Section of Price Blvd. close until further notice, North Port officials say
Section of Price Blvd. close until further notice, North Port officials say

NORTH PORT, Fla. (SNN TV) - A section of Price Boulevard in North Port is closed for the week because of damage following this weekend's downpour. Price Blvd. is closed in both directions between Cranberry and Salford Boulevards because of this gaping hol

22 mins ago by Don Brennan
Pine View grad crowned "Miss USA"
37 mins ago by Don Brennan
The 90s blue mirage: A Sea Change in Florida Politics
October 1st, 5:23 PM EDT by Marco La Manno
Lightning strikes home, flooding strands vehicles in North Port
Lightning strikes home, flooding strands vehicles in North Port

Firefighters encountered a haze and then noticed a hole in the roof caused by a lightning strike.

September 30th, 9:32 PM EDT by Marco La Manno
Florida minimum wage up to $12 as of Saturday
Florida minimum wage up to $12 as of Saturday

It's part of a measure approved by voters in 2020.

September 30th, 6:17 PM EDT by Marco La Manno
New College issues cease-and-desist letter to Alt New College
New College issues cease-and-desist letter to Alt New College

The college claimed the organization infringed on the "New College" trademark.

September 30th, 6:15 PM EDT by Marco La Manno
Sarasota County Public Utilities addresses foul smell around neighborhood lift station
Sarasota County Public Utilities addresses foul smell around neighborhood lift station

There is light at the end of the tunnel for Sarasota residents off of Fruitville Road who say they have dealt with a foul smell for months.

Sarasota County Public Utilities’ is handling the process that goes into addressing these issues.

September 29th, 11:40 PM EDT by Kaitlynn Berning
Sarasota issues No Swim Advisory for two area beaches
Sarasota issues No Swim Advisory for two area beaches

Sarasota issues No Swim Advisory for two area beaches

September 28th, 11:34 PM EDT by Kaitlynn Berning
Detwiler’s Farm Market to reopen 1 year after Ian
Detwiler’s Farm Market to reopen 1 year after Ian

Thursday marks one year since Hurricane Ian ripped through the Suncoast.

September 28th, 8:33 AM EDT by Sydney Roell
Mobile food vendor spaces now available at Warm Mineral Springs Park
Mobile food vendor spaces now available at Warm Mineral Springs Park

The City Commission adopted Ordinance No. 2023-20 related to the operation of food trucks at Warm Mineral Springs Park at its regular meeting on Sept. 26.

September 27th, 11:49 PM EDT by Kaitlynn Berning
Man, 24, arrested for Lewd or Lascivious Battery against Bradenton middle school student
Man, 24, arrested for Lewd or Lascivious Battery against Bradenton middle school student

Bradenton Police detectives arrested Aldo Manuel Garcia Fernandez, 24, of Sarasota, for Lewd or Lascivious Battery against a Bradenton middle school student.

September 27th, 11:38 PM EDT by Kaitlynn Berning
New esports arena provides community to Ringling students
New esports arena provides community to Ringling students

It's not hard to find student gamers at the college. And Ringling student Jaehee Kim said for those who liked to play Super Smash Brothers, playing online was a problem.

September 27th, 5:24 PM EDT by Marco La Manno
Scrubber system installation begins on neighborhood lift station to address foul smell
Scrubber system installation begins on neighborhood lift station to address foul smell

Sarasota residents in a neighborhood off of Fruitville Road said they have dealt with a foul smell for five months, but they may finally get the reprieve they have hoped for.

September 26th, 11:26 PM EDT by Kaitlynn Berning
Venice man arrested in Cape Coral for robbery, CCPD says
Venice man arrested in Cape Coral for robbery, CCPD says

LEE COUNTY, Fla. (SNN TV) -- A Venice man, suspected of burglaries in Sarasota County, was tracked down by a U.S. Marshal's Task Force, and now faces charges in Cape Coral, according to Cape Coral police.

