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  1. Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, left, and Democratic U.S. Rep. Val Demings, right.
  2. A city flag flies during a press conference to announce Mayor Rick Kriseman’s pick for Miami’s Midtown Development to redevelop Tropicana Field, at Campbell Park, Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
  3. Anarkitty performs on Saturday, June 25, 2022 in St. Petersburg.
  4. An aerial view of Tropicana Field and the surrounding area looking east towards downtown, on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
  5. Frank and Carol Morsani have donated to the University of South Florida for more than 45 years. Their latest gift of $7 million will create scholarships for students and positions in geriatrics and business.
  6. Protesters listen to speeches and display signs during the a protest following the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade on Friday, June 24, at North Straub Park in St. Petersburg.
  7. Prosecutors will seek the death penalty against Johnny Carnegie, who is accused of randomly shooting to death two people in St. Petersburg.
  8. Thomas Kenning, 38, shown here with his wife, Jasmine, and daughter, Rory, drowned in Lake Michigan on Monday.
  9. A camera captures the last glimpse of the James Webb Space Telescope as it heads to its final destination 1 million miles from Earth. Tampa Bay libraries and museums such as MOSI and Great Explorations will have special events this summer to glimpse Webb's first pictures from outer space.
  10. An oriental fruit fly rests on a leaf at a park in the Philippines in May 2021.
  11. Medical assistant Cassandra Ross administers a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to Natalie Rosales, 7, while nurse Jordan Dierksheide holds her arm, as Rosales looks at her mother, Elizabeth Rivera Alvarez, during a vaccination event hosted by Enterprising Latinas at Wimauma Opportunity Center in Wimauma on Nov. 14, 2021. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended COVID-19 vaccines for kids 4 and under earlier this month.
  12. Paul Tash, chairman of the Tampa Bay Times, chats with Times photojournalist Dirk Shadd on June 14 at the Times' office in St. Petersburg. After stepping down as CEO in January, Tash is retiring as chairman on July 1, 47 years after he started with the Times as an intern.
  13. Flags during the St. Pete Pride Parade on Saturday, June 25, 2022 in St. Petersburg.
  14. Nadya Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot performs during St. Pete Pride's concert on Friday.
  15. Abortion-rights marchers hold signs during a rally Friday in St. Petersburg.
  16. The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice said Friday that it has closed the Charles Britt Academy, pictured here in a Google image from May, after two employees at the state-owned residential treatment center for boys were arrested on child abuse charges.
  17. Pro life signs are seen outside the All Women's Health Center of Clearwater on May 3. The Supreme Court has struck down the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade case that recognized a Constitutional right to an abortion. States can now ban the procedure.
  18. People attend the PRIDE OUTside Festival held in St. Petersburg's Vinoy Park in 2021. The St. Petersburg Police Department is gearing up for an “all hands on deck” effort to provide security during this weekend’s Pride festivities, Chief Anthony Holloway said Thursday.
  19. A damaged tandem bicycle lies in the grass at the scene of a crash involving two bicycles and a car at the intersection of East Lake Road and Trinity Boulevard on Thursday. The driver of the car turned into the path of the bicyclists, causing them to hit the passenger side of the car, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Two cyclists on the tandem and another cyclist on his own bike were seriously injured, troopers said.
  20. The Kolter Group broke ground on a 42-story, 244-unit luxury condominium called Arthouse St. Pete on June 22, 2022. From left to right: Bob Glaser, president and CEO of Smith & Associates; Ken Welch, mayor of St. Petersburg; Bryan Van Slyke, regional president for Kolter; Sean DeMartino, president of central and north Florida for Coastal Construction; and Ricardo Nunez, development manager for Kolter.
  21. Dalton Mason and Tori Lacey are raising their African Grey parrot, Apollo, like a human toddler.
  22. Erik Castillo, of North Andover, Massachusetts, traverses an area of rocks at Oasis Beach at Honeymoon Island State Park on Wednesday, April 21, 2021, the site of a $2 million beach renourishment project.
  23. There hasn't been a St. Pete Pride since 2019, shown here with colorful marchers. Organizers expect to draw more than 300,000 people to the festivities in St. Petersburg on June 25.
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