Eric Glasser, 10 News Tampa Bay

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10 News Tampa Bay

Tampa, FL, United States

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Past articles by Eric:

Jury finds man guilty in 2010 death of 'ThunderCats' writer

James Davis was accused of killing Stephen Perry, whose remains were found scattered across Hillsborough and Pasco counties. → Read More

Wanna welcome thousands to Tampa? Here's how to become the voice of TPA

Last year was the first year for the voice of TPA contest, but there were far fewer passengers and participants. → Read More

FWC rolls out new manatee rescue transport

The new truck is equipped with a diesel engine, cameras to help monitor the sea cows and a 3,000 pound lift. → Read More

Growing number of guns being found at TSA checkpoints

There have been 195 weapons found at Florida airports so far this year. → Read More

Accused Seminole Heights killer fights for his life in court

Attorneys for accused Seminole Heights serial killer Howell Donaldson III asked a judge to throw out the death penalty for several reasons. All were denied. → Read More

Local battle with HOA over holiday light display gets worldwide attention

A family in Westchase, Florida, has gained national attention after the HOA threatened to fine them up to $1,000 for putting holiday lights up before Thanksgiving. → Read More

Tampa Council asks for report to address firehouse gender bias claims

Tampa’s fire department has faced accusations of gender discrimination and dragging its feet on hiring minorities. → Read More

3 little pigs were really looking for homes, SPCA of Tampa Bay says

SPCA Tampa Bay had a real “Three Little Pigs” story on its hands. → Read More

BBB issues scam alert stemming from FEMA's COVID-19 funeral expense reimbursement program

The Better Business Bureau is warning about a scam targeting people who have lost loved ones to COVID-19 by posing as FEMA funeral reimbursement agents. → Read More

As travel ramps back up, here's why riders and ride-share drivers say they're getting uber-frustrated

Customers are complaining about higher surge pricing brought on by a lack of available cars. → Read More

Special legislative session on sports betting gets underway with some immediate changes

The Florida Legislature has started its special session to consider legalized sports betting in the Sunshine State. → Read More

Neighbors say they feel uneasy as homicide rate soars in St. Petersburg

The rise seems to have started toward the end of last year as shootings and murders began occurring at a pace they haven’t seen in decades. → Read More

Delivering his final "State of the City" address, Mayor Rick Kriseman looks back, and forward

“I will depart knowing the state of our city is safer, stronger and sunnier than I found it,” Kriseman said. → Read More

Cousins find massive 16-foot python in Hardee County

It turned out to be a Burmese python more than 16 feet long and close to 300 pounds. → Read More

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell shares his views on Tampa's Super Bowl effort

The commissioner gave his two cents on how the city has handled hosting the big game in the middle of the pandemic. → Read More

St. Pete unveils proposals for redeveloping the Tropicana Field site with or without the Rays

St. Petersburg, Florida, unveiled a handful of proposals that have made the cut for redeveloping the Tropicana Field site with or without the Tampa Bay Rays. → Read More

In days since DC uprising, thousands of Tampa Bay Republicans switch voter registration

In the days following the uprising in Washington, D.C., thousands of Republican voters across Tampa Bay have switched their party affiliation. → Read More

Derby Lane plans grand finale as live greyhound racing comes to an end at iconic track

In 2018 Floridians voted to phase-out live greyhound racing by the end of 2020. So, this weekend, Derby Lane is celebrating with what they’re calling a grand finale. → Read More

Pinellas law enforcement post notices, renew compliance push as COVID-19 cases surge

The flyers, being placed on doors and windows include reminders about face coverings and social distancing. → Read More

Despite COVID-19 challenges, Tampa's Winter Village and ice skating rink open for season

From Nov. 20, 2020, through Jan. 3, 2021, Curtis Hixon Park in Tampa will open its Winter Village and ice skating rink. → Read More