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  1. A South Florida couple applied for an SBA loan claiming to be farmers. Now they're facing fraud charges in court.
  2. The Republican National Committee is defending its right to use former President Donald Trump’s name in fundraising appeals after he demanded they put an end to the practice.
  3. An aquarium at Tampa Bay Watch's new Discovery Center on the St. Pete Pier, features common fish found among the roots of mangroves, on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020 in St. Petersburg. Zebra mussles have been found in fresh water waterways around the U.S., and now even in pet stores - including in Florida.
  4. Deloitte principal John Hugill told state senators on Monday that the company was not responsible for last year's failures of the unemployment system, which the company built in 2013.
  5. The Disney cruise ship Fantasy pictured at Port Canaveral, Fla., on March 7, 2012. Disney Cruise Line is facing four federal lawsuits from tourists who say they contracted the coronavirus while on board last March.
  6. A 44-year-old man died Monday morning after a car crash in Indian Rock Beach.
  7. Security forces take part in a military drill to mark the eighth death anniversary of President Hugo Chavez in Caracas, Venezuela, late Friday.
  8. This image shows part of a Wednesday, Feb. 24 Instagram post by Jeff Klein of Austin, Texas, holding his COVID-19 vaccination card. The 44-year-old musician notes he was given a shot as a volunteer at a mass vaccination hub at the Alamodome in San Antonio.
  9. FILE - In this Dec. 13, 2019, file photo, thousands of snow geese take flight over a farm field at their winter grounds, in the Skagit Valley near Conway, Wash. The Biden administration on Monday, March 8, 2021, reversed a policy imposed under former President Donald Trump that drastically weakened the government's power to enforce a century-old law that protects most U.S. bird species. Trump ended criminal prosecutions against companies responsible for bird deaths that could have been prevented. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)
  10. Gov. Ron DeSantis delivers his State of the State address in the House chamber at the Capitol in Tallahassee during Opening Day of the Florida Legislature on Tuesday, March 2, 2021.
  11. Florida added more than 3,000 coronavirus cases Monday.
  12. Demonstrators gather outside the Hennepin County Government Center on Monday in Minneapolis where the trial for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin began with jury selection. Chauvin is charged with murder in the death of George Floyd during an arrest last May.
  13. Radio star Pete “Kane” Deibler has died at age 43. He was best known for working at HOT 99.5 in Washington, D.C. as host of “The Kane Show” morning program that was nationally syndicated on iHeartRadio. 
He moved to Tampa in 1998 to join 93.3 WFLZ, and hosted “The Extreme Show,” which aired in multiple markets across the country.
  14. Gov. Ron DeSantis waves at lawmakers and guests in the House chamber at the Capitol in Tallahassee following his State of the State address during Opening Day of the Florida Legislature on Tuesday, March 2, 2021.
  15. Phillip Jenison, 75, was arrested in Dixie after failing to register as a sex offender
  16. This rendering shows a view of a proposed Tropicana Field site in St. Petersburg, as envisioned by a team of developers led by JMA Ventures and Sugar Hill Community Partners.
  17. Police arrest newspaper reporter Andrea Sahouri after a Black Lives Matter protest she was covering on May 31 in Des Moines, Iowa.
  18. Tampa City Attorney Gina Grimes said Monday that the city's suspension of alcohol sales by bars and nightclubs found to have violated coronavirus orders has been effective in encouraging compliance.
  19. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, right, leave Saturday after Biden spoke in the State Dining Room of the White House.
  20. Robert Burck, who performs as the Naked Cowboy, poses for photographs in Times Square last year. He was arrested at Daytona Beach Bike Week.
  21. Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., heads to the chamber Friday as the Senate holds a voting marathon on the Democrats' $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill. Blunt was widely expected to seek a third term in 2022, but announced Monday he won't.
  22. Burned sugar cane is harvested in Clewiston in April of 2015.
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