Julie Salomone, WFTS

Julie Salomone


Tampa, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Julie:

Wing foil surfer bitten by shark near Anna Maria City Pier

A wing foil surfer was bitten by a shark near the Anna Maria City Pier. → Read More

Tampa General Hospital says vaccinations are the best defense against COVID-19

Tampa General Hospital urges people to not go to the emergency department to get a COVID-19 test. → Read More

Hillsborough County dad uses sidewalk chalk to draw classic Christmas characters

A Hillsborough County father is using sidewalk chalk to draw classic Christmas characters outside his home in Lutz. → Read More

Firefighters attend training to respond to aircraft emergencies at Tampa International Airport

On Thursday evening, large plumes of smoke could be seen around Tampa International Airport. → Read More

Friends raise money for 34-year-old battling terminal brain cancer

Friends are collecting donations and hosting a fundraiser for a 34-year-old who is battling terminal brain cancer. → Read More

Legal analyst reacts to verdict convicting 3 Georgia men of killing Ahmaud Arbery

A Georgia jury found three men guilty of murder in the shooting death of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery. → Read More

Hillsborough County homeowner faces fines for putting Christmas lights up too early

A Hillsborough County homeowner could be fined by his HOA for putting up Christmas lights too early. → Read More

Florida black bear gets head stuck in plastic container for nearly a month

State wildlife officials rescued a black bear after its head got stuck in a plastic container. → Read More

Brooksville toddler relapses after being diagnosed with rare cancer

A Brooksville toddler relapses after being diagnosed with a rare cancer nearly two years ago. → Read More

American Airlines cancels, delays hundreds of flights nationwide this weekend

American Airlines canceled or delayed hundreds of flights nationwide since Friday. → Read More

Pinellas County couple finds lost dog in Georgia and reunites her with owner

A Pinellas County couple reunited a pet owner with her dog after finding the lost animal in Georgia. → Read More

St. Pete business owner has boutique turned into a movie set

A St. Pete business owner had her boutique turned into a movie set earlier this month. → Read More

Pasco County Schools announces proposed changes to bell times district-wide

Pasco County Schools announced district-wide proposed changes to the bell schedule. → Read More

Make-A-Wish grants 6-year-old Sarasota girl a new puppy

Make-A-Wish Southern Florida granted a wish for a 6-year-old Sarasota girl who is battling brain cancer. → Read More

New Port Richey artist creates mural in memory of Gabby Petito

A New Port Richey artist created a mural in memory of Gabby Petito. → Read More

'All Time Low' performed free pre-game concert to kickoff the Lightning's new season

"All Time Low" performed a pre-game concert to celebrate the Tampa Bay Lightning and the new season. → Read More

FBI, North Port Police Department search Brian Laundrie's family home

The FBI collected evidence from inside the home and also towed a Ford Mustang from the driveway. → Read More

Family of missing North Port woman says boyfriend refuses to answer questions

The family of a missing North Port woman said they want answers regarding their daughter's disappearance. → Read More

North Port woman on cross-country trip reported missing

A North Port woman who was on a cross-country trip was reported missing by her family over the weekend. → Read More

Clearwater Marine Aquarium cares for sea turtles impacted by red tide

"We're keeping a really close eye on this. We definitely have seen an uptick in the deceased turtles that we're receiving calls about from people finding them on the beaches," said Dr. Marquardt. → Read More