Pinellas Man That Spent 51 Days In Coma Warns Against Holiday GatheringA Pinellas County man who spent more than 75 days in an intensive care unit fighting Coronavirus echoes local warnings to practice patience by not gathering for holidays. As the holidays draw near, local leaders are also asking people to be more careful than ever about taking COVID-19 precautions.
Cleanup Continues In Aftermath Of Tornado That Ripped Through Tampa BayCleanup efforts continue in the aftermath of that tornado that ripped through multiple counties in Tampa Bay on Wednesday afternoon. CW44's Andrea Alvarez spoke with residents about what they went through during the frightening moments when the tornado touched down.
Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Rolling Out In Pinellas County Long-Term Care FacilitiesOver the next several days, Pinellas County Health Department is working to vaccinate residents and employees at all of their long-term care facilities with the new COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine.
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.
Hillsborough Code Enforcement Ramps Up Visits To Local Businesses Through HolidaysStarting this week, Hillsborough County Code Enforcement Officers are going to local businesses every day to make sure everyone is following CDC guidelines. Previously officers were only responding to code violation calls every once in a while.
First Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Administered At Tampa General HospitalThis week, people in the Tampa area are receiving the first round of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
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.
Hillsborough Surveys Residents To Develop COVID Vaccine Distribution PlanThe Hillsborough County Office of Emergency Management is asking residents to fill out a survey, that will help the county put together a vaccine distribution plan.
St. Petersburg Police Department Rolls Out Body Cam ProgramThe St. Petersburg Police Department announced on Thursday they are rolling out a body worn camera program.
Winter & Hope Celebrate Anniversaries By Raising Awareness For Pet AdoptionHometown movie star dolphins, Winter and Hope celebrate their rescue anniversaries this week. Local organizations emphasize the event to celebrate not just the famous dolphins but to encourage rescuing furry land friends as well.
Surge In Online Shopping Delivers Increase In Cardboard WasteThis year the Pinellas County Department of Solid Waste is seeing an increase in cardboard box waste because of the pandemic, now employees are working around the clock to remind people how important it is to recycle.
Hillsborough County Distributes Free Masks To Those In Need As Cases RiseAs COVID-19 cases increase in the area, Hillsborough County is now offering free masks to the public to try to reduce the spread of Coronavirus. This comes just one day after the nation saw it’s deadliest day for COVID-19.
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.
St. Pete Business Owner Responds To Store Being Vandalized On Black FridayTuesday, a St. Pete business owner is responding after her store was vandalized on Black Friday.
Mayor Kriseman Challenges County To Become 'Safest COVID-19 Community In Florida'The mayor of St Petersburg announced Monday his new campaign challenging the city and the rest of the county to become the safest community in the state when it comes to COVID-19.