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A 45-Year-Old Man Threatened to Kill an 11-Year-Old Who Beat Him in "Fortnite" | AM Tampa Bay | 970 WFLA
A guy in Virginia was arrested on Saturday for going to a grocery store, grabbing pieces of produce, pulling down his pants, rubbing them on his butt cheeks and putting them back on the shelves.
Hudson man accused of kidnapping, robbing and sexually battering woman in Pasco Co.
HUDSON, Fla. -- A 26-year-old Hudson man was arrested Monday and charged with sexual battery, kidnapping and robbery.
90 animals removed from Brooksville property, woman charged with animal cruelty
Deputies found horses, chickens, rabbits, dogs and cats on 46-year-old Crystal Crawford’s property in Brooksville.
'You'll never see her again': Pasco man arrested for trying to kidnap baby
NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. (WFLA) - A Pasco County man is behind bars, accused of trying to kidnap a six-month-old baby.
Pinellas woman warns of human trafficking dangers in viral Facebook post
DUNEDIN, Fla. — A Pinellas County woman is taking to social media to warn others about a potential human trafficking tactic she recently encountered at a local grocery store.Lynne Knowles says a man followed her through several aisles at her neighborhood Publix, recording her with his cell phone."I
Cpl. Steven Walker hit car and laughed during investigation, police say
According to police paperwork, Walker told the officer he had been driving alone when a dog or a coyote ran in front of him, causing him to swerve and hit the car. When the officer asked why Walker would swerve toward where the animal was running, Walker said he predicted the animal to "act like a s
FWC Report: Red tide concentrations increase in Pinellas County
PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) – A new FWC report says red tide concentrations have increased in Pinellas County.According to the FWC report, Florida red tide organism K. brevis concentrations decreased in central Manatee and southern Sarasota counties.Red tide was observed as background to high conce
Port Richey woman accused of stealing $500 motor home cover in Hudson
Carla Anne Romano, 52, of Port Richey, stole the nylon cover off a 26-foot motor home that was parked Wednesday at a business at 16720 Bachmann Ave. in Hudson, according to a Pasco County Sheriff's Office news release.
Man using wheelchair dies after multi-vehicle accident in Tarpon Springs
When investigators arrived, they found Jon Pendleton, 58, laying in the second lane from the median with multiple injuries, a wheelchair with considerable damage in the third lane and two vehicles that were both pulled into the median turn lane of Hwy 19 and Lime Street.
Tarpon Springs Man Killed In Wheelchair | 970 WFLA
Tarpon Springs, Fla-(Newsradio 970 WFLA)-Police here say a local man, 58 year-old Jon Pendleton, is dead after being hit by two cars while trying to cross U.S.19 in his wheelchair.
Brooksville man attached squirt bottle to genitals to cheat drug test, deputies say
According to an arrest report, 36-year-old Charles Bickford IV showed up at a probation office in Hudson on Thursday for court-mandated color-code urinalysis testing. Inside, he met with the probation officer who has supervised him for the past seven months.
Rumors of noose, lynching discussion fuel Temple Terrace Country Club controversy
A handful of concerned citizens, including club members, voiced concerns about those rumors to city leaders during a city council meeting Tuesday night. Wayne Elliott Green is one of the club members who addressed the room, making it clear hate is not welcome at the country club he loves so much.
Florida governor booed out of restaurant over red tide algae issues
Scott was making a campaign stop in Venice, Fla. when he was met with angry protesters outside of Mojo’s Real Cuban restaurant on Monday, the Sarasota Herald-Tribunereported. The governor, who is term-limited under Florida's constitution, is currently in a tight race against incumbent Sen.Bill Nelso
Gopher tortoise found with its nails painted pink in Florida
ODESSA, Fla. - An animal rescue group in the Tampa area said someone painted a gopher tortoise, which is illegal since it is a federally protected species.
Red tide stretches 1 million acres across Gulf of Mexico, now ravaging Pinellas County
The front lines include some of the most dedicated folks around, nearly 100 hard working men and women who work sun up to sun down, raking the sugary sand covered in piles and piles of dead fish..
Lutz woman who allegedly set home on fire also doused dogs in gasoline, deputies say
Brandi Corrigan, 40, was arrested in August for drug possession and arson after Pasco County deputies say she set her home on fire while removing items during a separation from her husband who was doing private security in Iraq.
Spring Hill man charged with vehicular homicide in chase-ending crash that killed 77-year-old Homosassa man
Martin Jacobs died July 15 from his injuries. He was 77. Sheila Jacobs, 75, was released from the hospital.
Pasco Corporal being fired after DUI arrest, crashing into parked car,
According to the affidavit, once authorities arrived on scene, his eyes appeared glossy and alcohol could be smelled on his breath.
Top Seeds Dominate Titles at 2018 USTA Florida 'Bobby Curtis' Junior State Doubles Championships - USTA Florida
“We’ve played together since the 10s or 12s. We’re like brothers,” Fung said of his partner Wilson. “And our opponents, we’ve played them in singles, we’ve played them in doubles, so we’re all familiar with each other.”
Report: Florida has too many charter schools operating without enough regulation
Watchdog group 'Integrity Florida' says that Florida has too many charter schools operating without enough regulation. Right now, Florida has 650 charter schools with about 350,000 students.