1. Graduate assistants Dylan Allen and Marisa Garrison work on the genetic sequencing project at the University of South Florida.
  2. Pasco eSchool assistant principal Erin Senior records her portion of her school's 2020 virtual graduation ceremony in advance of the event. This year's ceremonies will be in-person.
  3. BayCare Health System, which operates a number of hospitals on the Suncoast, is expanding its behavioral health services over the next few years.
  4. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis looks on during a news conference in Hialeah on Tuesday. At another stop in Fort Pierce on Thursday, he said he plans to take the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine once his age group is eligible.
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  6. Copi and Claude are two of many animals looking for forever homes.
  7. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis answers questions during a news conference in January. On Thursday, he spoke to reporters in Jacksonville, saying expanded access to coronavirus vaccines is coming.
  8. Seating for potential jurors at the start of an October murder trial in a Hillsborough County courtroom. The trial was the first in Hillsborough since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Potential jurors were socially distanced and wore protective face coverings. The Florida Supreme Court has issued guidelines to hold virtual jury trials.
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  10. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks at a news conference Wednesday in Hernando County, where he again defended prioritizing seniors for vaccines and did not share specifics on who will get shots next.
  11. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is silhouetted as he speaks to the media while residents line up at a coronavirus vaccination site in the Lakewood Ranch area earlier this month.
  12. A teacher works with students at Apollo Beach Elementary in Hillsborough County while everyone wears masks. Gov. Ron DeSantis said Tuesday that teachers and law enforcement officers who are 50 and older will get access to vaccines next, but he did not go into detail.
  13. A procession of Pinellas County Sheriff’s vehicles are seen along 49th Street. Funeral services for Sheriff's Deputy Michael Magli will be held today at Idlewild Baptist Church in Lutz.
  14. Dunedin High School senior Milan Gillum asks the Pinellas County School Board to consider student safety suggestions that would allow for prom.
  15. Staff and volunteers load items cars and direct motorists during a mega-pantry food distribution effort by Feeding Tampa Bay outside the Yuengling Center at the University of South Florida in Tampa on July 1, 2020.
  16. A squirrel explores a fallen tree near Chris Wirt, 44, of Lutz, on Friday, Feb. 19, 2021, in Tarpon Springs. Wirt is the owner of AAAC Wildlife Removal of Tampa. He wears a large gator tooth, from a 12'8" gator.
  17. Students arrive at Newsome High in Lithia on October 22, 2020. The coronavirus spread reached 115 known cases since the school reopened in August.
  18. A couple who asked not to be identified are seen along the beach of Fred Howard Park Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020 in Tarpon Springs. After a rainy Friday, the Tampa Bay region will experience sunny and cool weather this weekend.
  19. Calvin and McLovin. How can you say no to those loving eyes? They're two of many pets looking to go home with you.
  20. A deputy with the Pasco County Sheriff's Office was suspended for four days after his involvement in a bar fight, according to an internal investigation.
  21. Pasco County opened up the applications for rental assistance, funded by the federal government, on Wednesday.
  22. Bottles of Zephyrhills Natural Spring Water move along conveyors through the plant in Zephyrhills in 2014.
  23. An SUV trying to pass a left-turning car struck the car, left the roadway, hit a tree and overturned, troopers said. The driver was killed.