SpaceX plans to launch its first cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station for 2022, Dragon CRS-2 SpX-25, on 2022-07-15 at 00:44 UTC, which will be in the evening of July 14th in western hemisphere time zones. The Webcast is expected to start around 20 minutes before liftoff.
This mission was originally scheduled for June 10, 2022, but encountered a series of delays after elevated levels of hydrazine were detected after loading maneuvering propellants into the cargo capsule. The source of the leak was identified and repaired. This Crew Dragon capsule, C208, has flown on two previous cargo missions to the ISS. The first stage booster, B1067, has flown four times before, including two crew and one cargo mission to the ISS.
Here is a NASA CRS-25 pre-launch media teleconference held on 2022-07-13: