Tampa Mayer And Police Chief On The Streets For Halloween 

Posted: 3:34 am Tuesday, October 31st, 2017

By Ann Kelly


Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Interim Police Chief Brian Dugan will be on the streets of Seminole Heights tonight along with the trick or treaters. They will both be in Giddens Park to hand out candy before heading out into the neighborhood. Three unsolved, and possibly connected murders in the area have the city on edge. There is video of a suspect here and a $35,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.


The Postcard Inn on St Pete Beach has officially been sold for almost $48 million dollars. The buyer is TPH Hotels and Resorts out of Boston. They plan upgrades for the hotel but did not provide details.


Pinellas County Schools will be part of a panel to assist those displaced by Hurricane Mariah. They’re teaming up with Pinellas County for a bilingual panel Thursday morning at 9:30 am at the St Petersburg College Clearwater location for the Hispanic Outreach Center’s United in Support event.


The Food for Florida event for Pasco County has been moved to November 5th– 8th at the Pasco County Fairgrounds. You can apply online ahead of time here.


Lakeland Electric has sent 20 workers to Puerto Rico to help restore power after Hurricane Irma decimated the island. And the Suncoast Animal League has also returned to rescue pets left behind. They are accepting donations and to see how you can help just click here