In this episode a sink hole forces Tarpon Spring residents from their homes; a spice bust takes place in Hillsborough County; Raymond James Stadium undergoes renovations; Amazon’s Ruskin location opens today; and the Gasparilla International Film Festival kicks off tonight.
In this episode: a standoff in St. Pete; three dead after a stolen vehicle crashes into cemetery pond; Pasco County Task Force is meeting to find a solution for traffic; MCAT buses transport passengers across county lines; and parts of Pinellas County are enforcing new water restrictions.
In this episode: state legislatures complete this years budget; Mayor Bob Buckhorn’s request for funding of his park renovations was denied; a new app is released allowing users to see crime reports in their area; Democratic presidential candidates will visit Tampa; and IHOP has their National Pancake Day.
In this episode: a sixteen-car nightmare crash on the Howard Frankland; new pedestrian traffic signals at an East Tampa intersection; Marco Rubio rally at the Tampa Convention Center; an apartment that caught fire twice in one day; and cold weather escape preparation at Tampa International Airport.
In this episode, intruders break into a home in Tampa to steal electronics and jewelry; Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay re-enact a cold case; increase of house flipping in Tampa area; Strawberry Festival opens; you can earn tickets for the Strawberry Festival by donating blood.
In this episode: a nine-year-old girl is hit while waiting to board her school bus, two people and their dog are killed in a Lakeland mobile home fire, gas prices continue to rise, President Obama announces a historic trip to Cuba with the Tampa Bay Rays and the bay area ranks in the top 50 best metropolitan areas to live nationwide.
In this episode: a 72 year-old bicyclist dies; An argument in St. Pete leaves one hospitalized; Pinnelas beaches warn of rip currents; The tallest building in St. Pete will be built Friday; Plans to renovate Tampa Park.
In this episode: New transportation taxes, Backyard gun-ranges officially banned, Bradenton homebuilder joins Senate race, a new study just how much drivers engage in risky behaviors, and the Tampa Theater plans to host an Oscar party.
In this episode: A fatal crash leaves one dead and four hospitalized; Dashboard footage reveals a Sarasota wrong-way driver; Gunn Highway and Linebaugh Avenue will undergo road construction to enhance safety; Scientists come to Florida to discuss citrus greening; The Tampa Convention Center is providing tours of the Spanish ship, El Galeon.
In this episode of Florida Focus: cigarettes start house fires, new bus program gets implemented, cheaper ferry rides, strawberries recovering from a warm winter, the Florida Aquarium takes a research trip to Cuba, and there’s another winning lottery ticket out there.