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  1. Veteran nurse Sharon Edwards treats a COVID-19 patient in December at Beaumont Hospital in Farmington Hills, Michigan. The pandemic is prompting many nurses to leave the field, exacerbating a nationwide nurse shortage. The University of South Florida says it is taking steps to increase the number of nursing school graduates over the next two or three years to meet the coming demand.
  2. A screenshot of the June 22 St. Petersburg mayoral debate, hosted by the Tampa Bay Times and Bay News 9. Clockwise from top left: Marcile Powers, moderators Steve Contorno and Holly Gregory, Darden Rice, Wengay Newton, Ken Welch, Robert Blackmon, Pete Boland, Torry Nelson and Michael Ingram.
  3. After achieving success in Hollywood, actor Miles Teller, a graduate of Lecanto High School in Citrus County, invested in a canned alcoholic beverage company called Long Drink. As co-owner, Teller is promoting the drink and helping it be rolled out in stores across the country.
  4. The Supreme Court building is seen in Washington earlier this month.
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  6. Democratic mayoral candidate Eric Adams speaks Tuesday at his primary election night party in New York.
  7. Hillsborough is updating the land-use plans for the rural areas around Balm and Wimauma in southern Hillsborough County. Last week, Hillsborough Commission Chairwoman Pat Kemp said the county should eliminate its policy requiring developers to install central water and sewer which allows greater housing densities outside the county's urban core.
  8. Members of an adjudication review panel look over scanned absentee ballots Nov. 3 in Atlanta. President Biden has labeled "an atrocity" new voting legislation passed by Republicans in Georgia in the wake of his narrow victory there.
  9. Florida Republican leaders say the state's university campuses need to become more welcoming to a broader range of ideas and viewpoints.
  10. This satellite image shows preparation Sunday at the Imam Khomeini Spaceport in Iran's Semnan province before what experts believe will be the launch of a satellite-carrying rocket.
  11. What's going on with construction at Tampa International Airport? Pictured is part of the construction in June. | [JOHN PENDYGRAFT | Times]
  12. President Joe Biden, speaking here Friday in the White House, will announce a “zero tolerance" policy giving no leeway to gun dealers who fail to comply with federal law.
  13. Ashley T Brundage, a transgender woman who worked her way up from bank teller to national vice president of diversity and inclusion for PNC Bank, speaks June 18 at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts as part of Pride Month on the theme: Empowering Differences Through Photography.
  14. New sculpture on Central Ave, St. Pete. on June 20, 2021
  15. Glenda Bushy and Julie Swanson dance while Jimmy Suvoy performs at Crabby Bill’s Restaurant during their Luau party on Sunday, June 20, 2021 in Indian Rocks Beach.
  16. A 14-year-old boy was injured in a shooting in St. Petersburg Tuesday night. Stick with tampabay.com for updates.
  17. A dead fish is seen floating in the water as palm trees are reflected Thursday, June 17, 2021 in the intracoastal waters between Clearwater and Dunedin, Fla. Pinellas County had small boats retrieving dead fish in Dunedin and around Clearwater Harbor Thursday. The fish kill is attributed to the recent Red Tide bloom.
  18. Iran's new President-elect Ebrahim Raisi. Iran said Tuesday, June 22, that several state-linked news websites have been seized by the U.S. government under unclear circumstances. While there was no immediate acknowledgement of the seizures from American authorities, it comes amid the wider heightened tensions between the U.S. and Iran over Tehran's now-tattered nuclear deal with world powers.
  19. Ron DeSantis on Friday, April 2, 2021.
  20. In this April 23, 2021, file photo, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland speaks during a news briefing at the White House in Washington. On Tuesday, June 22, 2021, Haaland and other federal officials are expected to announce steps that the federal government plans to take to reconcile the legacy of boarding school policies on Indigenous families and communities across the U.S.
  21. Police create a barrier between a group of protesters and Kaitlin Bennett, a gun rights advocate who hosts the Liberty Hangout show during her visit to the University of South Florida campus on Oct. 7, 2020, in Tampa.
  22. A hospice bed (Credit Image: © Imago via ZUMA Press)
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