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Tampa man arrest in 1979 Plant City murder
Florida
The case went cold 35 years ago, but the Plant City Police Department and Florida Department of Law Enforcement say they’ve finally solved the murder of Charlotte Kelley.
August 26 2014
Plant City police make arrest in 1979 killing
Florida
PLANT CITY – A Tampa man has been charged with the 1979 killing of a young Plant City mother, solving the city's oldest cold-case murder, police said Tuesday.
August 26 2014
Hillsborough hires expert to assess juvenile diversion program
Florida
TAMPA — Hillsborough County’s civil citation program is making progress in keeping first-time juvenile offenders out of court and detention facilities.
August 25 2014
Detectives arrest man wanted in 2007 murder of Wharton High student
Tampa, Florida
TAMPA — A man who has been on the run since the 2007 shooting death of a 17-year-old Wharton High School student was jailed late Wednesday in Hillsborough County after being extradited from New York.
August 21 2014
Notorious Tampa Bay murder case to be featured on Investigation Discovery
Florida
The story of the 1989 murders of an Ohio mother and her daughters found floating in Tampa Bay will be featured on the true crime channel Investigation Discovery on Saturday. Oba Chandler was executed in …
August 21 2014
STD rates skyrocket in Hillsborough County
Florida
TAMPA — Florida has a sexually transmitted disease problem. Hillsborough County has it worse. Infectious syphilis cases have more than doubled in Florida over the past decade — and more than tripled in Hillsborough County in the same time frame, according to the Florida Department of Health . Cases of chlamydia in the state rose from 42,381 in 2003 to 77,851 in 2012 and more than doubled during ...
August 20 2014
Florida woman shoots 7-year-old grandson thought to be intruder
Florida
Sheriff's deputies in Florida say a 7-year-old boy is in critical condition after his grandmother mistook him for an intruder and shot him. Tyler Maddox was taken to a hospital after the shooting, which happened about 1 a.m. Tuesday in Tampa.  His condition was not released. Hillsborough County sheriff's officials say 63-year-old Linda Maddox and her twin grandsons were sleeping after their ...
August 20 2014
Man charged in fatal shooting outside Hillsborough club
Florida
TAMPA — A man was arrested late Sunday on a second-degree murder charge in a woman's shooting death that morning in the parking lot of a Tampa night club.
August 20 2014
Nurse Opposes Certain Types of Birth Control, Sues Clinic For Not Hiring Her
Florida
Nurse Opposes Certain Types of Birth Control, Sues Clinic For Not Hiring Her Nurse Opposes Certain Types of Birth Control, Sues Clinic For Not Hiring Her Health Religion Birth Control Pills Not Optimized Sara Hellwege is suing the Tampa Family Health Centers in Tampa, Florida, for allegedly not hiring her as a nurse-midwife because she is pro-life and refuses to prescribe certain hormonal birth ...
August 18 2014
Florida Hospital Carrollwood is Teaming Up With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to Provide Occupational He
Florida
Florida Hospital will help guide health and wellness initiatives for the Bucs support personnel. (PRWeb August 14, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/08/prweb12096800.htm
August 16 2014
Florida man accused of stabbing 16-year-old missing girl indicted
Florida
Steven Myers, the Florida registered sex offender arrested in Lafayette in June after stabbing himself and a 16-year-old missing girl, was indicted Wednesday on charges of attempted second-degree murder and aggravated criminal damage to property. Ashley Lyon, from Valrico in the Tampa Bay area, left home with Myers on June 11. The two were later recognized by a cashier at the Tiger Truck Stop in ...
August 14 2014
Inmate death haunts Hillsborough jail contract process
Florida
TAMPA — The private health services agency that treats Hillsborough County jail inmates is hoping to get an extension on its contract in spite of a scandal in 2012 in which an inmate suffered a stroke, was misdiagnosed and died, authorities said.
August 14 2014
Obamacare premiums rising 13.2 percent in Florida
Florida
TAMPA — Floridians who signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act will see premium increases averaging about 13.2 percent for 2015, according to data provided to the state Office of Insurance Regulation.
