The Dove Daily Update 

Bay Area First Responders Head To Panhandle

  • 6:07 pm Sunday, October 14th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

More first responders from the Bay area have headed up to the Panhandle to assist with recovery after Hurricane Michael. Hillsborough County Sheriff’s deputies were deployed Sunday and headed up with supplies they bought themselves. Crews from Hillsborough Fire Rescue are also in the Panhandle to help. At least 18 people have died.

A Lakeland mother died after trying to rescue her children who were caught in currents off St Pete Beach Saturday. Samar Aboukhdair died after she and other Good Samaritans went into the water to help the children. All the children were rescued safely but Aboukhdair, who was in critical condition [More]

Hurricane Supply Drive Today To Aid Hurricane Michael Victims

  • 3:35 am Friday, October 12th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Hurricane Michael is being blamed for at least six deaths so far. It hit with winds of 155 mph winds causing catastrophic damage. Landfall was on Mexico Beach as the most powerful hurricane to hit the continental US in the past 50 years. Losses are estimated at close to $8 billion dollars The recovery phase will kick in now and 105.5 The Dove will be on site today at the Walmart Supercenter at 1505 North Dale Mabry in Tampa between 5 am – 7 pm collecting supplies that are most needed in the aftermath of a hurricane, included bottled water, [More]

Hurricane Michael Makes Landfall

  • 3:20 am Thursday, October 11th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

The Tampa Bay Lightning started the season with a 2-1 shoot-out win against the Florida Panthers last Saturday night at Amalie Arena. Next up for the Bolts will be Vancouver Thursday night at Amalie Arena at 7:30 pm . For a complete schedule and ticket information please click here.The Bucs are also in action this weekend n Atlanta on Sunday. Jameis Winston will start for the Bucs.

A company that the city of St Pete uses to process parking tickets, pay bill and more had a data breach affecting 28,000 customers. Click2Gov told the city they found malware on their [More]

Michael Now A Category Four Storm

  • 3:51 am Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Hurricane Michael is now a dangerous Category Four storm, and still on track to make landfall in the Florida Panhandle sometime today. In the Bay area we’re under a Tropical Storm Watch and Storm Surge watch There are 35 counties under a state of emergency including Citrus, Pasco, Hernando, Pinellas, Hillsborough and Manatee Counties. Sandbags are available for some Bay area residents in low-lying areas, and there is a voluntary evacuation order in place for Hernando and Pasco counties coastal zones. Flooding is a concern at high tide in the Bay area today. For more information on where to get sandbag locations [More]

Tracking Hurricane Michael

  • 3:28 am Tuesday, October 9th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Hurricane Michael is still on track to make landfall somewhere in the Florida Panhandle possible Wednesday. In the Bay area we’re under a Tropical Storm Watch and Storm Surge watch There are 35 counties under a state of emergency including Citrus, Pasco, Hernando, Pinellas, Hillsborough and Manatee Counties. Sandbags are available for some Bay area residents in low-lying areas, and there is a voluntary evacuation order in place for Hernando county coastal zones levels A and B beginning at 8 am today. For more information on closures, evacuations and sandbag locations click here. Keep track of the storm and make sure you’re ready [More]

Tracking Tropical Activity

  • 5:22 pm Sunday, October 7th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Tropical Storm Michael is moving into the Gulf of Mexico. Landfall will be somewhere along the Florida Panhandle by Wednesday, possibly Thursday morning. Governor Scott has already declared a state of emergency for counties in the Panhandle and the Big Bend area. Keep track of the storm and make sure you’re ready in the Dove Hurricane Guide at wduv.com.

The Tampa Bay Lightning started the season with a 2-1 shoot-out win against the Florida Panthers Saturday night at Amalie Arena. Next up for the Bolts will be Vancouver Thursday night at Amalie Arena at 7:30 pm . [More]

St Pete Police Seek Missing Mother, Son

  • 7:26 pm Thursday, October 4th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

A St Petersburg mother and her one-year-old son remain missing. Police found a car in Pinellas Park that Sydney Wyatt, 28, and her one-year-old son, Future Johnson were in when they were last seen. If you have any information please call St. Pete Police at 727-893-7780.

The Tampa Bay Lightning open the season at home this weekend with a 7 pm game against the Florida Panthers at Amalie Arena. For a complete schedule and ticket information please click here.

A company that the city of St Pete uses to process parking tickets, pay bill and more had a data breach [More]

More Red Tide Possible On East Coast Beaches

  • 4:49 pm Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Red tide is now on Florida’s east coast, with new reports of dead fishing washing up on beaches. A new report from The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission confirms low-to-medium concentrations in water samples from the waters off the coast of Palm Beach County. A few beaches have been closed in Palm Beach and Martin counties.

A company that the city of St Pete uses to process parking tickets, pay bill and more had a data breach affecting 28,000 customers. Click2Gov told the city they found malware on their server and anyone who used the third-party payer between Aug [More]

City Site Hit By Data Breach

  • 1:08 pm Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018 by Ann Kelly

A company that the city of St Pete uses to process parking tickets, pay bill and more had a data breach affecting 28,000 customers. Click2Gov told the city they found malware on their server and anyone who used the third-party payer between Aug 11, 2018 and Sept 25, 2018 may have had their personal information compromised. Your can contact the city of St, Petersburg with you concerns.

The national Emergency Alert System (EAS) and the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) system will be tested today around 2:18 pm and will last for about 30 minutes. An alert will be sent to [More]

Rays Buying Rowdies

  • 3:58 am Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018 by Ann Kelly

The Tampa Bay Rays are reportedly buying the Tampa Bay Rowdies soccer team. With that deal the Rays would also gain control of Al Lang Stadium. A press conference is scheduled for later today.

Red tide is now on Florida’s east coast. A new report from The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission confirms low-to-medium concentrations in water samples from the waters off the coast of Palm Beach County. A few beaches have been closed in Palm Beach and Martin counties.

The national Emergency Alert System (EAS) and the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) system will be tested Wednesday [More]