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Local Experts React To New Alzheimer's Drug, AduhelmTampa Bay Scientists were involved in the approval of the new Alzheimer’s drug, Aduhelm.
Accused Murderer Escapes From Pinellas County Jail, Then RecapturedAt the Pinellas County Jail, officials say Cody Jondreau scaled a 14-foot wall in a matter of 26 seconds while a deputy wasn’t looking.
Two Teenagers Arrested For Murder Of Polk County TeenagerJevon Berrien Junior and Margus Johnson were both arrested in the murder of 17-year-old Taigur Taguri.
Local Experts React To New Alzheimer's Drug, AduhelmUSF Florida Health Byrd Alzheimer's Center and Research Institute held trials for the new drug.
Woman Finds Wedding Ring After Losing It In The Ocean Six Days EarlierImagine losing a wedding ring in the middle of the ocean! One St. Petersburg woman did…and then found it six days later.
Tampa Film Star Lends His Life Story To Promote Workplace InclusionThe local star of an independent film based upon his life is bringing education, empathy and inclusion to the workplace for those with disabilities. 
Antisemitic Graffiti And Swastikas Found On The Florida Holocaust MuseumOfficials say they discovered the words “The Jews are guilty” surrounded by swastikas on The Florida Holocaust Museum early Thursday morning.
Businesses Hopeful To End Labor Shortage When Pandemic Unemployment Compensation Ends June 26Government issued pandemic unemployment compensation in the state of Florida ends on June 26, 2021. Bar and restaurant owners in St. Pete share their reactions to the news, some hope the labor shortage will resolve itself once the funding comes to a close. 
Pinellas County Real Estate Market Is Heating Up, Expected To Continue Over The Next 12 MonthsWhile COVID-19 wreaked havoc on small businesses across the nation, real estate, specifically in Florida did not share that experience.
Hillsborough County Schools Resumes In-Person GraduationsOne year after Hillsborough County in-person graduations were cancelled due to COVID-19, students at Plant High School walked across the stage.
Finn's Fighters Foundation Gives Back To Community, Raises Pediatric Cancer AwarenessA family in Tampa Bay that lost their son to pediatric cancer is helping support other families facing similar medical battles by hosting charity events and raising awareness through the not-for-profit Finn's Fighters Foundation. 
TPA Sees Longer Lines At TSA As More People Receive Covid VaccinationsTampa International Airport isn't immune from the COVID-19 staffing shortage that has affected many businesses across the country. As regulations begin to relax and more people are getting vaccinated, the growing amount of travelers is forcing TPA to adapt. 
USF Releases New Information About Water Quality Near Piney PointTwo months after the initial leak, researchers say water quality is improving.
Restaurant Owners Gear Up For 2021 Pride FestivalIt all begins Saturday morning and it’s the first big pride festival in Tampa since before the pandemic started.
Local Experts Explain How To Travel Safely This SummerExperts say even if you are fully vaccinated, make sure you have your mask when on vacation, just in case the places you visit require it.
Florida House Approves Gambling Agreement With Seminole TribeThe bill adds three main items to the gambling scene in Florida: sports betting, roulette, and craps in Seminole Tribe Casinos.
Hillsborough County Schools Discusses Masks For Next School YearTuesday night, the Hillsborough County School Board held a meeting discussing the district’s mask requirement for next school year.
Children 12 And Up Can Now Receive Pfizer Vaccine In Pinellas CountyAt MyKidzMD Pediatrics, experts say if your child gets the Pfizer vaccine, they could see similar symptoms to what adults usually experience.
Pros In Pinellas Share Hurricane Prep Tips As 2021 Season NearsWith hurricane season fast approaching, local experts share how to best prepare your home and family for a weather emergency.
FDA Approves Kids 12-15 For Pfizer Vaccine, Some Parents Remain ApprehensiveThe Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for use in children 12 to 15. Local experts and some parents are excited for this long-awaited decision to be made while other parents say they need more research to feel comfortable vaccinating their children.
Smoke Fills The Air In South Tampa From A Controlled Burn On A Job Site FireBillowing black smoke filled the air of South Tampa Friday afternoon as a controlled burn ensued on a job site.
Local Restaurant Owners React To New Law Allowing Alcohol To-Go OrdersGovernor Ron DeSantis signed the bill into law in Ormond Beach on Thursday, saying this will help businesses make more money while people are less likely to come out to restaurants.
Several Gas Stations Out Of Gas In Tampa BayAAA officials say while there is not a gasoline shortage from the shutdown in Florida, some gas stations may be out of gas because people are panic-buying.
Hillsborough County Schools Approves Emergency Financial PlanThe plan includes $101 million in CARES Act money from the state.

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