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  1. Busch Gardens pictured in 2019. [LUIS SANTANA  |  Tampa Bay Times]
  2. In an evidentiary hearing in the case of James Dailey, who faces execution for the 1985 murder of Shelly Boggio in Indian Rocks Beach, Dailey, center, is seated in court in Pinellas County, Thursday, March 5, 2020.   [SCOTT KEELER  |  Times]
  3. The Florida Board of Governors approved a set of guidelines Thursday as a first step toward a fall reopening of campuses, including the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida. [CHRIS URSO  |  Times]
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  5. Colt Clark and the Quarantine Kids, a band founded by Tampa musician Colt Clark and his children. [Courtesy of Aubree Clark]
  6. Storm clouds pass over the Vehicle Assembly Building as the SpaceX Falcon 9, with the Crew Dragon spacecraft on top of the rocket, sits on launch pad 39-A Wednesday at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. [DAVID J. PHILLIP  |  AP]
  7. Aurora Ortega picks up an unemployment form at a Miami-Dade County library last month. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) [LYNNE SLADKY  |  AP]
  8. Neal Browning receives a shot in the first-stage study of a potential vaccine for COVID-19 on March 16 at the Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute in Seattle. He was the second patient to receive the shot in the study. According to a new poll, 20 percent of Americans surveyed said they won’t get the vaccine and 31 percent said they weren’t sure. [TED S. WARREN  |  Associated Press]
  9. A U.S. Department of Labor assistant inspector general said this week that states should take more steps to make sure that Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, which was created to help displaced independent contractors and gig workers like rideshare drivers, is not paid to fraudulent applicants. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, 2013)
  10. There's a long tradition of peering across the Florida peninsula from the Tampa Bay area to see space launches at Cape Canaveral. Here, in October 1998, when there were no coronavirus restrictions, a crowd gathered to see a space shuttle carry pioneer astronaut John Glenn back into space. [Times (1998)]
  11. Left: The U.S. National Institutes of Health released this electron microscope image of the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, also known as 2019-nCoV, the virus that causes COVID-19. The sample was isolated from a patient in the U.S. in April. Right: The wreckage of Mexico Beach in December 2018, two months after Hurricane Michael made landfall that year with top sustained winds of 155 mph.  When hurricane season starts June 1, Florida must prepare for a major storm while still dealing with the pandemic. [DOUGLAS CLIFFORD  |  NIAID-RML via AP | Times]
  12. In this May 6 photo, a Florida forestry tractor trailer is parked near a hot spot from a Panhandle wildfire. The way Santa Rosa County evacuated people from the wildfires could be a preview of evacuations conducted during the pandemic this hurricane season. [DEVON RAVINE  |  AP]
  13. Pole Star Global, based in London, is opening an office in the Ceridian building on 34th Street South in St. Petersburg. DIRK SHADD | Tampa Bay Times (2019)
  14. HCA Healthcare nurses Debbie Montoya, left, Mary Dechari, second from left, and Roseanne O'Malley speak with an unidentified hospital employee outside the Medical Center of Trinity in April. At the time, they were protesting what they said was a lack of protective equipment at HCA hospitals. Later this week, HCA nurses are planning similar protests over reported layoffs. [CHRIS URSO      |  Times]
  15. MSNBC television anchor Joe Scarborough, shown here in 2017, has called for the removal of tweets by President Donald Trump suggesting Scarborough murdered a former congressional staffer. The woman's widower has now joined in the call. [STEVEN SENNE  |  AP]
  16. A jury awarded Lisa-Maria Carter $109 million after a routine gynecological procedure caused her to lose her hands and feet. [SCOTT KEELER   |   Times]
  17. This illustration made available by SpaceX depicts the company's Crew Dragon capsule and Falcon 9 rocket during an uncrewed In-Flight Abort Test for NASA's Commercial Crew Program. [SpaceX via AP]
  18. The SpaceX Falcon 9, with the Crew Dragon spacecraft on top of the rocket, sits on Launch Pad 39-A on Monday at Kennedy Space Center. Weather threatens to delay Wednesday's launch. [DAVID J. PHILLIP  |  AP]
  19. The Pensacola Blue Wahoos say guests will have access to the clubhouse, a large bedroom, the batting cage and the field. [cityofpensacola.com]
  20. In this Saturday, March 2, 2019 file photo, Elon Musk, left, CEO of SpaceX, speaks accompanied by NASA astronauts Bob Behnken, center, and Doug Hurley during a news conference after the SpaceX Falcon 9 Demo-1 launch at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. [JOHN RAOUX  |  AP]
  21. Sunset Beach at Treasure Island on Saturday morning. By Sunday the crowds were showing up early to avid the dark clouds on the horizon that threatened to dampen the afternoon. Monday is expected to be rainy for Memorial Day. [Megan Reeves]
  22. About two dozen police officer patrolled Clearwater Beach on Saturday, May 23, 2020, in hopes of maintaining social distancing requirements among Memorial Day weekend crowds. [LUIS SANTANA  |  Times]
  23. Former congressman and retired Lt. Col. Allen West speaks during Faith and Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority event on June 19, 2014, in Washington. West was injured in a motorcycle crash on May 23 in Texas. [MOLLY RILEY  |  AP]
  24. Clearwater beach nearly at capacity during Memorial Day weekend as law enforcement limits crowds to provide for proper social distancing Saturday. [LUIS SANTANA  |  Times]
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