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March 27, 2017
In this news brief: Illegal dumping lands a Tampa man in jail without bond; the USF football player shot this weekend now faces charges; Tampa General Hospital is making healthcare more accessible for Brandon residents; a bay area bank becomes the first to introduce cardless ATM entry.
 
In this news brief: a man crashes a stolen car; a Hernando county high school teacher is arrested for having sexual relations with a student; Tampa is growing in population and home prices are rising; Florida senate passed ‘Whiskey to Wheaties’ bill to permit selling liquor in grocery stores; today is National Puppy Day.
In this education brief: a St. Petersburg teacher is surprised with a $25,000 award; a local elementary school is providing for its students in and out of the classroom; some Bay Area teachers will be receiving a bonus through the Best and Brightest program; a new Riverview school is named after a civil rights activist.
In this news brief: a suspect involved in a police shootout is at large; a missing Auburndale teen has been found; USF welcomes a new men's basketball coach; school buses are the subject of conversation in Hillsborough County; America's toy scout wants your old toys.
In this news brief: a Riverview teen is charged with the murder of his mother; an undercover investigation leads to over 100 arrests; a man is sentenced to seven years in federal prison for scheming to sell Social Security checks; a new grocery service delivers Costco groceries without a membership.
 
In this news brief: police find remains of missing Palmetto woman; a fire destroys a century-old Hyde Park house; a hit and run leaves a 17-year-old girl seriously injured; Publix super markets and BayCare Health are teaming up for a healthier community; Dairy Queen is giving away free ice cream in exchange for donations for Children’s Miracle Network hospitals.
In this education brief: Scammers are targeting college students in an employment scheme; thousands of Pasco County students will be changing school; USF Osher Lifelong Learning Institute expands senior learning to Brandon; three more Pasco Schools have been accepted to the Cambridge Education Program; the college of education in USF is establishing its first computer game design class.
In this news brief: A judge re-sentences a rapist to life in prison; Tampa residents regain equity in their homes; Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn announces he won’t run for Governor in 2018; St. Pete Grand Prix reveals new flag for first race of the season this weekend.
In this news brief: local activists are raising awareness this International Women's Day; a bird strike forces a United flight to return to Tampa International Airport; Tampa police are investigating the shooting of two teens; Hillsborough County strikes down the cap on local medical marijuana dispensaries.
 
In this news brief: A fire breaks out at Ringling College of Art and Design; A Hernando County couple has found the body of their missing son; Tampa Police are using a social media site for safety; Hillsborough County is holding a public forum on medical marijuana; IHOP is giving away free pancakes for National Pancake Day.
In this news brief: A man is charged after attacking his 14-year-old grandson; A video is released showing murder victim Dontae Lampkins boarding and exiting a bus two days before his body was discovered; A driver flees on foot after killing a motorcyclist in a hit and run; Tampa is looking to expand the streetcar system; and Pinellas County Deputies launched a new safety program for pedestrians and cyclists today.
In this news brief: Tampa Fire Rescue battles a three-alarm fire at a student housing complex; St. Petersburg Police are investigating a fatal shooting; a local-based grocery store is now selling locally roasted coffee; Mosaic expects to spend up to $70 million to fill a Polk County sinkhole; the Strawberry Festival opens today.
In this education brief: USF graduates have higher salaries than the national average; Bay area schools are failing under Department of Education regulations; Pasco county hopes to become the home to a statewide forensics lab; Pasco county will be opening a preforming arts center in Cypress Creek Middle-High School.
In this news brief: Pasco County Sheriff's Office introduces wearable technology to find missing children; Hillsborough County commissioners approve an $812 million tax plan; Andrew Gillum joins the 2018 race for governor; USF is ranked number one in Florida for Black student success.
In this news brief: a bomb threat in Brooksville forces the evacuation of several businesses and a daycare; a Polk County woman dies in an early morning house fire; the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office releases new surveillance video of a car burglar; the 29th annual Black History celebration is at the Tampa Convention Center; over 500 sailors are racing from St. Pete to Cuba.
In this news brief: two pitbulls attack a poodle; an armed ATM robbery is caught on tape; Pasco County parents are fighting school rezoning plans; Trader Joe’s is recalling jars of applesauce and Pinellas County residents with unpaid fees have a chance to save money.
In this news brief: home market tracker Zillow says Tampa has the nation’s third-fastest appreciating housing market; a man is arrested for swinging swords at a Brooksville Wal-Mart; Hillsborough’s Department of Health issues advisory warnings for two local beaches owing to the presence of enterococci bacteria; Publix, a Lakeland-based grocery chain, ranks third out of 100 companies for social responsibility and emotional appeal according to a national consumer survey; TripAdvisor ranks Clearwater beach number one in the nation and number 20 in the world.
In this environment brief: the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission finds a Florida Panther outside its known breeding range; the Rising Tide Exhibit at Busch Gardens is developing sustainable aquaculture; the number of manatees killed in Florida reaches an all-time high; the Florida Aquarium and Cuba are working together to preserve coral reefs.
In this news brief: A suspect is in custody for a series of gas station robberies; an abortion lawsuit bill narrowly passes a Florida house panel;the first Sprouts Farmers Market in Florida is now open; Bradenton public transportation could be taking to the water; kids will now eat free at Steak N Shake any time any day.
In this news brief: A pregnant woman is the victim of a largo home invasion, neither victims have life threatening injuries and the suspect is in custody; two people accused of killing their landlord over two weeks ago appear in court today; Hillsborough Deputies are investigating a string of early morning robberies; Tampa Police are looking for a Walgreens cigarette thief; UPS announces that they are developing a new way to deliver packages right to your front door.
In this news brief: Deputies shot and killed a Hernando County man who broke into a home; a man is dead after a hit-and-run in Tampa; Pinellas County deputies have arrested a corrections officer for DUI; Body cam footage show a dramatic car rescue in Pasco County; the largest-ever traffic study ranks congestion in cities worldwide; the University of South Florida earns the 2016 Tree Campus USA.
 
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