Seminole Asks Residents To “Light The Heights” 

Posted: 3:32 am Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

By Ann Kelly

 

Residents in Seminole Heights are encouraging each other to “Light the Heights” with plenty of holiday lights. Volunteers have been going through the neighborhood asking people who live there to brighten the night since there is still no arrest in the four unsolved murders. The reward has grown to $110,000 for information leading the arrest of the suspect in the Seminole Heights shootings. If you can help call 1-800-873-TIPS.

 

If you bought protein bars at Aldi, take them back. The recall was issued for the Fit and Active bars that may have some small pieces of plastic in them. For more on which bars and how to return them, check here.

 

Is that nice, fresh Christmas tree bugged? One pest control agency says it’s possible for up to 25,000 bugs to live in one tree. Most of those die quickly but it’s a good idea to leave the tree in a safe place like the garage for a few days and then bring it inside.

 

Dan Mullen gets the job as the new head coach at the University of Florida. Mullen was the head coach at the University of Mississippi and takes over for Jim McElwain.

 

Pasco County has a problem with car burglaries. One guy even tried to break into a car with someone sitting inside. Unfortunately that person was a Pasco County deputy and that car was his unmarked vehicle. The Sheriff’s office reminds everyone to keep their doors locked and packages out of sight.

 

Metropolitan Ministries holiday tent is open in downtown Tampa at the corner of Cass and Nebraska. The need for donations is expected to be stronger than usual thanks to our hurricanes and families coming into the area from Puerto Rico. For more on what is needed click here.