Saturday, February 17, 2018

News

Sarasota unites in the aftermath of the Broward County shooting

SARASOTA COUNTY - After the tragic shooting in Broward County, Sarasota residents gather to show support for tougher restrictions on guns. The Brady Campaign a non-partisan...

PulsePoint app helps save lives

SARASOTA - There is a new app on the Suncoast that will help save lives. The Sarasota County Fire Department met outside of Fire Station...

Mustangs beat Tigers, secure regional berth

LAKEWOOD RANCH - District Semifinals for boys basketball tonight. Booker advanced to their district finals, and Venice beat Braden River to advance, as well. Riverview...

Dynasty Dance Club’s ‘Dynasty Stars’ hit the dance floor

SARASOTA - When the Dynasty Stars program began in 2016, it had just three members. "Our thought was just to have a fun dance program...

Flu vaccine falls short… but helps

NBC News - Experts say this year's flu vaccine can lessen the severity of the flu, but it's not working well to prevent flu...

Survivors describe horror of Florida school massacre

NBC News - Florida shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz made his first court appearance Thursday, one day after allegedly gunning down dozens at a Parkland...

Investigation of Todd Bowden calls claim ‘unfounded’

SARASOTA COUNTY - Claims made by a Sarasota County school employee that she was reassigned and experienced a hostile work environment, were determined unfounded. Lyna Jimenez-Ruiz...

Double shooting suspects turns himself in

MANATEE COUNTY - A man suspected of a double shooting that left one man dead at a Super Bowl party turns himself in. Manatee County Sheriff's...

Local school districts stepping up security

SARASOTA - Suncoast school districts are increasing security around the campus to ensure student safety. After the tragedy in Parkland, Sarasota Police Department wants parents...

Living with Lyme – what is Lyme?

SARASOTA - The CDC estimates more than 30,000 cases of Lyme disease are reported annually. That’s 1.5 times the number of women diagnosed with...