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Police: Street racers killed mother on Bayshore

Police say street racing on Bayshore Boulevard led to the death of a mother struck by a car while pushing her child in a stroller.

05/24/2018 download 

FORECAST: Rain chances rising for the weekend

Rain likely this weekend, heavy in spots. 

05/24/2018 download 

80% chance tropical system could develop in Gulf

The National Hurricane Center has given an 80 percent chance of development to an area in the Gulf of Mexico for later this week.

05/24/2018 download 

The dangers of Bayshore Boulevard

Bayshore Boulevard, the Tampa street of dreams, became a heartbreaking nightmare on Wednesday.
Police say street racers hit a mother and her toddler, who was in a stroller. The mother was killed, the baby is in the hospital.

05/23/2018 download 

Rain pushing snakes into Tampa Bay homes/yards

Snakes are on the move and you can blame this mid-May rainfall. Several trappers in Tampa Bay tell us they've been busy with calls of snakes seeking higher ground in people's yards and homes.

05/23/2018 download 

Work stopped at Crystal Lagoon due to no permits

Pasco County Fire Marshal issued 19 stop work orders after learning that the buildings surrounding the new Crystal Lagoon attraction in Wesley Chapel didn't have building permits.

05/24/2018 download 

NOAA forecasters: 10-16 named storms this season

U.S. government forecasters expect ten to sixteen named storms to form over Atlantic and Caribbean waters in the next six months.

05/24/2018 download 

Original Lee Roy Selmon's restaurant closing

The original Lee Roy Selmon's restaurant is closing its doors next month.

05/23/2018 download 

Coast Guard suspends search for overboard man

Coast Guard crews suspended their search for a 50-year-old man reported missing from Tampa cruise ship Tuesday approximately 85 miles off of Fort Myers.

05/23/2018 download 

Person shot in parking lot of Tampa Walmart

Tampa Police are looking for the person who shot someone in a Walmart parking lot Thursday morning. 

05/24/2018 download 

Judge orders 30-year-old son to move out

A New York judge ordered a 30-year-old man to move out of his parents’ house after they went to court to have him ejected.

05/23/2018 download 

Customers boycott Publix over political donation

People are boycotting Publix after the company donated $670,000 to a Republican candidate

05/23/2018 download 

More rain could bring more sinkholes in Florida

Heavy rains in Florida could bring even more sinkholes

05/23/2018 download 

Student arrested with loaded gun on campus

Metal detectors are being used at all Manatee County Schools after deputies arrested a Bayshore High School student on Tuesday for reportedly carrying a loaded gun on campus. Backpacks were also prohibited as an added precaution.

05/23/2018 download 

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 download 

FL man yells 'get out' of America at McDonald's

A Florida man faces multiple charges after sheriff's deputies say he threatened two customers at a McDonalds restaurant with a stun gun and knife and yelled "get out of my country."

05/24/2018 download 

Sunset Music Festival kicks off this weekend

Get ready to rave, Tampa Bay! The Sunset Music Festival kicks off this weekend at Raymond James Stadium. 

05/24/2018 download 

2 patients escape Ebola care facility in Congo

Two Ebola patients slipped out of a treatment center this week in the Democratic Republic of Congo, aid agency Doctors Without Borders said, raising fears the virus may spread as health officials raced to trace anyone they may have encountered.

05/24/2018 download 

Women accuse Morgan Freeman of harassment

A production assistant alleges Morgan Freeman subjected her to unwanted touching and comments about her figure and clothing on a near-daily basis.

05/24/2018 download 

Self-driving Uber saw pedestrian, did not brake

The autonomous Uber SUV that struck and killed an Arizona pedestrian in March spotted the woman about six seconds before hitting her, but did not stop because the system used to automatically apply brakes in potentially dangerous situations had been disabled, according to federal investigators.

05/24/2018 download 


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