1. Hurricane Michael damaged several homes on Dog Island in Franklin County in 2018 and left a path of destruction spanning hundreds of miles along the Forgotten Coast.
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  3. Medical workers at Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater work to stabilize a COVID-19 patient on Aug. 25. For 105 days this summer, the public could no longer find out how many people were dying of COVID in each Florida county.
  4. Local boosters downplayed the hurricane of 1921 as people who lived along Tampa's Bayshore Boulevard experienced the worst of it. The storm wiped out the Bayshore seawall and destroyed the homes of some of the city's wealthiest residents.
  5. Cardno Archaeologist KC Allen uses a trowel as she explores a possible grave shaft at Zion Cemetery in Tampa Thursday, June 25, 2020.
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  7. Tim Wronka (right) and Matt Infante (left), from Spectrum Bay News 9, shoot footage of Royal Caribbean's Serenade of the Seas at Port Tampa Bay Saturday, October 16, 2021. Port Tampa Bay and Royal Caribbean International celebrated the first cruise vessel departure from Tampa Bay since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a no-sail order about 18 months ago.
  8. Marketing director Darío Rodríguez, left, holds a tub of Salt Water Taffy while Florida Candy Factory owner Diego Ramírez holds a tub of Angel Mint candies at the company’s packaging area on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021, in Clearwater.
  9. Comedian Dave Chappelle, shown Jan. 30, 2020, in North Charleston, South Carolina, has faced criticism over anti-trans comments in his new Netflix special.
  10. The Disney Cruise Line ship Fantasy sits stationary March 24 off Cocoa Beach.
  11. Sonny, right, and Cher sing during a taping of "The Danny Thomas Special" in 1966 in Los Angeles. Cher has sued Mary Bono, the widow of her former musical partner and ex-husband Sonny Bono, over royalties for Sonny and Cher songs, including “I Got You Babe” and “The Beat Goes On."
  12. The opening day of Biketoberfest on Friday on Main Street in Daytona Beach is a sea of bikes and humanity.
  13. Traffic approaches Maine Turnpike toll booths in Gardiner, Maine, in 2011. A Maine law banning obscene license plates goes into effect Monday, but getting the foul language off the roads and highways will not happen overnight.
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  15. A group of venomous Northern Pacific rattlesnakes, shown Oct. 2, were extracted from under a home in Santa Rosa, Calif. Al Wolf is used to clearing one or two snakes from under houses but recently was called by a woman who said she had seen rattlesnakes scurry under her Northern California house and was surprised to find more than 90 rattlesnakes getting ready to hibernate. (Sonoma County Reptile Rescue via AP)
  16. Rescue workers search for survivors and remains in the rubble July 5 after the remaining portion of the 12-story oceanfront Champlain Towers South Condo was brought down the previous evening with a controlled demolition in Surfside. The building partially collapsed around 2 a.m. on June 24. (CHRIS DAY | South Florida Sun-Sentinel)
  17. Jacksonville Jaguars coach Urban Meyer listens to a question during a practice and media availability Friday in Chandlers Cross, England.
  18. The meat and seafood counter at Hitchcock's Green Market at 6765 22nd Ave N, on July 30, 2020, in St. Petersburg.
  19. A Regeneron Clinic worker looks out the doorway of one of the buildings providing the monoclonal antibody treatment in August at Camping World Stadium in Orlando.
  20. A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket carrying the LUCY spacecraft lifts off from Launch Complex 41 at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on Saturday in Cape Canaveral.
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  23. In this June 6 file photo, a youth receives a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in the central Israeli city of Rishon LeZion. In the next three weeks, U.S. officials plan to discuss making smaller-dose versions available to the nation's 28 million children between the ages of 5 and 11.