Ghosts of Ybor City - Part 2 of 5 - CW44 News At 10Watch Part 2 of the 5 part series, Ghosts of Ybor City.
Clearwater Fire And Rescue Installs Free Fire Alarms For ResidentsAt Clearwater Fire Station 51, officials say people underestimate the importance of a smoke alarm, they say installing one of these can save your life when you least expect it.
Ghosts of Ybor City - Part 1 of 5 - CW44 News At 10Watch Part 1 of the 5 part series, Ghosts of Ybor City.
Ghosts of Ybor City - TonightTune in at 10pm each night Halloween week as reporter Andrea Alvarez brings you interviews revealing the Ghosts of Ybor City.
Local Hospital Sees Lowest Pediatric Hospitalizations From COVID-19Dr. Perno says every week he’s seeing the number of child hospitalizations go down.
Pasco County Schools Considering District-Wide Schedule ChangeThe Pasco County School District is considering changing school start and end times, all because of a bus driver shortage.
Hillsborough County Sheriff Says 125 Arrested During "Operation Round-Up"The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office conducted a 20-day operation combatting human trafficking resulted in 125 arrests, and the rescue of 5 individuals believed to be victims of human trafficking.
Local Nonprofit Creates First School in U.S. For Children With CancerThe first of its kind in the country, the 1Voice Foundation partnered up with Hillsborough County Public Schools to provide a school for children with cancer.
ZooTampa Starts Giving Animals COVID-19 VaccineOfficials at ZooTampa say they have a full list of species that are most susceptible to COVID-19, and that’s the order they are going to go in to vaccinate every animal.
Tampa Student Tours Pandemic-Impacted Industries For Better UnderstandingWhen he saw what was happening around him during the Covid-19 pandemic, USF student Sean Schrader shifted his attention from classroom research to independently analyze Tampa Bay’s workforce.
City Of Tampa Asks For Community Input On West Tampa Development PlanAffordable and market rate housing, retail stores, restaurants, local businesses, a workforce training center, and recreational areas will soon full the 18- acre area.
HCPS Launches Quarantine Tutoring Program for StudentsThe Hillsborough County School District launched a new virtual program to help alleviate pressure from both students and teachers when a student must quarantine after being exposed to- or contracting Covid-19.
Local Businesses Are Being Investigated For Possible Vaccine Passport Law ViolationsThe state is investigating local Tampa Bay businesses for possibly violating the vaccine passport law.
Local Doctor Recommends COVID-19 Precautions For HalloweenShe says it’s important to still social distance, but keeping your hands clean is the most critical part.
State Board of Education Decides Not To Penalize Hillsborough County Schools For New Mask PolicyBoth Hillsborough and Sarasota Counties were removed from that list because they adjusted their mask policies.
Hillsborough County Schools Changes Mask PolicyThe board voted to remove the medical opt-out requirement, and now all parents have to do is fill out a form saying their child does not have to wear a mask at school.
Local Organizations Talk About Domestic Violence Awareness MonthOctober is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and following the Gabby Petito case, the issue is coming to light more than ever.
Polk County Sheriff Releases Names Of Three Victims In Davenport MurderSheriff Judd says Runyon is now being charged in the murder of 41-year-old Kevin Lanusse, 44-year-old Gregory Dolezal, and 46-year-old Dewlon “Dew” Donell.
Local High School Students Take on Barbering ElectiveAlthough it may seem simple in nature, it’s no shortcut in Mrs. Grooms’ classroom. Under these perms and conditions, students with MHS Barber Academy are encouraged to become licensed professionals.
Humane Society Of Tampa Bay Opens Pumpkin PatchAll money from the pumpkin patch goes straight to dogs, cats, and bunnies in need.
Report: Florida Faces a Nursing Shortage Crisis“The pandemic has absolutely exacerbated the workforce shortages in our hospitals,” explained Mary Mayhew who serves as President and CEO of the Florida Hospital Association. The healthcare worker shortage isn’t letting up.
St. Petersburg Breaks Top U.S. Cities Where Latinos Are ThrivingAs we approach the end of Hispanic Heritage Month, new data is being released on cities where Latinos are said to be thriving and Tampa Bay just made that list.

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