Here are the key moments from the week’s biggest headlines: • An explosion in an apartment building in Pensascola, Fla., killed two people and injured more than 30.
Authorities have not yet identified the building owner or a person of interest.
Authorities said a bomb was found in the apartment, which had been vacated earlier in the week.
A man and woman were arrested and charged with first-degree murder in the case.
• Police arrested an African-American man after an investigation found he was responsible for the shooting of two white people, one of them a black man.
Police said they believe the suspect shot and killed a 19-year-old black man who was walking home from a convenience store in the town of Ocala, about 90 miles south of Pensacolas capital.
The suspect, who was identified by police as Anthony H. Jackson, 25, was charged with two counts of aggravated assault and one count of shooting, police said.
A third man was also charged with one count each of aggravated battery and robbery.
The shooting occurred Friday evening at the Ocampsapie Mall in Ocalia.
The other victims were identified as 17-year old Jordan Williams, 18-year to 20-year man, and 20-month to 25-year woman.
• An 18-month-old boy was killed when a fire broke out in his bedroom.
Authorities did not immediately provide a cause of the blaze.
Officials said the child was the only child in the room when it happened.
• Two women were injured in a crash on a north Florida highway.
Police say one woman suffered minor injuries after hitting a tree.
Police are investigating whether the crash was caused by another vehicle.
Authorities say the woman was not wearing a seat belt and was not impaired by alcohol.
The crash occurred Friday afternoon on Interstate 95 near Interstate 20.
• A man died from injuries sustained in a drive-by shooting at a home in the Tampa area.
Police were still investigating Saturday morning the incident.
• In another development, the city of Atlanta has canceled a planned event featuring a transgender woman.
The event was scheduled to take place Thursday night at the Georgia Dome.
It had been billed as a celebration of Georgia Pride Month, but organizers later pulled the event after the death of an 18-week-old girl in a car accident on Wednesday.
• The state of Texas announced the closure of more than 300 state parks and the cancellation of more 25,000 state employees.
Some of those closures include some state-owned parks and recreation centers, such as the Texas Museum of Natural Science, which will be closed Friday and Saturday, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
The state parks department said in a statement that the closure is a result of a review of the response to the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts and the recent loss of life in the state.
• Another man was killed after a confrontation with police during a traffic stop in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Authorities were still searching Saturday for a suspect who had been driving a vehicle, according, NBC station WKMG-TV.
• President Donald Trump, who has previously said he would allow transgender students to use the bathrooms that match their gender identity, said Saturday he will allow transgender people to use restrooms that match who they are.
“The bathroom is a state issue.
That’s what it is,” Trump said at a White House news conference with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
“I think it’s very important for everybody to understand that.”
Trump was speaking at a press conference on a visit to the U.S.-Mexico border.
He also said that the U:s government would begin the process of issuing permits to people to begin using the bathrooms and locker rooms that match the gender on their birth certificate.
“We’re going to start with the state and then we’re going all the way through, and then I’m going to make the decision,” Trump told reporters.