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Subtropical storm Alberto forms in Gulf

Subtropical storm Alberto has officially formed over the northwestern Caribbean Sea, according to the National Hurricane Center.

05/25/2018

FORECAST: Tracking Alberto

Tracking Alberto and how it will impact your weekend.

05/25/2018

Sandbag locations open across Tampa Bay

To prepare for the heavy rainfall brought by Subtropical storm Alberto, the Tampa Bay area is providing several sandbag locations so that citizens can prepare for the potential impact. Don't forget, when picking up sandbags, you must provide proper identification that shows you are a resident in that area (valid Driver's license or utility bill will work as identification).

05/25/2018

Toddler dies of injuries after Bayshore crash

Police say street racing led to the death of a mother and toddler struck by a vehicle while on Bayshore Boulevard. Three people are facing charges. 

05/25/2018

Smokable medical marijuana legalized in Florida

On Friday, a judge ruled that patients approved to use medical marijuana will be allowed to smoke it.

05/25/2018

Manatee County declares state of emergency

County Commissioners have declared a state of emergency in Manatee County due to Subtropical storm Alberto. The storm is forecast to bring up to six or eight inches of rain from today until Tuesday and could result in local flooding along low-lying areas.

05/25/2018

PD: 'Abandoned' newborn not actually abandoned

Deputies say that an investigation revealed that a baby, who they originally reported was abandoned near a Tampa intersection, was never actually abandoned.

05/25/2018

Service dog welcomes littler of puppies at TIA

The pup-arazzi was on hand to capture the moment a service dog went into labor while waiting for a flight at Tampa International Airport. 

05/25/2018

City reducing speed on Bayshore Blvd.

The City of Tampa will be reducing the speed limit on Bayshore Boulevard to 35 mph starting Friday after a mother and toddler were killed by street racers while crossing the road.

05/24/2018

Fiat Chrysler recalls 4.8M vehicles

Fiat Chrysler is recalling 4.8 million vehicles over an issue that could prevent drivers from turning off cruise control.

05/25/2018

St. Pete prepares sewage plants for wet weekend

Workers in St. Petersburg are in a mad dash to get the city’s sewer treatment plants ready for this weekend's deluge of rain. 

05/25/2018

Publix stops political contributions

Publix has suspended their corporate-funded political contributions after people began to boycott the company for supporting a candidate who is an avid NRA supporter.  

05/25/2018

More rain could bring more sinkholes in Florida

Heavy rains in Florida could bring even more sinkholes

05/23/2018

Real-time traffic alerts & closures

Get real-time updates from Tampa Bay Traffic on road closures, delays and construction projects around Tampa Bay, Florida.

05/15/2018

Woman killed while crossing street in Tampa

A 23-year-old driver struck and killed a 63-year-old Tampa woman on Wednesday night.

05/25/2018

Man ordered to leave parents' home offered job

A 30-year-old man ordered by a judge to move out of his parents' home in upstate New York has been offered a job and a starting bonus by a restaurant chain.

05/25/2018

Unidentified bicyclist bitten by a raccoon

Early Friday morning a bicyclist stopped to help a raccoon that was hit by a car when the animal became aggressive and appeared to bite the individual. 

05/25/2018

Body of missing 5-year-old found under bridge

A small, decomposing body found under a bridge in rural central Kansas is that of 5-year-old Lucas Hernandez, a Wichita boy who has been missing since February, police said Friday.

05/25/2018

Pasco Schools safety guards set for training

The Pasco County school district says they’ve already extended offers to 50 people to fill the new safety guard positions at elementary schools.

05/25/2018

More than 40 horses rescued from neglect case

More than one hundred animals were rescued from a Hernando County animal sanctuary including 46 horses. 

05/25/2018
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