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St. Petersburg City Council Passes New Measures For Affordable HousingTo address the affordable housing issue, on Thursday, the St. Petersburg City Council approved to put $750,000 towards the contemporary housing alternatives of Florida Inc.
Local Hospitals See Spike In Child Hospitalizations From COVID-19Local hospitals are seeing a spike in child hospitalizations from COVID-19 and a record number of patients testing positive.
Local Experts Advise People To Reduce Plastic Use At GasparillaAs Gasparilla gets closer, the message from these environmentalists, is keep track of your belongings and trash.
Local Puppies Making Their Debut At The Puppy Bowl XVIIIThree local puppies will make their national television debut next month when they take the field for Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl XVIII. Rescue dogs Maisie, Billie and Jenna are with local animal rescue group Compassion Kind of St. Petersburg. Billie will star in the starting lineup. Masie will come in off the bench. Both dogs will play for Team Ruff. Featured as a cheerleader for Team Fluff is sweet pup Jenna.
Mulberry Man Fatally Shot On Sunday EveningDeputies from the Polk County Sheriff's Office responded to a shooting Sunday evening, January 16, where they found a man who was shot and killed in his backyard. 
Over $23,000 Raised From Betty White Challenge At Humane Society of Tampa Bay"The Betty White Challenge" encourages people all over the nation to donate $5 or more to any local or national animal shelter or rescue agency.
Manatees at Risk of Freezing During Colder MonthsIt wasn’t hard to notice Tuesday was frigid across Tampa Bay and since we’re already as far south as we can get, our next best bet is a thicker jacket - something our local manatees don’t have.
'Critical Discussions' Held On National Day of Racial HealingIt’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Tampa Bay is hosting a number of events in observance. While some of those events are aiming to recognize today’s important history, others are using it to push critical discussions on racism across the country.
98 Children Drowned In 2021, Local Swim Instructors Encourage Swim Lessons For BabiesState 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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Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 14: Will Tayson Hill Run All Over The Jets?Taysom Hill, who threw 4 interceptions for the Saints last week, should have better luck against the Jets this week.
Florida Sports Betting And Seminole Tribe DealSports gambling in Florida has come to a standstill just three weeks after a federal judge ruled that the originally formed compact that was forged between the state and the Seminole Tribe was in fact illegal. This comes after those in Florida were certain that now the issue of iGaming was resolved and that it would not be approved, online sports betting could finally come to the state. However, it seems now lawmen in the state studying the deal in detail have discovered holes in the legality of the deal.
NFL Week 13 AFC East Preview: CBS Boston's Levan Reid Calls AFC East Title Fight A Battle Of 'Big Brother Vs Little Brother'Levan Reid shares his thoughts on this week's AFC East matchups.
SportsLine Week 13 AFC West Picks: 'Denver Designed Well To Stop What Kansas City Does,' Says Larry HartsteinA Broncos win would give them at least a share of the AFC West lead, but they'll need to overcome Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.
Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 13: Elijah Mitchell Looks To Take Advantage Of Seahawks' DefenseThe 49ers should continue to feed Elijah Mitchell the ball, and the Seahawks probably won't be able to stop him.
Ravens-Steelers Preview: Pittsburgh 'Just Not That Dominant Team On Sunday,' Says CBS Sports' James LoftonThe Ravens lead the AFC North after a series of close wins, while the Steelers continue to struggle.