1. The Clearwater Police department is investigating a Pinellas County Sheriff's Office shooting that has left one person injured. The shooting occurred in the Philippe Parkway and Enterprise Road East area of Safety Harbor Thursday afternoon.
  2. David Vasquez Malave is escorted into a Tampa courtroom Tuesday during his trial. He was found guilty of murder Thursday in the July 2020 death of 2-year-old Kaydan Guerrero.
  3. The projected path of a weather disturbance in the Caribbean.
  4. Logan Jackson, 23, of St. Petersburg, and Andrea Waters, 23, of Riverview, pose at the Banyan Courtyard at Stetson University College of Law on Friday, June 10, 2022 in Gulfport. "To see a Black woman on the highest court in the land is just so amazing and inspiring," Waters said.
  5. State University System Chancellor Marshall Criser announced he is stepping down.
  6. A screenshot of the sign-in screen for the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity's Reemployment Assistance Program is seen.
  7. A cheeseburger at California chain Fatburger, which is coming to the Tampa area.
  8. Protesters chant during an abortion rights rally on Saturday, June 25, 2022, at the corner of East Fowler Avenue and North 56th Street in Temple Terrace.
  9. The SunRunner rapid transit line, opening in September, is expected to increase Pinellas-Suncoast Transit Authority ridership by establishing a route between downtown St. Petersburg and the beaches.
  10. Pinellas School Board chairperson Eileen Long wants answers to why four Tarpon Springs High School assistant principals quit their jobs over the past year.
  11. The Whole Foods store at the Countryside Mall in Clearwater was closed Thursday morning after a fire in the vent system filled the store with smoke, Clearwater Fire & Rescue reported.
  12. In this image from video provided by the Supreme Court, Chief Justice of the United States John Roberts administers the Constitutional Oath to Ketanji Brown Jackson as her husband Patrick Jackson holds the Bible at the Supreme Court in Washington on Thursday.
  13. Nina Johnson, of St. Petersburg, left, talks paddle boards and paddles with Melissa Damel, of Largo, right, on Wednesday, May 20, 2020, on the sales floor at Bill Jackson's Shop for Adventure in Pinellas Park.
  14. Tampa Electric’s Big Bend Power Station in Apollo Beach has burned both coal and natural gas to create electricity in Tampa Bay. Both processes release greenhouse gasses that cause global warming.
  15. Ardene opened at the Westfield Brandon mall in 2022.
  16. Kay Elizabeth Baker, 43, was an elementary school math teacher. A neighbor found her dead in his yard with multiple stab wounds on May 28. Her boyfriend, Matthew Terry, has been charged with first-degree murder.
  17. Hundreds of apartments and single-family homes will sprout at Rattlesnake Point adjacent to a chlorine plant that has worried activists and some Tampa City Council members about the potentially dangerous consequences of an industrial accident.
  18. Rioters stand outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington, on Jan. 6, 2021. A new poll shows that about half of Americans say former President Donald Trump should be charged with a crime for his role in the attack that day.
  19. Nurse Jordan Dierksheide and Medical Assistant Cassandra Ross help administer a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to JoseMaria Mejia, 7, of Ruskin, during a vaccination event hosted by Enterprising Latinas at Wimauma Opportunity Center in Wimauma on Nov. 14, 2021. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention earlier this month recommended COVID-19 vaccines for kids under age 5, but some Florida parents are struggling to get young children vaccinated.
  20. Developers of the Julia, a proposed apartment tower, are now looking to increase the number of residencies. The project continues to be criticized as out of keeping with the next door Flori de Leon apartments.
  21. Students at Hillsborough High School participate in a statewide school walk-out in March to protest legislation to limit instruction on gender identity and sexual orientation. Battles over the measure, which takes effect Friday, continue across the state in courts, school board sessions and political campaigns.
  22. This small section of land at Woodlawn Cemetery was designated for Black burials more than a century ago. It was staked off in 1900 to separate it from white burials during that era of segregation.
  23. As a candidate for the District 1 seat on the Pasco County School Board, Al Hernandez is facing questions from opponents about his residency.
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