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Bucs Lose To Chicago

  • 4:00 pm Sunday, September 30th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

The Buccaneers lost to the Chicago Bears Sunday 48-10. Ryan Fitzpatrick started for the Bucs with Jameis Winson taking over the second half. This next week is a bye week for the team, with the next game in Atlanta on the 14th.

There are new laws going into effect Monday, one of which is designed to help first responders who suffer from PTSD. Another will increase penalties against anyone found guilty of animal abuse. For a full list of the new laws check here.

A JSO K-9 died in the line of duty over the weekend.Jacksonville Sheriff’s deputies were going [More]

Publix Adding 700 Jobs

  • 3:23 am Friday, September 28th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Publix will be adding 700 jobs over the next ten years to their corporate offices in Lakeland. Since the existing buildings are too small to accommodate that many new employees new office space is part of the expansion plans, with a completion date of 2020.

An Amber Alert is out for two children from Live Oak who may be traveling with as many as 13 other people, Brian Mejias, 7, and Gabriela Mejias, 6 may in a black Toyota Camry. If you have any information on these children please contact the Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office at 386-362-2222 or 911

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Red Tide Strong Offshore

  • 3:34 am Thursday, September 27th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Red Tide may not be as visible on the beaches in PInellas county but there’s plenty offshore. The bloom is still out in the Guld, extending 135 miles of coastline from northern Pinellas to northern Collier counties. The economic impact in Pinellas County alone is already considerable. A survey of 40 businesses has the total losses so far at 128.8 million dollars. Florida Fish and Wildlife released that new information yesterday with a new report later this week.

The Bucs drop to 2-1 after the Monday night loss to the Steelers on Monday Night Football. So who will take the field on [More]

Teacher’s Aide Charged With Child Abuse

  • 3:19 am Wednesday, September 26th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

A teacher’s aide in Pasco County is accused of abusing a student with autism on a school bus. Derek Simpson is an ESC assistant instructor at Wesley Chapel High School and is now charged with two counts of child abuse after he was seen on videotape holding the child down to the point where he allegedly caused back injuries. The student was in a seat belt harness at the time. Simpson is on paid administrative leave and was booked into the Lane O’ Lakes jail.

A sad distinction for Pinellas County, It now ranks at the most dangerous place to ride [More]

Bucs Lose To Steelers In Monday Night Football

  • 3:22 am Tuesday, September 25th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

The Bucs drop to 2-1 after last night’s loss to the Steelers on Monday Night Football, Former Buc’s coach Tony Dungy wwas be honored at halftime, as he was inducted inthe the Ring of Honor. QB Jameis Winston sat out that game, the final of his three-game suspension for allegedly groping an Uber driver. That driver is now suing Winston.

This is National Voter Registration Day. Even if you’re already registered it’s the perfect time to double check your registration to make sure all your information is correct. We have a county-by-county list for where to go or log [More]

New Tropical Storm Forms

  • 3:31 am Monday, September 24th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

A new tropical storm formed over the weekend. Kirk is south of the Cabo Verde Islands and movement should continue to the west for now. Track all tropical activity online in the WDUV Hurricane Guide and make sure you have all preparations in place for the season.

Well known Tampa attorney Barry Cohen was laid to rest after dying from leukemia on Saturday at the age of 79. His memorial service was held Sunday at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center.

The Bucs play tonight on Monday Night Football, going for their third win in a row with backup QB Ryan Fitzpatrick. [More]

Visit Florida Criticized For Red Tide Response

  • 3:39 am Friday, September 21st, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Visit Florida is being hit with a lot of criticism over what see as a less then timely response to the red tide crisis. Visit Florida  is partially funded with tax-payer dollars. Business owners say an email out this week was just too late. You can see that email here.. But there is an app now for Pinellas County residents to see how things are in the county. Florida Fish and Wildlife will a new map available today.

This Saturday is Museum Day with free admission to some 20 Bay area museums that include the Tampa Museum of [More]

Red Tide Smells Bad And Makes Some Sick

  • 3:33 am Thursday, September 20th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

The red tide in Pinellas County is making people sick, especially for those with respiratory problems. Florida Fish & Wildlife’s latest report came out yesterday and shows high concentrations of red tide in five counties including Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte and Lee counties. To track the levels of red tide, check the latest map from Florida Fish and Wildlife.

There’s been an arrest in the murder of Tampa Bay artists and muralist Matt Callahan. Keith Mauga, 34, will be charged with manslaughter. Police say he allegedly punched Callahan back in April leading to his death at Tampa General Hospital two day later.

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Arrest Made In Matt Callahan Death

  • 3:23 am Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

There’s been an arrest in the murder of Tampa Bay artists and muralist Matt Callahan. Keith Mauga, 34, will be charged with manslaughter. Police say he allegedly punched Callahan back in April leading to his death at Tampa General Hospital two day later.

Florida Fish & Wildlife’s latest report came out Friday and shows high concentrations of red tide in five counties including Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte and Lee counties. A small portion of Northwest Florida is also affected. To track the levels of red tide, check the latest map from Florida Fish and Wildlife. 

First responders from the Bay area were airlifted into some of [More]

Bay Area First Responders In North Carolina

  • 3:42 am Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

First responders from the Bay area were airlifted into some of the hardest hit areas of North Carolina after flooded roads cut off their routes. An Army Chinook took them in and so far they’ve helped rescue and evacuate more than 2,600 people and at least 300 animals from flooded areas, Many of the rivers are expected to crest Wednesday or Thursday with major flooding. Right now the city of Wilmington is virtually cut off from the rest of North Carolina.

If you want to make a donation to those affected by Florence, be careful. Give only to organizations you know and trust or directly to the [More]

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