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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]

Home Prices Rise Across Tampa Bay

  • 3:37 am Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 by Ann Kelly

It’s good news for homeowners across Tampa Bay with prices still on the rise as of last month. A story in this morning’s Tampa Bay Times cites Pasco as having the greatest increase. But sales in Pinellas and Hillsborough have gone done due to a lack of homes that are affordable to most buyers.

There have been four bomb threats in the past week at Central High School in Brooksville causing a lockdown. Hernando County Sheriff Al Neinhause believes all four are related and is asking for help from students and parents. The Sheriff said even if the person [More]

Severe Weather Triggers Fire, Skyway Shut Down

  • 3:36 am Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Yesterday’s severe weather shut down the Sunshine Skyway, caused power outages and wind damage. Lightning sparked a mobile home fire at a salvage yard in St Petersburg on 4th St North that completely destroyed the trailer. The owner was able to escape, but his dog did not. Cooler,  dryer weather is on the way today but it will still be windy.

Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri told the Pinellas County Comissioners at yesterday’s meetings that it will cost almost $24 million additional dollars to put  school resource officers in schools by July 1st.  No action was taken on the [More]

The Latest On Cirque Performer

  • 3:32 am Tuesday, March 20th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner will issue their report on the death of Cirque du Soleil performer Yann Arnau. Arnaud died at Tampa General Hospital following a fall during Saturday night’s performance in Tampa. Arnaud had been with Cirque for the past fifteen years. Sunday’s final shows were canceled.

The brother of the accused Parkland shooting suspect showed up at Majorie Stoneman Douglas High School yesterday and was promptly arrested. He had been warned to stay way from the school by police and said he just wanted to “soak it in.”

The NHL Playoffs that begin April 11th and the Tampa [More]

Lightning Back In Playoffs

  • 3:44 am Monday, March 19th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

The NHL Playoffs begin April 11th and the Tampa Bay Lightning will be there. This makes the fourth appearance in the last five years for the Bolts.

Cirque du Soleil performer Yann Arnaud died at Tampa General Hospital following a fall during Saturday night’s performance in Tampa. Arnaud had been with Cirque for the past fifteen years. Sunday’s final shows were canceled.

All six of the victims of the bridge collapse at Florida International University in Miami have been identified, one of them a FIU student. Students return to class today and the first lawsuit is also expected to [More]

Winn-Dixie To Close Ten Bay Area Locations

  • 3:39 am Friday, March 16th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Winn-Dixie announced the closure of 94 stores yesterday as part of their Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. That includes these ten stores here in the Bay area that the company classified as “underperforming.” This follows the news of closing 740 of their stores. putting 30,000 jobs are at risk. The online store will stay open for a few weeks as they look for a buyer. The liquidation includes the Babies R Us stores and holdings worldwide.

A pedestrian bridge that connected Florida International University with the city of Sweetwater collapsed yesterday, killing at least six people. First responders also evacuated [More]

Guilty Plea Entered; Students and Educators Remembered

  • 3:35 am Thursday, March 15th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer entered a not guilty plea on behalf of accused Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz Wednesday. Prosecutors are asking for the death penalty in the shooting deaths of 17 students and teachers.

Students across the nation walked out of class yesterday in memory of those seventeen who died in Parkland on Valentines Day. 1,500 Students at Clearwater High School  were among those who remembered the students and educators who died.

It looks like Toys R Us is about to close all 740 of their stores. 30,000 jobs are at risk. The online store will stay open for [More]

Walkout Wednesday

  • 3:27 am Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Students across the nation may walk out of their classroom today. “Walkout Wednesday” was prompted the shooting deaths of seventeen students at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Students in the Bay area who participate are warned about destructive behavior, but most school districts say they respect the students right to participate and they will not be disciplined for leaving class. Prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty against the accused shooter in Parkland. Nikolas Cruz will be in court this morning for the formal arraignment.

Bay area residents and those statewide who have [More]

Students And Walkout Wednesday

  • 3:32 am Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Students across the nation may leave their classrooms Wednesday. “Walkout Wednesday” was prompted the shooting deaths of seventeen students at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Students in the Bay area who participate are warned about destructive behavior, but most school districts say they respect the students right to participate and they will not be disciplined for leaving class.

Residents of Barclay Road in New Port Richey want to know if that depression that opened in their neighborhood last Thursday is a depression or a sinkhole. Engineers are still keeping an eye on the eight foot wide [More]

FEMA Ends Voucher Program

  • 3:56 am Monday, March 12th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Bay area residents and those statewide who have been depending on hotel vouchers since Hurricane Irma will now have to find another way to find a home. FEMA ended the program this past Saturday, March 10th. Over 27,000 persons statewide took advantage of the program, and the majority of those have found housing. FEMA is taking calls for those who still need a place to live. Just call 211 or check in with them online. FEMA funds for Hurricane Maria refugees also ended last month.

Get ready for more travel delays to the northeast. The third nor’easter in [More]

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