September 26th, 11:14 PM EDT by Don Brennan
Misty Creek Country Club sold to Naples investment company
Misty Creek Country Club sold to Naples investment company

SARASOTA COUNTY, Fla. (SNN TV) -- A Naples company is buying up all of the Suncoast golf courses. Well, a few of them anyway. According to the Herald Tribune, Coral Investment Group and ITG Group, bought Misty Creek Country Club for an undisclosed amount,

September 26th, 10:49 PM EDT by Don Brennan
Dr. Francis taking the helm at Brookside Middle School
Dr. Francis taking the helm at Brookside Middle School

Sarasota County, Fla. (SNN TV) – Dr. Nate Francis has been selected as the next principal of Brookside Middle School, according to an announcement by Sarasota County Schools. “Nate is highly collaborative and has a passion for connecting stude

September 26th, 8:40 PM EDT by Don Brennan
Furry friends bring joy to dementia patients in Sarasota
Furry friends bring joy to dementia patients in Sarasota

A teacup yorkie, alongside other furry friends, brings joy to local dementia patients.

September 26th, 8:43 AM EDT by Sydney Roell
Sarasota commission will decide funding fate of human services nonprofits
Sarasota commission will decide funding fate of human services nonprofits

Commissioner Mike Moran has put together put together his own funding recommendations for the 27 programs, but he’s also drawing some criticism for his choices.

September 25th, 4:35 PM EDT by Marco La Manno
National Autism Sailing Camp comes to Sarasota
National Autism Sailing Camp comes to Sarasota

Spectrum Sailing is the only National Autism Sailing Camp.

September 25th, 9:05 AM EDT by Sydney Roell
A conservative Democrat changes his stripes: A Sea Change in Florida Politics
A conservative Democrat changes his stripes: A Sea Change in Florida Politics

We look at the conservative Democrat who switched parties, and we dive into 80s-era Florida being led by the man who may have picked fruit for your parents.

September 24th, 6:32 PM EDT by Marco La Manno
First responders ribbon cutting held in Venice
First responders ribbon cutting held in Venice

A 40-year-old flag pole from Fire Station 51 was restored and hung as a tribute.

September 24th, 5:50 PM EDT by Marco La Manno
UPDATE: Missing Sarasota County woman found
UPDATE: Missing Sarasota County woman found

SCSO said she's suffering from memory loss and went missing from their jurisdiction.

September 23rd, 9:42 PM EDT by Marco La Manno
Booker High to be honored at FHSAA Hall of Fame
Booker High to be honored at FHSAA Hall of Fame

Principal Dr. Rachel Shelley will accept the award Sunday during the Florida High School Athletic Hall of Fame Ceremony in Gainesville.

September 23rd, 6:00 PM EDT by Marco La Manno
10-year-old North Port boy drives sister 200 miles in mom's car, deputies say
10-year-old North Port boy drives sister 200 miles in mom's car, deputies say

ALACHUA COUNTY, Fla. (SNN TV) -- A 10-year-old North Port boy, who had been reported missing, was caught driving his mom’s car, which had been reported stolen, on I-75 in the wee hours of Thursday morning. Not only that, the boy was over 200 miles

September 22nd, 6:23 PM EDT by Don Brennan
Humphris Park in Venice set to reopen Saturday
Humphris Park in Venice set to reopen Saturday

Hurricane Idalia tore apart Humphris Park in Venice. Not only did it shut down the parking lot, but the jetty has been closed due to the destruction. The park is planned to reopen on Saturday.  

September 22nd, 5:14 PM EDT by Alex Vaughn
United Auto Workers Union strike potential effects on Florida
United Auto Workers Union strike potential effects on Florida

he ripple effects of the United Auto Workers Union strike are already being felt by businesses. The strikes were initiated on Sept. 15 at assembly plants in Michigan, Ohio, and Missouri.

September 22nd, 3:25 PM EDT by Sydney Roell
Within a minute of each other 2 lightning strikes cause fires at two homes
Within a minute of each other 2 lightning strikes cause fires at two homes

NORTH PORT, Fla. (SNN TV) -- Lightning strikes within one minute of each other caused two house fires in North Port this afternoon. According to a North Port Fire Rescue spokesman, firefighters responded to the first at a house in the 1100 block of Calgar

September 21st, 11:54 PM EDT by Don Brennan
Son of man killed in drunken hit-and-run speaks out after driver's sentencing
Son of man killed in drunken hit-and-run speaks out after driver's sentencing

A family finally served justice, after the woman who hit and killed their loved one was sentenced to 11.5 years behind bars. 

September 21st, 11:46 PM EDT by Kaitlynn Berning

Call tip line: (941) 361-4600 

Trending Stories 

Weather 

It's Your Health 

Sports