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  1. A jury has found 20-year-old Jy’Quale Samari Grable of Tampa guilty of first-degree premeditated murder, conspiracy and robbery in connection to the shooting deaths of two men, federal prosecutors announced Monday.
  2. Florida Highway Patrol troopers do not yet know the reason why the woman jumped.
  3. Jerry Mills, 50, left, and Charity Barr, 42, right, share a kiss while waiting for a bus at the HART Transit Center in downtown Tampa on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. The union representing hundreds of Hillsborough County’s transportation agency employees is demanding the resignation of the CEO as allegations of mismanagement and a poor workplace environment boil.
  4. A Tampa police officer's body-worn camera captured the Aug. 18 arrest of Romona Oliver on charges of voter fraud for voting illegally in 2020. Oliver, 55, spent 18 years in prison on a second-degree murder charge, making her ineligible to vote.
  5. Judge Jamie Grosshans in Tallahassee as Gov. Ron DeSantis looks on.
  6. Tampa Mayor Jane Castor, a Democrat, told the Tampa Bay Times in January that she planned to a run for a second term.
  7. Local health departments will now provide free overdose reversal medication at select locations.
  8. The courts are filled as pickleball games get underway during the City of St. Pete Parks & Rec mixed doubles recreational league at Crescent Lake Park on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022 in St. Petersburg.
  9. In this Jun 19, 2009, photo, drivers and passengers wait for their turn to receive a citation for watching illegal drag racing on 4th Street North in St. Petersburg.
  10. Jim Waurishuk, chairman of the Hillsborough County Republican Party. [Times (2016)]
  11. Tampa police said Timothy McGovern admitted to shooting Nabil Sarah under the overpass at Hillsborough Avenue and Dale Mabry Highway on Nov. 6. Sarah, who was homeless, died on the sidewalk where he often slept. McGovern was arrested on a first degree murder charge.
  12. Federal prosecutors accused Muhammed Momtaz Al-Azhari of plotting an attack in support of ISIS. His attorneys have challenged the sufficiency of the evidence, and criticized the steps investigators took.
  13. An aerial view looking south on Interstate 275 towards Interstate 4 and downtown Tampa from just south of the Hillsborough Avenue exit in Tampa on Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021 in Tampa.
  14. Attendees of the Pasos al Futuro event listen to a presentation on Nov. 16 in Tampa. The presentation, which was held in Spanish, included information for Hispanic students and their parents on how to prepare for college.
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. Dustin McCann, 30, is pictured in a booking photo from DeSoto County. McCann was arrested Tuesday on multiple charges stemming from an incident a night earlier at the SoHo Saloon in South Tampa. Police said McCann used a racist slur toward a security guard and as he drove away fired multiple shots into the air while shouting "white power."
  18. District 2 Hillsborough County Commissioner Ken Hagan speaks during the Board of County Commissioners investiture ceremony at the Hillsborough County Center in Tampa on Tuesday, November 22, 2022.
  19. 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.
  20. Jose Marti is seen in this replica photograph and collectors stamp. He is in the middle, with the white shirt and mustache.
  21. Students from Hillsborough High's Science Buddies service club work with kids at Seminole Elementary to see how many pennies they can support with aluminum foil boats on Friday, Oct. 7, 2022.
  22. The announcement came a week after it was revealed the agency’s fourth-highest paid staffer was simultaneously working for a Louisiana public transit agency.
  23. 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.
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