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  1. "They knew from day one that I didn't commit this crime," Kevin Strickland said of police and prosecutors after he was freed from prison on Nov. 23 in Cameron, Mo.
  2. A health worker inoculates police personnel with the COVID-19 vaccine at a civil hospital in Ahmedabad, India, on Jan. 31. The new omicron variant of the coronavirus has renewed calls for more people to be vaccinated around the world.
  3. On Sept. 18, a 69-year-old resident went missing after walking out of the gate at Victoria's Retirement Home in Lauderhill. facility's gate. She never returned, and on Sept. 22, Lauderhill police said they discovered the resident's body in a parked car in the lot in front of the facility.
  4. An American Airlines planes takes off as another taxis at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on Oct. 16. Federal agents on Saturday apprehended a man who had stowed away in the wheel well of a flight from Guatemala to Miami.
  5. President Joe Biden talks about the newly approved COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11 from the South Court Auditorium on the White House complex in Washington on Nov. 3.
  6. COVID-19 booster shots are now available to people age 18 and above.
  7. Raymond Johnson reacts with other religious leaders after exiting the Glynn County Courthouse following guilty verdicts for the defendants in the trial of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery on Nov. 24 in Brunswick, Ga.
  8. In this undated photo, a sign notes the site of the Wright brothers' bike shop outside the former Gem City Ice Cream building in Dayton, Ohio. The Dayton Board of Zoning Appeals has approved the city’s request to demolish a 129-year-old historic building that once was the site of the Wright brothers’ first bike shop. The city wants to tear down the site because the building has deteriorated to a point where it can no longer be maintained and redeveloped.
  9. Clearwater Police are investigating a shooting that occurred Saturday at Palmetto Street and Vine Avenue in Clearwater.
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  11. Thousands of people browse local vendors during the Shopapalooza Festival at Vinoy Park on Saturday in St. Petersburg.
  12. Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestures as he speaks during a press conference in London on Saturday, after cases of the new COVID-19 variant were confirmed in the UK.
  13. A motorcyclist died in a crash with an SUV Friday night in Wesley Chapel.
  14. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, speaks with Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar before receiving his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the National Institutes of Health on Dec. 22, 2020 in Bethesda, Md.
  15. Nick Vojnovic, president of Little Greek Fresh Grill and Green Market Cafe.
  16. A Connecticut school district is turning to a limousine service company to help transport students to school because of a bus driver shortage that's been exacerbated by the pandemic.
  17. Downtown Orlando can be seen with Lake Ivanhoe in the foreground Sept. 28.
  18. Duke center Mark Williams (15) and Duke forward Paolo Banchero (5) block the path of Gonzaga center Chet Holmgren (34) during the first half Friday in Las Vegas.
  19. A sign reads 'Stay safe' on Friday on Regent Street in London. A slew of nations moved to stop air travel from southern Africa on Friday, and stocks plunged in Asia and Europe in reaction to news of a new, potentially more transmissible COVID-19 variant.
  20. A worker carries a large parcel at the United States Postal Service sorting and processing facility Nov. 18 in Boston. Last year's holiday season was far from the most wonderful time of the year for the beleaguered U.S. Postal Service. Shippers are now gearing up for another holiday crush.
  21. A JCPenney store, similar to this one in California, was one of the original anchors of DeSoto Square Mall when it opened in 1973.
  22. Banner the green sea turtle, which rehabbed at the Florida Aquarium in Tampa after being severely injured by a boat propeller, is at the Mississippi Aquarium getting medicine to reduce intestinal gas because a buildup was keeping her from diving.
  23. Zuleika Gonzalez, 46, stands in front of the CASA Community Thrift Shop at 1011 First Ave N in St. Petersburg on Nov. 8. The building also serves as the headquarters for CASA’s Domestic Violence Services program. Zuleika is a domestic violence survivor who received CASA services when she was experiencing abuse, and now she has become the manager of batterer accountability services at CASA, helping other survivors seek justice.
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