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Feb. 23, 2018
In this news brief: What used to be a community center is now a museum. It's committed to celebrating contributions of past and present African Americans.
In this news brief: Webber International University adopts Polk County’s Sheriff Sentinel program; a man is rescued from the Little Manatee River; the Tampa City Council discussed challenges with homeless populations; it looks like today will mark weather hit the bay area early and we’re loving it.
In this news brief: Florida High Schoolers rally at the Florida Capitol building for gun-control legislation; Pasco and Manatee County schools have lifted school lockdowns after threats were discovered; the parents of the accused Seminole Heights killer are under house arrest; several Hillsborough County schools now have their own food pantries; Clearwater Beach has been rated the number one beach on Trip-Advisor's Traveler Choice awards.
In this news brief: Police are searching for a man wanted for sexually assaulting a 71 year-old woman in New Port Richey; Hillsborough County schools have begun implementing campus threat drills; Two students from separate high schools are both arrested for making false threats of shooting up their school; Neighborhoods across Tampa Bay are receiving new L-E-D street lights to help reduce crime; A couple discover an eight-foot alligator hiding underneath their truck in Pasco County.
In this news brief: St. Pete mayor Rick Kriseman announces a new plan to name a library after President Barack Obama; statewide vigils are being held tonight to honor the victims of the Parkland shooting; 26 unlicensed contractors are arrested in Operation Drop the Hammer; the Tampa Downtown Partnership wants you to leave your car at home this week.
In this news brief: A Tampa Bay non-profit has chosen random acts of kindness day (Feb. 17th) to open the doors of Gifts and Gatherings. The store’s entire purpose is to spread acts of kindness.
In this news brief: In the wake of yesterday’s shooting in Parkland, Tampa Bay’s blood banks sent blood to Broward County medical centers to help but now, they are in need of replenishing their own supply; A Haines City High school student was nearly abducted on her way to school; A teenager was shot in the head during a drive-by shooting in Port Richey; Goodwill is opening a new store in Tampa.
In this news brief: Travelers can ride the new SkyWay Connect train at Tampa International Airport; a Pasco County man is arrested after a teenager is found chained to a punching bag; an Assistant Principal in Pasco County is facing federal charges; a Pasco County woman is rescued after a fire broke out in her home; some local animal shelters have lowered adoption fees into the weekend.
In this news brief: A woman is fatally shot after orchestra practice; A Port Richey woman kidnaps her neighbor’s son; first responders are better prepared after a local medical evaluation exercise; Flu virus is more active this season than all the rest.
In this news brief: A pastor is accused of sexual battery; USF students protest the DACA repeal; Tampa workers join Fight for 15 to protest the current minimum wage; Airbnb has doubled its revenue.
In this news brief: Central Ave. is the heart of Tampa Bay's Black History, and you can walk through the past with the Tampa Bay Black History tour;the tour takes place once a month.
In this news brief: an attempted kidnapping leads to increased police presence in a St. Petersburg neighborhood; Hillsborough County detectives need your help identifying two home invasion suspects; the founder of the 1-800-ASK-Gary hotline is arrested for DUI; it’s opening day for the Florida State Fair.
In this news brief: U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks in Tampa about the opioid crisis; a Citrus Park neighborhood is out of water after a water hydrant burst; two people are injured during an undercover gun buy; detectives are searching for an arson suspect following two church fires; construction is underway for a new Publix at the University of South Florida.
In this news brief: one person is killed in a Tampa shooting; Florida’s largest teachers union is waging war against a proposed education bill; Hillsborough County Firefighters battle an apartment fire; the national weather service issues a tsunami warning that turns out to be a false alarm; Have a heart. Give blood. One blood and Walmart are celebrating American Heart Month.
In this news brief: Manatee County police are investigating a shooting that killed a man and woman; A man driving a scooter is killed in a crash; A cold snap kills 35 manatees in Florida last month; Julian B Lane Riverfront park will open on May thirteenth; Two St. Petersburg officers are moving up the ranks.
In this news brief: The Humane Society of Tampa Bay has a unique way of encouraging new readers.
In this news brief: The suspect in the Seminole Heights murders is being held without bail; a homeowner shoots an intruder in Clearwater; there is a projected Christmas tree shortage; Santa’s elves and the Polk Museum of Art will help with your holiday shopping.
In this news brief: Police make an arrest in the Seminole Heights Murders; Good news for homeowners in Tampa Bay; Spirit Airlines announces daily nonstop flights from Tampa to Los Angeles and Las Vegas; A first look at Busch Garden’s Newest Serengeti member.
In this news brief: Students are receiving hands on experience in various career fields. Reporter Paige Cruz gives us an inside look at BizTown.
In this news brief: Reporter Munashe Kwangwari takes us to a daycare in the Bay Area that is preparing children for Kindergarten and beyond.
In this news brief: Reporter Zach Wilcox takes us inside the Star Wars and the Power of Costume Exhibition at The Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg.

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