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: Hillary Clinton held a rally in downtown Tampa on her birthday; Pinellas voting equipment was publicly tested as election day nears; Tampa’s Citizen Review Board took a closer look at police officers’ use of body cameras; a Tarpon Springs woman found a kitten in her fender well.
In this episode: Bay Area religious leaders are demanding an end to the death penalty in Florida; a standoff with Pasco Police ends up with a death; a box truck driver is safe after plunging into Sarasota Bay; celebrating National Pasta Day in our area.
In this episode: Florida voter registration has been extended; Bill Clinton comes to Safety Harbour tonight while Donald Trump plans to campaign in Lakeland tomorrow; Hurricane Matthew has caused 80 insurance claims in Bay area counties; clown costumes have been pulled from local Goodwill shelves; the Tampa Police Department pays tribute to Lois Marrero.
In this episode: Sewage problems spread across the Bay area following Hurricane Hermine; Clearwater Police participated in opioid overdose training; City officials released new details about a High-Speed Ferry service; The church of Scientology hosted a prayer party for International Day of Peace.
In this episode a 17 month-old toddler was fatally shot; a man turns himself in after attacking his girlfriend and boss; a Saint Petersburg police officer is under investigation for domestic battery; Krispy Kreme celebrates “Talk Like a Pirate Day”.