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  1. Army Maj. Gen. William Walker, Commanding General of the District of Columbia National Guard listens during a Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs and Senate Committee on Rules and Administration joint hearing Wednesday, March 3, 2021, examining the January 6, attack on the U.S. Capitol in Washington.
  2. The CVS Pharmacy chain is vaccinating Florida teachers under age 50, circumventing state orders that continue to limit coronavirus inoculations to those over that age.
  3. In this screen grab from video posted by SpaceX, the company's Starship launches for a test flight, Wednesday in a remote area of Texas.
  4. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis talks about the COVID-19 vaccines during a press conference at Murray Nelson Government Center in Key Largo, Florida, on Friday, Jan. 22, 2021.
  5. Hillsborough County School Board Chairwoman Lynn Gray, standing, addresses the rest of the board at a retreat Wednesday in Plant City.
  6. Anti-coup protesters with makeshift shields stand Wednesday watching in Yangon, Myanmar. Demonstrators in Myanmar took to the streets again on Wednesday to protest last month's seizure of power by the military. "Spring revolution" is written on their shields.
  7. Wearing a mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis looks on during a news conference, Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021.
  8. An aerial view of the University of South Florida campus in Tampa, where officials said Wednesday that the school plans a return to in-person classes and activities for the fall 2021 semester.
  9. An image taken from video from a news conference New York Gov. Andrew Cumoa held Wednesday.
  10. The Ain al-Asad air base in the western Anbar desert in Iraq is pictured in this file photo from December 2019. At least 10 rockets targeted the military base in western Iraq that hosts U.S.-led coalition troops on Wednesday, the coalition and the Iraqi military said. It was not immediately known if there were any casualties.
  11. The commander of the General District of Columbia National Guard, Maj. Gen. William J. Walker, testifies Wednesday before a Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs and Senate Committee on Rules and Administration joint hearing examining the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
  12. A couple driving home from a monthlong visit to Florida escaped serious injury when they swerved to avoid a couch that fell from a truck on Interstate 95. But then they got a ticket.
  13. Outdoor retailer REI Co-op will open its first Tampa store on March 5, 2021 in the Midtown Tampa development. Shown here is a rendering of the project from 2019.
  14. A Tampa police officer's body camera footage shows the officer aiming a gun at Jeremy D. Liwag just before opening fire at a Tampa apartment complex on Jan. 18. Police say Liwag raised a gun toward the unidentified officer, forcing him to open fire.
  15. U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor, D-Tampa, announced the COVID-19 relief bill approved by the House of Representatives includes $285 million for Hillsborough County and $80 million for the city of Tampa. Castor, shown on HGTV, made her comments to Hillsborough County commissioners Wednesday morning.
  16. Tampa police Officer Delvin White, seen here in an undated photo provided by the Tampa Police Benevolent Association, was fired Tuesday by police Chief Brian Dugan for using the n-word on two occasions. The union says it will fight the termination.
  17. In 2019, Hernando County residents urged the county to ban unattended tethering of dogs. The ban eventually passed. This is Honey, a dog found in Palm Harbor in 2010 with a rope embedded in her neck. It's believed she was tied as a puppy, got away and grew into the too-tight rope. She eventually received surgery. In 2021, Tallahassee lawmakers took up a statewide tethering ban.
  18. Aerial photo of homes and new construction in the Southfork Lakes subdivision in Riverview in March 2020.
  19. A California Highway Patrol officer examines the scene of a deadly crash in Holtville, Calif., on Tuesday. The SUV came through a hole cut into Southern California's border fence with Mexico and later collided with a semi, killing 13 people. Nineteen people were in the SUV, authorities said.
  20. Florida's positivity rate Wednesday was 6 percent.
  21. Jeff Clark stares into the abyss of Florida's unemployment reclaim system from the kitchen counter of his Safety Harbor home.
  22. The Pasco County school district has arranged for employees 50 and older to receive 2,500 doses of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine this Saturday. The highly recommended second dose will be given out on April 2.
  23. Ex-Port Richey mayor Dale Massad pled guilty on Wednesday to lesser charges in the attempted murder case against him during a plea hearing held before Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Court judge Mary Handsel at the West Pasco Judicial Center in New Port Richey. Authorities say Massad fired on Pasco sheriff's deputies raiding his home in a 2019 investigation of allegations he was practicing law without a license. He was sentenced to 3-years in prison, but will get credit for the two years he has spent in county jail awaiting trial.
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