Posted: 3:43 am Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

Lighting Win Third In A Row 

By Ann Kelly

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win-threeThe Lightning remain undefeated, winning their third game in a row last night. Final score was 4-3. And the Buc’s Vincent Jackson is out with an ACL injury. He has been place on injured reserve for now. Jackson had an MRI Tuesday after he experienced pain in his left knee after the win over the Panther’s where he played the entire game.

 

Hillsborough County Commissioners have a $600 million dollar transportation vote this morning to get funding for projects that would hopefully alleviate congestion in the area. That money will be used over the next years.

 

 

debate_ticketRegal Cinemas will open their doors to the public to watch tonight’s Presidential Debate. To see where in the Bay area you can watch, just check here.

 

St Pete Police officer Anthony Green is facing his second DUI charge after he was found passed out behind the wheel Tuesday morning. He refused a blood alcohol test after they fphoto-pcso-wtsp-ten-newsound him on Gulf Blvd and Madeira Way on Tuesday. For now, it’s leave without pay.

 

mosaic-sinkholeEngineers at the sinkhole at the Mosaic Plant in Polk County are using laser-mapping equipment to see just how deep that sinkhole is. They’ve determined that hole is 220 feet deep from the very top of the gypsum stack, taking it some 30 feet below ground level. Mosaic Vice President for Operations Herschel Morris said the company may start pumping concrete grout into the sinkhole by December at a cost of some $50 million dollars.

 

snake-photo-tim-mowka-wtspSeeing a snake isn’t unusual at all here in Florida, but seeing one slithering up your windshield when you’re stopped on 19 in Dunedin is. Tim Mowka of Clearwater thinks his unwanted visitor may have climbed under the hood when he was in Weeki Wachee over the weekend. He took a few pictures when he pulled over and hasn’t seen the snake since it slithered off the hood. Hopefully not back under the hood. Photo from Tim Mowkay and WTSP Ten News.