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  2. In this June 6 file photo, a youth receives a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in the central Israeli city of Rishon LeZion. In the next three weeks, U.S. officials plan to discuss making smaller-dose versions available to the nation's 28 million children between the ages of 5 and 11.
  3. Stephanie Spurgeon is pictured before a hearing in 2019. She was set free on Friday after pleading guilty in the death of a 1-year-old girl at the Palm Harbor daycare she owned. She maintains her innocence.
  4. Florida's weekly coronavirus numbers.
  5. In this July 27, 2021, file photo, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., questions witnesses during the House select committee hearing on the Jan. 6 attack on Capitol Hill in Washington. Schiff, who rose to national prominence leading the first President Donald Trump impeachment and probing Russian election interference, sees nothing less that democracy at stake with the former president's his continued presence on the national political stage.
  6. Elijah Iziah Dera’us McCray, 20, is suspected in two random shootings, one fatal, in the Seminole area.
  7. FILE - In this March 5, 2021 file photo, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks to the media as he visited the drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination site at On Top of the World in Ocala, Fla.,  Repealing statewide mask mandates and criticizing the Biden administration’s unemployment-based formula for distributing billions in federal aid has put Republican governors and their approach to handling the coronavirus pandemic back in the spotlight. (Alan Youngblood/Ocala Star-Banner via AP)
  8. In this Jan. 27, 2021, file photo, former President Bill Clinton speaks during funeral services for Henry "Hank" Aaron, at Friendship Baptist Church in Atlanta.
  9. On Friday, Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot filed a complaint in court against the leader of the local Fraternal Order of the Police for saying that the city's more than 12,000 officers should ignore the order to report their vaccination status.
  10. In this March 3 file photo, a vial of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is displayed at South Shore University Hospital in Bay Shore, N.Y.  U.S. health advisers are meeting Friday to tackle who needs boosters of Johnson & Johnson's single-shot COVID-19 vaccine and when. Advisers to the Food and Drug Administration also will examine data suggesting that booster of a competing brand might provide better protection.
  11. A Southwest Airlines passenger lands at Tampa International Airport on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, in Tampa.
  12. A U.S. Capitol Police officer has been indicted on obstruction of justice charges after prosecutors say he helped to hide evidence of a rioter's involvement in the Jan. 6 insurrection.
  13. From left, Jack Norris, 7, his sisters Avery, 2, and Harper, 9, along with their father Lance, visit Kip's Toyland, located inside the Old Farmer's Market, on Sept. 22, 2021 in Los Angeles.
  14. Cruising returns to Port Tampa Bay this weekend after more than a year due to pandemic constraints. But just how safe is cruising during COVID-19?
  15. Florida K-12 Chancellor Jacob Oliva, shown speaking to the State Board of Education in 2019, says teachers' messaging that schools aren't safe is 'reckless.'
  16. Parkland school shooting defendant Nikolas Cruz shown at a hearing in Fort Lauderdale in 2019. A hearing was scheduled for Friday morning in the cases.
  17. Ron DeSantis speaks at a Monoclonal Antibody Treatment center at the Barnstorm Theater in The Villages on Wednesday, August 25, 2021.
  18. Thomas Martin Marnets, 52, of Longwood, was arrested Thursday night on a burglary charge.
  19. Elijah Iziah Dera’us McCray, 20, is suspected in two random shootings, one fatal, in the Seminole area.
  20. In a screenshot from a video posted to the Tampa Police Department's Facebook page in September 2019, then-Cpl. John Fitzgerald responds to his ceremonial final radio call before retiring. Fitzgerald this week dropped a discrimination lawsuit against the city alleging he was demoted and transferred after he objected to breaking department training protocol to help a Black probationary officer.
  21. St. Petersburg hopes to attract another Fortune 500 company with incentives that might include property tax exemptions.
  22. Rewards are offered in a human trafficking investigation through the Department of State’s Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program.
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