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  1. A police SUV was significantly damaged Tuesday evening after a pickup truck struck.
  2. The Florida House has passed a bill that would block transgender children from playing on sports teams that align with their gender.
  3. Five developers responded to the city's request for proposals to build residential, retail and hotel projects on three city-owned sites on the downtown waterfront. [ City of Clearwater ]
  4. City Council member Hoyt Hamilton said Thursday "you'd have to be deaf, dumb blind and dead" to not see through the timing of the Downtown Development Board's request to cut an ex-officio seat.
  5. Shelby Nealy appears at his 2019 arraignment on a charge of first-degree murder in the 2018 death of his ex-wife Jamie Ivancic at the West Pasco Judicial Center in New Port Richey. That trial has been delayed until August because of coronavirus restrictions.
  6. A 15-year-old boy lost control of a pickup truck and crashed into the side of a house in Clearwater, police said.
  7. Five developers responded to the city's request for proposals to build residential, retail and hotel projects on three city-owned sites on the downtown waterfront. [ City of Clearwater ]
  8. A sign informed motorists that the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine was not available Tuesday at the federal vaccination site at Tampa Greyhound Track. Officials paused administration of the vaccine after reports that six women who received the drug had experienced blood clots.
  9. This prominent restaurant space at 635 Cleveland Street, as seen in 2019, has long sat vacant.
  10. The entrance to the one of the vaccine rooms at the Central Pinellas vaccine site Monday. Thousands are making appointments to get shots, but unfounded claims about the vaccines and fertility are causing some women to hold off.
  11. A 17-month-old girl is in critical condition after a motorcycle accident in Clearwater on Thursday.
  12. The Capitol in Tallahassee is seen following Opening Day of the Florida Legislature on March 3, 2021.
  13. Hostess Sarah Wilson (left) welcomes Jessica Rajcula, 29, of Dunedin and Amber Catanzaro, 32, of Clearwater, at Palm Pavillion Beachside Grill & Bar, on Monday, Sept. 28, 2020 in Clearwater.
  14. City Council member Mark Bunker discusses what he calls an attempt to remove him as a non-voting member of the Downtown Development Board on Wednesday.
  15. A former Sunstar Paramedics ambulance driver faces a DUI charge after being pulled over early Tuesday morning, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office. He resigned from his job Wednesday.
  16. A pedestrian was killed in a crash in Clearwater Monday night, police said.
  17. A rendering of Imagine Clearwater, which includes an amphitheater with covering over 4,000 seats as well as greenspace for small events and community use.
  18. Allison Oler, 17, receives her Pfizer vaccination March 24 in Sandy, Utah. All adults in Utah aged 16 and older became eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccinations Wednesday.
  19. Nursing student Emily Peters, 20, of Land O’ Lakes, receives the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine from nurse Pat Blackwell, with the Pinellas County Health Department, on March 29.
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  21. Workers on Friday tend to the historic entrance to St. Petersburg High, which is undergoing renovations and is home to one of three International Baccalaureate programs in Pinellas County. Some of the school's IB seniors are pushing for this year's IB exams to be canceled due to safety reasons and learning barriers caused by the pandemic.
  22. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis attends a press conference on Wednesday, March 31, 2021, at Palm Harbor University High School.
  23. The top two officials in the Pinellas-Pasco State Attorney's Office, Chief Assistant State Attorney Bruce Bartlett, left, and State Attorney Bernie McCabe confer at a 2013 court hearing. McCabe died on Jan. 1 and Bartlett was later appointed state attorney. He intends to run for the office in 2022.
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