Pasco, First FL County To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines Via WalgreensGovernor DeSantis held a press conference Wednesday addressing updates on COVID-19 vaccinations in Pasco County. Thousands of shots are now going into the arms of Floridians as distribution efforts enter the next phase across the state.
Pasco County Skips State-Run Covid Vaccination Registration Site, For NowThe DOH in Pasco County says for now, they will remain with their current COVID-19 vaccination enrollment system and forgo the the state-run system.
Pasco County Shifts Covid Site Schedule To Accommodate More VaccinesPasco County announces a shift next week away from COVID-19 testing to prioritizing COVID-19 vaccinations.
Federal Authorities Searching For Tampa Bay Area Man Wanted For Bank FraudAuthorities are searching for a Tampa Bay area man that is wanted for multiple federal indictments related to bank fraud. Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay is offering up to $5,000 for information that leads to his arrest.
Multiple Counties In Tampa Bay Area Now Accepting Appointments For Covid Vaccines As COVID Testing Sees Holiday RushWith the new year approaching, Tampa Bay health officials say testing sites are seeing a major influx of residents looking to get tested.
7 Arrested In Florida Retail Theft Ring, Costing Retailers Nearly $85kDetectives with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, working with other state and local officials have developed 8 suspects statewide during an investigation that started in August of 2019. The suspects are allegedly responsible for the theft and illegal re-sale of high-dollar items such as baby formula, diapers, and energy drinks, resulting in felony charges of grand theft and racketeering, among other crimes.
Pasco Couple Dishes On Having Twins And Saving Their Restaurant In a PandemicAs Florida settles into the Thanksgiving wave of the pandemic, a pair of Pasco County restaurant owners recount their struggles through the early wave of the pandemic and urge residents to continue supporting local restaurants.
Pasco Boating Industry Booms In Part To COVIDA Pasco County business owner says business is booming and that this is in part due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, she’s offering up some advice to help keep fellow neighboring businesses from going overboard.
Pasco County Small Businesses Fight To Survive The PandemicLocal small business owners are asking for your help in their fight to stay afloat. Small business owner in Pasco County shared his story with the CW44 News At 10 on how the community plays the biggest role.
This Election, 'One For The Ages', Says Pasco Supervisor Of ElectionsWe brought you a voter reaction here in Tampa Bay on election night. Now that those ballots are in, we're breaking down which counties lien blue and which went red for the presidential race and seem to be pretty close. CW44's Andrea Alvarez tracks the data and speaks with election leaders.
COVID Relief Scam: Florida Man Collects $1.9M, Buys Benz, Ford & Kept $100k Cash, Says OfficialsA Dade City man collected more than $1.9 million in Coronavirus relief funds to cover payroll expenses for 60 employees in his scrap metal business. Instead, he allegedly bought a 2020 Mercedes, 2020 Ford truck, withdrew over $100k in cash and wired the rest to a property management company in South Florida. His employees wages? Not a dime was used for payroll.
Vote-By-Mail Tips: How To Avoid Common ErrorsWith vote-by-mail setting historical records this election year, CW44 News At 10 spoke with Pasco's Supervisor of Elections to help voters identify common errors and avoid them.
Early Voting Sets Records In Pasco County, Anticipate Breaking MorePasco County voting officials tell CW44 News At 10, early voting records are still being broken this week. Officials are working to address voter concerns at the polls. Among those concerns is potential voting harassment.
Pasco County To Offer Another Round Of CARES Act Financial AssistancePasco County is opening another round of one-time assistance to residents that have been financially affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
SCREAM-A-GEDDON Now Open With Covid Precautions In PlaceOctober is finally here and so is SCREAM-A-GEDDON. With several Tampa Bay haunted attractions canceling plans this year due to COVID-19, the Florida-favorite scare park is now open and safely serving spook-starved guests.