Aftermath Of Alberto 

Posted: 3:36 am Tuesday, May 29th, 2018

By Ann Kelly

Alberto made landfall in Laguna Beach in the Florida Panhandle yesterday. Now the greatest threat of what is left of the storm is possible flash flooding along with gusty winds as it moves inland.  Beachgoers in the Bay area are being warned about strong rip currents.

 

 

 

A North Carolina journalist who was a graduate of St Pete High School died when a tree fell on the news vehicle he was in. Anchor Mike McCormick and photojournalist Aaron Smeltzer were covering the storms hitting the Greenville area when they died. They worked for NBC affiliate WYFF in Greenville, South Carolina.

 

 

 

UPDATE – The sisters were found safer early this morning in Madeira Beach

St Pete Police are asking for our help to find two missing sisters. 11-year-old Callcinda Hall and 13-year-old Calina Hall have been missing since Monday afternoon and were last seen at their home on Fairfield Ave. South. Police think the two  girls are together. If you have any information call 727-893-7780 or text SPPD and your tip to TIP-411.

 

 

 

The Memorial Day weekend began with a service dog giving birth to eight puppies at Tampa International Airport on Friday. Eleanor “Ellie” Rigby had help from paramedics at TIA delivering seven males and one female as dad Nugget stood by.