The SpaceX Falcon 9, with the Crew Dragon spacecraft on top of the rocket, sits on Launch Pad 39-A on Monday at Kennedy Space Center. Weather threatens to delay Wednesday's launch. [DAVID J. PHILLIP  |  AP]
Two NASA astronauts are set to blast off in SpaceX’s Dragon capsule on Wednesday — but only if Florida’s weather cooperates.
1 hour ago• Nation & World
On a gray day in the time of coronavirus, an already solemn holiday seemed muted across Tampa Bay.
Yesterday• Health
Hillsborough County is approaching 2,000 cases.
Yesterday• Health
Three-judge panel dismisses claims by former St. Petersburg Housing Authority board members that they were denied due process.
Yesterday• St. Petersburg
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Last updated 5:04 p.m. May 25 EDT. The Florida total includes in-state residents and non-residents who tested positive while visiting the state. Source: Johns Hopkins and Florida Department of Health

Lunch customers dine outside of Parkshore Grill in St. Petersburg on May 4. [SCOTT KEELER  |  Times]
It could help slow the spread of misinformation about the coronavirus.
Yesterday• Health
Students with special needs have taken a variety of unexpected journeys during the coronavirus pandemic as they finish the school year remotely.
Yesterday• Gradebook
The Blue Wahoos are waiting to hear more on the 2020 schedule before opening dates between July and October.
Yesterday• Florida
The evictions have been filed in Florida courts but even attorneys are unsure how to navigate a confusing and legally untested patchwork of local, state and federal protections for renters during the...
May 23• Health
A bicylist rides along one of the nature trails that circle the 269-acre lake at Lake Rogers Park, which reopens to the public on May 26. [PEASE, MIKE  |  Times (2000)]
ZooTampa opens, and so do some more local trails and parks.
Yesterday• Kids & Family
Former felon Yolanda Wilcox, left, fills out a voter registration form as her best friend Gale Buswell looks on at the Supervisor of Elections office, in Orlando, Fla. Former felons in Florida began registering for elections when an amendment that restores their voting rights went into effect. [JOHN RAOUX  |  AP]
The 125-page ruling covered a lot of ground and made national headlines, for several reasons. Here’s what you need to know.
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