1. A fan displays a sign regarding the Tampa Bay Rays’ stadium deal during a game against the Los Angeles Angels at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg on Tuesday.
  2. A rendering of the Rays' news stadium and development project for the Historic Gas Plant District. Courtesy of Hines
  3. Germany's Health Minister Karl Lauterbach receives a COVID-19 vaccination at the military hospital in Berlin on Monday. (Lisi Niesner/Pool Photo via AP)
  4. A pharmacist administers the new COVID vaccine to a patient in Eagle Rock, California, this week.
  5. Officers stand outside the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) offices in Miramar in July. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
  6. A pharmacist fills a syringe with a COVID vaccine.
  7. Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo on Wednesday recommended that Floridians under 65 should not get the new COVID vaccines.
  8. In this photo from Jan. 6, 2021, former President Donald Trump greets the crowd at the "Stop The Steal" Rally, in Washington, D.C..
  9. Col. James Booth, district commander for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District, speaks during a briefing Friday in Indian Shores. The Army Corps of Engineers worked to explain beach renourishment along some Pinellas County beaches as they fielded questions from elected officials and local residents.
  10. Gov. Ron DeSantis is seen at the commemoration ceremony on the 22nd anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks on Monday in New York. (AP Photo/Yuki Iwamura)
  11. Cleanup crews work on an oil spill near Port Manatee. The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating.
  12. People are seen near properties damaged by Hurricane Ian last year on a broken section of Pine Island Road in Matlacha.
  13. The American flag flies in front of the U.S. Capitol dome in 2021.
  14. The state Department of Education said there were 4,776 teacher vacancies in the state. The teachers' union said the number was more than 6,900.
  15. Former President Donald Trump, left, and President Joe Biden.
  16. A collection of complaints submitted by Bruce Friedman and Vicki Baggett. The two Floridian's accounted for more than half of the roughly 1,100 complaints reviewed by the Tampa Bay Times. Friedman has said that he has spent hundreds of hours combing through a database of more than 5,000 titles scoured from the internet and filing complaints for those he finds objectionable.
  17. Rescue workers with Tidewater Disaster Response, from left, Mike Foster, Zack McCue, and Zack Hoeth, of Fairfax, Va., search SW 358 Hwy for people in need of help where the Steinhatchee River remained out of its banks on Wednesday, after the arrival of Hurricane Idalia on Florida's west coast at Taylor County in the Big Bend area.
  18. Publix bakery putting the final touch on a hurricane Dorian cake in 2019. The supermarket company has stopped making hurricane cakes.
  19. Parent Bruce Friedman, left, addresses the Clay County School Board on Aug. 4, 2022, and teacher Vicki Baggett speaks to the Escambia County School Board on May 16. Together, the two advocates submitted more than 600 book complaints over the last year, accounting for more than half the statewide total.
  20. Former President Donald Trump, left, and President Joe Biden.
  21. A 2021 Tesla Model 3 sedan charges in a lot in Colorado.
  22. Signs like this one at a Lutz Publix supermarket just went up at Publix stores reminding customers that only service animals are allowed inside - no more tiny dogs in shopping carts or leashed pets walking the aisles.
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