1. FILE - This April 2017, file photo provided by NerdWallet shows Liz Weston, a columnist for personal finance website (NerdWallet via AP, File)
  2. University of South Florida mechanical engineer David D’Angelo, left, and research engineer Yehia Helwa, (both) of Tampa, prepare to install a heatsink module while building a power amplifier used to amplify radio signals with a trio of ARCE-1 (Articulated Reconnaissance and Communications Expedition) CubeSat satellites on Tuesday, April 27, 2021, at the USF Institute of Applied Engineering based out of Rithm at Uptown in Tampa.
  3. An 8-year-old girl died when the car she was riding in crashed into the back of a school bus in Citrus County.
  4. The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, on Thursday, April 22, 2021, at 5223 Orient Rd, in Tampa.
  5. The rainy season for Tampa Bay is set to officially begin on May 25 and continue until Oct. 10.
  6. Ethan Genna, 12, of Millburn, N.J., gets his shot. More teenagers now may get the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine, paving the way for possible changes in the way schools operate moving forward.
  7. Palestinians carry the body of a child found in the rubble of a house belonging to the Al-Tanani family that was destroyed in Israeli airstrikes in town of Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip on Thursday.
  8. Violent protesters, loyal to then-President Donald Trump, storm the Capitol on Jan. 6. A small but growing number of Republican lawmakers are propagating a false portrayal of the attack.
  9. The state revoked the license for Picket Fence Manor, a St. Petersburg assisted-living facility, last week. The sign in front of the building was taken down.
  10. This rendering shows the "Fresh Flex" design concept for new Del Taco stores, at least seven of which will be coming to the west coast of Florida in the next few years.
  11. A 9-year-old bystander was injured by a stray bullet when two groups fighting in Tampa's Grant Park neighborhood exchanged gunfire, police said.
  12. When 76-year-old Geri Russo, of Pinellas Park, began her transition from male to female two years ago, a doctor told her she was too old. Russo is among those who stand to benefit from the Biden administration's decision, announced this week, to restore protections against discrimination in health care for gay and transgender patients.
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  14. Street racers gather the evening of Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018, in the parking lot of the Goodwill on Northeast Marine Drive and 122nd Avenue in Portland, Ore. Across America, police are confronting illegal drag racing whose popularity has surged since the coronavirus pandemic and lockdowns began. Drivers have blocked off roads to race and to etch donut patterns on pavement with the tires of their souped-up cars. From Portland, Oregon; to Albuquerque, New Mexico; from Nashville, Tennessee; to New York City, officials are reporting a dangerous, and sometimes deadly, uptick in street racing.
  15. In this Jan. 22, 2020, file photo, night falls on the Supreme Court in Washington. The Supreme Court is considering whether to hear the case of a Black man who says he suffered discrimination because the N-word was carved into the wall of the hospital elevator where he worked.
  16. State law says discipline against law enforcement officers must occur within 180 days of an investigation’s completion.
  17. Former King High School assistant principal Olayinka Alege was investigated for allegedly popping students' toe knuckles as a form of punishment for bad grades.
  18. Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri, shown in this photo from a crime scene in 2020, opposes shielding the names of officers involved in use-of-force incidents from the public.
  19. Jimmy Harrell testifies in 2010 during a joint hearing held by the Coast Guard and the Interior Department's Minerals Management Service in Kenner, La. Harrell has died at age 65.
  20. A man fishes off the rocky shore along Tampa Bay on Davis Islands last month.
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  22. Florida’s positivity rate was about 6.6 percent Thursday, according to Johns Hopkins University.
  23. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Rochelle Walensky.