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  1. Florida State and the ACC continue their lawsuits against each other.
  2. An image taken from video released by Intuitive Machines shows its control room personnel celebrating after hearing that its private spacecraft, named Odysseus, landed on the moon Thursday. The lander reached the moon Wednesday, six days after rocketing from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and touched down on Thursday.
  3. Cars and debris from washed-away homes line a canal in Fort Myers Beach on Oct. 5, 2022, one week after the passage of Hurricane Ian. A firm hired to remove migrants from Florida is accused of generating huge legal fees by filing inflated damage claims for hurricane victims in Florida, Louisiana and Texas.
  4. Then-President Donald Trump, right, and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis hold a COVID-19 and storm preparedness roundtable in Belleair, Florida, July 31, 2020.  DeSantis heavily criticized Trump in a candid private call with supporters despite having endorsed him, according to audio obtained by the New York Post and NBC News, leading the Trump camp to blast him for “cheap shots from afar.”
  5. Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives Paul Renner, right, and President of the Florida Senate Kathleen Passidomo are pictured in 2023.
  6. A man uses a cell phone in New Orleans in 2019. A number of Americans including some in the Tampa Bay area were dealing Thursday with cellular outages on AT&T, Cricket Wireless, Verizon, T-Mobile and other service providers, according to data from Downdetector.
  7. A man organizes a pile of shovels and beach toys on Lauderdale-by-the-Sea beach on Wednesday. A  young girl died Tuesday after she and her brother were digging a hole in the sand on the beach at Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and it collapsed on them, burying them both, a city official said.
  8. Media consultant Tim Burke, 45, stands in his digital media studio at the Seminole Heights home which he shares with his wife, Tampa City Council member Lynn Hurtak, on Tuesday, July 18, 2023, in Tampa where agents with FBI conducted a search and seizure of personal electronics and notebooks in early May.
  9. Media figure Tim Burke, at center, his wife, Tampa City Council member Lynn Hurtak and attorney Michael Maddux exit the federal court in Tampa on Thursday after Burke was charged with 14 counts related to conspiracy and accessing and disseminating unauthorized electronic files.
  10. The Tampa Housing Authority broke ground Thursday on two towers that will add 188 affordable units to the West River project.
  11. St. Pete Beach Mayor Adrian Petrila, shown at a City Commission meeting in December, suggested after 2 a.m. Thursday that a final vote on a controversial beachfront resort redevelopment be postponed to next Tuesday.
  12. Florida legislators want to change the law to say that motorists can't be in the left lane of highways unless they’re passing another vehicle.
  13. The Ripley's Believe It or Not! museum at 8201 International Drive in Orlando is part of Ripley Entertainment. The company responded with a tongue-in-cheek offer when three of its books were removed from public schools in Escambia County.
  14. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released graphics showing sea surface temperature anomalies across the globe. Experts say temperatures are record-hot, even off the heels of an already unprecedented summer of ocean heat.
  15. Flowers are shown on Wednesday near where a young girl died Tuesday after she and her brother were digging a hole in the sand on the beach at Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and it collapsed on them, burying them both.
  16. In its Feb. 9 bankruptcy filing, the The Center for Special Needs Trust Administration states that the group’s founder, Leo Govoni, took money from more than 1,500 trust funds through an unsanctioned loan to the Boston Finance Group, a company he owned.
  17. Randy McKinney, of Clearwater, holds "I Voted" stickers moments after casting his ballot at the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections Office during early voting on Monday, Oct. 19, 2020, in Clearwater. For the 2024 Clearwater election, mail ballots have been sent and early voting runs from March 9 to March 17.
  18. Beachgoers enjoy alcoholic drinks near Caddy's on the Beach on Treasure Island in 2019. It's legal to drink on Treasure Island, but with a set of rules including no kegs and no glass bottles.
  19. Florida lawmakers are debating a bill that would give schools districts and charter schools an option to use volunteer chaplains to provide counseling and other services to students.
  20. Family and friends of players watch a soccer match from the sidelines at the Tournament Sportsplex Of Tampa Bay on Feb. 16.
  21. Hillsborough Sheriff's deputy Charity Arthur (left) receives a commendation from former County Commissioner Kevin Beckner in 2016. She was recognized for her work as a school resource officer.
  22. Two adults were hurt and two dogs were killed in a house fire in Dover on Wednesday afternoon, according to Hillsborough Fire Rescue.
  23. Jeffrey Epstein appears in court in West Palm Beach on July 30, 2008. Gov. Ron DeSantis plans to sign legislation that aims to reveal the evidence and testimony presented almost two decades ago to the South Florida grand jury that charged Epstein with just one felony count of soliciting a prostitute.
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