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Nov. 25, 2016
In this episode, healthy is being redefined by the FDA and Zumba takes over Tampa.
 
In this episode, Metropolitan Ministries gives back to the community for Thanksgiving.
In this episode, high school graduation rates are at a record high and JA Biz Town allows children to simulate a business world
In this episode: A serial robber hits his fourth store in less than 24 hours; A car theft ring is broken up; black Friday shopping commences; Hillsborough commissioners are sworn in; free ferry rides to St. Pete tomorrow.
In this episode: A stolen vehicle was involved in a crash ; a Police officer was involved in a wrong way crash; a marijuana operation was discovered; Pendas law-firm kicked off their Turkey giveaway event and the Newsome High school band participates in the Thanksgiving Day parade.
 
In this episode: In this episode: measles have been eliminated from the United States, and the World Health Organization says this is the first time it's happened in an entire region; yogis from around the Bay Area gather in St. Pete to enjoy a yoga workout with beer and music.
In this episode: a motorcyclist crashes into the barrier wall on southbound I-275, flips into northbound lanes, and an oncoming Pinellas patrol car accidentally hits him; the USF student who reported a robbery earlier this week admits she fabricated the story, is charged with false reporting; a suspect from yesterday's Chase bank robbery is identified; Florida Highway Patrol is hosting a job fair; big-cat rescue sanctuaries from across the country are working with Big Cat Rescue Tampa to give five tigers a new home.
In this episode: a toddler is hospitalized after being shot, police believe it was accidental; the University of South Florida is warning students to stay alert after a student is robbed on campus; a 15 year-old is arrested in Manatee County for having marijuana stuffed down one sock, and meth stuffed down the other; Pasco County Fire Rescue is supplying and installing smoke detectors for those who need them; pig carcasses block northbound lanes on I-75.
In this episode: an 8 year-old girl is hospitalized after being hit by a car's side-view mirror; an Ybor City fight ends in a hit-and-run; Tampa joins cities across the nation in protest of the Dakota Access and Sabal Access Pipeline; XSCAPE Riverview 14 is a new movie theater set to open its doors.
 
In this episode: authorities respond to a fire inside a vacant mobile home and discovered anti-Trump messages on the neighboring home; one woman is dead and another is injured after their vehicle falls from a highway overpass; it's Fraud Awareness Week and Pinellas County Sheriff's Office is hosting workshops to protect you; a new mobile app launches for Hart Buses in the USF and Carrollwood areas; a new art museum to break ground in St. Pete.
In this episode: Devon Lee Freeman is in custody, charged with second-degree murder for fatally shooting a Bradenton teen; Clearwater police are searching for a serial armed robber who robbed two Wal-Mart stores as well as a Seven-Eleven; a Disaster Recovery Center opens in Manatee County to assist victims of Hurricane Matthew; new bike lanes are coming to down town Tampa; the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrate our veterans with camouflage warm-up jerseys, holiday cards from fans to troops overseas during the Lightning's Military Night at Amalie Arena.
In this military brief: the Veteran's Affairs department at the University of South Florida ranks number one in the nation, helping veteran students succeed through a program called "Watch Your Six."
In this episode: Uber and Lyft make a deal with the Public Transportation Commission; Charles Hunter Walton is charged with DUI man slaughter after striking and killing a 72 year-old crossing guard; a house fire breaks out in Ybor this morning and leaves a man dead; the University of South Florida is recognized for its commitment to veteran student success, ranked number one by the Military Times; a Lakeland woman wins $18 million dollars in the Florida Lottery.
In this episode: a look at voter turnout by race, age and ethnicity; poll monitors have been put at various voting locations across the state; and bay area watch parties allow voters to follow election results live.
In this episode: Florida breaks their early voting numbers; The Clinton Campaign is holding a Get out the vote concert with Jimmy Buffet and Donald Trump rallies in Sarasota; Election officials release some safety tips on election day; and the Hillsborough county vote turn out becomes a good predictor for which presidential candidate will take the victory.
In this episode: check wait times at early voting locations on the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections interactive website; on the heels of two anti-amendment one lawsuits, Interim President of The Florida Solar Energy Industry Association is touring the state and urging voters to "vote no on one;"
In this episode: researchers from the University of South Florida are working with St. Pete Fire Rescue to help prevent lower back injuries; Pinellas county is implementing healthy vending machine options.
In this episode: Vice President Joe Biden speaks in a rally at MOSI in support of Hillary Clinton; the Florida Solar Energy Industry Association and Floridians for Solar Choice file lawsuits against Amendment One; a tutu wearing suspect breaks into a Tampa Farmers Market; Lakeland residents are hiding painted rocks around the city.
In this episode: Detectives are trying to piece together what happened to a man on the Alafia River; a USF student is charged with armed robbery; the Cross-Bay Ferry launches in Tampa; local dentists are buying back candy and sending to U.S. troops overseas.
In this episode: Tampa Police Department is making sure registered sex offenders and predators are not enticing children trick-or-treating tonight; Republican Vice Presidential nominee Mike Pence is the first of many campaigning in the Bay Area this week; a $10,000 reward is being offered for tips that lead to an arrest after a hit and run accident in Polk County; six Bay Area hospitals receive an "A" for patient safety.
In this Florida Focus Health Brief: an experimental drug is showing great promise in the fight against Alzheimer's disease; sitting for long periods of time can affect your health according to a recent science advisory; researchers are developing an edible battery; and Tampa Bay area's first medical marijuana dispensary is now open.
 
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