Women's March in Sarasota
Women's March in Sarasota

All across the nation thousands of women gathered for the third annual Women’s March. Here on the Suncoast more than a hundred women gathered to let their voices be heard.

3 hrs 14 mins ago by Alejandro Romero
Woman Killed After Car Crashes Into Home in Venice
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Overdose deaths on the decline in Sarasota County
Overdose deaths on the decline in Sarasota County

SARASOTA- Americans are now more likely to die of an accidental opioid overdose than in a car wreck, but in Sarasota overdose rates are rapidly declining.

January 18th, 5:34 PM EST by Samantha Sonner
'A Doll's House, Part 2' debuts at Asolo Rep
'A Doll's House, Part 2' debuts at Asolo Rep

The New York Times calls it, "smart, funny, and utterly engrossing." 'A Doll's House, Part 2' premieres at Asolo Rep Friday.

January 18th, 4:26 PM EST by Hallie Peilet
Super Wolf  'Blood Moon' On The Way
Super Wolf  'Blood Moon' On The Way

 Heads–Up For Sunday, a rare Super wolf  'Blood Moon' is on the way. It's a special celestial event, and experts are already raving. 

January 18th, 10:35 AM EST by SNN Newsroom
Suncoast food stamp recipients coping through government shutdown
Suncoast food stamp recipients coping through government shutdown

As the longest government shutdown in US history continues, the Department of Children and Families warns food stamp recipients to budget their food stamps. Two Suncoast non–profits are determined to assure residents won't go hungry

January 17th, 5:39 PM EST by Jennifer Kveglis
Siesta Promenade lawsuit
Siesta Promenade lawsuit

SIESTA KEY — An outspoken opponent of the hotly contested Siesta Promenade development is suing Sarasota County over its approval. The lawsuit claims commissioners made several errors in their decision, and is challenging the legality of the Sarasot

January 17th, 10:51 AM EST by Don Brennan
Lawsuit of Army Corps over Big Pass dredging
Lawsuit of Army Corps over Big Pass dredging

SARASOTA - A Siesta Key group is suing the Army Corps of engineers over the Big Pass dredging. Save Our Siesta Sands 2 filed a suit on Friday to stop the controversial dredging project to renourish Lido Beach citing the Army Corps for allegedly violating

January 17th, 9:56 AM EST by Don Brennan
Venice burglary suspect caught on camera
Venice burglary suspect caught on camera

VENICE - The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help to identify the suspect who burglarized a business Monday morning in Venice. Deputies responded to a burglary call just before 8:30 a.m., at the Metro PCS store located at 763 S

January 17th, 9:45 AM EST by Don Brennan
Sarasota City Clerk Nadalini forces termination
Sarasota City Clerk Nadalini forces termination

SARASOTA — City Auditor and Clerk Pamela Nadalini has been fired after refusing to resign, following an investigation that concluded she bullied and berated her employees.Another city saga has come to an end as the embattled Sarasota city clerk was

January 17th, 9:42 AM EST by Don Brennan
Boat of drowning victim found
Boat of drowning victim found

MANATEE COUNTY - Detectives found the missing boat this afternoon in a patch of mangroves near the Carlton Arms apartments. This is a location close to where the Manatee River and Braden River meet. The boat does not appear to be damaged. There are no sig

January 17th, 9:39 AM EST by Don Brennan
Venice hits hold button on fees plan
Venice hits hold button on fees plan

VENICE - Venice pauses plan to take over road, park fees The Venice City Council likely will back off a plan to start collecting mobility and park impact fees on new construction, after a presentation by Venice City Attorney Kelly Fernandez at Wednesday's

January 17th, 9:37 AM EST by Don Brennan
Wild Orchid Man - Stig Dalstrom premiers new film
Wild Orchid Man - Stig Dalstrom premiers new film

Members of the Sarasota Orchid Society got an exclusive look at the premier of the latest film by the Suncoast’s Wild Orchid Man. 

January 16th, 10:28 PM EST by Alejandro Romero
Shaq kicks off 39th Ringling College Library Association's Town Hall Lecture Series
Shaq kicks off 39th Ringling College Library Association's Town Hall Lecture Series

SARASOTA- 39 years into the Ringling College Library Association's Town Hall Lecture Series they brought their first athlete to come speak on the Suncoast, and they brought in sports icon, Shaquille O'Neal.

