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  1. Michael Dougherty, 40, was arrested on an attempted second-degree murder charge after deputies said he left a woman with a hatchet in her head in St. Petersburg and fled to Gainesville.
  2. USF St. Petersburg Regional Chancellor Christian Hardigree has an office that overlooks Bayboro Harbor. Her task as she settles into the job will be to retain the small campus's unique flavor while ensuring that it remains a vital part of a much larger university.
  3. Flu has spiked earlier than usual this season, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The H3N2 strain of influenza A is dominant.
  4. Seniors, individuals with underlying conditions such as heart or lung disease, and those with weakened immune systems are more likely to become seriously ill from cases of COVID-19, flu and respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV.
  5. Eloda Hogan, the 54-year-old mother of a teen driver accused in a crash that killed two teen passengers, is facing a criminal charge in connection with the fatal crash, according to the St. Petersburg Police Department.
  6. Anglers fish along the North Sunshine Skyway Fishing Pier on Wednesday in St. Petersburg. Wildlife officials are considering new rules to prevent seabird entanglements at the Skyway Fishing Pier.
  7. Scott Herndon, 57, has been arrested on a charge that he left the scene of a fatal accident on Central Avenue in St. Petersburg. He later returned to the scene after a witness followed him, police said.
  8. This rendering from St. Petersburg developers Eastman Equity Holdings shows a proposed 13-story, 114-room hotel at 1111 Central Ave.
  9. Emily Croslin watches as her father, Bob Croslin, cuts into a pumpkin for carving in Emily's kitchen in October.
  10. A Cocoa Puff waffle cloud at the new St. Petersburg ice cream shop The Cereal Bar on 689 Central Ave.
  11. Broderick McCullough with his niece, Keony Dilworth. McCullough was found beaten in the parking lot of the North Shore pool the day after Thanksgiving in 1990. His murder remains unsolved.
  12. Dominic Fike performs at Jannus Live during his sold-out St. Petersburg stop on Monday, Nov. 21, 2022.
  13. Bruce Hines, 56, loads his bicycle with items collected at the food drive at Tangerine Plaza in St. Petersburg on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2002. It is the site of a weekly giveaway.
  14. Joe Rufin with Creepy Creatures Termite and Pest Control, of Palm Harbor, organizes blocks of rodenticide while preparing a bait station as he worked to exterminate rodents from a condominium complex on Aug. 18 in Clearwater. The rodenticide is made with cholecalciferol, which is not among the anticoagulants that local wildlife advocates are trying to get off the street.
  15. Hope Village of America President and CEO Kirk Ray Smith in a 2018 portrait. Members of a fundraising committee for The Haven domestic violence shelter have resigned saying that Smith ranted and belittled them during a zoom call on Oct. 19. The nonprofit's governing board is holding an emergency meeting Monday.
  16. Jordan "Doyle" Walsh was officially named St. Petersburg Mayor Ken Welch's chief of staff on Monday, Nov. 21.
  17. A 67-year-old man who was hit by an SUV last week on Central Avenue in St. Petersburg has died, St. Petersburg police reported on Monday.
  18. Jo Dyke tests the lights on the branch of a cherry blossom tree. The LED lights can be programmed to display different colors. The cherry blossom trees will be pink.
  19. Christmas Town at Busch Gardens in Tampa a variety of colorful elements.
  20. COVID-19 testing site workers register and test patients for the virus at Hillsborough Community College’s Brandon campus on Monday, Jan. 10, 2022. Ahead of the winter holidays, new subvariants are causing some concern, and bivalent booster uptake is low.
  21. A view of the overflow debris management site at Maximo Park in St. Petersburg on Oct. 19.
  22. Road traffic victims, their families and safety advocates convened on World Day of Remembrance to honor and remember those who have died and been injured from traffic violence on Sunday in Treasure Island.
  23. CVS Health began selling its own bundled STD kit in October, priced at $99.99. Unlike most home kits, CVS’ version is available in stores. But health care companies are urging the federal government to greenlight at-home testing kits that could vastly multiply the number of Americans testing for STDs.
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