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  1. 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.
  2. Addison Bethea, of Perry, was scalloping Thursday with her brother in Keaton Beach when a shark pulled her underwater, according to Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare.
  3. A Sotheby's New York employee demonstrates the size of a Gorgosaurus dinosaur skeleton, the first to be offered at auction, Tuesday in New York.
  4. Enrique Toledo, 53, was arrested on a first-degree murder charge.
  5. Protesters gather outside the Supreme Court in Washington, Friday, June 24, 2022. After the U.S. Supreme Court revoked the federal right to an abortion that's been in place for half a century, companies like Amazon, Disney, Apple and JP Morgan pledged to cover travel costs for employees who live in states where the procedure is now illegal so they can terminate pregnancies.
  6. People walk past the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, June 29, 2022 in New York.  Stocks are opening lower across the board on Wall Street, Tuesday, July 5,  and crude oil prices are dropping again. Treasury yields also fell as traders continued to worry about the state of the economy
  7. A police officer picks up a water-logged American flag, on Tuesday that was left behind after the mass shooting in Highland Park the previous day.
  8. Pediatrician Emy Jean-Marie, center, holds her 9-month-old son Adedeji Adebayo on her lap as Dr. Nizar Dowla, right, administers a vaccine while Department of Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary for Health, Admiral Rachel Levine, left, looks on June 28 at the Borinquen Health Care Center in Miami.
  9. Protesters attend a May 3 abortion rights rally organized by Florida Rep. Michele Rayner and the Pinellas Democratic Progressive Caucus on the steps of the St. Petersburg Judicial Courthouse. The U.S. Supreme Court has since struck down Roe v. Wade, and in Florida the focus has turned to the state's recently adopted 15-week abortion ban.
  10. A FishHawk Ranch home was destroyed on the Fourth of July and investigators believe fireworks are to blame, Hillsborough Fire Rescue officials said.
  11. Florida education commissioner Richard Corcoran speaks about his education philosophy during a May 5 speech at Hillsdale College in Michigan.
  12. Earlier today• Environment
    Litter is scattered in a small creek near a bridge just north of downtown Tampa. The city is about to embark on an anti-trash campaign called "Keep It Clean, Tampa."
  13. Dr. Doug Stein applies lidocaine before performing a vasectomy in his Tampa office. [Times (2009)]
  14. A Pasco County apartment fire Monday killed a child and an adult, Fire-Rescue officials reported.
  15. Traffic streams southbound over the Sunshine Skyway Bridge in July 2021, about a month after a contractor completed construction of fencing meant to deter suicides from the iconic span. In the 12 months since the barrier was completed, two people have jumped to their deaths, well below the average 12 to 15 people per year who died by jumping from the bridge before the fencing, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
  16. Sean Ferraro, right, sells a pizza to boaters near Three Rooker Island off the north Pinellas County coast on Saturday, June 25, 2022. Ferraro, the owner of Madison Avenue Pizza in Dunedin, doesn't take orders before launching his Pizza Skiff on weekends, instead approaching boaters when he's on the water.
  17. Former USF basketball star Tony Grier (standing) directed and produced a documentary about musician Bobby Brooks Wilson (sitting). The documentary is called "The Last Teardrop."
  18. Tampa's Bloomin' Brands, the parent of Outback Steakhouse, minted a number of non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, around its Bloomin' Onion. The company minted the NFTs on June 23, and they were gone within 20 minutes.
  19. The Cape Coral office of Children's Network of Southwest Florida. The nonprofit took over Hillsborough County's foster care system Friday. The contract is worth $90 million per year.
  20. A Lake County police officer walks down Central Avenue in Highland Park Ill., on Monday, July 4, 2022, after a shooter fired on the northern suburb's Fourth of July parade.
  21. Afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms are expected Monday. The chance of rain dips to 40% by the time most of the area's Fourth of July fireworks shows begin around 9 p.m.
  22. Smoke and steam rise out of the stacks at Tampa Electric Company's Big Bend Station in Apollo Beach in 2005. As part of a plan to modernize its facilites, TECO this month will start cleaning pipes at its facility as it prepares to open a new energy production unit that's not reliant on coal. The process will result in a 100-foot-tall plume of steam above its facility throughout July.
  23. John Harris, who is an auctioneer, shows boxing memorabilia once owned by late founder of the Florida Boxing Hall of Fame Butch Flansburg at Alessi Ringside Gym and Fitness in Tampa.
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