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  1. Sunday's seven-day forecast from Spectrum Bay News 9.
  2. Hudson High in Pasco County reported 12 coronavirus cases this week, an unusually high number for a school that has been averaging three or four a month.
  3. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates.
  4. Eddie and Squeak are two of many animals looking for forever homes.
  5. 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.
  6. Valentina "Val" Tomashosky, 17, was scheduled to graduate in a few weeks from Central High School in Brooksville. She died Sunday after stepping on a live power line.
  7. An unidentified patron walks from Rum Runners at the Key West Center Sunday in Palm Harbor. Strong winds ripped a portion of the roof off and downed power lines in the area Sunday.
  8. Gaither High School in Hillsborough County reported 12 cases of coronavirus in the week ending April 9.
  9. 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.
  10. The Capitol in Tallahassee is seen following Opening Day of the Florida Legislature on March 3, 2021.
  11. Duncan and Greta are two of many animals looking for forever homes.
  12. Ryan Allen, 32, faces a charge of DUI manslaughter, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
  13. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates.
  14. 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.
  15. Volunteer Kim Grieder, 59, right, speaks with client Sheryl Naime, 50, of Hudson Thursday in Port Richey. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, which is run by the IRS, is one of the main providers of free tax prep services for low-income residents across Tampa Bay, many of whom are seniors.
  16. 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.
  17. The state has seen 2,081,826 cases of COVID-19 as the pandemic enters its 13th month.
  18. Parishioners gathered for First Unity Spiritual’s sunrise Easter service along the St. Petersburg waterfront, listen to a spiritual message as the sun rises, Sunday, April 4, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
  19. Steinbrenner High is the busiest school in the Tampa Bay area for confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 19 in a week that ended early due to Good Friday.
  20. Maggie and Rocket are two of many animals looking for forever homes.
  21. Florida students begin taking their state assessments on April 5. They are available in-person only.
  22. Tony Hernandez, a social worker with Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care in Pinellas, left, is administered a COVID-19 vaccine shot from Walgreens pharmacist Drin Mita at Heron House Assisted Living in Largo on Feb. 11, where healthcare workers and residents received their second shots against the coronavirus.
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