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Past articles by Bobeth:

Vietnam Vet gets gracious gift from a Suncoast dentist

MANATEE COUNTY, FL (WWSB) - As 2017 comes to a close, one Suncoast resident and Vietnam veteran is feeling grateful about the good fortune he's receiving after a roller coaster → Read More

Holiday shopping safety

SARASOTA, FL (WWSB) - The Thanksgiving weekend is among the biggest shopping events of the year. As people head to the stores, the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office wants to help you stay safe. SCSO deputies say vehicle burglaries and thefts increase this time of year and they are increasing patrols on roads and around area shopping centers. They have also issued a few safety tips. "A lot of… → Read More

Operation Puerto Rico Care Lift looks to make a difference for hurricane victims

(WWSB) - It's been two months since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, leaving the majority of the U.S. territory without power and running water. → Read More

Hundreds flock to Anna Maria for first ever “Old Soldiers and Sailors Parade".

ANNA MARIA, FL (WWSB) - Hundreds flocked to Anna Maria Island to watch the first ever “Old Soldiers and Sailors Parade." The event which was added to expand the city's annual Veteran Days celebration included two 100 piece marching bands from Lakewood Ranch and Manatee High schools, multiple community organizations, and of course the honored guests themselves, the vets who've severed out country. → Read More

Jellyfish take over area beaches and waterways

Jellyfish takeover area beaches and waterways. → Read More

Opportunity to weigh-in on road improvement projects

The community to get opportunity to way in on road improvement projects → Read More

Irma aftermath: Historic home may never be repaired

Irma aftermath: Historic home may never be repaired → Read More

Adding a median for safety along 41 is cause of concern for businesses

MANATEE COUNTY, FL (WWSB)- Suncoast roadways are ranked among the most dangerous in the state. In 2015 there were more than 1,800 accidents, about 100 of them were fatal. One → Read More

Former FEMA director to evaluate Sarasota EOC Irma response

Former FEMA director to evaluate Sarasota EOC Irma response → Read More

SCFD Battalion Chief Kocur is remembered for a life of service

SARASOTA, FL (WWSB) - The tragic loss of Sarasota County Fire Department Battalion Chief Bill Kocur continues to hit home for firefighters across the Suncoast. Kocur died over the weekend → Read More

SCF expands to Parrish

PARRISH, FL (WWSB) - After years of planning, State College of Florida is entering the first stages of an expansion into northeast Manatee County. The college purchased 74 acres of → Read More

Removing Irma debris may take longer than expected

Removing Irma debris may take longer than expected. → Read More

Myakka River to crest at more than 10 ft.

SARASOTA COUNTY, FL (WWSB) - The National Weather Service is issuing a flood warning for the Myakka River. People in Myakka City are seeing the early stages of that flooding, → Read More

Saint Martha's Catholic School takes part in solar eclipse project

Saint Martha's Catholic School students become solar eclipse citizen scientist. → Read More

Eye doctors urge caution when viewing solar eclipse

The fast approaching solar eclipse continues to spark warnings among them the need to protect your eyes. Eclipse warning → Read More

After a 20 year battle, the Mary Anderson Brown Field has a proposal for redevelopment

A corridor in the Newtown community of Sarasota could soon see major changes. → Read More

Historic homes from the 1800's in Sarasota are relocated

Effort's to preserve the history of one of Sarasota's oldest communities continues. → Read More

Flooded animal rescue center gets help from concerned community

BRADENTON, FL (WWSB) - Nate's Honor Animal Rescue turned to the community for help after heavy rain from Tropical Storm Emily left the facility flooded. → Read More

Sarasota opens its first all-female "Sober Home"

SARASOTA, FL (WWSB) - Sarasota now has its first Sober House for women. The facility, which works with those trying to transition from a life of addiction, opened earlier this → Read More

County says no funds to fix six-year drainage problem

Sarasota residents says they've dealt with a massive drainage concern for 6 years without getting help from county. → Read More