Now Playing
105.5 WDUV
Last Song Played
Continuous Lite Favorites
On Air
No Program
Now Playing
105.5 WDUV
Last Song Played
Continuous Lite Favorites
10 items  
Results 1 - 10 of 10

Dunedin Man Found With Guns And Explosive, Maps Of Area Schools

A 24 year old Dunedin man is under arrest and charged with possession of destructive devices. The Pinellas County Sheriff’s office had gone to Randall Drake’s home to serve a warrant on another charge and found more than 2,000 rounds of ammunition, numerous guns, explosives maps of many Hillsborough County Schools, and the County’s Wastewater Treatment plant. He’s being held on a $20,000 bond, but Sheriff Gualtieri said even if he does bond out he’ll be back in custody on a mental health evaluation.

The Florida Department of Children and Families are concerned that some recipients might be taking benefits [More]

10/20/2017

Plane Makes Crash Landing On St Pete Street

A small plane made a crash landing in St Pete yesterday, just two miles from Albert Whitted Airport. Five people were hurt when it came down around 18th Ave South and 16th St South, none of those injuries considered serious. The flight originated in Tallahassee.

The Florida Department of Children and Families are concerned that some recipients might be taking benefits and then selling them. They’ve seen posts on Craigslist and Facebook. Investigators have been screening those who come to apply and if they’re caught committing fraud denies benefits on the spot.

Florida Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of [More]

10/19/2017

Hillsborough School Board Approves New School Start Times

The Hillsborough County School has approved the proposed new start time for students starting with the 2018-2019 school year. You can see the full list of those changes here. Superintendent Jeff Eakins sad the changes were necessary to avoid students getting to class late.

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office busted 20 unlicensed contractors during “Operation Nailed.” Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said the sting also resulted in 58 charges, and that’s only two months into the program.

Florida Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency in advance of a speech by whit nationalist Richard Spencer. That speech is scheduled on the [More]

10/18/2017

Gov Scott Issues State Of Emergency Order At UF

Florida Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency in advance of a speech by whit nationalist Richard Spencer. That speech is scheduled on the campus of the University of Florida Thursday. The University has already said they expect to spend up to half a million dollars on security. That order will allow for security from state and other local agencies.

The rest stops at both ends of the Sunshine Skyway are being renovated at a cost of $1.8 million dollars. The work should wrap up in 2018. The southbound rest stop is already closed with demo work. [More]

10/17/2017

Bucs Lose To Arizona; Winston Hurt

Jameis Winston was hurt in Sunday’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals, and left the game in the second quarter. He’ll have an MRI later today on his right arm. Ryan Fitzpatrick took over for Winston with a final score of 38-33. The Bucs are now in last place in the NFC South.

The family that owns Brady the dog that escaped her crate at TIA while being loaded onto a Delta flight is now offering a $1,500 reward for her safe return. Brady is chipped but not wearing her collar and they’re concerned she’s hurt and scared so if you see [More]

10/16/2017

Zika Virus Confirmed In Bay Area

The Bay area has a confirmed case of the Zika virus. A couple who had traveled to Cuba are the source, and officials believe they contracted the virus after they returned home and were bitten by a mosquito carrying the Zika virus. Health officials believe that no one else has been affected.

If you live near Tampa International Airport keep an eye out for Brady. She’s a dog who managed to get out of her crate while being loaded onto a Delta plane heading to Bermuda with her family who is moving there. Brady is chipped but not wearing her collar

 

Help [More]

10/13/2017

Florida Citrus Industry Takes Historic Hit

Bad news coming from the Florida citrus growers. Thanks to Hurricane Irma growers believe this year will have lowest yield in 75 years. That adds up to some $800 million dollars in lost crops. The full story is in this morning’s Tampa Bay Times.

Hurricane Ophelia made history yesterday as the tenth consecutive storm to reach hurricane status; NOAA predicted 12-16 storms, (15 already) and two to five major. You can track the progress of the storm in the Dove Hurricane Guide.

Help for animals displaced by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico is coming from the Suncoast Animal League. [More]

10/12/2017

New School Start Times Proposed For Hillsborough Students

The Hillsborough County School District’s class schedule was released for the 2018-2019 school year yesterday. The proposed schedule has high school students starting their day an hour later among other changes. The School Board will vote on the changes at their next meeting Tuesday, October 17th at 3 pm at the district headquarters on Kennedy Blvd. You can see the complete here.

Tropical Storm Ophelia is expected to become a hurricane but is not expected to threaten any land. When it does it will break a record as the tenth consecutive storm to reach hurricane status. You can track [More]

10/11/2017

Storm Debris Pickup Rules To Follow

If you’re still waiting for storm debris pickup you need to know what will not be picked up. The first round of pickups that are underway are for what counties call “vegetative debris” which includes those tree limbs. The second sweep will be for damaged fencing. But residents are responsible for disposing of things like mattresses and other things from the house with storm damage. For county by county pickup rules check the list for yourself here.

A transformer fire knocked out power to 8,000 Pinellas county residents yesterday. Traffic signals were also affected in the area. The substation is [More]

10/10/2017

Coastal Flooding In Bay Area

You can thank Hurricane Nate for those higher than normal high tides on both sides of the Bay over the weekend. We may see that for a few more days.

There are fewer options when taking the bus in Hillsborough County this morning. The Hillsborough County Regional Transit Authority’s new program called “Mission Max” was designed with fewer routes that are aimed at providing better and faster connections. For possible changes to your route, take a look here.

The Department of Children and Families is helping more than 30,000 families here in Florida with Food for Florida following Hurricane Irma. The [More]

10/09/2017
10 items
Results 1 - 10 of 10