Beth Rousseau, WFLA NEWS

Beth Rousseau


Tampa, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Beth:

YMCA’s ‘Turkey Gobble’ benefits cancer survivors

Thousands of participants spent Thanksgiving morning running in Tampa YMCA’s 8th annual ‘Turkey Gobble’. → Read More

AAA: These are the best times to travel for Thanksgiving

Millions are hitting the road to see family and friends for Thanksgiving. But before you head out, AAA suggests these times to avoid holiday hold-ups. → Read More

Thanksgiving travel tips from Tampa International Airport

“We’re actually a little less congested than we were last year but it’s still going to be very busy,” airport spokeswoman Emily Nipps said. → Read More

Tampa school uses new technique to address bullying

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – A recent study of students in Hillsborough County reveals only half feel that their schools are addressing bullying. One campus in Tampa is taking a new approach to prevent the issue. Marco Mooyoung is the mindfulness coordinator at IDEA Public Schools on North Nebraska Avenue. “I want them to say I […] → Read More

Bay Rocket: New speedboat tour launches in Tampa

Tampa’s newest attraction can cure any thrill-seeker’s need for speed. → Read More

Performances begin to return to Venice Theatre after Hurricane Ian

More than a month after Hurricane Ian left its main stage a mangled mess, the show will go on at the Venice Theatre. → Read More

Florida power companies push for another rate hike

A hearing in Tallahassee Thursday could determine whether many Floridians will pay more for electricity next year. → Read More

Trump expected to announce 3rd White House run at Mar-a-Lago Tuesday

Donald Trump is expected to announce a third run for president on Tuesday. → Read More

Florida veterans make trip to Washington D.C. to participate in ‘Parade of Heroes’

A historic group of veterans is spending Veterans Day weekend in Washington D.C. to take part in the ‘Parade of Heroes. → Read More

Dalí Museum, Mahaffey Theater at odds over planned expansion

Two major players in the St. Petersburg arts scene are at odds over an item up for voters’ approval. → Read More

On-site D-SNAP location opens at Tropicana Field

A new location is open for families impacted by Hurricane Ian to apply for the Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as D-SNAP. → Read More

DeSantis, Crist push for votes in last week of Florida governor race

Gov. Ron DeSantis and his Democratic challenger, Charlie Crist, are in the final days of their campaigns for governor. → Read More

Voters to decide future of Pinellas Suncoast Fire and Rescue

The Pinellas Suncoast Fire and Rescue Department is at risk of dissolving. → Read More

Largo voters to decide on controversial recreational complex

A proposed recreational complex in Largo is up for voters’ approval on Nov. 8. → Read More

Clearwater voters to decide on $400M development proposal

“We cannot afford to lose another decade the way we did with a 2000 referendum that failed,” Mayor Frank Hibbard said. → Read More

Early voting begins in Pasco and Hernando counties

Early voting for the 2022 General Election started Wednesday morning in Pasco and Hernando counties. → Read More

SunRunner bus, connecting downtown St. Pete to beach, now running

Rides are free for the first six months. → Read More

19-year-old killed in Tampa shooting; police investigating

The incident is the latest in a string of shootings involving teenagers in the Tampa area. → Read More

Tampa Fire Rescue accepting donations for Hurricane Ian survivors

The Tampa Fire Rescue is holding a donation drive to help families impacted by Hurricane Ian. → Read More

Pasco County voters weigh renewal of penny sales tax

Pasco County’s penny sales tax is up for renewal during the November 8 General Election. → Read More