1. Collectors go through and find stamps for their collections at the St. Pete Stamp Club on Saturday, March 25, 2023, in St. Petersburg.
  2. Ruby Bridges, right, who integrated Louisiana schools in the 1960s, meets with Charles Burks in 2013 after the two filmed a video to share their experience with children. Burks, 91, was one of the federal marshals who escorted Bridges past angry crowds when she was 6 years old. Their story is the subject of a Disney movie that has been challenged at a St. Petersburg school.
  3. Manuel-Alejandro "Alex" Gutierrez-Rodriguez, was arrested on March 24 on a probation violation charge. More than a dozen patients accused him of abandoning them after they paid him thousands of dollars.
  4. New College announced a guaranteed admissions program for graduates of St. Petersburg College on Friday, March 31, 2023.
  5. Red tide has weakened over the past two weeks on area beaches, experts say. This photo shows the Don CeSar hotel on St. Pete Beach on March 10.
  6. Taylor Swift performs songs during The 1989 World Tour in Cleveland in 2015. For her Eras Tour coming to Tampa April 13-15, light-up costumes and signs will not be permitted.
  7. St. Petersburg's Anna Paulina Luna and her congressional campaign have been dismissed from a lawsuit brought by the family of a 9-year-old boy who was bitten by a Belgian Malinois named Gunner that the congresswoman says is owned by her husband.
  8. A Pinellas deputy was fired after the sheriff's office said he failed to report discharging a gun and another deputy's mental health crisis.
  9. The Pinellas County school district has been in the spotlight this week following a parent complaint that the "Ruby Bridges" movie was inappropriate for second graders at North Shore Elementary in St. Petersburg.
  10. Family members of Pashun Jeffery, including her mother, Lakita Denson, center, and her great-aunt Theo Brickhouse-Sails gather for a news conference Friday, where they appealed to the public for information about Jeffery’s 2-year-old son, Taylen Mosley. Taylen's body found later near Dell Holmes Park.
  11. Conditions have greatly improved at Piney Point, according to site operators, and site closure is underway. Crews work to pump water from New Gypsum Stack South where a leak formed two years ago, prompting an emergency water release and becoming an environmental disaster for Tampa Bay.
  12. A fleet of historic vessels sailing in Tampa Bay from the St. Pete Pier on Thursday.
  13. Health care advocates are warning that close to a million Floridians could lose health insurance when the state in April begins a review of the eligibility of almost 5 million Medicaid recipients.
  14. Taylor Swift performs during her Eras tour at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on March 24, 2023.
  15. Bullet holes are seen in a door and wall of a boarding home in St. Petersburg after a police sniper shot a man during a standoff.
  16. George and Lois Cozzi are embraced by others during a vigil for their son, missing Pinellas attorney Steven Cozzi who is presumed to have been murdered by Tomasz Roman Kosowski, a Florida plastic surgeon now in custody and facing a first-degree murder charge Wednesday, in St. Petersburg.
  17. Deveron Gibbons makes a point at a St. Petersburg College board of trustees meeting in 2017 during a discussion about presidential candidates for the school. He was named a trustee of Florida A&M University on Wednesday.
  18. Tomasz Kosowski, a local plastic surgeon arrested in the death of missing Largo attorney Steven Cozzi, makes his first appearance in court from the Pinellas County Jail on Monday.
  19. Jeremy Brown outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, according to federal prosecutors.
  20. Tomasz Kosowski, a local plastic surgeon arrested in the death of missing Largo attorney, Steve Cozzi, makes his first appearance in court from the Pinellas County Jail, Monday, March 27, 2023 in Clearwater.
  21. A 17-year-old girl from Pompano Beach is dead after police say the driver of a silver Toyota Tundra hit her while she crossed U.S. 19 in Tarpon Springs and then fled.
  22. Jane Goodall is pictured here in Gombe, Tanzania, where she has spent years documenting the lives of chimpanzees. The renowned conservationist is visiting Tampa this week to speak about her life's work and maintaining hope in a time of ecological decline.
  23. People dance and sing to gospel music during FAST’s annual Nehemiah Action assembly which gathers hundreds of congregants from various religious groups together to call on public officials for social justice reforms, at Indian Rocks Baptist Church in Largo on Monday.
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