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Recent articles by Niko:

First show at Venice Theatre since Hurricane Ian draws excited crowd

The Venice Theatre opened its doors for its first show since Hurricane Ian devastated the main stage. However, a lot still needs to happen to get back to normal. → Read More

Hundreds attend tree lighting ceremony in Ybor City, welcome cool temps

Hundreds showed up for the annual tradition, now in its 12th year, and with the cooler temperatures, there was a Christmas-like atmosphere on 7th Avenue. → Read More

Nicole slams Florida’s east coast, causes minor damage in Bay area

Tropical Storm Nicole didn’t cause too much damage in the Bay area. → Read More

Rubio campaigns in Polk County ahead of next week’s election

Sen. Marco Rubio spoke with a crowd of his supporters Monday afternoon in Winter Haven. It was part of his “Getting Things Done Rally”. → Read More

Rep. Val Demings campaigns in Tampa, talks affordable healthcare

Democrat Senate candidate Val Demings was back in Hillsborough County Thursday, this time, talking with voters about the need and demand for affordable health care. → Read More

Growing concerns, questions surrounding flood relief project in Tampa

The southeast Seminole Heights community learned more about an ongoing project Wednesday, meant to alleviate flooding in the area. Construction started almost a year ago, but there are still many questions. → Read More

‘Why now? Why me?’ Bodycam videos of Florida voter fraud arrests show confusion, distress

From the bodycam videos made available, those arrested did not appear to know that they could not legally vote. → Read More

14-year-old in serious condition after he was accidentally shot in Largo, deputies say

A 14-year-old boy is in the hospital after the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office says he was shot accidentally on Wednesday. → Read More

North Port road destroyed by Hurricane Ian, neighborhood impacted

Some people in North Port are finding it challenging to get out of their neighborhood after a road crumbled during the storm. → Read More

Many in Sarasota County still without power Thursday night

According to the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office, there have been at least two hurricane-related deaths. Many people in the county are still without power. → Read More

Many in Sarasota County still without power Thursday night

According to the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office, there have been at least two hurricane-related deaths. Many people in the county are still without power. → Read More

Many evacuate barrier islands in Pinellas County ahead of Hurricane Ian

Pinellas deputies closed access to the barrier islands from Tierra Verde to the Dunedin Causeway at midnight Wednesday. → Read More

Major Tampa murder trial ends suddenly with surprise guilty plea

James Hanson is on trial for bank robbery, carjacking, and murder for a series of crimes in August 2019 → Read More

U-Haul says human error to blame for couple’s missing truck in Tampa Bay move

U-Haul has issued a statement after a Tampa Bay couple’s truck went missing with all their belongings inside, taking responsibility as a company for a “clerical mistake.” → Read More

Tampa working to protect cemeteries from future development

The city of Tampa is taking steps to protect cemeteries, which includes protecting them from future development. → Read More

FBI doubles reward for info on Lakeland man wanted for Jan. 6 riot

The FBI announced Friday that it is offering a $30,000 reward for information that will help authorities arrest a Lakeland man wanted for his involvement in the Jan. 6, 2021, capitol riot. → Read More

Karla Hernández, Val Demings talk with workers in Apollo Beach

Nominee for Lieutenant Governor Karla Hernández and candidate for U.S. Senate Val Demings both joined the West Central Florida Central Labor Council for their Labor Day Picnic in Apollo Beach Monday. → Read More

Fire destroys home, vehicles in Ruskin

A Tampa Bay area family lost just about everything when a fire destroyed their home Thursday. → Read More

Dozens moving into Tampa apartment complex call conditions unlivable

Dozens of people moving into a Tampa apartment complex say there are many issues with the building, from mold to exposed wires. → Read More

Warren calls sentencing in deadly Bayshore crash ‘excessively harsh’

He was sent to prison for killing a mother and her baby during a street racing crash on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018. Today, we learned what the former Hillsborough State attorney thought about the sentence for Cameron Herrin. → Read More