1. An 11-month-old baby girl died after being left in a hot car for three hours while her parents were inside a church on Florida’s Space Coast for services, authorities said.
  2. Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri, left, and Pinellas Park police Chief Michael Haworth provide an update after an officer shot and killed a man while responding to a domestic dispute.
  3. Danny Masterson and his wife Bijou Phillips arrive for closing arguments in his second rape trial, Tuesday in Los Angeles. Masterson is charged with raping three women at his Los Angeles home between 2001 and 2003.
  4. A pair of American bald eagle chicks sit in their nest atop a cell tower on Tuesday at US Hwy 19 N near Drew Street in Clearwater. The tower is across the street from BayCare Ballpark.
  5. In this image taken from police body camera video provided by the Lowndes County, Ga., Sheriff's Office, a vehicle goes airborne after driving up the ramp of a flatbed tow truck on a Georgia highway.
  6. The Las Vegas Sands casino company was behind a Florida petition drive to expand gaming in the state.
  7. Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Craig Latimer said in a statement that private information belonging to 58,000 voters was exposed to a hacker or hackers in a cybersecurity breach.
  8. Roannil Lee Fentress II, left, and Vanzini Nikoli Hansell are pictured in booking photos. Hillsborough Sheriff Chad Chronister announced Wednesday that that both men were facing multiple charges including human trafficking in connection to unrelated cases in Hillsborough County.
  9. A protester waving a pride flag with the Florida State Seal joined hundreds of people from across the state in a rally and march, Monday, May 1, 2023, in Orlando.
  10. The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation will hold a hearing June 8 on a proposal by the state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp. that would lead to double-digit rate increases for homeowners.
  11. Employees at the Paradise Grille work to tie up umbrellas as a storm rolls in on Pass-a-Grille Beach on Wednesday.
  12. Robin Nicholson is the new executive director of The James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art in St. Petersburg. He starts on June 1, 2023.
  13. Republican presidential candidate and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks during a campaign event, Tuesday, May 30, 2023, in Clive, Iowa.
  14. Brick Street Farms runs a growing operation in St. Petersburg.
  15. Principal Brendan Butcher and pastor Robert Gibbons posted a 21-minute video on YouTube explaining to families that St. Paul Catholic School would be increasing its 2023-24 tuition by thousands of dollars more than initially announced, in order to take advantage of state funded vouchers.
  16. Members of 1199SEIU Florida, which represents more than 10,000 health care workers at 19 HCA hospitals across the state, voted overwhelmingly for the action.
  17. Always keep photocopies and records of all communication with Medicare, whether written or oral, concerning your denial.
  18. The quarter-mile-long rainbow flag being rolled up at the end of the Pride in Paradise Parade, with hundreds of people carrying the flag down the street in 2022.
  19. Check your fitness rings! It looks like you’ve been frozen in a state of overwhelm for the past 16 hours and are spiraling into an emotional pit of despair from which you will not emerge unless you make at least one meager attempt to move your body!
  20. Members of the crowd raise their hands and wave to show support after students make public comments during a contentious Hernando County School Board meeting on Tuesday in Brooksville. The meeting drew hundreds of people, including many from around the state.
  21. A digital illustration in bright Copic marker and pencil shows a cluster of realistically drawn Amanita muscaria mushrooms in different phases of growth, from the button stage to fully mature. These mushrooms have a distinct red cap covered in small, white nubs, which give it a spotted appearance. The gills and stem are a cream white color.
  22. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks during a fundraising picnic for U.S. Rep. Randy Feenstra, R-Iowa, May 13 in Sioux Center, Iowa.
  23. This Jan. 21, 2019, photo provided by the Miami Dade Department of Corrections shows Mark Allen Bartlett. Bartlett was sentenced to probation in South Florida Tuesday for pulling a gun and yelling racial slurs in a traffic confrontation with a group of Black teenagers protesting housing inequality on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2019.
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