In this news brief: The suspect in the Seminole Heights murders is being held without bail; a homeowner shoots an intruder in Clearwater; there is a projected Christmas tree shortage; Santa’s elves and the Polk Museum of Art will help with your holiday shopping.
In this news brief: Jury selection in a quadruple murder trial begins; A Tampa woman is injured in an early morning shooting; The University of South Florida holds its first annual “Slut Walk”; Tampa International Airport is growing, adding 69 new shops; Dave and Buster’s opens its first in Tampa.
In this news brief: five Sarasota schools are forced to go on lockdown; an officer-involved shooting in Clearwater ends with one man dead; an early morning motel fire in Clearwater forces 50 people to evacuate; three suspected human traffickers in Tampa are arrested as part of a nationwide investigation; TECO’s streetcars are turning 15 years old.
In this news brief: A house fire in Lakeland leaves one person dead; a bystander is injured in a shooting; police are teaching K-9s water rescue skills; Lowe’s is hiring 200 employees to help Irma recovery efforts; local breweries are working together to make a beer with proceeds going towards hurricane relief.
In this episode: Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn addresses the state of the city; a Tampa home fire leaves 12 people homeless; a seven-year-old girl is dead after a Lake Wales crash; a man is dead after a visit to the barbershop; the Pinellas Department of Health gives food recommendations for hurricane season.
In this episode: Tampa looks for solutions to help commuter parking; a man is killed after attempting to rob a liquor store; a Trinity Man is dead after a bizarre road rage incident; and the Hillsborough River gets ready to go green.
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.