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Natalie Weber - Breaking News Reporter — Health

Breaking News Reporter — Health

I graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a major in English and minors in journalism and computing. My hometown of Grand Junction, Colo., is situated in a valley known for its peaches and hiking trails. The area also is famous for an annual festival celebrating a chicken that survived for 18 months without a head. When I’m not puzzling over the perfect lede for my story, you can find me experimenting with a new recipe or with my nose in a book.

  1. A total of 1,039,207 people have been infected in Florida since March, while 19,236 people have died, according to the Florida Department of Health.
  2. Excluding reports that contained two days’ worth of data, the state last exceeded 100 COVID-19 deaths in a 24 hour period on Oct. 21.
  3. Florida added 9,994 coronavirus cases and 96 deaths Wednesday.
  4. Sitio de puebas de COVID_19 en Pinellas.
  5. The state recorded 8,847 additional cases and 82 deaths Tuesday, according to the Florida Department of Health.
  6. El espacio cubierto de nieve llamado Arctic Igloo, que tiene una pequeña colina de conejos para niños y un lugar para hacer ángeles de nieve o un muñeco de nieve, finalmente abrió durante la gran inauguración del parque el viernes 20 de noviembre de 2020 en el parque de nieve alpino Snowcat Ridge.
  7. Cameron Simmons, left, and his 9-year-old twin daughters, Jillian and Jasmine, exit the 60-foot-tall, 400-foot-long snow-covered tubing hill at Snowcat Ridge Alpine Snow Park in Dade City on Nov. 20.
  8. Jazmin Espada, left, and Amanda Grau, right, married at Grau's mother's home during the pandemic, in a small wedding officiated by Nan Klater.
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  10. The scene at the baggage claim area at Tampa International Airport on Tuesday. With the holidays approaching numbers are down from last year but still much busier than we have since March.
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  12. Artis Stevens, left, will be Big Brothers Big Sisters of America's first Black president and CEO after succeeding former Tampa mayor Pam Iorio, right, who led the organization for about seven years.
  13. Crowds cheer floats passing down Bayshore Buevard during the 103nd Gasparilla Invasion and Parade of Pirates on Jan. 25.
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  17. Cameron Simmons, left, and his twin daughters, Jillian Simmons, 9, and Jasmine Simmons, 9, exit the 60-foot snow-covered tubing hill at Snowcat Ridge alpine snow park in Dade City on Friday,
  18. Members of Yuengling and its partners breaks ground for the expansion of its Tampa campus, which will include a 15-story hotel, a restaurant and a concert center, among other new facilities.
  19. Todd Lynas, produce manager, left, and Marc Sheppard, store manager, work in the rain to install aluminum hurricane shutters on the front windows at Winn-Dixie, 3327 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. N in St. Petersburg.
  20. Michael Lamb, President of RCP America Chemical Manufacturing and Distribution Center, pictured at the filing machine where 1,400 gallons per hour are filled of the cleaner that he created, Prime-Time Plus disinfectant/sanitizer, at RCP America Chemical Manufacturing and Distribution Center, on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020 in Tampa. Lamb needed a way to save his more than 30-year-old company and the jobs of his 250 employees as the pandemic took its toll on businesses across the country. He created a disinfectant and a protectant, reinventing old formulas and they've applied to have them certified by the EPA which has a list of products thought to kill covid.
  21. Democratic incumbent Susan Valdes took a solid lead in the race for Florida House District 62 on Tuesday night.
  22. Linda Chaney is the Republican candidate for Florida House District 69.
  23. State Rep. Chris Latvala took the lead in the race for a fourth and final term in the Florida House District 67 seat.