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Dec. 1, 2017
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.
In this news brief: A Florida law that bans people from openly carrying firearms in public stays in effect; the Pasco County dive team is searching area lakes for a missing and endangered man; Citrus County officials identify the remains of a body that was found in a trash can; Today is Giving Tuesday; Check your lottery tickets.
In this news brief: A train carrying molten sulfur derails; A trash can with human remains is discovered in Citrus County; Teachers in Hillsborough County are standing up to the district; Cyber Monday is a great day to click and buy.
In this news brief: Tampa police and local organizations are stepping up their efforts in Seminole Heights; Two Tampa beaches close for high levels of bacteria; The USF football team has had an impressive season and tonight they’re playing in primetime; Busch Gardens is asking you to name their newest baby.
 
In this news brief: A crash involving a school bus and a car injures six people; A “skimmer sweep” in Pasco County finds devices on pumps in three different gas stations.; Police search for man who stole money at a Sun City Center Publix; A new app helps make parking easier in Sarasota; Chi Alpha works to ship packages to Puerto Rico.
In this news brief: Tampa police respond to another deadly shooting in Seminole Heights; Zephyrhills police are investigating multiple gunshots fired at an officer’s cruiser and home; a skydiver is killed when his parachute fails to open; USF students visit Tallahassee for Day at the Capitol.
In this news brief: Plant City Police Department is looking for a murder suspect; a shooting at a nightclub in Tampa leaves one person dead; Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority is introducing a pilot project to improve driver safety; Hillsborough County Officials introduce an improved Tampa park this morning.
In this news brief: Hillsborough County deputies are looking for a man who shot and robbed a woman; a house fire sends two people to the hospital; firemen from around the state come together to train in real-life situations; the University of South Florida is honoring veterans.
In this environment brief:a test used to find oil in the Gulf of Mexico could harm wildlife; a USF professor and one of her students help save one of the largest reefs in the world.
In this news brief: Sarasota police arrest 15 people in a major undercover drug investigation; in a new phone scam, callers are claiming to be law enforcement; a Tampa man convicted of murder is scheduled to die by lethal injection; Hillsborough County students protest teachers’ wages at several Hillsborough County schools.
In this news brief eight people are arrested and charged with construction fraud in a three-month criminal investigation. Florida’s largest health insurance company is taking a major step in combating the opioid crisis. Gas prices jump 10 cents overnight. This spike comes after 47 straight days of falling prices. The historic Tampa theater is closing its doors for renovation.
In this news brief: Governor Rick Scott is proposing tax cuts for Florida families; The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office is working to increase pedestrian safety; Two witnesses step in to help an elderly robbery victim; Millions of Netflix users are targeted in an email scam; Metropolitan Ministries opens their holiday tent.
In this news brief: A second person possibly involved in the New York city terror attack has a Tampa connection; A hit and run crash involving multiple cars leaves one man dead; Tampa international airport missed setting a passenger traffic record for this fiscal year; The Humane Society is giving out free shots this weekend to 1,000 dog owners.
In this news brief: A Tampa man is the suspect of a terror attack that took place in New York City; Four teens from Hillsborough County are under arrest; Over 100 animals rescued from Puerto Rico will be going up for adoption; Members of the Tampa Bay Lightning are facing off against cancer.
In this news brief: Tampa officials are patrolling Seminole Heights tonight to keep families safe on Halloween; A St. Pete man is facing a DUI manslaughter charge after a fatal accident this morning; Mosaic is cutting 430 jobs in Plant City; Florida lawmakers are considering a bill that will ban child marriage; A few safety tips for trick-or-treating.
In this news brief: Jury selection in a quadruple murder trial begins; A Tampa woman is injured in an early morning shooting; The University of South Florida holds its first annual “Slut Walk”; Tampa International Airport is growing, adding 69 new shops; Dave and Buster’s opens its first in Tampa.
 
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