In this news brief: An 8-month-old is found in a stolen car in St. Pete, Hillsborough County teachers continue deliberations with School Board members, Community leaders work to make a dangerous section of road safer for pedestrians, The Florida Department of Health urges parents to get their babies vaccinated.
In this news brief: New Tariffs set by the Trump Administration are causing job cuts in the Tampa Bay Area; Former Police Chief Jane Castor is running for Tampa mayor; In April alone Pasco County Fire rescue has responded to two fatal drownings; Tampa is ranked as one of the friendliest cities in the U.S. according to Homes.com.
In this news brief: A Hernando County bus accident; Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Deputies collect 240 pounds of marijuana; A man is captured in a swamp; A person is injured in a skydiving accident; Tampa Bay Lightning set to play Game 4.
In this news brief: the #Sarasota Police Department is conducting an investigation after children find human remains; a Hernando County student is arrested for making a false bomb threat; the University of South Florida is exploring the idea of having an on-campus stadium; several Bay area post offices are staying open late to help you meet the tax filing deadline.
In this news brief: A month-long investigation into stolen cigarettes leads to fifteen arrests; Allegiant Airlines responds to the results of a 60-minute investigation; tomorrow is the deadline to file your federal taxes.
In this news brief: Tampa police investigate a suspicious package left at a school; The Polk County Sheriff’s office arrest a man for 20 robberies; The Florida Holocaust Museum observes Yom Hashoah today; Hurricane Irma is gone for good; a marine sergeant made a surprise homecoming.
In this news brief: A Clearwater firefigher is arrested for D.U.I.; St. Pete Mayor Rick Kriseman is joining a lawsuit against Governor Rick Scott; St. Pete officials are encouraging everyone to stop using plastic straws; two new stores are bringing Latin flavors to the bay area.
In this news brief: The Pinellas County school board approves new start times for most schools in the district; it’s equal pay day, and women are calling for an end to the wage gap. Two Sarasota police officers are injured after being hit by a car; there’s a new quick and easy way to save money at the gas pump.
In this news brief: A woman is killed in Zephyrhills this morning after she threatens a man with a gun. A crane collapses at the construction site of the new St. Pete police station. Civil rights groups are calling for body cameras for St. Pete police officers. Mayor Bob Buckhorn and the Tampa Police department are launching a new special needs registry.
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In this news brief: 16 men are accused of attempting to travel to have sex with minors; There’s a new non stop flight between Florida’s beaches and Music City; Whole Foods is moving their store less than a mile down the road; author of the new book Failing Up: How to Take Risks, Aim Higher, and Never Stop Learning
In this news brief: A murder investigation is underway after a woman is found dead in Manatee County; a Sarasota man is shot after aiming a pellet gun at police; gas prices are climbing; a new Seminole Heights restaurant has patrons talking with interesting menu options; and people around the Bay Area are wearing blue for World Autism Day.