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                Romy Ellenbogen - Breaking News Reporter — Pasco

                Breaking News Reporter — Pasco

                I cover breaking news with an emphasis on Pasco. I’m passionate about reporting on communities that may face extra challenges accessing care — immigrants, minorities, women, LGBTQ individuals, disabled people, prisoners, the uninsured and the poor. I’m a lifelong Floridian (from Coral Springs) and a University of Florida graduate. I know how much this state has to offer beyond the stereotypes and jokes, and I care about making sure every Floridian gets a chance to be heard. I have seen the movie Lady Bird 10 times and I spend too much of my free time making Spotify playlists.

                1. Florida added more than 7,000 coronavirus cases Sunday
                2. Florida added more than 17,000 coronavirus cases Saturday
                3. Florida added more than 13,000 coronavirus cases Thursday.
                4. This is a breaking news story. Check back with tampabay.com for updates.
                5. Joseph Leonard, 42, faces charges after investigators detected child pornography on his computer.
                6. Tom Rawlins was a reporter and editor at the St. Petersburg Times and Evening Independent. He passed away Saturday at age 81.
                7. A tornado damaged power lines and power poles Wednesday, cutting off electricity to some 12,000 people in the Pinellas Park and Largo areas. An industrial park on Cross Bayou Drive at Canal Street was in the path of the twister.
                8. A vial of the COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech sits near a nurse preparing to administer the medicine to health care workers at AdventHealth Tampa on Wednesday. The hospital got its initial doses from Tampa General Hospital but expects to receive its own shipments of the vaccine later in the process.
                9. Ex-Port Richey mayor Dale Massad smiles as he is escorted from court after a March 14 court hearing at the West Pasco Judicial Center in New Port Richey. Massad’s ongoing cases have been rescheduled for January following delays due to the coronavirus pandemic.
                10. Nurse, Rafael Martinez prepares to administer the first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine at Tampa General Hospital on Monday in Tampa.
                11. Florida added 8,452 coronavirus cases Monday.
                12. Ralph Stewart, 49, was arrested on DUI charges in Polk County
                13. Anthony Rondolino, the chief judge of the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court decided to suspend all jury trials in Pasco County until Jan. 4 due to a surge in coronavirus cases.
                14. El empleado de Datz, Marcus Oliver, vigila una olla de agua hirviendo que se usa para hacer café y té en la tienda de delicatessen de Tampa durante una alerta de ebullición de 48 horas en la ciudad.
                15. Datz employee Marcus Oliver watches over a pot of boiling water used to make coffee and tea at the Tampa deli during a boil alert in the city. A citywide boil water notice remained in effect Tuesday morning following a large water main break at the David L. Tippin Water Treatment Facility, and it likely won’t be lifted until Thursday at the earliest, city officials said.
                16. The scene as crews continued to work Tuesday to repair a broken Tampa water line that prompted a citywide boil water notice on N 30th Street and E Howell Street, north of E Sligh Avenue.
                17. A break at a Tampa water treatment facility left roads flooded Monday.
                18. Tom and Lisa Zieger visit the site where a candlelight vigil was held by family and friends after the loss of a 7 year old that was struck and killed by a motorcycle leaving a community in shock on Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020 in Port Richey. Lisa brought a teddy bear to leave at the memorial site as they live one street down from the family and was not able to make it to the vigil but still wanted to show their respect to the family.