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  1. Christian Kath, 42, Misty Kath, 43, and their daughter Lily, 12, have been identified as the family members involved in a plane crash offshore of the Venice Municipal Airport.
  2. The old Turtle Club property west of St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport, shown here in 2017, could be overtaken by Clearwater boat retailer MarineMax under a proposal to build a $38 million yacht manufacturing and dock facility and 400-space parking garage.
  3. Quenton Tuckett, a UF research assistant scientist, displays a handful of Syringodium, or “manatee grass” that he plucked from the water Monday, Dec. 5, 2022.
  4. The Bayport Pier in Spring Hill is among the local projects led by Tarpon Springs marine construction company Midcoast Marine Group, which was acquired this week by Clearwater boat retailer MarineMax.
  5. First responders work at the scene where a dark blue pickup truck struck pedestrian Felicia White, 46, as she tried to cross 108th Avenue in Treasure Island on Tuesday. The pickup driver left the scene and deputies were searching for the truck and working to identify who was driving it.
  6. Ulas Butler, United Way Suncoast’s senior manager of early learning and family engagement, leads a 'Learn & Play' session.
  7. Passengers board the Route 9 PSTA bus at Grand Central Station in St. Petersburg, Florida on Thursday, January 23,  2020.
  8. Sharon Arroyo, with Duke Energy Florida, fills a water bottle at a refill station at Honeymoon Island State Park Tuesday in Dunedin. More than 120 water bottle refill stations have been installed in 85 state parks across Florida. Duke Energy Florida made a $175,000 donation for the stations.
  9. Lainey O’Neil, 4, left, joins fourth grade gifted teacher Kristin Thompson with her son Colton, 2, center, at a tub of gifts during the Winter Fest at Oakstead Elementary in Land O' Lakes on Thursday. Families enjoyed holiday-themed games, a cocoa stand, a choir performance and food trucks during the annual nondenominational event.
  10. People stroll through 1 million LED lights during the nightly Holiday Lights in the Gardens event at the Florida Botanical Gardens on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2022, in Largo. The event, which only asks for a donation, will run through Jan.1 every night 5:30-9:30 p.m.
  11. The Sirata Beach Resort in St. Pete Beach was sold last week to a Kentucky hospitality company for $207 million.
  12. The Dinos & Dragons exhibit features more than 100 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs and dragons, as well as rides, a dino dig pit and other features encompassing the entire field surrounding the Schwettman Education Center. The exhibit, which runs through February, is a fundraiser for the Museum of Archaeology, Paleontology & Science
  13. State Sen. Ed Hooper speaks during a candidate's forum in Tarpon Springs during his successful 2022 re-election campaign.
  14. A grand jury has indicted Robert Gullo, 25, on a first-degree murder charge in the death of 16-year-old Meaghan Cooper, Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri announced Monday.
  15. Chad Mason, 36, from Orlando remains in Pinellas County Jail after being arrested by Clearwater Police Department officers on charges including sexual activity involving animals.
  16. Conor Westrate, 31, was arrested Friday and faces a charge of unlawful sexual activity with minors, records show. Westrate, a teacher in Pinellas County, had sex with a 16-year-old student, according to an arrest affidavit from the St. Petersburg Police Department.
  17. The National Transportation Safety Board logo and signage are seen at a news conference at NTSB headquarters in Washington, Dec. 18, 2017. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating after a small airplane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida coast over the weekend, with two people confirmed dead.
  18. A screenshot from video recorded by a Pinellas deputy's body camera on Nov. 12 shows Tampa police Chief Mary O'Connor and her husband, Keith, during a traffic stop. O'Connor identified herself as chief, pulled out her badge and asked the deputy to "just let us go" when told they'd been pulled over for not having a tag on the golf cart while he was driving on a public road.
  19. Hannah Ray, 28, was arrested Sunday on a DUI manslaughter charge after a crash in Clearwater that killed a motorcyclist, police said.
  20. Cortiz Flowers, 23, was arrested after police said he raped a woman at gunpoint and committed a series of other violent crime around Pinellas County in recent weeks.
  21. Shelley Vaughn, 47, was sentenced to 364 days in jail after pleading guilty to aggravated animal cruelty and criminal mischief.
  22. A screenshot from video recorded by a Pinellas deputy's body camera on Nov. 12 shows Tampa police Chief Mary O'Connor and her husband, Keith, during a traffic stop.  O'Connor identified herself as chief, pulled out her badge and asked the deputy to "just let us go" when told they'd been pulled over for not having a tag on the golf cart while he was driving on a public road.
  23. Sallie Parks spent 8 years as a Pinellas County commissioner, but she filled the years before and after that with civic service, too. She died Nov. 9 at 86.
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