1. A shooting Tuesday night near Westminster Community Playground, at 5200 4th Ave. S in St. Petersburg, left one man seriously injured and a girl with a minor injury, police said.
  2. Sandra Ceballos poses for a photograph in front of a home she has listed for sale and is currently under contract April 8 in Tarpon Springs. Ceballos company, Silver Roots, works with senior citizens in downsizing, and moving.
  3. Tampa General Hospital is pictured on Thursday, July 16, 2020.
  4. Rev. J. C Pritchett , president of the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance speaks to a small gathering Tuesday, April 20, 2021 in St. Petersburg, about the Derek Chauvin trial verdict in front of the Lynching Memorial.
  5. Bolay Fresh Bold Kitchen's Baja Lemon Chicken Bol features jasmine rice, cilantro noodles, ginger broccoli, lemon chicken and sliced avocado.
  6. The Florida House has passed a bill that would block transgender children from playing on sports teams that align with their gender.
  7. The Coquina Key Plaza in St. Petersburg as seen on Wednesday April 7, 2021.
  8. Celebrities and fans turned out by the dozens at the Palladium in St. Petersburg for the Sunscreen Film Festival in 2017. Kirstie Alley was among the actors who came to the event.
  9. Chris Selmon, youngest son of late Tampa Bay Buccaneer legend Lee Roy Selmon, walks with his mother Claybra Selmon along the new Selmon Expressway West extension during its grand opening Monday.
  10. Derrick Pride Jr., 21, faces a charge of second-degree murder in the shooting of Tedarrell Davenport on April 9, police said.
  11. A truck hit Bob and Darlene Surprenant, both 61, on April 9 as they crossed Central Avenue in St. Petersburg. Bob died the same night; Darlene died of her injuries Sunday, nine days after the crash.
  12. A concrete grinding machine is used to finish the roadway surface on the westbound lanes of the Selmon Extension, a 1.9-mile toll lane located in the median of Gandy Boulevard, where construction continues on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021, in Tampa. The extension will allow a choice for local residents and regional travelers: use Gandy Boulevard for local destinations or use the Selmon Extension for a direct connection to the Selmon Expressway or the Gandy Bridge.
  13. People listen while several organizers speak outside St. Petersburg City Hall ahead of a march in solidarity against racism and police brutality on Friday. About 100 people gathered to march.
  14. St. Petersburg City Council member Robert Blackmon, left, and Mayor Rick Kriseman, right, got into it over being photographed maskless at the Tampa Bay Rays' April 9 home opener. Trop rules require patrons to weak masks at all times, save for eating or drinking in their seats.
  15. Darden Rice (left) and Ken Welch are candidates in St. Petersburg's mayoral race.
  16. Tampa Bay Rays principal owner Stu Sternberg, right, and president Matt Silverman, left, presented to St. Petersburg City Council on Thursday, pitching a new stadium on the Trop site as part of their sister-city concept.
  17. Kriseman hired HR&A Advisors to help city officials weigh the four remaining Trop project proposals and negotiate with the chosen developer.
  18. Times file photo of the transgender pride flag.
  19. Amer Nuhanovic faces a number of charges related to a crime spree that stretched across St. Petersburg Tuesday morning.
  20. A sign informed motorists that the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine was not available Tuesday at the federal vaccination site at Tampa Greyhound Track. Officials paused administration of the vaccine after reports that six women who received the drug had experienced blood clots.
  21. Lingr, the highly anticipated new restaurant from chef Jeffrey Jew, will open for breakfast and lunch in mid-May at 400 Sixth St. S in St. Petersburg.
  22. After a hiatus in 2020 due to the pandemic, St. Pete Pride is back this summer, albeit without its signature parade. [MARTHA ASENCIO RHINE   |   Times (2018)]
  23. The Coquina Key Plaza in St. Petersburg as seen on Wednesday April 7, 2021 has been sold. Some of the businesses remaining include a night club, event rental space, and a Chinese restaurant.