In this news brief: Police make an arrest in the Seminole Heights Murders; Good news for homeowners in Tampa Bay; Spirit Airlines announces daily nonstop flights from Tampa to Los Angeles and Las Vegas; A first look at Busch Garden’s Newest Serengeti member.
In this news brief: Tampa police and local organizations are stepping up their efforts in Seminole Heights; Two Tampa beaches close for high levels of bacteria; The USF football team has had an impressive season and tonight they’re playing in primetime; Busch Gardens is asking you to name their newest baby.
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 episode: an online sting uncovers 13 child predators in Sarasota; MOSI is moving to downtown Tampa; adult leaders with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes are banned from Hillsborough County schools; state Senator Joe Negron visits the University of South Florida; Busch Gardens releases footage of two baby sloths.
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 Florida Focus episode: Florida tourism reaches an all-time high; $15,000 reward offered for locating missing Brandon woman; guards shoot and kill an armed man in a St. Pete convenience store; USF Sundome ranks fifth best in university venues; a new baby gorilla is born at Busch Gardens.