In this news brief: President Donald Trump visits MacDill Air Force Base; a Bradenton man is in custody following a police standoff; Pasco County launches a recycling survey designed to better understand residents habits; a police dog and his partner are back to work.
In this environment brief: the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission finds a Florida Panther outside its known breeding range; the Rising Tide Exhibit at Busch Gardens is developing sustainable aquaculture; the number of manatees killed in Florida reaches an all-time high; the Florida Aquarium and Cuba are working together to preserve coral reefs.
In this news brief: the coast guard says they have recovered the body of missing passenger; a man is charged with aggravated battery for hitting a deputy with his car mirror; Tampa Police Department is teaming up with a national non-profit to help at-risk youth; a prime location on Bayshore Boulevard is set to be a 24 story condominium; Publix is selling heart shaped steaks to help celebrate Valentine’s Day.
In this news brief: An abused three-year-old is fighting for her life while her abuser is in jail; Tampa Police are looking for two credit card thieves; A neighborhood Walmart in St. Pete is now closed; The CDC releases recommended vaccines for adults; The Skyway Bridge turns 30.
In this episode, A serial robber hits his fourth store in less than 24 hours; A car theft ring is broken up; black Friday shopping commences; Hillsborough commissioners are sworn in; free ferry rides to St. Pete tomorrow
In this episode: A stolen vehicle was involved in a crash ; a Police officer was involved in a wrong way crash; a marijuana operation was discovered; Pendas law-firm kicked off their Turkey giveaway event and the Newsome High school band participates in the Thanksgiving Day parade.
In this episode: measles have been eliminated from the United States, and the World Health Organization says this is the first time it’s happened in an entire region; yogis from around the Bay Area gather in St. Pete to enjoy a yoga workout with beer and music.
In this episode: a motorcyclist crashes into the barrier wall on southbound I-275, flips into northbound lanes, and an oncoming Pinellas patrol car accidentally hits him; the USF student who reported a robbery earlier this week admits she fabricated the story, is charged with false reporting; a suspect from yesterday’s Chase bank robbery is identified; Florida Highway Patrol is hosting a job fair; big-cat rescue sanctuaries from across the country are working with Big Cat Rescue Tampa to give five tigers a new home.
In this episode: a toddler is hospitalized after being shot, police believe it was accidental; the University of South Florida is warning students to stay alert after a student is robbed on campus; a 15 year-old is arrested in Manatee County for having marijuana stuffed down one sock, and meth stuffed down the other; Pasco County Fire Rescue is supplying and installing smoke detectors for those who need them; pig carcasses block northbound lanes on I-75.
In this episode: an 8 year-old girl is hospitalized after being hit by a car’s side-view mirror; an Ybor City fight ends in a hit-and-run; Tampa joins cities across the nation in protest of the Dakota Access and Sabal Access Pipeline; XSCAPE Riverview 14 is a new movie theater set to open its doors.
In this episode: authorities respond to a fire inside a vacant mobile home and discovered anti-Trump messages on the neighboring home; one woman is dead and another is injured after their vehicle falls from a highway overpass; it’s Fraud Awareness Week and Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is hosting workshops to protect you; a new mobile app launches for Hart Buses in the USF and Carrollwood areas; a new art museum to break ground in St. Pete.
In this episode: a look at early voter turnout by race, age and ethnicity; poll monitors have been put at various voting locations across the nation; and Bay Area watch parties allow voters to follow election results live.
In this episode: Devon Lee Freeman is in custody, charged with second-degree murder for fatally shooting a Bradenton teen; Clearwater police are searching for a serial armed robber, suspected of hitting two Wal-Mart stores as well as a Seven-Eleven; a Disaster Recovery Center opens in Manatee County to assist victims of Hurricane Matthew; new bike lanes are coming to down town Tampa; the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrate our veterans with camouflage warm-up jerseys, holiday cards from fans to troops overseas during the Lightning’s Military Night at Amalie Arena.
In this episode: Uber and Lyft make a deal with the Public Transportation Commission; Charles Hunter Walton is charged with DUI man slaughter after striking and killing a 72 year-old crossing guard; a house fire breaks out in Ybor this morning and leaves a man dead; the University of South Florida is recognized for its commitment to veteran student success, ranked number one by the Military Times; a Lakeland woman wins $18 million dollars in the Florida Lottery.
In this episode: Florida breaks their early voting numbers; the Clinton Campaign is holding a get out the vote concert with Jimmy Buffet and Donald Trump rallies in Sarasota; Election officials release some safety tips on election day; and the Hillsborough county vote turn out becomes a good predictor for which presidential candidate will take the victory.
In this health episode: esearchers from the University of South Florida are working with St. Pete Fire Rescue to help prevent lower back injuries; Pinellas county is implementing healthy vending machine options.