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  1. A view of the University of Florida from the campus entrance at W University Avenue and SW 13th Street in Gainesville.
  2. Jaimie Poe, Whiskey and Wings manager, relights candles on a table alongside a photo of Kathleen Moore Monday in St. Petersburg. “We’ve been doing this since Wednesday, Poe said. “And we will light the candles every night till she is found.”
  3. A 13-year-old boy who was injured in a 3-vehicle crash on Interstate 75 in Pasco County on Oct. 7 died Monday, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
  4. In this  Nov. 9 file photo, a visitor to the Shougang Park walks past a sculpture for the Beijing Winter Olympics in Beijing, China. The White House said Monday the U.S. will stage a diplomatic boycott of the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing to protest Chinese human rights abuses. China threatened to take "firm countermeasures."
  5. A salt marsh flourishes on the Anclote River along the northern end of the property where developer Morgan Group aims to build 404 apartments in Tarpon Springs.  Of the 22 acres of wetlands, slightly less than 1 acre would be developed, according to the application.
  6. Raymond James Financial announced Monday afternoon that president John Carson will retire at the end of the year. So will Paul Allison, the chairperson and CEO of the St. Petersburg wealth management firm’s Canadian subsidiary, Raymond James Ltd.
  7. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks during a virtual news conference last week.
  8. An endangered North Atlantic right whale entangled in fishing rope with a newborn calf in waters near Cumberland Island, Ga.
  9. Banners touting the University of South Florida hang in the student services breezeway near the campus bookstore and the Marshall Student Center on the Tampa campus.
  10. Dr. Craig Wright arrives at the Federal Courthouse, Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021, in Miami. Wright is in a civil trial with Ira Kleiman. Kleiman claims that his deceased brother David and Wright were co-creators of Bitcoin.
  11. A rendering depicts the 61-unit Uptown Sky affordable housing development, scheduled to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2022 in Tampa.
  12. A Riverview bicyclist who sustained serious injuries after colliding with a vehicle on U.S. 301 in Hillsborough County has died, the Florida Highway Patrol said Monday.
  13. A Tampa man injured in a motorcycle crash Friday night died on Sunday, the Florida Highway Patrol reported.
  14. Candace Padmore, left, and Sergio Jauregui look on as Crystal Ierardo tries on a costume at the Tampa Bay Comic Con.
  15. A COVID-19 test center operates inside the Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport on Dec. 1 in Los Angeles.
  16. Former Florida Atlantic University professor James Tracy was fired from his tenured post in late 2015.
  17. Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald addresses the media in her office Friday in Pontiac, Mich. McDonald filed involuntary manslaughter charges In an interview Monday, she left open the possibility that school officials could also face charges.
  18. A teen from Pinellas Park is facing charges of vehicular homicide and DUI manslaughter in a Largo crash that killed two people and seriously injured a third early Saturday morning.
  19. A 28-year-old Winter Haven man was killed Monday morning on Interstate 4.
  20. Left: Howard Cheung, who runs the popular St. Pete Affirmations page on Instagram. Right: Some of Cheung's memes.
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  22. A satellite image of Wesley Chapel where the new luxury apartment community by Mast Capital is set to be built.
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