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Local 754 vice president Andrew Carter shakes Tampa Mayor Jane Castor's hand at Monday's contract signing. [City of Tampa]
The mayor says the key to success in negotiating three union deals was teamwork between her administration and city employees
Yesterday• Tampa
The man suspected in two robberies was captured after driving a stolen car into three vehicles, Tampa police said, including a Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office SUV.
Earlier today• Crime
A neighbor called to report a car abandoned at a vacant house Monday morning.
Yesterday• Crime
A tip from New Jersey brought detectives to the FedEx distribution center in Tampa, where they found packages filled with money sent from several states to a Rodeway Inn in Tampa. So they staked it...
Feb. 21• Crime

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  1. Residents at Tampa Park Apartments have been told they must move out by Nov. 1 because the 21-acre property between downtown Tampa and Ybor City has been sold. [JAMES BORCHUCK  |  Times]
  2. St. Petersburg-based Jabil said Tuesday it's projecting that the spread of the coronavirus will hurt its second-quarter performance. [Handout photo]
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  5. Local 754 vice president Andrew Carter shakes Tampa Mayor Jane Castor's hand at Monday's contract signing. [City of Tampa]
  6. (From left) Sam Smith and Aaron Smith watch their brother Eddie Smith Jr. nearly make the last putt for an eagle on the 18th hole at Rogers Park Golf Course in October. [OCTAVIO JONES  |  Times]
  7. Rashad Thulani Hill is considered armed and dangerous. [Tampa Police Department]
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  9. Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik  [Times staff]
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  1. St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and Tampa Mayor Jane Castor answer questions during a meeting of the Tampa Tiger Bay Club Friday. [SCOTT KEELER  |  Times]
  2. Jurors on Friday said they could not reach a unanimous verdict in the case against Michael Keetley, an ice cream man accused of murder. Keetley, right, smirked as the judge instructed the jury to try again to reach a verdict. [SCOTT KEELER  |  Times]
  3. Marisol Lopez, 42, sent in an application for a green card when she learned about new federal restrictions on public benefits for many immigrants. [JUAN CARLOS CHAVEZ / TIMES  |  Times]
  4. A section of the Robles Park Village public housing complex was built on top the forgotten Zion Cemetery. [OCTAVIO JONES  |  Times]
  5. Tampa City Council chairman Luis Viera said Mayor Jane Castor's decision to add a second ambulance to Station 13 in North Tampa will improve emergency services for his constituents. [OCTAVIO JONES  |  Times]
  6. A rendering of the new Ulta created by Hennon Group Architects and included in the permits for the building filed with the City of Tampa. [Hennon Group Architects]
  7. New Orleans-based Dat Dog offers exotic sausages like alligator, duck and crawfish, along with multiple vegan options and more than 30 toppings. The chain is seeking franchisees to bring a location to Tampa Bay. [Dat Dog]
  8. James S. Moody III was appointed in January as a Hillsborough County Judge. He is the son of federal judge James S. Moody Jr. and the brother of Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody. [Photo courtesy of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Court] [Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Court]
  9. Michael Keetley is brought into the courtroom during his murder trial Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020 in Tampa. Keetley is the former ice cream truck driver who is accused of shooting a group of men in 2010. [DIRK SHADD  |  Times]
  10. The Oaks Estate, a mansion owned by Lazydays RV co-founder Donald Wallace and his wife Erika. The property is a French-Normandy country-style gated manor build on Lake Thonotosassa listed on the market with an asking price of $17.5 million. It includes a main house, 2-story guest house, garage for up to 20 cars, workshop, pool house, gatehouse, horse barn with grazing pasture, indoor and outdoor pools, 2-story boat house, go-cart track, bowling alley and jogging trail pictured on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020 in Thonotosassa.  [LUIS SANTANA  |  Times]
  11. Karen Hamilton (center) is pictured going over information with her students (L-R) Madison Bowers, 17, Ashley Boarders, 18, and Bobby Campamor, 15 after competition. Hamilton runs the 4H program at Riverview High School and for 18 years has run the Sassy Cows for Savvy Kids program, a program to help developmentally disabled students compete at the state fair. [LUIS SANTANA  |  Times]
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