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Sept 27, 2016
In this episode: Governor Rick Scott visits the massive sinkhole in Mulberry; a proposal could make a northbound lane on the Howard Frankland bridge into an express toll;Hillsborough students who live within two miles of their school may no longer be on their bus route; new Portillos restaurant opens in Tampa.
In this episode: an elderly woman is injured when a car crashes into her home; Governor Rick Scott issued a new emergency rule; care for transgender patients is being offered in southwest and central Florida; a pilot program is expanding streetcar services in Ybor and downtown Tampa; and red tide has been detected in bay area beaches.
In this episode: immigration suspects fleeing from a minivan close down Interstate 75; a man is wanted for violating his parole and faces charges of assault of a law enforcement officer; and ATM skimming device was discovered inside a Bradenton 7-Eleven; twenty museums are participating in Free Museum Day; Lakeland now has a pizza vending machine.
In this episode: Hillsborough County Deputies designed a campaign to educate drivers about bus safety; a study says that the learning gap between higher and lower income students is closing; the University of South Florida ranks 9th nationwide for universities granted patents; the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) now has more autism-accessible experiences.
In this episode: Sewage problems spread across the Bay area following Hurricane Hermine; Clearwater Police participated in opioid overdose training; City officials released new details about a High-Speed Ferry service; The church of Scientology hosted a prayer party for International Day of Peace.
In this episode: an American Airlines plane made an emergency landing; Pinellas County met to discuss controlling Zika; Polk County is testing residential water quality on the heels of a sinkhole at Mosaic; plans to demolish parts of Channelside were proposed today.
In this episode a 17 month-old toddler was fatally shot; a man turns himself in after attacking his girlfriend and boss; a Saint Petersburg police officer is under investigation for domestic battery; Krispy Kreme celebrates "Talk Like a Pirate Day."
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In this episode: Jacksonville’s Mayo Clinic teams up with Tap Immune Inc. to develop two vaccines that fight cancer; Relay For Life is raising money for cancer research across the Bay Area.
In this episode: the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission teams up with the Florida Aquarium and Teco Electric to open the Suncoast Youth Conservation Center; an ex-convict turns his life around with football.
In this episode: Sense A Life helps prevent leaving children in cars that are too hot.
In this episode: Superintendent Jeff Eakins is working on a new plan to improve graduation rates and a seven-year grant from the gates foundation; college students create a tool for those who use inhalers.
In this episode: A fatal shooting at a Valrico bar; several bay area schools are among the best in the state; four-hundred transportation projects are on Hillsborough’s to-do list; a lawsuit between Cuban-Americans and Carnival Cruises; and Jimmy Johns celebrates Customer Appreciation Day.
In this episode: a plant high special needs instructor is named teacher of the year and funding for education construction increases for the first time in five years
In this episode: an online sting uncovers 13 child predators in Sarasota; MOSI is moving to downtown Tampa; adult leaders with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes are banned from Hillsborough County schools; state Senator Joe Negron visits the University of South Florida; Busch Gardens releases footage of two baby sloths.
In this episode: A Pasco County detention deputy is arrested for slapping an inmate; a woman pushing a stroller is struck by a vehicle in Sarasota this morning; West Kennedy Boulevard is closed between Fremont and Albany due to a water main break; countries struck by earthquakes are getting free calls; and Tampa ranks third in the nation for best breweries.
In this episode: a North Port elementary school was on lock down while officers searched for a stabbing suspect; a pedestrian hit by two different vehicles in Pinellas Park has passed away; a Tampa man is in critical condition after his home catches fire; lanes on Seminole Blvd will be closed for sewer main repairs; local post offices stay open late to help last-minute tax filers.
In this episode: approval for debt relief in Florida; Hernando County store allows teachers to shop for supplies for free.
In this episode; Gov. Scott has today to sign 21 bills, a mobile home is discovered to be a meth lab, police still searching for a RadioShack robber, electric shuttles coming to downtown, and free coffee from WaWa.
In this episode: surveillance video of suspected serial burglar released; high school student arrested for laced gummy worms; Allegiant Airlines adds two new St.Pete Clearwater airport routes; Dade City Police Department reveals safe space to exchange goods sold online; Amalie Arena pulls off quick turnaround for play-off game.
In this episode: Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn addresses the state of the city; a Tampa home fire leaves 12 people homeless; a seven-year-old girl is dead after a Lake Wales crash; a man is dead after a visit to the barbershop; the Pinellas Department of Health gives food recommendations for hurricane season.

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