January 16th, 5:40 PM EST by Samantha Sonner
Southeastern Guide Dogs honors vets and their canine companions
Southeastern Guide Dogs honors vets and their canine companions

Southeastern Guide Dogs Heroes Breakfast returned to Sarasota Wednesday.

January 16th, 2:28 PM EST by Jennifer Kveglis
Sarasota County Commission approves Venice Regional hospital site
Sarasota County Commission approves Venice Regional hospital site

Venice Regional Bayfront Health received the long–awaited votes it needed from the Sarasota County Commission Tuesday to build a new 210–bed hospital near Venice.

January 16th, 10:15 AM EST by SNN Newsroom
Beavers to bring innovation to Mote Marine Labs
Beavers to bring innovation to Mote Marine Labs

SARASOTA County - Mote Marine now has a C.I.O. Mote Marine Laboratory has named Alex Beavers as chief innovation officer, a new role dedicated to transitioning Mote research into commercial applications.

January 15th, 5:23 PM EST by Don Brennan & Samantha Sonner
Nokomis restaurant damaged in Irma to hold art auction
Nokomis restaurant damaged in Irma to hold art auction

Right at the Albee Road bridge, you’ll find Pelican Alley. 

"Over the past year and a half, it’s been a tough battle to get reopen,” Co-Owner Tom Adorna said. 

January 15th, 4:30 PM EST by Hallie Peilet
North Port Police searching for armed robbery suspects
North Port Police searching for armed robbery suspects

North Port Police Department is urging residents to be on the lookout for two men committed an armed robbery at a Domino's early Tuesday morning.

January 15th, 1:41 PM EST by Jennifer Kveglis
Sarasota Manatee Ohio State Alumni golf tourney is coming in April
Sarasota Manatee Ohio State Alumni golf tourney is coming in April

SARASOTA-MANATEE - The 2019 Golf Outing 17th Annual SARASOTA-MANATEE OHIO STATE GOLF TOURNAMENT will be held Saturday, APRIL 6, 2019 atPalm Aire Country Club. Proceeds from the alumni golf tournament go towards scholarships for Suncoast high school studen

January 15th, 11:04 AM EST by Don Brennan
People flocking to Suncoast through SRQ Airport
People flocking to Suncoast through SRQ Airport

SARASOTA - SRQ airport traffic rose 39% in December. Passenger traffic increased by 16 percent in 2018 compared with 2017 at Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport, with the year ending with a 39 percent increase in December compared with December 2017.

January 15th, 9:44 AM EST by Don Brennan
Low-income students could go hungry due to Government shutdown
Low-income students could go hungry due to Government shutdown

A Suncoast non–profit is sounding the alarm to warn residents a crisis could be among low–income families as early as February

January 15th, 8:57 AM EST by Jennifer Kveglis
Sarasota FD responds to alleged "chemical leak"
Sarasota FD responds to alleged "chemical leak"

The Sarasota Fire Department investigated an alleged chemical leak at a local amusement center

January 14th, 7:15 PM EST by Chip Reid
City of Sarasota holds public meeting for Lido Beach Pavilion
City of Sarasota holds public meeting for Lido Beach Pavilion

SARASOTA - Sarasota'a City Chamber was full of residents, many of those wearing red shirts showing distaste for changes made to the Pavilion at Lido  Beach. 

January 14th, 6:13 PM EST by Chip Reid
Venice High School students get first-hand look at aviation careers
Venice High School students get first-hand look at aviation careers

VENICE- Venice High School Students with a passion for aviation got a first-hand look at what it takes to have an aviation career. Gerardo Gonzalez has always dreamed of being a pilot.

January 14th, 5:34 PM EST by Samantha Sonner
'One Thing I Wish You Knew' spreads mental health awareness
'One Thing I Wish You Knew' spreads mental health awareness

Andrea Eiffert is the teen and family program coordinator for the Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee. She says she works with several teens who suffer from mental health issues.

January 14th, 4:07 PM EST by Hallie Peilet
Cell phones in schools to be discussed next month
Cell phones in schools to be discussed next month

Students having cellphones in school is something the Sarasota School Board members will look at during a conversation next month. 

January 14th, 9:54 AM EST by SNN Newsroom

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