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Feb. 21, 2017
In this news brief: A pregnant woman is the victim of a largo home invasion, neither victims have life threatening injuries and the suspect is in custody; two people accused of killing their landlord over two weeks ago appear in court today; Hillsborough Deputies are investigating a string of early morning robberies; Tampa Police are looking for a Walgreens cigarette thief; UPS announces that they are developing a new way to deliver packages right to your front door.
 
In this news brief: Deputies shot and killed a Hernando County man who broke into a home; a man is dead after a hit-and-run in Tampa; Pinellas County deputies have arrested a corrections officer for DUI; Body cam footage show a dramatic car rescue in Pasco County; the largest-ever traffic study ranks congestion in cities worldwide; the University of South Florida earns the 2016 Tree Campus USA.
In this news brief: 11 year-old Jenna Irmler has Asperger’s Syndrome and was found 30 miles from her Brandon home today after reports that she was missing yesterday; a woman warned a burglar that she was armed, and shot him when he ignored her; Winn-Dixie is revamping their private label brands; Hillsborough County Sheriff’s office hosts “coffee with a cop” at a local McDonalds stay involved with the community.
In this health brief: Headphones advertised with kid friendly features can cause permanent damage in young users; a new health care clinic that is benefiting the whole Tampa bay community, especially Spanish speaking patients is up and running.
In this news brief: a man is in custody today after fatally shooting a bar cook; a 15-year-old is accused of killing his mother's boyfriend; forty two people are arrested in a Polk County undercover sex offender investigation; the Hernando Beach Volunteer Fire Department is closing their door due to violations; today is the second annual Florida Craft Beer Day.
 
In this news brief: the coast guard says they have recovered the body of missing passenger; a man is charged with aggravated battery for hitting a deputy with his car mirror; Tampa Police Department is teaming up with a national non-profit to help at-risk youth; a prime location on Bayshore Boulevard is set to be a 24 story condominium; Publix is selling heart shaped steaks to help celebrate Valentine’s Day.
In this news brief: the search continues for a missing plane and its three passengers; an elderly woman escapes an early morning fire; one dog is shot and another is in animal control custody after a pit bull attacked a Lakeland Electric employee; Pasco County is exploring a new way to help their homeless population.
In this news brief: the search continues for a missing plane and its three passengers; an elderly woman escapes an early morning fire; one dog is shot and another is in animal control custody after a pit bull attacked a Lakeland Electric employee; Pasco County is exploring a new way to help their homeless population.
In this news brief: A shooter who shot two people in Plant City is still at large; a murder suspect surrenders; an abortion lawsuit bill allows women to sue their doctors; severe Northeast weather has cancelled numerous flights out of Tampa International; fair opens today.
 
In this health brief: Stanford researches are experimenting with wearable health technology that can monitor your health statistics; studies show coffee has a lot of health benefits.
In this news brief: A highwire accident injures Sarasota circus performers; Tampa's fire department rescued a man from inside a garbage truck; A standing room-only crowd gathered to discuss new medical marijuana rules for Floridians; An apartment fire claims the lives of two dogs; Tampa police and fire rescue are making their television debut on a new reality show.
In this news brief: An abused three-year-old is fighting for her life while her abuser is in jail; Tampa Police are looking for two credit card thieves; A neighborhood Walmart in St. Pete is now closed; The CDC releases recommended vaccines for adults; The Sunshine Skyway Bridge turns 30.
In this news brief: President Donald Trump visits MacDill Air Force Base; a Bradenton man is in custody following a police standoff; Pasco County launches a recycling survey designed to better understand residents habits; a police dog and his partner are back to work.
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.
 
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