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  1. A look at Grand Central at Kennedy, 1120 E Kennedy Blvd, on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021 in Tampa.
  2. The Cove on The Bay apartment complex in South Tampa sold for $132.8 million on June 21, 2022.
  3. Steve Barber, a Kolter Urban development executive, places his hands in a large crack on a wall inside 520 N Tampa St. in Tampa.
  4. Crews are battling a two-alarm fire at an apartment complex in Tampa’s Bayshore district Tuesday afternoon, according to Tampa Fire Rescue. South Carolina Avenue currently is closed, the agency said in a tweet. Motorists are advised to avoid the area.
  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. Steve Yerrid, left, answers questions during a news conference at his Tampa office on Tuesday about a lawsuit filed by his client Danyelle Madsen, the widow of Tampa police Master Patrol Officer Jesse Madsen. The lawsuit claims the Florida Department of Transportation and one of its contractors, Transcore ITS LLC, failed to ensure a  wrong-way driver detection system at Interstate 275's Busch Boulevard exit worked properly on March 9, 2021, leading to the death of Jesse Madsen in wrong way crash.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. A pedestrian was killed after being hit by at least one driver, and possibly two, in Temple Terrace on Monday morning, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office said.
  10. 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.
  11. In this image from a University of Florida video, Ron Sachs discusses events that led him to challenge the state's abortion law in 1971 when he was editor of the Alligator student newspaper. Pictured at left is the list of abortion clinics and counseling centers that the Alligator published in what was said to be a violation of state law at the time.
  12. Tery Sanchez had worked in local government since shortly after she moved to the U.S. from Cuba in the 1960s. "It was not only that she was a dedicated worker," said Tampa City Council member Charlie Miranda. "She just had a spirit of public service and just a big and warm heart."
  13. 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.
  14. Chrisley Carpio, 30, of Tampa, left, and Victoria Hinckley, 20, of Tampa, speak to protesters Saturday afternoon during an abortion rights near the corner of E Fowler Avenue and N 56th Street in Temple Terrace.
  15. An image from the Tampa Police Department Twitter account of the buyback event at West Tampa Community Center, one of two locations in the city where participants could receive $100 for handing in a gun. [Tampa Police Department]
  16. One candidate in the race is leaning on online infuencers, such as “DC Drain," whose real name, Rogan O’Handley, seen here speaking at a rally in St. Petersburg last year.
  17. Abortion-rights marchers hold signs during a rally Friday in St. Petersburg.
  18. Taron Criner, 39, is facing a second-degree murder charge in the death of an elderly Black man who was found with serious injuries in front of a 7-Eleven in Tampa early Friday. The man later died at an area hospital, according to the Tampa Police Department.
  19. 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.
  20. Jody is a 33 year old black rhinoceros who has been a longtime fixture at Busch Gardens in Tampa. There are just over 5,000 black rhinoceroses left in the world. They are classified as a critically endangered species, which means they’re at “extremely high risk” of going extinct. In this photo she is being fed a papaya, one of her favorite fruits.
  21. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis holds up a 15-week abortion ban law after signing it, Thursday, April 14, 2022, in Kissimmee.
  22. Tampa consulting company MGT Consulting, led by former state Rep. Trey Traviesa, is acquiring an Atlanta information technology solutions and cybersecurity company Layer 3 Communications.
  23. The Hillsborough Count Pet Resource Center is experiencing "unprecedented crowding," particularly among kittens, the county said in a news release. The center is holding a free adoption day Saturday to try to reduce the population of more than 300 cats and nearly 300 dogs.
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