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Donaldson Held Without Bond

  • 3:37 am Friday, December 1st, 2017 by Ann Kelly

Tampa Police are holding 24 year old Howell Emanuel Donaldson without bond until his next hearing on Tuesday. Donaldson is charged with four counts of first degree of murders in Seminole Heights. HART has resumed regular bus service for Route 9 in Seminole Heights now that police have Donaldson in custody.

Hurricane season is officially over, and it unfortunately lived up to the expert’s predictions. The “hyper-active” season saw 17 named storms, with September bringing in deadly hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.

Is that nice, fresh Christmas tree bugged? One pest control agency says it’s possible for up to 25,000 bugs [More]

Seminole Heights Shooter Facing Four Counts Of First Degree Murder

  • 3:57 am Thursday, November 30th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

Tampa Police arrested 24 year old Howell Emanuel Donaldson who now faces four counts of first degree of murders in Seminole Heights. He was arrested at a McDonalds in Ybor. There’s still no reported motive for the killings, but Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan said they received 5,000 tips in the case. HART will resume regular bus service for Route 9 in Seminole Heights now that police have Donaldson in custody.

Both Tampa and St Pete lose out on acquiring a major league soccer team for now. The first round of expansion cities was announced with Cincinnati, Detroit, Nashville and Sacramento [More]

Police Charge Suspect In Seminole Heights Shooting

  • 3:48 am Wednesday, November 29th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

Tampa Police arrested 24 year old Howell Emanuel Donaldson yesterday and charged him four counts of murder in the Seminole Heights shootings. He was arrested at a McDonalds in Ybor City after TPD received a tip about a man with a gun there.

There’s an anti-bullying bill being proposed in Tallahassee that has some parents upset. It basically give parents who’s child is being bullied a voucher to send them to another school but allows the bully to stay at that school. That bill would come with an annual price tag of $30 million dollars. You can see the [More]

Seminole Asks Residents To “Light The Heights”

  • 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]

Cyber Monday Sales Expected To Set Record

  • 3:32 am Monday, November 27th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

Black Friday shoppers managed to spend some $5 billion dollars online. Now that it’s Cyber Monday experts think today’s sales will set another online record with at $6 billion.

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 [More]

Thanksgiving Travel Will Cost More; Weapons Checks At TIA

  • 3:33 am Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017 by Ann Kelly

The busiest travel days of the year are here, and at Tampa International Airport they’re confiscating more weapons than ever. Security has already found 86 guns, setting a new record. If you’re traveling with a gun, you’re reminded it must be in a locked case and checked with your luggage. If you don’t you could face jail time and a fine of up to $12,000.

If you are traveling this Thanksgiving, you’ll find the highest gas prices since 2014. Last year alone we were paying around $2.00 a gallon and right now it’s closer to $2.50. For a few tips on [More]

NTSB Releases Halladay Preliminary Report

  • 3:32 am Tuesday, November 21st, 2017 by Ann Kelly

A preliminary report was released by the NTSB yesterday on the fatal flight of former major league pitched Roy Halladay. It confirmed Halladay took off from Odessa and did not file a flight plan. It also confirmed reports from witnesses that said the plan had climbed sharply before it went nose down into the Gulf. The full report won’t be out for a few months.

With four still 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.

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Seminole Heights Holds Day of Giving

  • 3:27 am Monday, November 20th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

With four still unsolved murders in Seminole Heights, residents came together Saturday to unite for the annual Day of Thanks. That included Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn handing out turkeys, and churches providing food and clothing. The reward has grown to $100,000 for information leading the arrest of the suspect. If you can help call 1-800-873-TIPS.

Two men were lucky to walk away from the crash of their four-seater plane in Clearwater Sunday afternoon. The pilot told investigators he had engine trouble and crashed on Keene at Sunset Point. closing that road for five hours. The FAA is investigating.

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Reward Rises For Seminole Shooter

  • 3:22 am Thursday, November 16th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

At a press conference Wednesday afternoon, Tampa Police released additional video on a person they are now considering a suspect in Tuesday’s morning shooting in Seminole Heights of a Tampa man to the three previous murders. The  description they have of a suspect in the death of Ron Felton is a thin, tall black man. You’re asked to call TPD with any information at 1-800-873-TIPS. The reward is now up to $91,000 for information leading the the arrest of that suspect.

There’s big changes coming to the Howard Frankland Bridge. The second of two public meetings will be held tonight at [More]

Reward Rises In Seminole Heights Shooting

  • 4:35 am Wednesday, November 15th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

Join The Dove for our Feed the Bay food drive for the Pasco County chapter of Metropolitan Ministries today at the Wal Mart on Land O Lakes Blvd in Lutz. Ann Kelly will be live from 6-10 am accepting your donations of non-perishable food items.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.

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