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: 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: new ordinance for decriminalizing marijuana; Toyota recalls select cars for seat belt malfunctions; Clearwater is voted best beach by TripAdvisor; downtown Clearwater railroad crossing under construction; Busch Gardens releases new ride.
In this episode: more funding for mosquito control to prevent Zika spread; Sarasota schools considering transgender bathrooms; Triple-A pothole damage study; former athlete arrested on sex charges; theater museum opens and University Mall in Tampa.
In this episode: Plant City Police are looking for a bank robbery suspect; Donald Trump is coming to Tampa; A new apartment tower is coming to Downtown Tampa; A statue in Hyde Park raises awareness of homelessness.
In this episode: a student was arrested for loading a gun on a school bus, a shoplifter’s death is ruled a homicide, arrests are made in a string of car burglaries, a stolen car is crashed through a house, and the Medical Center of Trinity is lighting up red.
In this episode: Tampa Bay Crime Stoppers is working to deter gun violence; a Florida law firm is filing an energy drink lawsuit; medical marijuana legalization is resurfacing in the Florida House; Tampa Bay’s tourism industry is growing; the Tampa Bay Rays are releasing ticket promotions.
In this Florida Focus News Brief: A man is shot in the face at a Super Bowl party; a man is accused of attempted murder on a Pasco County deputy; Chipotle opened four hours late nationwide; Governor Rick Scott came to Tampa to announce 160 new jobs; Beyonce announced her new tour will kick off in Florida.
In this Florida Focus News Brief: a car hits into a local ice cream shop; a mall jewelry store is robbed; Rick Scott’s approval is low in Florida; a brewery is closed for violations; travel tips for the Thanksgiving.
In this Florida Focus brief, record high temperatures in Tampa for the month of November; Governor Rick Scott is asking lawmakers for one billion dollars in tax cuts; two people have died after their car crashes into a West Tampa home; a police raid uncovers a Tampa grow house; and Tampa gets a first look at the film “Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History.”
In this Florida Focus News Brief: A republican presidential front runner has a book tour stop; St. Petersburg kicks off elections; Hillsborough County School District opens new app; Publix is still the No. 1 supermarket; USF celebrates veterans
In this Florida Focus brief: an escaped inmate is spotted, a gas station is robbed in Temple Terrace, an RV fire breaks out, a Lakeland girl is arrested after using a social media site to post a video of herself drunk driving, and the Tampa Bay Bucs and Vision Mobile give free eye exams at a local elementary school.
In this Florida Focus Education Brief: Bay Area schools want guidelines for social media communication; the Kindness Corner bench is helping fulfill children’s emotional needs; a Florida bill would let students attend any school in the state.
In this Florida Focus Environment Brief: spoil islands serve as dumping grounds for dredged sand in Tampa Bay; Sea turtles are coming to nest; a national environmental group wants to stop a popular tourist tradition to protect manatees.