One local business owner is trying something new from his office this Thanksgiving. After making it through a pandemic without having to face a shutdown he’s giving back to the community who has helped him stay in business.
St. Petersburg Mayor At Stand-Still With Tampa Bay Rays Over Stadium PlansSt. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman says the city and the Tampa Bay Rays remain at a stand-still. Right now, the team and the city are disagreeing on ownership of the land Tropicana Field sits on and the future development of the property.
Bay Area Political Leaders React To Super Bowl Plans Amid The PandemicMonday morning, leaders from all over the Tampa Bay Area joined together to talk about Super Bowl plans over the next two weeks and how to keep everyone safe during the pandemic.
Sarasota Medical Workers Surprised With Tickets To Super BowlThe NFL surprised some medical workers in Sarasota, Friday with tickets to the Super Bowl in Tampa!
President Biden's Air Traveler Mask Mandate Removes Grey Area Of Enforcement At Tampa International AirportEnforcing varying degrees of mask mandates at Tampa International Airport was a struggle until Thursday. President Biden wasted no time in his first full day in office, signing a federal order mandating the use of masks and face coverings for all air travelers. Airport officials hope the singular and clearly defined order will result in smoother operations.
52 Police Officers From Tampa Bay Helping To Secure Nation's Capitol On Inauguration Day52 Police Officers From Tampa Bay Helping To Secure Nation's Capitol On Inauguration Day
Tampa Bar Owners Prepare For Super Bowl WeekendBar owners across the Tampa Bay area are preparing for Super Bowl weekend and the festivities that come with it. The financial impact of the pandemic is top of mind for some owners who say their focus for the weekend is protecting patrons from getting the Coronavirus by enforcing social distancing, mask-wearing, and sanitizing.
Manatee County To Require Proof Of Residence To Receive COVID-19 VaccineThe Manatee County Department of Health is starting to require proof of residence to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. This requirement is expected to be imposed when the next round of COVID-19 vaccines are delivered to Manatee County.
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.
Tampa's First Lady Reacts To New Presidential Administration And Her Expanding Role In National PolicyIn Tampa Bay, local government officials prepare for changes as Inauguration Day wraps up in Washington, D.C. and one local political leader is extending her role to the nation’s Capital, further representing the Bay Area in policy issues.
PCSO Deputy Heneen Arrested For Threats Related To Capitol ViolencePCSO Deputy Heneen Arrested For Threats Related To Capitol Violence
Security footage from Pinellas Park gas station of Carjacking suspectSecurity footage from Pinellas Park gas station of Carjacking suspect
Polk County Deputy Arrested For Threats Related To US Capitol ViolenceA member of the Polk County Sheriff's Office has been placed under arrest for threats made regarding the violence at the U.S. Capitol.
COVID-19 Vaccine Report: Neary 45,000 People Late To Receive Second Round In FloridaNearly 45,000 people are late on receiving their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine according to the Florida Department of Health.
Single-Engine Plane Makes Emergency Landing On Treasure Island BeachA single-engine plane made an emergency landing on Treasure Island Beach, Sunday. The aftermath was captured by bystanders.
USF Political Prof Discusses President Trump's Looming Impeachment UncertaintiesAs we get closer to the inauguration of President-Elect Joe Biden, the country’s eyes are on whether or not President Donald Trump will be impeached in the United States Senate. CW44 News At 10 spoke with a Political Professor at USF for a better understanding of the uncertain road ahead.
Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Plan To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine Via Publix StoresGovernor Ron DeSantis Announces Plan To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine Via Publix Stores
Hillsborough County Plans To Vaccinate 3,000 People On FridayHillsborough County Health Officials are preparing to vaccinate 6,000 more people through January 15, 2021.
Florida Nurse Arrested For Sexually Assaulting Patient On Multiple OccasionsA nurse in Citrus County has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a patient multiple times. Katie Johnston reports.
Manatee County Revamps Covid Vaccine Registration Process, Receives Another Shipment Of DosesManatee County has received another one thousand doses of COVID-19 vaccinations which they plan to administer as soon as Thursday. With this announcement comes a more simplified process of scheduling an appointment to receive the vaccine.
Adam Johnson Out Of Jail Following His Participation In U.S. Capitol RiotA Bay area man, now infamous for images of him in the U.S. Capitol building holding Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi's lectern and was arrested for participating in the riots at the Capitol last week is now out of jail.
Nearly All Available Covid Vaccines Spoken For In Tampa Bay, Anxiously Awaiting Next ShipmentAs health officials in Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties wrap up week one of COVID-19 vaccine distributions to residents 65 and older, local government officials are honing in on the issues that still need major work before moving forward.
'They Took His Skull', 2 Florida Men Arrested After Authorities Find 5 Human Skulls In Their PossessionTwo Florida men are now behind bars after Polk County Sheriff, Grady Judd says the suspects allegedly broke into four graves at Edgewood Cemetery and stole human remains - three of which belong to military veterans.
The Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival Cancels Second Year In A Row Due To PandemicLocal businesses are responding after organizers announced the annual Sugar Sand Festival in Clearwater is cancelled for 2021 for a second year in a row due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tampa Bar Permits Hang In The Balance If They Cannot Adhere To Covid GuidelinesWith positive cases of Covid increasing, the City of Tampa is cracking down on bar and restaurant owners who violate the current city and county COVID-19 emergency orders.