1. Defendant Eric Holder and his attorney Aaron Jansen, right, listen during opening statements in Holder's murder trial. Holder has been found guilty in the murder of Nipsey Hussle.
  2. Former state Sen. Jack Latvala.
  3. Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Gem sits at the Port of Miami, awaiting a hoped-for return to service.
  4. British business-to-business marketing firm Clarify has picked Tampa to host its U.S. headquarters.
  5. Midtown West is the primary office tower at Midtown Tampa. The eight-story building will house a new 22,000-square-foot lease from PGIM, the global investment arm of Prudential Financial, starting in early 2023.
  6. Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves 10 Downing Street for PMQ's on Tuesday in London, England.
  7. The monkeypox rash usually starts with red spots and then evolves into fluid-filled and then pus-filled bumps that may look like blisters or pimples. The bumps then open into sores and scab over.
  8. Largo police responded on the Fourth of July to a neighborhood where at least 19 vehicle tires had been slashed.
  9. Florida tendrá su restricción de aborto más estricta en medio siglo. Para muchos es una situación confusa.
  10. Children visit with Hope at her home at the Ruth and J.O. Stone Dolphin Complex at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. This facility has opened an immersive exhibit called Dolphintopia that explores the science of dolphins and also their connection to humans throughout history.
  11. Arlene Mary Bonitz, 57, of Palm Harbor, pushed a client out of a moving car in North Carolina, a sheriff's office in that state reported.
  12. A recent survey from the Guttmacher Institute documented an 8% rise in the number of abortions performed in the U.S. from 2017 to 2020, reversing what had been a nearly three-decade decline in women opting to terminate their pregnancies. But the findings also reveal wide variation in abortion trends among the states.
  13. A Virgin Atlantic airplane is pictured at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, in New York. Virgin Atlantic is launching a year-round direct flight between Tampa International Airport and London’s Heathrow airport.
  14. Glassine pouches of confirmed fentanyl are displayed at the Drug Enforcement Administration Northeast Regional Laboratory on Oct. 8, 2019, in New York. Fentanyl is suspected in as many as nine fatal overdoses in a rural Florida county over the holiday weekend.
  15. Florida voters will decide Aug. 23 who sits on school boards across the state.
  16. Kelly Flynn sits in the waiting room of the Florida abortion clinic she owns, A Woman’s Choice of Jacksonville.
  17. Jack Sweeney displays @elonjet on his phone on June 23, 2022 in Clermont, Fla.
  18. Bus drivers for the Pasco County school system demonstrate April 29, 2022 at district headquarters, saying they are underpaid. Employee salaries, along with district finances and a proposed property tax referendum are among the issues in this year's races for School Board.
  19. Now that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, Gov. Ron DeSantis hasn't said what abortion legislation he wants Florida to pass. However, he issued a statement praising the court decision and promised that Florida “will work to expand pro-life protections,” without offering specifics.
  20. Marvin Andujar, computer science and engineering professor and director of the Neuro-Machine Interaction Lab at the University of South Florida, explains how student Tyree Lewis can use brain-computer interface technology to paint images with his brain. Lewis is assisting with the project.
  21. It's a quest. It's a quest for fun.
  22. Rein Verbeek, 55, of Dover, has been a beekeeper since 2014.
  23. The death of a man whose decomposing body was found in a parked vehicle in Tampa Tuesday is being investigated as a possible homicide, according to police.
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