1. Trabajadores médicos trasladan a la nueva paciente con coronavirus para que sea tratada en el hospital Dr. Ernesto Che Guevara en Marica, Brasil, el jueves 21 de mayo de 2020.
  2. In this Jan. 24, 2018, file photo, Larry Nassar, a former doctor for USA Gymnastics and member of Michigan State's sports medicine staff, sits in court during his sentencing hearing in Lansing, Mich.  John Geddert, a former U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach, is being charged Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021, with crimes, including sexual assault, human trafficking and running a criminal enterprise is the latest fallout from the sexual abuse scandal involving Nassar.
  3. A black and white tegu lizard takes a drink of water in its quarters in 2013 after being confiscated from a home in Oldsmar.
  4. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of Calif., speaks about the Congress Equality Act on Thursday on Capitol Hill in Washington.
  5. Pasco eSchool assistant principal Erin Senior records her portion of her school's 2020 virtual graduation ceremony in advance of the event. This year's ceremonies will be in-person.
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  7. Juan Antonio Colon Lugo, 25, of Tampa was arrested early Thursday on a charge of manslaughter, records show.
  8. BayCare Health System, which operates a number of hospitals on the Suncoast, is expanding its behavioral health services over the next few years.
  9. The Tampa City Council discussed changes to the city's Citizen Review Board Thursday for several hours.
  10. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis looks on during a news conference in Hialeah on Tuesday. At another stop in Fort Pierce on Thursday, he said he plans to take the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine once his age group is eligible.
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  12. Florida's positivity rate was about 6.7 percent Thursday, according to Johns Hopkins University.
  13. This photo provided by Hasbro shows the new Potato Head world.  Mr. Potato Head is no longer a mister. Hasbro, the company that makes the potato-shaped plastic toy, is giving the spud a gender neutral new name: Potato Head. The change will appear on boxes this year.  (Hasbro via AP)
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  15. Acting U.S. Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman, paying respects here Feb. 2 to slain officer Brian Sicknick, denied that law enforcement failed to take seriously warnings of violence before the Jan. 6 insurrection.
  16. Lady Gaga sings the national anthem during President-elect Joe Biden's Jan. 20 inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington. Officials say Lady Gaga’s dog walker was shot and her two French bulldogs stolen in Hollywood during an armed robbery. Los Angeles police are seeking two suspects, thought it’s not known if both were armed, in connection with the Wednesday night shooting.
  17. Witness Kirk Morgan, at table left, testifies as the Committees on State Affairs and Energy Resources holds a joint public hearing Thursday in Austin, Texas, to consider the factors that led to statewide electrical blackouts. The hearings were the first in Texas since a blackout that was one of the worst in U.S. history, leaving more than 4 million customers without power and heat in subfreezing temperatures.
  18. Manatee County Commissioner Vanessa Baugh
  19. Florida's five Supreme Court justices listen to oral arguments Feb. 5 in a case challenging the validity of Hillsborough's transportation tax. From left: Alan Lawson, Ricky Polston, Chief Justice Charles Canady, Jorge Labarga and Carlos Muñiz.
  20. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan waves to supporters Thursday during a rally in his support in the center of Yerevan.
  21. Cars pick up gifts and drop of food donations Sunday at the Congregation B'nai Israel during preparations for Purim.
  22. Caribbean flamingos flock together in the Bird Gardens at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay on June 11, 2020, in Tampa.
  23. From left, Jessica Vaughn, Nadia Combs, Henry "Shake" Washington and Lynn Gray pose during an event before the Nov. 3 election. With all four now on the Hillsborough School Board, Vaughn and Combs have scheduled a special meeting in which the two of them will talk about pressing issues involving the school district. Washington will not attend, nor will Gray, who says there are more conventional ways to communicate.