and Lt. Nate Burnside, with the Clearwater Police Department, set up a "beach rules" sign on Clearwater Beach moments before Pinellas County beaches are opened to the public on Monday, May 4, 2020, after being closed since March 20. The Pinellas County Commission voted on Thursday to lift the local mandate for social distancing on beaches. Swimming pools and playgrounds can also reopen to full capacity. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD  |  Times]
  12. Tranzact, which has been in Tampa for a little more than a decade, employs about 250 people who usually work out of an office on W Waters Avenue near the Veterans Expressway. It is looking to hire 240 more. (Google street view) [Google street view]
  13. Christopher Keith Gilley, 55, is charged with first-degree murder in connection with a stabbing death in Largo. [Pinellas County Sheriff's Office]
  14. Aurora Ortega picks up an unemployment form at a Miami-Dade County library last month. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) [LYNNE SLADKY  |  AP]
  15. Eric Carrasquillo, 35, the general manager of Butter's Burgers, 777 N Ashley Drive, Tampa, on Tuesday. Butter's Burgers bar and restaurant opened March 13th, just days before it would be forced to close because of the pandemic. [DIRK SHADD  |  Times]
  16. As the country reopens, faith groups are taking different routes to a return to public worship. Here, at Bethel Community Baptist Church in St. Petersburg, the Rev. Manuel L. Sykes is shown preaching from a makeshift stage on the church's property. [CHRIS ZUPPA  |  Chris Zuppa]
  17. USF officials announced Wednesday that fall classes will start in-person, then move online again after students and faculty travel for Thanksgiving break. [URSO, CHRIS  |  Times (2019)]
  18. Driving Test Examiner Ed Prebel, 58, poses at the test track in Brandon after training for the new remote driving tests that start Monday. Instead of climbing into cars with people who must pass a driving test to get a license, examiners will stand outside and communicate with drivers via hands-free cell phones. [JOHN PENDYGRAFT  |  Times]
  19. People stroll through Sparkman Wharf in Tampa Bay on Memorial Day. [DIRK SHADD  |  Times]
  20. Karl Nurse, who spent 10 years on the St. Petersburg City Council, announced this week he is running for the Pinellas County School Board. [Times (2013)]
  21. A U.S. Department of Labor assistant inspector general said this week that states should take more steps to make sure that Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, which was created to help displaced independent contractors and gig workers like rideshare drivers, is not paid to fraudulent applicants. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, 2013)
  22. In a time before social distancing, these graduates at Tampa's Carrollwood Day School stood together and threw their caps in celebration. The world is counting on a return to those days. [Times (2013)]
  23. Madison Hickey, along with 137 other seniors from Clearwater Central Catholic High, participated in a social distancing graduation on Sunday. [LUIS SANTANA  |  Times]
  24. The Gibbs High Class of 2018 celebrated after graduation ceremonies at Tropicana Field, where the Pinellas County school system typically holds most of its graduations. In this most atypical of school years, district officials say they are discussing the possibility of in-person ceremonies at the indoor stadium this summer, providing conditions with the coronavirus allow it. [MARTHA ASENCIO RHINE  |  Times (2018)]