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  1. Broward County Public Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie.
  2. Jeff Stewart hosting WMNF's Morning Show Wednesday. Hosts wear gloves and masks (when they aren't on the air) as coronavirus precautions.
  3. In this March 11 photo, President Joe Biden holds up his face mask as he speaks about the COVID-19 pandemic during a prime-time address from the East Room of the White House in Washington. The U.S. is meeting President Joe Biden’s latest vaccine goal of administering 200 million COVID-19 shots in his first 100 days in office, as the White House steps up its efforts to inoculate the rest of the public.
  4. Hialeah Police Department motorcycle Officers Ernesto Arias-Martinez, 23, left, and Armando Perez, 40, face multiple felony counts of official misconduct and falsifying public records, according to their own agency.
  5. A police SUV was significantly damaged Tuesday evening after a pickup truck struck.
  6. Pasco County commissioners have approved the rezoning for the downtown area of Connerton.
  7. "Life's Rewards" is an Amazon Prime series that doubles as tourism promotion for Pinellas County.
  8. Lt. Caron Nazario is helped by an EMT after he was pepper-sprayed by Windsor police during a traffic stop in Windsor, Va.
  9. Gov. Ron DeSantis shows off his signed "anti-riot" bill at a news conference at the Polk County Sheriff's Office in Winter Haven on Monday. At least five Florida sheriffs stood behind DeSantis during the event, but the governor's office did not invite the sheriff from the county next door, Hillsborough's Chad Chronister.
  10. A shooting Tuesday night near Westminster Community Playground, at 5200 4th Ave. S in St. Petersburg, left one man seriously injured and a girl with a minor injury, police said.
  11. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
  12. A woman cries after her husband died of a leakage in the oxygen plant of a hospital in Nashik, in the Indian state of Maharashtra on Wednesday.
  13. Welbilt, a maker of commercial kitchen appliances and equipment based in New Port Richey, is slated to be acquired by Illinois-based Middleby Corp, [Photo courtesy of Welbilt]
  14. People rally outside the courthouse in Minneapolis on Tuesday after the guilty verdicts were announced in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd.
  15. The Hillsborough School Board, seen here during its April 13 meeting, will meet again Friday for a special session requested by chairwoman Lynn Gray.
  16. In this April 17 photo, people check in for a flight to Miami at Silvio Pettirossi Airport, in Luque, Paraguay. Vaccine seekers who can afford to travel are coming to the United States to avoid the long wait, including people who have come from as far as Paraguay.
  17. A crowd gathers at George Floyd Square after a guilty verdict was announced at the trial of former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin for the 2020 death of Floyd on Tuesday.
  18. A crash on Interstate 275 at Howard/Armenia slowed traffic Wednesday morning.
  19. Protesters march Tuesday in downtown Columbus, Ohio, after olice shot and killed a teenage girl just as the verdict was being announced in the trial for the killing of George Floyd. Police showed bodycam footage Tuesday night at a news conference of the officer shooting the girl, who was Black, as she appeared to attempt to stab two people with a knife.
  20. The Florida House has passed a bill that would block transgender children from playing on sports teams that align with their gender.
  21. Manatees spend most of their lives in shallow water. As mammals, they need to surface to breathe air. While manatees can hold their breath for up to 20 minutes, they typically surface every three to five to minutes. This photo was taken in Fanning Springs.
  22. Aerial drone image of the Anna Maria Island Beach with surrounding homes pictured on Friday.
  23. Earlier today• Community News
    Sandra Ceballos poses for a photograph in front of a home she has listed for sale and is currently under contract April 8 in Tarpon Springs. Ceballos company, Silver Roots, works with senior citizens in downsizing, and moving.
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