UPDATE: Florida Woman Crashes Into Garbage Truck, Injuring Child Passenger, Blames Truck DriverHaines City Police are searching for a Florida woman who faces multiple charges after she purposefully drove head-on into a garbage truck, causing her unrestrained child passenger to be injured on Monday morning.
Meeting Covid Vaccine Demand, Hillsborough Increases Call Center Hours, Agent StaffingAppointments for the COVID-19 vaccine are still available to residents age 65 and older this week in Hillsborough County. The County, in partnership with the Florida Department of Health in Hillsborough County, expanded the operational hours of its vaccine call center and will triple the number of call agents Tuesday to help residents in this category secure needed appointments.
Sarasota Police Searching For Additional Victims In Massage Therapist InvestigationThe Sarasota Police are searching for additional possible victims related to a current investigation of sexual battery that occured at a salon in Sarasota.
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.
Fraudulent Eventbrite Site Charging Some Tampa Bay Seniors For Covid Vaccine RegistrationSome seniors registering for the COVID vaccine in Pinellas County have found themselves duped into paying for appointments on a fraudulent website.
Pinellas County Covid Vaccine Appointments At Capacity On Day TwoTuesday was the first day for people 65 and older to receive COVID-19 vaccines in Pinellas County. Just one day after registration opened to the public, Pinellas County Health Officials say there’s not more spots available.
Covid Vaccine Websites Crash Monday As Tampa Bay Residents Rush To RegisterIf you were one of those across Tampa Bay who tried signing up for a COVID-19 vaccine Monday afternoon but were shut out, you’re not alone. Health officials say tech issues caused the site to crash.
One USF Student Seeks Normalcy In 2021Shaken and disoriented by 2020, many are still deciding how to embrace 2021. One USF student shares her optimistic hope of normalcy.
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.
Beyond Health Benefits, Covid Vaccine Delivers HopeOn Wednesday, people 65 years of age and older started receiving the first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in Manatee County. CW44's Casey Albritton spoke with a recipient of the first round of those vaccines and for her, the vaccine delivers peace of mind.
DUI Crash In Pinellas Park Leaves 1 Man Dead, 1 InjuredA St. Petersburg man is now dead after police say a drunk driver crashed into his vehicle early Tuesday morning.
COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Fully Booked Through Jan. 4 In Manatee CountyManatee County Health Officials began administering the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to people 65 and older on Tuesday.
Some Tampa Bay Residents Don't Believe $600 Stimulus Check Is EnoughAbout 24 hours after President Donald Trump signed an economic relief package bill that would give each adult $600, the government is now voting on whether or not to increase that amount to $2,000 per adult.
The Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine And What To Expect, According To A Tampa Doctor That Received ItCOVID-19 vaccines have begun the long road of distribution across the globe. A doctor at Tampa General Hospital discusses his experience receiving the vaccine and what to consider when it's your turn to get vaccinated.
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.