1. Contract bargaining between the Hillsborough County School District and the Hillsborough Classroom Teachers Association on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022.
  2. Ron DeSantis speaks at a news conference last year at the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, where he announced voter fraud arrests across the state.
  3. “Just tell them that they have been great to me over the years,” longtime Tampa Bay radio personality Jack Harris said of his fans. “They are what I will miss most.”
  4. The Florida Suncoast Dome (now Tropicana Field) is shown in the early stages of construction in the late 1980s. A WEDU PBS documentary, Rise of the Rays. A Devil of a Story, debuts at 9 p.m. Thursday, March 30 and retells the region's seven failed attempts to land a Major League Baseball franchise before landing the expansion Tampa Bay Devil Rays. (TIMES)
  5. A man in his early to mid-20s was found shot to death in a vehicle in the 1700 block of E. Idell Street in Tampa around 6 p.m. Tuesday, according to police.
  6. In this image from a video provided by student protesters, students and campus police officers rush together at the beginning of a clash inside the Patel Center on the University of South Florida's Tampa campus on March 6. The protesters were from the Tampa Bay chapter of Students for a Democratic Society.
  7. "This Book Is Gay" by Juno Dawson is the subject of a challenge in the Hillsborough County school system. After a parent complained about content in the book, two school district panels approved it. But the school board, in a 4-3 vote Tuesday, has banned the book in middle schools.
  8. The Smashing Pumpkins are playing Tampa's MidFlorida Credit Union Ampitheatre in August 2023.
  9. Michael Keetley has a discussion with defense attorney Kim Kohn in the courtroom before a jury delivers a verdict in his retrial at the Hillsborough County Courthouse  in Tampa.
  10. Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority CEO Adelee Le Grand, right, listens as attorney  David Adams presents findings of an investigation during a HART board meeting Monday, March 27, 2023 in Tampa.
  11. Billy Adams III speaks with his attorney in a pretrial detention hearing last month in Tampa after he was accused of fatally shooting 22-year-old Alana Sims, who was pregnant.
  12. John Mayer performs on Monday, March 20, 2023, at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.
  13. Wisconsin-based company, Escape, is building 23 tiny homes in Thonotosassa.
  14. Passengers go through security gates to board the tram to their gate at Tampa International Airport on Thursday, March 9, 2023, in Tampa.
  15. Parade participants toss beads and entertain people during the Tampa Pride Diversity Parade at Ybor City on Saturday in Tampa.
  16. Parade participants entertain people during the Tampa Pride Diversity Parade at Ybor City on Saturday, March 25, 2023, in Tampa.
  17. Alan Clendenin, 2023 candidate for Tampa City Council
  18. Austen Peffley is speaking out about disturbing comments made by a Wharton High teacher after a Tampa Bay Times investigation into similar complaints.
  19. University of Tampa President Ronald L. Vaughn will retire at the end of the 2023-24 school year.
  20. Geospatial analyst Sandy Cho, 26, works on a map of Turkey from the recent earthquake at Maxar’s Tampa office on Monday, February 20, 2023.
  21. Syori Sotomayor, 7, on left, works with Vivian Fisk, University Area Community Development Corporation Prodigy Cultural Arts Instructor, in an art class at the Harvest Hope Center at Harvest Hope Park. Said Syori’s mother, Carissa Guzman: “She loves just painting. She could do this all day.”
  22. Susan Danielik, the Tampa Bay Lightning's director of training and experience, receives assistance from ThunderBug during a learn-to-skate session at Amalie Arena on Feb. 22. Skating classes are one of the many perks available to employees of the Tampa Bay Lightning, one of the Tampa Bay Times' Top Workplaces of 2022.
  23. Defendant Michael Keetley stands in court Friday before closing arguments in his murder trial in Tampa.
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