In today’s episode of Florida Focus: early voting figures are calculated; wrong-way driving accidents in Tampa continue; a St. Pete man is beaten to death; an escaped inmate search continues in Tampa Bay; a local philanthropist and business man is changing the look of downtown St. Pete.
In today’s episode of Florida Focus: two accidents shut down US Hwy 19; World Stroke Day is recognized in Tampa; customers protest Duke Energy; Hellview Cemetery Haunted House in St. Petersburg is a free and charitable attraction this Halloween.
In this episode of Florida Focus: An American Airlines pilot was sentenced and charged with possession of child porn; a twelve year old Palmetto boy bought illegal drugs to his middle school; prices at the pumps hit a four year nation wide low; a broken water main in Tampa; “Pink heals” tour at Moffit cancer center.
In today’s episode of Florida Focus: A quadruple homicide suspect pleads not guilty in a Pasco County court room; an overnight fight in a McDonald’s parking lot led to a smashed car and gunshots in St. Petersburg; a 20 ton tree removal crane toppled over yesterday in Largo; a man died after losing control of his vehicle in Port Richey; good news continues at the pumps as gas prices are the lowest we’ve seen since 2010.
This week on Florida Focus: A St. Petersburg mother is arrested for child abuse, a Polk County crossing guard is hit by a car, Florida Prepaid’s plan prices are halved, and the Historic Tampa Theatre turns 88.
In this episode of Florida Focus: SWAT situation in Largo leaves two dead; truck crashes into Land O’ Lakes home; tractor trailer full of Crisco is stolen in St. Pete; Chris Donery checks out the free coffee this week at RaceTrac gas stations.
In this episode of Florida Focus: a total lunar eclipse resulted in a blood moon; a Polk County girl was sent to Tampa General Hospital with the enterovirus; a Wesley Chapel movie theater will recreate a crime scene; local law enforcement escorted kids on International Walk to School Day.
This episode of Florida Focus, for Oct. 6, covers news from around the region and state.
Thousands of Hillsborough County voters received mail-in ballots this week. Voters will be able to request mail-in ballots until Oct. 29.
Clearwater Police are searching for two suspects using stolen credit cards from vehicle burglaries.
A 15-year-old Tarpon Springs girl was the victim of a hit and run accident. The girl was seriously injured and airlifted to a nearby hopsital. The driver later returned and was arrested for fleeing the scene of a crime.
A seaplane crashed during a lesson near Davis Islands Park, police reported that two people were rescued and they are in good condition.
East Lake Community Library offers a Halloween costume swap for parents. Costumes can be swapped or bought new for $5. All proceeds will go to the library.