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Supreme Court Takes Up Major Abortion Case Next Term That Could Limit Roe v. WadeThe Supreme Court on Monday agreed to take up a key abortion case next term concerning a controversial Mississippi law that banned most abortions after 15 weeks, rekindling a potentially major challenge to Roe v. Wade at the majority conservative court.
The Hernando County Sheriff's Office Need Help Locating A Missing Endangered AdultThe Hernando County Sheriff's Office is requesting assistance from the community in locating a missing endangered adult. 
FDOT Is Asking For Communities Input On The Howard Frankland Bridge Replacement Project.The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is asking for the communities input on features for the Howard Frankland Bridge replacement project.
Alcohol To-Go: Local Restaurant Owners React To Florida's New LawGovernor Ron DeSantis signed the bill into law in Ormond Beach on Thursday, saying this will help businesses make more money while people are less likely to come out to restaurants.
Pros In Pinellas Share Hurricane Prep Tips As 2021 Season NearsWith hurricane season fast approaching, local experts share how to best prepare your home and family for a weather emergency.
FDA Approves Kids 12-15 For Pfizer Vaccine, Some Parents Remain ApprehensiveThe Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for use in children 12 to 15. Local experts and some parents are excited for this long-awaited decision to be made while other parents say they need more research to feel comfortable vaccinating their children.
Skateboard Event In St. Pete Seeks To Raise Funds To Build 2 Parks In PeruA St. Pete skate shop is raising money locally to help build two new skate parks in Peru through the Skating Across Borders fundraising event. 
Disney World Adjusts Mask Policy To Reflect CDC UpdatesIn a major moment for Disney parks, and the theme park industry overall, Walt Disney World changed its mask rules for guests following new guidance from the CDC.
Colonial Pipeline returns to 'normal operations' after restartColonial Pipeline said Saturday that its pipeline system has returned to "normal operations" after a crippling cyberattack forced a six-day shutdown.

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Pernell Walker On Showtime's 'City On A Hill': 'Grace Campbell Is Not All Bad And Not All Good'The season 2 finale of Showtime's "City on a Hill" is this Sunday and Pernell Walker shares what fans can expect on the series starring Kevin Bacon & Aldis Hodge.
WATCH: Andrew Rannells On Season 3 Of Showtime's 'Black Monday': 'I've Really Learned A Lot From Don Cheadle'The star of "Black Monday" previews season three and discusses what it is like to work with Don Cheadle.
'Blue Bloods' Two-Part 11th Season Finale Begins Friday, May 14th At 9:00PMThe 11th season finale of 'Blue Bloods' comes to CBS and Paramount+ on Friday, May 14th.
ViacomCBS And USC Annenberg Establish HBCU Diversity In Journalism Scholarship To Advance Newsroom DiversityRecognizing that Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are a critical driver of the talent needed to meet this demand, the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and ViacomCBS have created a new scholarship that advances a robust pipeline for Black journalists to both enter and lead in newsrooms.  
Jen Richards On CBS' 'Clarice': 'It Fills Me With Joy That Kids Can Watch A Trans Character Played By A Trans Actor'On tonight's new episode of "Clarice" on CBS, Jen Richards joins as a guest star and her character Julia Richards confronts Clarice about the complicated legacy of Buffalo Bill.
Montana Jordan And Raegan Revord On 'Young Sheldon' Being Picked Up For Three More Seasons: 'It's A Crazy Experience'Montana Jordan and Raegan Revord discuss growing up on 'Young Sheldon' and the show's upcoming season finale.

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