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  1. Pinellas County commissioners approved a $2.9 budget on Tuesday.
  2. The driver of a pickup truck died Wednesday morning after striking two firetrucks and a firefighter. Troopers say he was speeding at the time of impact.
  3. A T-Mobile retail outlet in Prescott, Ariz., in September 2021. T-Mobile is pushing ahead with plans to bring workers back to its Washington headquarters at least part-time before the end of October.
  4. St. Petersburg High students Sydney Conroy, right, and Toby Lam wear a masks as they arrive on Aug. 11, 2021, the first day of school in Pinellas County.
  5. The Cross Bay Ferry would operate year round beginning in 2024 under the terms of a new contract approved Wednesday by Hillsborough County commissioners. Separately, private companies HMS Ferries and South Swell Development Group will start development work on a planned ferry to link southern Hillsborough to MacDill Air Force Base.
  6. A general view of 3 D-printed house is seen at Shanghai Zhangjiang High-Tech Zone Qingpu Park on August 24, 2014 in Shanghai, China.
  7. United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres addresses the 76th Session of the U.N. General Assembly, Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021, at United Nations headquarters in New York.
  8. Quadruple murder suspect Bryan Riley is led from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office in Lakeland on Sept. 5.
  9. An American Airlines plane pushes back from the gate at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Terminal C. The Justice Department and officials in six states have filed a lawsuit to block a partnership formed by American Airlines and JetBlue, claiming that it will reduce competition and lead to higher fares.
  10. Dr. Joseph Ladapo, left, was named Tuesday by Gov. Ron DeSantis as Florida's next surgeon general.
  11. A Charles Rutenberg Realty sign marks a home for sale, 541 Locklie Street, on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021, in Dunedin.
  12. Gen. John Raymond, center, chief of Space Operations, introduces the new Space Force uniform prototypes Tuesday at the Air Force Association's 2021 Air, Space and Cyber Conference.
  13. Police say a man fatally shot two people and then killed himself in the drive-thru area of a Wendy’s restaurant in suburban Fort Lauderdale.
  14. Members of the House Appropriations Committee field questions about the politics of debt Tuesday at the Capitol. At center is chair Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn., and at right is Rep. Kay Granger, R-Texas, the ranking member.
  15. Former President Donald Trump, soeaking here in Dallas during July, has filed suit against his estranged niece, Mary Trump and The New York Times over a bombshell 2018 story about his family’s wealth and tax practices.
  16. Food and Nutrition workers at Fivay HIgh handed out pre-packaged meals for students who could come to the school to pick them up during the height of the pandemic. The state has applied for more federal aid to continue distributing free food when schools are closed.
  17. Those fun and seemingly innocuous quizzes on Facebook could be providing identity thieves with clues to steal yours.
  18. Mha’siyah Blake, 12, prepares to receive a COVID-19 vaccine administered by first year USF physician’s assistant student Caroline Cubero at a back to school health clinic at Middleton High School in Tampa on July 31.
  19. Rod Wave arrives on stage during his SoulFly tour concert at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021.
  20. University of South Florida forensic anthropology grad students and staff, from left: Gennifer Goad, Erin Kimmerle, Barbara Arriaga Espinoza, Tuesday Frasier and Kelsee Hetschel-Fey.
  21. Willie Garson attends Neuro Brands Presenting Sponsor At The Elton John AIDS Foundation's Academy Awards Viewing Party on February 9, 2020, in West Hollywood.  Garson, who starred in “Sex and the City” and “White Collar,” died Tuesday.
  22. A screenshot of video of the carjacking.
  23. Members of Florida's immigrant population express their disappointment after a Senate Judiciary Committee voted on a bill in 2019 that would prohibit “sanctuary cities” and require state and local law enforcement to comply with U.S. officials.
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