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Pasco deputies investigating shooting near Hudson apartments; 3 people possibly shot
NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla.-- Pasco County Sheriff’s Office deputies investigated a shooting at an apartment complex Wednesday night.Deputies said there were possibly at least three to four people shot near Beacon Woods Village in Hudson.This is a developing story and will be updated.►Make it easy to keep
Tampa police search for 'Laundromat Looters'
The suspects are described as a white male, about five-foot-nine inches tall, about 170 pounds with medium length black hair and eyeglasses, a second white male around six-foot-two, around 190 pounds with low cut black hair and full sleeve arm tattoos, along with a white female about five-foot-two,
Taylor Swift grows emotional on stage while recalling sexual assault trial
Taylor Swiftperformed for a stadium full of fans in Tampa, Florida, Tuesday night, and it was a long way — both physically and emotionally — from where she was just one year earlier.
Tampa porch pirate steals packages, stores them in cooler he finds on porch
The man was last seen wearing a dark shirt with a pattern of light-colored squares and rectangles, dark shorts, white socks, dark shoes and a thick chain necklace.
Dirty dining: Bradenton restaurant shut down by inspectors for second time in 2 weeks
A Bradenton restaurant that recently was shut down by inspectors for roach activity was closed again for the same reason.Inspectors say Sushi & Pho had another roach problem and ordered them to close for two days.Other restaurants were cited for food temperature and hand washing issues.Sushi & Pho,
St. Pete Police Search Empty Pond Near Home Of Accused Murderer
KENNETH CITY, FL -- St. Petersburg Police are using a digger, K9 officers and metal detectors to search the mud of a now-drained retention pond at 71st Street North and 52nd Avenue North in Kenneth City today, Aug. 15.
They moved to escape Florida's toxic algae slime. Now red tide has shut down their business.
Neumann and her husband run Cortez Surf & Paddle in Cortez, Florida, a watersports rental and guided tour company. Just two years ago, they moved from Stuart, Florida, after the toxic algae slime that coated the waterways of the St. Lucie River killed their business there.
St. Pete mom livid after kids reassigned to different school without her knowing
"How this happen? How y'all do stuff like this without a parent even giving you guys permission,” Powell said.
Judge denies Hillsborough sheriff's son's 'stand your ground' claim
TAMPA, Fla. – A judge has denied the "stand your ground" motion claimed by George Chronister, the son of Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister.
Alligator hunting season begins today in Florida
TAMPA, Fla. (FOX 13)- Alligator hunting season is now underway in Florida.From Aug. 15 until Nov. 1st, hunters who have already applied and received permits can hunt two alligators on the specific days and areas on their permit.Florida Fish and Wildlife has issued more than 7,500 permitsto help mana
Burglars break into Tampa KFC/Taco Bell, try to open safe with sledge hammer, circular saw
One of the men wore a black Adidas jacket with the logo on the back and white stripes on the sleeves, green sweat pants, black gloves and a white clown mask with a black nose.
Court date set for man charged in videotaped fatal shooting
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Markeis McGlockton's father knows the manslaughter case against the man accused of killing his unarmed son outside a Florida convenience store will take months, possibly years. He's talked to others who have been in a similar position - notably, the family of slain Florida tee
Deputies search for 9-year-old boy who did not make it to first day of school in Manatee Co.
BRADENTON, Fla. — The Manatee County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating a 9-year-old boy who did not make it to the first day of school.Jarmarius Thomas, 9, was last seen by his grandmother at her home on 12th Street W. in Bradenton Monday morning.Later that evening, a fami
Restaurant owner believes health inspector mistook carpet nails for rodent droppings
GULFPORT, Fla. — No matter who was asked, everyone seemed to have great things to say about Pia’s Trattoria Italian restaurant on Beach Blvd in the heart of downtown Gulfport.“She’s got wonderful, wonderful food,” said longtime customer Deborah Blake.“Everything is homemade there, so you can taste t
Palmetto woman tells deputies stolen car was lent to her. Her alibi was found dead the next day
At about 10 p.m. on Aug. 8,Boston’s body was foundwhen a driver spotted his legs sticking out of the grass in the 7400 block of Bishop Harbor Road. Detectives believe he was shot and killed elsewhere, and then his body was dumped there.
Homeowners tired of dead fish from red tide clogging Manatee County canals
"Three days ago, I came out and I said oh my word and this is what I saw. It looks like you could walk across it," said Beth Beck.
Man arrested for DUI manslaughter in 4-vehicle crash that killed father and son in Pinellas County
On July 28, 2018, James Wolf, of Seminole, was driving his 2005 Chevrolet SUV westbound on Park Boulevard, approaching the intersection of 104th Lane, when deputies say he failed to stop for a red traffic light and crashed into a 2001 Lexus being driven by 59-year-old Edward Delzer, and occupied by
White man charged with fatally shooting black man in Florida
Michael Drejka, 47, has been charged with the July 19 death of Markeis McGlockton outside a Clearwater convenience store, Pinellas County State Attorney Bernie McCabe said. Drejka was being held at the county jail on $100,000 bail. It was unknown if he had an attorney.
Governor orders state of emergency due to red tide in Florida
Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency due to impacts of red tide in Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Sarasota, Manatee, Hillsborough and Pinellas counties.
Dozens Of Dead Crabs Found In Hillsborough Bay | 970 WFLA
The Fish and Wildlife Health Group at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's Fish and Wildlife Research Institute in St. Petersburg, has established a toll-free, statewide, fish kill hotline.