State officials say 98 children drowned in 2021, and a swim instructor at Swim Gym in Bradenton says even one child drowning is one too many.

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Cybersecurity Experts Dissect Buffalo Shooting, Social Media RolesTampa Bay cybersecurity experts are weighing in amid an investigation into social media platforms. New York investigators are looking into social media platforms used by the suspect following the Buffalo, N.Y. mass shooting.
Pinellas County Releases New Evacuation ZonesThousands of residents in Pinellas County are now in new evacuation zones.
Hillsborough County Schools Opens First Montessori ProgramHillsborough County Schools is getting its first ever Montessori learning program for students.
Local Mental Health Organizations Works With Hillsborough County StudentsOne local organization is partnering with Hillsborough County Schools to help students with mental health issues.
Tampa Black Advocacy Groups Address Hate Crimes Amid Buffalo ShootingThirteen people were shot and ten are now dead after a mass shooting in Buffalo, New York over the weekend. Tampa Bay black advocacy groups are speaking out about the racist attack.
Tampa Bay Animal Shelters Reaching Capacity Due to Housing CrisisSilk is proud of how far her local animal shelter has come, but part of a recent dramatic increase in the animal intake sector is due to the current housing crisis.
Local Nurse Demand Change In Tallahassee and Washington D.C.Some local nurses joined in on marches in Washington D.C. and Tallahassee on Thursday, asking for safer working environments and better treatment.
'I'm Terrified': Tampa Bay Parents Demand Solution to Baby Formula ShortageA nationwide shortage of baby formula has Florida families fuming. Parent’s tell CW44 News they are constantly in search of formula, but store shelves across the region are coming up empty.
Local Twins Graduate Top Two In High School ClassPlant city High School twins are graduating at the top of their class, both being at the very top, with one as valedictorian and the other as salutatorian.
Local Organizations Sue EPA Over Water Quality StandardsSeveral Florida organizations are claiming the United States Environmental Protection Agency currently has low standards when it comes to protecting marine wildlife.
Local Non-Profits See High Demand As Inflation RisesAs inflation rises, so does the number of people struggling to pay bills...and it's now having an impact on local non-profits.
Tampa Bay Businesses Are Being Impacted By Higher Gas PricesThe Tampa Bay Area is seeing the highest gas prices in five weeks...with the average hitting around $4.20 according to AAA.
Locals ‘Climb For Air’ to Support Lung Disease Awareness in Tampa BayEach year millions of people are impacted by lung disease, hitting home for many families. The American Lung Association is raising awareness and funding to help fight this deadly disease.
Restaurants See Big Crowds For Cinco De MayoMany restaurants are celebrating their first big Cinco De Mayo in more than two years because of the pandemic.
Researchers Dispel Long-time Lovebug MythsIt’s love bug season and researchers are putting some long-time myths to rest including how they actually effect your paint job.
Hillsborough County To Allocate $20 Million To Improve SidewalksHillsborough County Commission approved to allocate $20 million to improve sidewalks through out the county on Wednesday.
Scientists: Current Behaviors Could Lead to Mass Extinction of Sea LifeScientists suggest our habits are leading to mass extinction of sea life and that it could be our last chance to curb those behaviors.
Housing Market Impacts Florida Residents' Mental HealthMany reports are showing that Florida is one of the least affordable places to live in the United States right now, and it’s taking a toll on people’s mental health.
Sea Turtle Nesting Season Tips for BeachgoersAs sea turtle nesting season begins this weekend, local nonprofits and rescues are asking for your help to keep the hatchlings safe.
Local 13-Year-Old Plays Violin To Raise Money For Family In Ukraine13-year-old Serafim Fitzgerald goes to the St. Pete Pier every other weekend and plays the violin to raise money for his family.
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Local College Students Address Local Policing, Racial Systemic ChangeLocal College Students Address Local Policing, Racial Systemic Change
Billboard Welcomes Travelers To Florida With "Don't Say Gay" MessageThe signs recently put up by the organization called the Human Rights Campaign targets the Parental Rights in Education Law also known as the "Don’t Say Gay" Law.
‘Strawberry Picking Robot’ Helping to Address Farming Labor Shortage‘Strawberry Picking Robot’ Helping to Address Farming Labor Shortage

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