1. A pedestrian was killed after he was struck while standing on Park Street North in Pinellas County early Wednesday morning, the Florida Highway Patrol reports.
  2. Florida House of Representatives members Kim Berfield, (R), Clearwater, and Gustavo A. Barreiro, (R), Miami Beach, confer on the first day of the 2006 Legislative session in Tallahassee. file photo. Times (2006)
  3. Swoop, a low-cost Canadian air carrier, will launch service at St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport in November.
  4. The exterior of the Charles B. Anderson House is seen Tuesday, June 15, 2021 in Holiday. The county library is proposing to raze the home and build a park and recreation trail on the property. The home was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.
  5. Beware of scammers hoping to commit Medicare fraud.
  6. Hundreds of guests watch the "Happily Ever After" fireworks show in front of Cinderella Castle on July 30, 2018 at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. As part of its coronavirus limitations, the fireworks shows were ended when the park reopened last summer to prevent large crowds from gathering.
  7. The OnMed station at the Las Vegas Convention Center virtually connects patients with 38 medical professionals stationed in Tampa to treat colds, fevers, and more.
  8. Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and U.S President Joe Biden shake hands during their meeting at the 'Villa la Grange' in Geneva, Switzerland in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday.
  9. Jeffrey Phillips, Corporal with the Newport News Sheriffs office, holds the Juneteenth Flag during a ceremony held at Newport News City Hall in Newport News, Va., on Monday, June 14, 2021.
  10. Florida Highway Patrol troopers released this photo of the car they suspect hit and killed a woman on a scooter in Wesley Chapel Tuesday evening. The suspected driver was later arrested.
  11. Young guests enjoy seeing Winnie the Pooh, and Tigger too, at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World after Disney eased face mask requirements. Guests are now allowed to go maskless in the parks, though Disney transportation at the resort all still require masks.
  12. A southbound view of Southwest 157th Avenue running next to the Bird Basin Park, the planned route of the State Road 836 extension, whose proposed name is the Kendall Parkway. An administrative judge ruled against the project on March 30, 2020. PEDRO PORTAL PPORTAL@MIAMIHERALD.COM
  13. Students find the doors locked at the ITT Technical Institute campus in Rancho Cordova, Calif. The U.S. Education Department says it's erasing student debt for thousands of borrowers who attended the for-profit college chain.
  14. Audience members joined Ben Frazier, the founder of the Northside Coalition of Jacksonville, in chanting "Allow teachers to teach the truth" during public comments June 10 on the state's plans to ban the teaching of critical race theory in state public schools.
  15. Pamela Aubrey, 66, and her teenager, Leslie Aubrey, 17, of Venice, attend their first Tampa Pride 2021 Street Festival in Ybor City on May 22.
  16. Marcile Powers, 35, who runs Kenwood Organic Produce, and her son Mercury McAlavy, 3, are pictured together at the 15th Street Farm, where she buys produce for her business Tuesday, June 8, 2021. Powers is running for mayor of St. Petersburg.
  17. Paulina Gervasi runs the popular pop-up Le Clementine Bakeshop and will be selling her fresh-baked croissants at Pete’s Bagels when they open next month in St. Petersburg's Grand Central District.
  18. SailFuture Academy is expanding its enrollment to serve more high school students who have struggled in a traditional setting. It will be located in the old Norwood School on 27th Avenue N in St. Petersburg.
  19. A photo illustration showing a gun tied to four shootings in Albany, New York, an investigative document and surveillance video of one shooting.
  20. Dana Anthony works at her desk at The Daily Tar Heel newspaper in Chapel Hill, N.C., Tuesday, April 13, 2021. Anthony was rejected after two speparate HireVue interviews for other jobs recently. The pandemic has heightened demand for online services that interview job applicants remotely and use artificial intelligence to assess their skills. But the technology also raises questions about whether computers can accurately judge a person's character traits and emotional cues.
  21. Southwest Airlines grounded flights across the country Tuesday amid reports of a nationwide computer issues. Some flights at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport were affected, but as of Tuesday afternoon, operations were back to normal, an ABIA spokesman said.
  22. Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., pauses for reporters after a meeting of the House Democratic Caucus,  Tuesday, June 15, 2021, at the Capitol in Washington.  Dingell, who has sponsored several PFAS-related bills in the House, said she has looked for PFAS in her own makeup and lipstick, but could not see if they were present because the products were not properly labeled.
  23. Florida's Cabinet: From left, Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried, Gov. Ron DeSantis, Attorney General Ashley Moody, Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis.