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  2. The Seminole Tribe of Florida, which owns the Guitar Hotel near Hollywood, was dealt another blow Friday in its efforts to control online sports betting in Florida.
  3. Police in Michigan circulated these photos of James and Jennifer Crumbley on Friday.
  4. Florida's weekly coronavirus numbers.
  5. Mori Hosseini, chairperson of the University of Florida board of trustees, strongly criticized faculty members on Friday, saying their actions during a recent controversy over academic freedom have been "disrespectful."
  6. Members of the Florida House of Representatives work during a legislative session April 30, 2021, at the Capitol in Tallahassee.
  7. Night falls at the Capitol in Washington on Thursday.  President Joe Biden signed into law Friday the stopgap spending bill that will keep the federal government running through Feb. 18. The White House thanked congressional leaders for their work — they had defused a partisan standoff after Senate Republicans tried to hold off swift passage over federal vaccine mandates. Earlier Friday, Biden said it was worth praising bipartisanship, but “funding the government isn’t a great achievement, it’s the bare minimum of what needs to get done.”
  8. An Orange Farm, South Africa, resident receives her jab against COVID-19 on Friday at the Orange Farm multipurpose center. South Africa has accelerated its vaccination campaign a week after the discovery of the omicron variant of the coronavirus.
  9. A woman receives a dose of a COVID-19 vaccine at a center, in Soweto, South Africa, on Nov. 29. The emergence of the new omicron variant and the world’s desperate and likely futile attempts to keep it at bay are reminders of what scientists have warned for months: The coronavirus will thrive as long as vast parts of the world lack vaccines.
  10. A logo adorns a wall on a branch of the Israeli NSO Group company, near the southern Israeli town of Sapir, Aug. 24, 2021. The phones of 11 U.S. State Department employees were hacked using technology from Israel’s NSO Group, the world’s most infamous hacker-for-hire company.
  11. They city of St. Petersburg unveiled its first completed SunRunner bus station at First Avenue N and Fifth Street on Friday. with art commissioned from artist Catherine Woods. Electric buses will carry passengers on a designated direct route between downtown and the beaches. Service is set to begin in July or August of 2022.
  12. The seven-day forecast from Spectrum Bay News 9.
  13. President Joe Biden listens to a reporter's question after delivering remarks on the November jobs report, in the State Dining Room of the White House, Friday in Washington.
  14. A traveller wheels her baggage past a now hiring sign outside a bar and restaurant Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021, in Sioux Falls, S.D.  America’s employers slowed the pace of their hiring in November, adding 210,000 jobs, the lowest monthly gain in nearly a year.   Friday, Dec. 3 report from the Labor Department also showed that the nation's unemployment rate tumbled from 4.6% to 4.2% evidence that many more people reported that they had a job.
  15. Tampa's ReliaQuest will relocate its headquarters to the new Thousand and One office building in Tampa in 2022.
  16. The city's former Fire Station No. 45 is in the foreground on Franklin Street with the Church of Scientology's Flag building to the west. The City Council on Thursday voted to advance an affordable housing project on the site.
  17. A mural is dedicated to Tom Petty on the 34th Street Graffiti Wall in Gainesville.
  18. A worker was killed Friday at the Cemex Brooksville Aggregates Quarry at 11430 Camp Mine Road in Brooksville.
  19. Allison Hornbeck, VPK teacher, on left, talks with Angelo Celormy, center, and Dennasia Parker, right, as they work through an exercise during a preschool class at the Lew Williams Center for Early Learning, 901 34th St. S, on Oct. 5 in St. Petersburg.
  20. The Rev. J.C. Pritchett sits on a green bench at St. Petersburg's Mangrove Bay Golf Course in January 2020. He is believed to be the first Black president of the Suncoast Tiger Bay Club after he was elected on Wednesday.
  21. A man wears a face mask as he fishes near docked oil drilling platforms earlier this year.
  22. Nicholas Mitchell was accused of putting razor blades in pizza dough at Hannaford supermarkets in Maine and New Hampshire.
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