Hurricane Supply Drive Today To Aid Hurricane Michael Victims 

Posted: 3:35 am Friday, October 12th, 2018

By Ann Kelly


DUV.pngHurricane 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, diapers, baby formula and non-perishable food items. If you’re not able to make it you can still make a monetary donation to the American Red Cross Hurricane Michael Disaster Relief & Donations page.



Hurricane Michael is also being blamed for the return of red tide to the Bay area. Winds pushed more of the toxic tide on shore along with dead fish. At least 145 miles of Florida coastline have been hit by red tide. You can get the latest map from the FWC now.



PThe Coyote Challenge, sponsored by Georgia's state Department of Natural Resources, encourages the killing of coyotes between March and owners in St Pete are being warned to keep an eye on their pets. Coyotes have been spotted around the city. You’re advised to keep pets indoors and not leave pet food outdoors.



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. The city of St Pete has additional information to help those affected here.



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