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  1. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's community chart on Friday shows many Florida counties are at "high" risk of COVID-19. Those are the ones colored orange. The "medium" risk counties are colored yellow and "low" risk counties are green.
  2. A great white shark is seen in this file photo. Authorities say a teenage girl was seriously injured when a shark attacked her off Florida’s Gulf Coast. The 17-year-old girl's family says a 9-foot shark wrapped its jaws around the girl’s thigh in the waters off Keaton Beach. The girl poked the shark in the eyes and punched it before her brother managed to fight it off and pull the girl onto a stranger’s boat. Officials didn’t immediately know what kind of shark bit the girl.
  3. Revelers carry an LTBGQ flag along Fifth Avenue during the New York City Pride Parade on Sunday, June 24, 2018, in New York. Same-sex couples are expressing new fears about the potential erosion of freedoms won through decades of activism after conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas signaled, in a ruling on abortion, that the court should reconsider the right to same-sex marriage, gay sex and contraception.
  4. An offshore oil rig drills for oil in the Gulf of Mexico in 2005.
  5. The Rev. Carl Joseph Melchior, Jr. died on Thursday of cardiac arrest after boarding a flight in Philadelphia.
  6. Levi Stock, 11, second from left, was struck by lightning Thursday while out boating with his family near Williams Park in Riverview,  according to the family’s pastor, Daniel Butson. The force of the strike pushed Levi off the boat, causing his father, Derek Stock, to jump in after him, according to Butson.
  7. New York would require people applying for a handgun license to turn over a list of their social media accounts so officials could verify their “character and conduct” under a bill being considered Friday by the state Legislature.
  8. Larry Arnn, president of Hillsdale College, speaks at the social conservative Faith and Freedom Coalition's annual "Road to the Majority" conference at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. on Friday, June 9, 2017.
  9. Florida law enforcement can now stop drivers and issue a noncriminal infraction for playing music “plainly audible” from 25 feet away.
  10. In this photo provided by the Odesa Regional Prosecutor's Office, a damaged residential building is seen in Odesa, Ukraine, early Friday, following Russian missile attacks. Ukrainian authorities said Russian missile attacks on residential buildings in the port city of Odesa have killed at least 21 people.
  11. Then-Gov. Rick Scott signed gun and school safety legislation on March 9, 2018, in Tallahassee, joined by family members of students killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. [Times (2018)]
  12. In this Sept. 28, 2021, photo, Nichole Schmidt, the mother of Gabby Petito, whose death on a cross-country trip sparked a manhunt for her boyfriend Brian Laundrie, speaks alongside, from left, Tara Petito, stepmother, Joseph Petito, father, Richard Stafford, family attorney, and Jim Schmidt, stepfather, during a news conference in Bohemia, N.Y. A Florida judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit  in which the parents of Gabby Petito claim that Brian Laundrie told his parents he had killed her before he returned home alone from their western trip.
  13. The projected path of Tropical Storm Bonnie as of the 2 a.m. Friday advisory from the National Hurricane Center.
  14. Protesters march during an abortion rights rally on Saturday, June 25, 2022, on the corner of East Fowler Avenue and North 56th Street in Temple Terrace.
  15. Hells Angels founder Ralph "Sonny" Barger and his wife Sharon are shown after his release on $100,000 bond in San Francisco, Aug. 1, 1980. Barger, the leather-clad figurehead of the notorious Hells Angels motorcycle club, has died at age 83.
  16. The U.S. Supreme Court building on Jan. 24, 2022, in Washington, D.C.
  17. 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.
  18. Debbie Dunn, of Tarpon Springs, leads a group of cyclists along Curlew Road Wednesday, May 18, 2022 in Dunedin. The group was taking part in the annual Ride of Silence in recognition for those that have been injured or killed by a motorist.
  19. An unidentified family attended Gov. Ron DeSantis' signing of legislation that places new requirements on school book selection, at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University on March 25, 2022. DeSantis said the new law provides additional rights for parents in their children's education.
  20. Muralist Jimmy Breen is seen in this undated handout photo. Breen died unexpectedly on June 20. He was 37.
  21. From left, St. Petersburg police Chief Tony Holloway, Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri and Clearwater police Chief Dan Slaughter answer questions at Tiger Bay meeting in 2019. All three law enforcement leaders say a recent ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court regarding Miranda warnings will have no effect on their agencies.
  22. Mifepristone and Misoprostol, the two drugs used in a medication abortion, are seen at the Women's Reproductive Clinic, which provides legal medication abortion services, in Santa Teresa, New Mexico, on June 17, 2022.
  23. Dr. Lisa Gwynn, right, a University of Miami pediatrician and president of the Florida chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, speaks to Julie Machaca (left) and her children (left to right) Saory Betalleluz, 5, Diego Betalleluz, 9, and Cyd Betalleluz, 12, before they receive shots at the University of Miami Pediatric Mobile Clinic in Homestead, June 24. Gwynn, who has been a visible advocate of vaccine access for poor young kids, was removed Wednesday from a state-appointed board for publicly criticizing Florida’s decision to delay access to the COVID-19 vaccine for children under 5.
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