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  1. Terrisa Bukovinac, founder of Pro-Life San Francisco, holds a model of a fetus as she and other anti-abortion protesters wait outside the Supreme Court for a decision, Monday, June 29, 2020. The Supreme Court has struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics, reasserting a commitment to abortion rights over fierce opposition from dissenting conservative justices in the first big abortion case of the Trump era.
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  3. Charles Fowler and Doris Floyd visit the grave of their biological son Dominique Mulkey, 26, who was shot to death Oct. 20 by two Tampa police officers. The names of the officers have not been made public. A recent Florida appeals court in an unrelated case said they don't have to be under provisions of Marsy's Law, a voter-approved amendment to the Florida Constitution.
  4. Neighbors who live near Gopher Resource, Florida's only lead smelter, showed up for a community meeting at Kenly Park on Wednesday to hear from local leaders. Health officials say they will offer lead testing for local residents. Wednesday, April 21, 2021 in Tampa.
  5. Kyle Bradshaw, 21, faces a charge of first-degree murder, according to Tampa police.
  6. Michelle Ingram, 52, distributes face masks in June 2020 in Lutz. Hillsborough County commissioners heard Wednesday that relaxed mitigation efforts, including facial coverings, and variants of the coronavirus have led to a recent increase on COVID-19 cases in Hillsborough.
  7. Jeff Stewart hosting WMNF's Morning Show Wednesday. Hosts wear gloves and masks (when they aren't on the air) as coronavirus precautions.
  8. Gov. Ron DeSantis shows off his signed "anti-riot" bill at a news conference at the Polk County Sheriff's Office in Winter Haven on Monday. At least five Florida sheriffs stood behind DeSantis during the event, but the governor's office did not invite the sheriff from the county next door, Hillsborough's Chad Chronister.
  9. Sandra Ceballos poses for a photograph in front of a home she has listed for sale and is currently under contract April 8 in Tarpon Springs. Ceballos company, Silver Roots, works with senior citizens in downsizing, and moving.
  10. People walk along food booths at the Florida State Fair in 2020. The fair returns for a 12-day run April 22-May 2.
  11. Tampa General Hospital is pictured on Thursday, July 16, 2020.
  12. Rev. J. C Pritchett , president of the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance speaks to a small gathering Tuesday, April 20, 2021 in St. Petersburg, about the Derek Chauvin trial verdict in front of the Lynching Memorial.
  13. CareerSource Tampa Bay in Tampa has notified the state that it will lay off 51 employees as a result of outsourcing part of its operations. The employees will continue to work for the company that will now be handling the program.
  14. An aerial view of the Gopher Resource on Tuesday, April 6, 2021 in Tampa.
  15. The Florida House has passed a bill that would block transgender children from playing on sports teams that align with their gender.
  16. Rapper and YouTube creator Lionel Barnes, better known as Lionel B, poses for a portrait in his home studio on Thursday, April 8, 2021 in Tampa.
  17. Ben and Jerry's is planning to open a "scoop shop" at Midtown Tampa.
  18. Chris Selmon, youngest son of late Tampa Bay Buccaneer legend Lee Roy Selmon, walks with his mother Claybra Selmon along the new Selmon Expressway West extension during its grand opening Monday.
  19. Hills borough Commissioner Kimberly Overman wants the county to preserve the 769 acres for which the University of South Florida is seeking development proposals. (Photo courtesy of Jeannie Mounger).
  20. This pickle pizza is one of the new offerings at the Florida State Fair this year.
  21. Starting May 28, the new acrobatic show "Cirque Electric" will be open at Busch Gardens with modified operations in the park’s theaters.
  22. A concrete grinding machine is used to finish the roadway surface on the westbound lanes of the Selmon Extension, a 1.9-mile toll lane located in the median of Gandy Boulevard, where construction continues on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021, in Tampa. The extension will allow a choice for local residents and regional travelers: use Gandy Boulevard for local destinations or use the Selmon Extension for a direct connection to the Selmon Expressway or the Gandy Bridge.
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