Erin Murray, Bay News 9

Erin Murray

Bay News 9

Orlando, FL, United States

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Past articles by Erin:

New blood cancer treatment an advancement in health care, experts say

After being diagnosed with multiple myeloma, Bright Land Coffee owner Gary Lambert receives a new way to fight the cancer. → Read More

Christmas without husband, father and friend for Sumterville family

High atop the mantel this Christmas, there isn’t holly or tinsel. Instead, items to remember the man Stacy and Beverly Ray love. → Read More

Networking program at Moffitt Cancer Center helps young adults with cancer diagnosis

Pasco teacher, Joel Santos, said AYA made such a difference in his journey; at one point giving him the will to continue with treatment. → Read More

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in Florida

Moffitt Oncology Surgeon Dr. Jobelle Baldonado says getting a yearly lung CT scan, for those who qualify, can save many lives. → Read More

$43.8 million renovation gives new look to St. Pete High School

This was not a normal restoration project, because the school is in the state and national historic registry. → Read More

New announcer, new season at Tampa Bay Downs

Jason Beem knows he is filling big shoes by picking up the mic as the new track announcer at Tampa Bay Downs. → Read More

Tampa Bay restaurants ask Congress for a financial assistance refill

The Restaurant Revitalization Fund ran dry, and local eateries want Congress to provide a $60-billion-dollar refill. → Read More

A Place to Grieve: Idlewild Baptist Church Hosts Recent Law Enforcement Funerals

There have already been three this year. → Read More

Dance in the Time of Coronavirus: Choreographers Put on Live Street Performances

After three months of being cooped-up, two local choreographers decided things needed to change. → Read More

Women of the Apollo Program Reunite After 50 Years

The women worked mostly as associate engineers who helped with computer, scientific and flight programs. → Read More

Happiness Signs Are Popping Up Around St. Pete

In red and yellow, signs with the word 'Happiness' are popping up across St. Petersburg. → Read More

Seminole schools security system includes panic button phone app

After shootings like the one last month in Parkland, several school districts are taking a hard look at their security measures. → Read More

Noor Salman trial: Jury selected for Pulse shooter's widow

A jury was selected Monday for the federal trial of Noor Salman, who is accused of helping her husband with the June 2016 Pulse nightclub massacre. → Read More

Orange County parents demand for school safety at Windermere High meeting

More than 200 people gathered at Windermere High to listen and discuss school safety issues at hand in Orange County. → Read More

Orlando toughens penalty for social media school threats

Orlando has passed an emergency ordinance that makes social media threats against schools illegal, falling under disorderly conduct. → Read More

GOAA postpones vote on privatizing Orlando airport security

The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority is holding off on a proposal to replace TSA agents with private security screeners. → Read More

Orange County students, parents hold vigil for Parkland shooting victims

Across Florida Monday night, vigils were held by the Florida Parent-Teacher Association to mourn the Parkland massacre. → Read More

Responding after a tragedy: 'Don't try to suppress feelings'

‘Not again’ is a feeling thousands felt when learning and seeing another tragedy unfold in Parkland, Florida on Wednesday, Feb. 14. → Read More

Central Florida church throws prom for people with special needs

It’s the third year the Christ Presbyterian Church has hosted ‘A Night to Shine,' with the help of the Tim Tebow Foundation. → Read More

Due to recent attacks, UCF offers self-defense classes for women

After three attacks on the University of Central Florida campus, many women have signed up with for a self-defense class. → Read More