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  1. A crowd tries to force its way into the U.S. Capitol Building as part of a pro-Trump riot.
  2. Scientists prepare to collect water from near the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico aboard the research vessel Pelican to verify oxygen measurements used to determine the size of the Gulf's hypoxic zone.
  3. Erica Jourdain stands with her handmade Lightning logo at the 2021 Stanley Cup parade.
  4. Immigration detainee Alexander Martinez shows handwritten notations of his allegations of abusive treatment during an interview Friday inside the Winn Correctional Center in Winnfield, La.
  5. The Warnow-Dolphin container ship enters PortMiami in April. Importers are contending with supply trouble that is expected to last into 2022.
  6. Schools across Florida required students to wear masks during the 2020-21 school year. The debate is ongoing over whether such mandates will continue into fall 2021.
  7. Lorraine Brown, a 65-year-old St. Petersburg resident, does her daily Bible study by the beach in Gulfport.
  8. Cameron Herrin reacts the moment he hears his sentence — 24 years in prison — at the conclusion of his sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021.
  9. Tampa Electric CEO Archie Collins poses for a portrait on Thursday, July 29, 2021 in Tampa.
  10. Cravon Gillespie, who ran the anchor leg for the United States, reacts after the team finishes sixth in a heat Thursday and does not qualify for the men's 4x100 relay final at the Olympics in Tokyo.
  11. Kenneth Brabham has been arrested after witnesses reported seeing a man chasing a woman as she ran across Gandy Boulevard early Wednesday morning, screaming that the man was trying to sexually batter her, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office.
  12. In this May 4, 2019, file photo, a charter plane carrying 143 people and traveling from Cuba to north Florida sits in a river at the end of a runway in Jacksonville, Fla. Investigators say the loss of braking power on a rain-soaked flooded runway caused a cargo plane chartered by the Pentagon to slide into a Florida river in 2019, the National Transportation Safety Board said Wednesday.
  13. USF's newly installed interim president Rhea Law smiles during a lunch with staff Wednesday. "I don’t want us to stay static where we are today," she said. "I want us to move forward and upward.”
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  15. Two dead, emaciated adult manatees recovered from Brevard County are seen before a necropsy in March at the state's Marine Mammal Pathobiology Lab.
  16. President Joe Biding tours Plumbers & Gasfitters Local 5 Training Facility in Lanham, Md., Wednesday.
  17. This May 10, 2019, photo provided by the Louisiana State Police shows bloodstains on the shield and uniform of Master Trooper Chris Hollingsworth, in West Monroe, La., after troopers punched, dragged and stunned Black motorist Ronald Greene during his fatal 2019 arrest.
  18. Justice Padgett, 12, of Tampa, is given a COVID-19 vaccine shot by first-year University of South Florida physican assistant student Zara Meadows at a back to school health clinic held Saturday at Middleton High School in Tampa. Hospital officials are renewing calls for people to get vaccinated as COVID-19 hospitalizations reach record levels.
  19. Taco, a German shepherd, attends the Law Enforcement Memorial Service on Tuesday, March 9, 2021, with his hander, Pinellas County Sheriff’s deputy Matt Aitken, at Curlew Hills Memory Gardens in Palm Harbor. The 13th annual service honored K-9 service dogs from area police and sheriff's departments including the Clearwater Police Department, the Pinellas Park Police Department and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, who attended to remember the retired K-9s who have passed away. This year 75 dogs are interred at the Memory Gardens where three new dogs have been memorialized.
  20. Pictures of Tampa firefighter Isaac Royal, on left, and Tampa District Fire Chief Franz Warner on display during a Firefighter memorial service at the Tampa Fire Museum.
  21. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD   |   Times 
Elyza Iusan, 26, uses manipulatives, a collection of hands-on interactive learning tools, as part of the curriculum for her six-year-old daughter, Janessa Iusan, whom she homeschools at the family's home in Spring Hill.
  22. An image from a 2020 Pinellas County school district video shows elementary school students wearing masks and sitting behind protective coverings while at lunch. This year, an executive order from Gov. Ron DeSantis is stopping many Florida districts from requiring masks, but some are starting to push back.
  23. Jason L. Salemi, PhD, MPH, associate professor, USF College of Public Health is shown on HGTV Wednesday afternoon during a briefing to county commissioners on the COVID-19 pandemic.
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