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Oct. 17, 2017
In this news brief: The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office arrests twenty unlicensed contractors in "Operation Nailed"; a carjacking turns deadly for the would be thief; the Polk County Sheriff's Office arrests hundreds people in "Operation No Tricks, No Treats"; new Florida drivers licenses are rolling out across the state.
 
In this news brief: A car drives into a building in Downtown St. Petersburg; Pasco County immigration policy regarding inmates changes; USF researchers are helping rebuild famous Florida fort with 3-D models; Tampa kids run lemonade stand to raise money for veterans.
In this news brief: Florida Focus celebrates its 20th Anniversary. 20 years ago USF’s School of Mass Communications entered into a partnership with WUSF-TV to air Florida Focus. The Zimmerman School of Advertising and Mass Communications pays tribute to WUSF-TV.
In this news brief: Florida Focus celebrates its 20th Anniversary. 20 years ago USF’s School of Mass Communications entered into a partnership with WUSF-TV to air Florida Focus. The Zimmerman School of Advertising and Mass Communications pays tribute to WUSF-TV.
In this news brief: A father is charged with aggravated manslaughter in the death of his son; a 54-year-old man is after a 14-year-old-gave birth to his daughter; a man is arrested and charged for setting his house on fire; baseball players with special needs will soon have a field of their own; companies around Tampa are painting the town pink.
 
In this news brief: A house fire in Lakeland leaves one person dead; a bystander is injured in a shooting; police are teaching K-9s water rescue skills; Lowe’s is hiring 200 employees to help Irma recovery efforts; local breweries are working together to make a beer with proceeds going towards hurricane relief
In this news brief: School start times for Hillsborough County Public schools will be changing next year; a woman was killed in a hit and run chasing after her dog; drunk driving is about to get more expensive in St. Petersburg; Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority wants your help designing a highway; a state representative files a bill to name a highway after Barack Obama.
In the news brief: Florida senator proposes statewide ban on bump stocks; gas prices are finally going back down after hurricanes Harvey and Irma; Hernando deputies are on the search for a runaway sexual predator; HART will make transit easier; USF doctors are heading to Puerto Rico to help with hurricane Irma relief.
In this news brief: a woman is killed in a hit and run crash; a local business is raising money to help a school that was nearly destroyed by fire; a local nonprofit is holding coastal cleanup events for National Estuaries Day; the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is holding its annual pet walk this weekend.
 
In this military brief: the Code Vet program in Hillsborough County helps veterans bring their homes up to code enforcement standards; MacDill Air Force Base is bringing in new digitally-controlled air tankers; a local charity founded by fourth graders provides care packages to soldiers.
In the news brief: The fire that damaged an elementary school is ruled an accident; A car crash forces Tampa police to close a major intersection; Hillsborough county is working to speed up Irma storm debris removal; Bradenton is under a boil water notice; Bay area families took to the streets today in celebration of National Walk To School Day.
In this news brief: Sixteen men were arrested in a Polk County undercover sting; The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office is investigating a double murder and suicide; The Defense Innovation Summit comes to Tampa; ATM and overdraft fees have hit record highs; Publix recalls nearly 39,000 pounds of ground turkey.
In this news brief: A Zephyrhills teen makes a death threat over social media; The Howard Frankland Bridge is getting a major upgrade; Florida Blue and Walgreen's are giving away free flu shots; The Tampa Bay Rays have the lowest fan attendance in the MLB; The YMCA in downtown Tampa gets a major upgrade.
In this Health Brief: Tampa creates a new Autism Center; boxing can help slow down Parkinson’s disease; Tampa provides the best healthcare in the state.
In this Health Brief: Tampa creates a new Autism Center; boxing can help slow down Parkinson’s disease; Tampa provides the best healthcare in the state.
In this news brief: TECO announces a new plan to increase solar power; Hillsborough County Schools are welcoming new students from Puerto Rico; a new faith based community opens up across from USF; the Florida Aquarium is opening up a new a 4D theater.
In this news brief: Police are investigating two overnight armed robberies; Pinellas County Irma victims may be eligible for food assistance; Hurricane Irma causes hundreds of dead fish to wash up along the Hillsborough River; McDonald's is offering free meals to first responders from Hurricane Irma.
In this news brief: Police are investigating two overnight armed robberies; Pinellas County Irma victims may be eligible for food assistance; Hurricane Irma causes hundreds of dead fish to wash up along the Hillsborough River; McDonald's is offering free meals to first responders from Hurricane Irma.
In this news brief: Police are investigating two overnight armed robberies; Pinellas County Irma victims may be eligible for food assistance; Hurricane Irma causes hundreds of dead fish to wash up along the Hillsborough River; McDonald's is offering free meals to first responders from Hurricane Irma.
In this military brief: K-9 Partners for Patriots is a nonprofit organization that uses dog training courses to help veterans get back into civilian life.
In this news brief: the Polk County Sheriff’s office makes 17 arrests in a heroin bust; St. Petersburg officials break ground on development for new police headquarters; new data released today by Zillow shows that Tampa Bay home values are rising; Bayshore Boulevard will be undergoing road improvements.
 
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