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Know Your Zone

  • 3:27 am Thursday, April 5th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

As we approach the start of hurricane season Florida state officials are asking residents who do not live in evacuation zones to think twice about leaving when a storm is approaching.  They want to make sure resources are available for people who really need them. Their message is to “know your zone, know your home.”

If you love your blueberries, you may not love the prices this season. The one-two punch of Hurricane Irma and frost from the cold weather damaged some crops. The Florida Blueberry Growers Association has said just about every farm in the state had [More]

Fish For Free This Weekend; Bolts Post Shutout Win

  • 3:31 am Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

This weekend you can freshwater fish without a license in Florida. Florida Fish and Wildlife holds the annual event to encourage anglers to get out and enjoy a day fishing. But saltwater fishing for free isn’t until June. Here’s the days you can head out and enjoy a day fishing for free.

It was a 4-0 shutout of Boston for the Lightning last night. Fans can look forward to those single game tickets for the first round playoffs for the Stanley Cup will going on sale Friday morning at 10 am. The Lightning have home field advantage for games one [More]

Stanley Cup Playoff Tickets Going On Sale

  • 3:35 am Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Single game tickets for the first round playoffs for the Stanley Cup will go on sale in Tampa Friday morning at 10 am. The Lightning have home field advantage for games one and two which will be sometime during the week of April 12th. The Lightning say they expect team captain Steve Stamkos to be ready to play after he left a game over the weekend with an aggravated lower body injury.

It might to tougher to find a spot on the sand soon. Starting July 1st access to the beach that’s behind private business and homes could be restricted.  [More]

Lightning Captain Stamkos Out With Injury

  • 3:33 am Monday, April 2nd, 2018 by Ann Kelly

The Lightning lost to the Predators 4-1 Sunday. Lightning Captain Steve Stamkos had to leave the game with a lower-body injury in the second period. That loss drops the team two points below Boston in the race for first place.

Someone broke into over the weekend taking a cash register that was empty. Thanks to an in-store security camera that have a picture of the thief. They want the person caught, but they also say they’d like to help this person out.

A major data breach of Under Armour and their popular app called MyFitnessPal may affect some 150 million [More]

Personal Info Compromised In Data Breach

  • 3:39 am Friday, March 30th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

A major data breach of Under Armour and their popular app called MyFitnessPal may affect some 150 million users. The hack happened in February, and Under Armour says this breach did not affect any payment information. They’re advising users to change their passwords.

The Tampa Bay Times says a a developer has a plans for a new project that would link downtown Tampa with the Westshore area. The project “Midtown Tampa” would consist of a mix of both residential and retail space along with office space and possibly a boutique hotel. The Bromley Company out of New York is the [More]

New Evac Zones In Pasco County

  • 3:38 am Thursday, March 29th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

There is a new hurricane evacuation map in place for residents of Pasco County. One of the biggest changes is a change from Zone B to Zone A in Hudson. For a look at the map and more click here.

A story in the Tampa Bay Times says a a developer has a plans for a new project that would link downtown Tampa with the Westshore area. The project “Midtown Tampa” would consist of a mix of both residential and retail space along with office space and possibly a boutique hotel. The Bromley Company out of New York is the [More]

It’s Still Flu Season

  • 3:50 am Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Flu season is not over. The CDC is warning a second wave is underway. It’s the Type B that’s the biggest problem right now, and parent of small children are advised to keep an eye out for the usual symptoms.

St Pete Police continue to search for someone passing himself off as officer. A women reported being pulled over on 5th Ave South and 34th St and touched inappropriately Police say he was wearing a fake uniform with a badge and driving a white sedan that looked like a police car and have released new video possibly showing that car[More]

SPPD Searching For Fake Cop

  • 3:26 am Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

St Pete Police are on the lookout for someone passing himself off as officer after a women reported being pulled over on 5th Ave South and 34th St. He was wearing a fake uniform with a badge and driving a white sedan that looked like a police car. If you can help with any information call St Pete PD at (727) 893-7780.

The Blade Line Fire in Polk County continues to burn near Nalcrest, just to the east of Lake Wales. Some home were evacuated briefly over the weekend and it is still only about 50% contained. It’s wildfire season and [More]

Sunshine Protection Act Signed; Brush Fire Season

  • 3:29 am Monday, March 26th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Governor Scott signed the year-round Daylight Saving Time Bill on Friday, but it’s not law yet. The “Sunshine Protection Act” does need Congressional approval.

It’s brush fire season and Polk county firefighters were busy fighting a 450-acre fire off near Nalcrest, just to the east of Lake Wales. Some home were evacuated briefly, and as of last night the fire was about 50% contained.

After five bomb threats in four days in Brooksville at Central High School and Endeavor Academy yesterday a seventeen year old female student was arrested and charged with making a total of six false bomb [More]

Students Stay Home After More Threats

  • 3:29 am Friday, March 23rd, 2018 by Ann Kelly

After five bomb threats in four days a lot of students didn’t show up for school in Brooksville at Central High School and Endeavor Academy yesterday. Estimates are only ten per cent showed up for classes on Thursday. Hernando County Sheriff Al Neinhause believes the threats are related and coninutes to ask for information from students and parents. The Sheriff said even if the person who called in those threats is a juvenile he wants them charged as an adult.

Active shooter drills will be a part of the school day just as fire drills are before long across [More]

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