Tampa Bay Students Adjust Career Paths Based On COVID-19 ImpactLocal educators are hinting at the future of what the Tampa Bay workforce could look like and how students are now choosing to adjust their career paths based the COVID-19 pandemic.
News_3.23.21_AlvarezHomebound Florida residents in need of Covid vaccination are asked to speak up.
Community Mourns Loss Of 28-Year-Old Manatee County TeacherFamily and friends are mourning the loss of a Manatee County Public School teacher. Officials say the 28-year-old teacher died over the weekend in an ATV wreck.
'We had to rely on each other a little bit more.' College Athletes Talk NFL Combine Amid COVID-19Six Florida State athletes are getting a chance to show off their abilities to the NFL this week. CW44 News at 10 sat down with the six chosen to head to this year’s NFL combine and how the pandemic has impacted their journey to get there.
Governor DeSantis Expands Vaccine Eligibility To 50 And Older On MondayGovernor Ron DeSantis announced starting Monday, people ages 50 and up will be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and soon after, it’ll be opened up to everyone.
Sarasota Teen Arrested Monday in Connection To County Fair ShootingA Sarasota teen was arrested Monday in connection with a shooting that happened at the Sarasota County Fairgrounds Saturday night. 15-year-old Ansel Acosta was taken into custody after police say he drew a firearm and shot an 18-year-old victim at the fairgrounds.
Floridians Ages 50 And Older Now Eligible To Receive COVID-19 VaccineMonday was the first day Floridians 50 and older are able to receive the Coronavirus vaccine.
Hit And Run On Gandy BoulTampa Police are searching for a hit-and-run suspect that occurred late Friday evening on Gandy Boulevard.
Largo Man Surrenders To FBI, Faces Charges Related To Capitol RiotA Largo man is facing several charges after documents say he allegedly participated in the breach of the United States Capitol in January.
Manatee County Expands COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Age To 55 And OlderManatee County is working to get ahead of any vaccination hold ups. If you’re 55 and older, live in Manatee County, and plan to get the COVID-19 vaccine, you’re officially eligible to enroll yourself in preparation.
News_3.17.21_AlvarezSt. Patrick's Day Celebration at Finley's in Pinellas County
Man Arrested In Kidnapping Of One-Year-Old In ValricoOfficials say 26-year-old Rashad Mann allegedly stole a family’s car with a baby named Tinnley West inside.
Funeral Services Held For Tampa Master Police Officer Jesse MadsenFuneral Services Held For Tampa Master Police Officer Jesse Madsen - 3.16.21
News_3.16.21_AlvarezHoping for better adaptability, Manatee County opts to keep their own Covid Vaccine registration system in place versus the state-run site.
News_3.12.21_AlvarezCoronavirus vaccination progress in the US. Pinellas County health officials weigh in.
Tampa Shooting: New Footage Released Of 3 SuspectsNew surveillance footage was released Monday morning of three suspects allegedly involved in a Tampa shooting. Police are asking for tips in their investigation to help locate the suspects.
News_3.15.21_AlbrittonCovid Vaccine Eligibility age in Florida reduced to 60 years or older.
News_3.10.21_AlvarezUSF earns national recognition for commitment to supporting minority, women and veteran owned businesses.
Community Mourns Fallen Tampa Police Officer Madsen, Killed In Wrong-Way Crash45-year-old Jesse Madsen was killed when his police car was hit by a wrong-way driver on Interstate 275.
Tampa Suspends Sale Of Alcohol At Three Local BarsMacDinton’s Irish Pub, Club Skye and Club Prana were found to have violated both city and county Coronavirus restrictions.
Tampa Bay Business Owners Celebrate International Women's DayA 110-year-old tradition was celebrated among groups all across Tampa Bay Monday. International Women’s Day was at the top of the list for hundreds of entrepreneurs and business owners as these groups say they're 'choosing to challenge' themselves.
Bay Area Officials Warn About Coronavirus-Related ScamsOfficials say COVID-19 scams can be phone calls or they can happen when someone gets access to your information, like unemployment documents.
Governor DeSantis Expands COVID-19 Vaccine EligibilityGovernor Ron DeSantis expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to people under 65 who are at high risk, school employees and law enforcement officers.