Jennifer Titus, 10 News Tampa Bay

Jennifer Titus

10 News Tampa Bay

Tampa, FL, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Thousands of COVID-19 vaccine appointments expected to open in Pinellas County

More COVID-19 vaccine appointments for Pinellas County seniors could be on the way as early as this week. → Read More

Florida colleges and universities opt for online learning after Thanksgiving

With COVID-19 cases on the rise, many students won't return to campus until the spring semester. → Read More

Some Pinellas County teachers received recalled hand sanitizer

The school district tells 10 Investigates new sanitizer is being distributed. → Read More

Florida colleges report hundreds of coronavirus cases among faculty and students

Most Universities say the positive cases have been from those working remotely or students not on campus currently. → Read More

Where is the mobile COVID-19 testing lab in Florida?

10 Investigates tracks down where the StatLab has been and where it is heading next. → Read More

Questions continue to swirl around the accuracy of the state’s COVID-19 dashboard

Data that was not validated was put on the portal. → Read More

Daughter speaks out after losing stepmother to coronavirus at Bradenton nursing home

She says lack of testing is to blame. → Read More

Some people are being removed from the state's coronavirus death list. We asked why.

We reached out the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) about the discrepancy in the data to get a better understanding of how people are added or taken off. → Read More

UCF student struggling to pay rent during pandemic.

'I lost my job; my mom lost her job and my dad is disabled," Sara Goldstein said. → Read More

St. Petersburg mayor and Florida leaders urge Gov. Desantis to halt evictions

The governor previously said he would look into the issue to see what's happening at the national level. → Read More

'Licensing loophole' bill to protect patients passes unanimously

A local certified nursing assistant accused of inappropriately touching patients all the way back to 2016 continued to work in health care. → Read More

Florida House passes bill after 10Investigates exposes licensing loophole

Rep. Chris Latvala says HB 713 will protect our most vulnerable who are receiving care in healthcare facilities. → Read More

She locked herself out of her home: When she called for a locksmith, her problem got worse

Andrea Pennell locked herself out of the home she was staying in St. Petersburg, so she pulled out her phone and did a quick search for locksmiths in the area. → Read More

He was accused of inappropriately touching patients at nursing homes, but he continued to work

In September, news broke that CNA Falo Kane was arrested for sexually assaulting numerous patients in his care. One of those patients was Ashley’s mom, Deborah. → Read More

Turn To 10: Customers paid thousands to a local contractor. They say they can't get ahold of him.

The Garcia family say they signed a contract with Jamestown Kitchens back in October. After a check was written back in January, they haven't heard from the owner. → Read More

10Investigates looks back on another year of helping the community

Our 10Investigates team looks at 10 of the stories that made the biggest impact. → Read More

How the 'Skim Reaper' is trying to kill credit card skimming devices

The Skim Reaper device was developed right in our back yard inside a research lab at the University of Florida. → Read More

She couldn't get her mail for months. So, she turned to 10.

For Wanema Santiago, mail delivery is her connection to the outside world. Recently, the mail hadn't been arriving at her front door. Then, she turned to 10. → Read More

They say they're suing to help people with disabilities. Critics say they want 'blood money.'

Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuits are being filed against businesses lawyers argue don't have websites that are accessible for people with disabilities. → Read More

Apartment issues force family of 5 from home and into a hotel

A family of five now calls a hotel room home after issues with their apartment weren't fixed. Now, they've decided to Turn to 10 for help. → Read More