1. Sacramento County public information officer Kim Nava speaks to the media at Sacramento Executive Airport on June 5 after a group of about 20 migrants were flown to the airport earlier in the day. The migrants were transported to a religious facility in the area. [ PAUL KITAGAKI JR. | The Sacramento Bee ]
  2. People survey damaged properties on a broken section of Pine Island Road on Sept. 29, 2022, in Matlacha after Hurricane Ian made landfall.
  3. Guests visiting from St. Petersburg wear red shirts while gathering for a group picture at Cinderella Castle at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista on Saturday. Although not sanctioned by Disney as an official park event, the wearing of red shirts at the Magic Kingdom on the first Saturday in June is a guests-generated tradition dating back to 1991 to show support for the LGBTQ+ community during national Pride Month, which kicked off Thursday.
  4. Next time there is a water shortage, and there will be many more, don’t expect residents to take it seriously, says a letter writer.
  5. On Sept. 12, 2016, San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid (35) and quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) kneel during the national anthem before a game against the Los Angeles Rams in Santa Clara, Calif. When Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem to take a stand against police brutality, racial injustice and social inequality, he was vilified by people who considered it an offense against the country, the flag and the military.
  6. The country's largest advocacy group for LGBTQ+ rights has suspended its benchmark equality and inclusion rating for Anheuser-Busch, citing the beer company's handling of hate-filled and transphobic backlash received after its partnership with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney in April.
  7. Principal Brendan Butcher and pastor Robert Gibbons posted a 21-minute video on YouTube explaining to families that St. Paul Catholic School in St. Petersburg would be increasing its 2023-24 tuition by thousands of dollars more than initially announced, in order to take advantage of state-funded vouchers.
  8. Apple Watches can detect falls and call for help.
  9. In September 2020, supporters of then-President Donald Trump decorated their boats with flags during a Labor Day boat parade at the Coralville Reservoir in Johnson County, Iowa. A letter writer saw little of this sort of thing during a Memorial Day weekend in the Ozarks in Missouri.
  10. A screen displaying the logos of OpenAI and ChatGPT. ChatGPT is a conversational artificial intelligence software application developed by OpenAI.
  11. A new Twitter account, @DeSantisJet, aims to track Gov. Ron DeSantis' travel on a state-owned plane. The account was created by the same Florida college student who stirred controversy by building an account tracking the private jet of Tesla and Twitter owner Elon Musk.
  12. A photograph taken from the International Space Station shows Florida and the gulf coast. Five million more residents are expected in the state by 2030.
  13. Amanda Gorman recites her poem during the inauguration of President Joe Biden at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 20, 2021.
  14. Tampa Fire Rescue attends to a crash at S. MacDill Avenue between Swann Avenue and W Morrison Avenue in 2019.
  15. Thousands lined the streets of Central Avenue during the St. Pete Pride Parade in 2016.
  16. Florida as seen from space.
  17. Freda Brown, 83, of New Port Richey is seen riding the new section of the Pinellas Duke Energy Trail north segment Friday, Aug. 5, 2022 in Clearwater. Friday marked the opening o the new trail which stretches 6.7 miles from Enterprise Road through Countryside to John Chesnut Sr. Park in Palm Harbor. The trail is completed except for some minor items and a pedestrian bridge over the Lake Tarpon Outfall Canal. Bridge construction is expected to begin next spring and conclude in summer 2024.
  18. A scene from St. Petersburg College's electrical lineworker class in 2021.
  19. Heavy traffic is seen along the southbound lanes of I-275 on the Howard Frankland Bridge in 2019.
  20. Gov. Ron DeSantis signs bills into law during a news conference at Cambridge Christian School in Tampa on Wednesday.
  21. University of South Florida undergraduates gather at the Yuengling Center in Tampa for the fall commencement ceremony in 2016.
  22. Gov. Ron DeSantis addresses the audience during a news conference at Cambridge Christian School in Tampa on Wednesday.
  23. Gov. Ron DeSantis talks during a press conference before signing education legislation on Monday at New College of Florida in Sarasota.
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