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Feb. 26, 2015
In this Florida Focus episode: John Johnchuck's defense agrees with the state; Hillsborough County's fastest electric-vehicle charging station unveiled; Building partially collapses due to water main break; Three women are found squatting in a soldier's home; Florida Strawberry Festival celebrates 80 years.
In this Florida Focus episode: the State Board of Education wants lawmakers to reconsider class sizes, Hillsborough School District is recruiting new special education teachers and a new STEM program is making its way to students through skating.
In this Florida Focus Episode: A Tarpon Springs home catches fire; Tampa Police battle a new crime trend targeting food delivery drivers; Moffitt receives grant for cancer research; gas prices begin to rise; 19 manatees are rescued from a drain pipe.
In this Florida Focus episode: USF wants to bring its medical school campus to downtown Tampa; prosecutors are seeking the death penalty in a Bradenton triple murder; a 16-year-old boy faces charges for manipulating a girl into texting nude photos; a Bradenton man is facing charges for a crime committed 20 years ago; Florida is number one for Obamacare enrollments; a freeze warning will be in effect for most of the Bay Area.
In this Florida Focus health brief: Florida introduces new medication to help drug addicts; walking everyday helps improve health; the flu outbreak is hurting blood drives.
In this Florida Focus episode: Florida tourism reaches an all-time high; $15,000 reward offered for locating missing Brandon woman; guards shoot and kill an armed man in a St. Pete convenience store; USF Sundome ranks fifth best in university venues; a new baby gorilla is born at Busch Gardens.
In this Florida Focus episode: A Riverview man stabs and shoots his wife; A Lake Wales police officer is charged with having sex with a minor; Toyota plans to replace sticky dashboards; Designs for a new St. Pete Pier is introduced; Lowry Park Zoo offers Valentine's Day fun.
In this Florida Focus Military Brief: Department of Veterans Affairs continues efforts to decrease veteran homelessness; Brian Rothenberger tells us about a federal program that allows law enforcement agencies to purchase recycled military weapons; military suicide rates are declining.
In today's episode of Florida Focus: doctors say St. Pete man is too incompetent to stand trial; Jeb Bush releases thousands of e-mails to the public; Home Depot adds over a thousand jobs to the Tampa Bay market; Feeding America Tampa Bay teams with the State Fair; the USF women's basketball team makes history.
In today's episode of Florida Focus: Veronica Beltran introduces the Merry Christmas,Charlie Brown exhibit at the Tampa Bay History Center; Julius Bzozowski shows us a variety of merchants serving their treats in holiday flavors.
In today's episode of Florida Focus: a police officer shot and killed a firefighter; a motorcyclist died in a crash earlier this morning; Metropolitan Ministries is serving families this holiday season; and Bay St has been transformed into an ice palace.
In today's episode of Florida Focus: police arrest a wrong way driver; our Stephanie Becerra tells us about the Goody-Goody restaurant return; and Wiregrass mall's Christmas festivities are underway. Teleprompter: Marissa Marshall Web Producers: Veronica Beltran & Joseph Clavelli Faculty Advisors: Cathy Gugerty Semester: Fall 2014
In today's episode of Florida Focus: severe weather hits Tampa Bay; an officer shoots a woman; a man was hit by a train and died; a man robs a Gamestop; and a 3rd hole opens in Pasco County.
In today's episode of Florida Focus: an officer fatally shoots a man stabbing a woman in burning home; Wesley Chapel plans a man-made lagoon development; Our Chris Donery samples Naga Tea in Tampa.
In today's episode of Florida Focus: Veterans Day celebrations; a hole opens up under pasco county driveway; early morning st.pete shooting; novacharge pushing to have more car charging stations installed around the bay area.
In today's episode of Florida Focus: A drilling rig accident causes the Kennedy Blvd. Bridge to close; Pinellas Park Police have a bizarre encounter with a suspect; a terror suspect is sentenced; USF honors Veteran's Day with a chili cook off; The Blue Ocean Film Festival kicks off in St. Petersburg.
In today's episode of Florida Focus: early voting figures are calculated; wrong-way driving accidents in Tampa continue; a St. Pete man is beaten to death; an escaped inmate search continues in Tampa Bay; a local philanthropist and business man is changing the look of downtown St. Pete.
In today's episode of Florida Focus: two accidents shut down US Hwy 19; World Stroke Day is recognized in Tampa; customers protest Duke Energy; Hellview Cemetery Haunted House.
In this episode of Florida Focus: An American Airlines pilot was sentenced and charged with possession of child porn; a twelve year old Palmetto boy bought illegal drugs to his middle school; prices at the pumps hit a four year nation wide low; a broken water main in Tampa; "Pink heals" tour at Moffit cancer center.
In this episode of Florida Focus: Nike pays homage to the success of Plant High School’s football team; a St. Pete man is in critical condition after his girlfriend sets him on fire; South Florida wants to become their own state; The Humane Society of Tampa Bay offers a pumpkin patch promotion.
In today's episode of Florida Focus: A quadruple murder suspect pleads not guilty this morning in a Pasco county court room; an overnight fight in a McDonald's parking lot led to a smashed car and gunshots in St.Pete; a twenty ton tree removal crane toppled over yesterday in Largo; a man died this morning after losing control of his vehicle in port Richey; good news continues at the pumps, gas prices are the lowest we've seen since 2010.

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