August 06 2014
Clearwater Community Volunteers Annual “Fashions with Flair” Fundraiser Features Tampa Bay’s
Florida
11th Annual “Fashions with Flair” to Benefit Shriners Hospital, Nourish to Flourish Program and Clearwater Family Holiday Festival, Winter Wonderland (PRWeb August 05, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/08/prweb12074404.htm
August 06 2014
Florida man gets life sentence for killing ex-girlfriend’s infant by throwing boy out of car
Florida
TAMPA, Fla. – A Florida man convicted of killing a 3-month-old boy by tossing the infant out of a moving vehicle has been sentenced to life in prison. Following a jury’s recommendation, a Hillsborough County judge sentenced 26-year-old Richard McTear on Tuesday. Jurors found him guilty last week of first-degree murder, kidnapping, battery, and aggravated Read the Rest of the Entry
August 06 2014
Florida man gets life for throwing baby from car
Florida
TAMPA, Fla. — A Florida man convicted of killing a 3-month-old boy by tossing the infant out of a moving vehicle has been sentenced to life in prison. Following a jury's recommendation, a Hillsborough County judge sentenced 26-year-old Richard McTear on Tuesday. Jurors found him guilty last week of first-degree murder, kidnapping, battery, and aggravated child abuse charges. Prosecutors had been ...
August 06 2014
Mother of girl found dead in Tampa Bay still looking for answers
Tampa, Florida
It has been three months, but a mother still doesn't know who killed her girl.
August 06 2014
Longtime Northside Mental Health Care Center HR chief to retire
Florida
TAMPA — The woman is notably Northside Mental Health Care Center’s chief ambassador.
August 04 2014
MOSI gets $2 million gift for Imax theater
Florida
TAMPA — Florida Hospital gave Tampa's Museum of Science and Industry a $2 million shot in the arm Friday. The donation will cover the cost of converting the science museum's Imax dome theater from film to 3D digital projection.
August 04 2014
Legal challenge to Hudson hospital’s trauma center dropped
Florida
TALLAHASSEE — Three Tampa Bay-area hospitals filed notices last week that they are dropping legal challenges against trauma centers at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, in Hudson, and Blake Medical Center in Manatee County.
August 03 2014
Pregnant woman killed while admiring gun collection
Florida
Sign in to comment! TAMPA, Fla. – A five-month pregnant woman died after she was shot in the head in what Hernando County authorities say was an accidental shooting.
August 03 2014
Closing arguments end in Richard McTear murder trial
Florida
Closing arguments have ended in the murder trial of the Tampa man accused of throwing a baby out of
July 30 2014
Florida hospitals drop challenges to HCA trauma expansion
Florida
The contentious battle over the expansion of trauma care in Florida ended quietly Friday as Bayfront Health St. Petersburg, Tampa General and St. Joseph's hospitals dropped their legal challenges against new trauma centers owned by Hospital Corporation of America.
July 29 2014
Prosecution rests in trial of man accused of throwing a baby onto I-275
Florida
TAMPA — The prosecution rested its case in the capital murder trial of Richard McTear Jr. Monday, concluding with DNA evidence linking McTear to his ex-girlfriend's baby, who was found dead on the side of the interstate.
July 28 2014
Eckerd cites new program in reducing deaths of Hillsborough kids under state care
Florida
TAMPA — Two years ago, Hillsborough County logged an unprecedented number of deaths of children under state care, a rate higher than any other region in Florida.
July 25 2014
Florida Hospital gives $2M for theater upgrade at MOSI
Florida
TAMPA — The Museum of Science and Industry will receive a $2 million grant from Florida Hospital to upgrade its IMAX theater with digital technology, the museum announced Friday.
July 25 2014
Florida Hospital donation helps put MOSI on firm footing
Florida
TAMPA — Florida Hospital gave Tampa’s Museum of Science and Industry a $2 million shot in the arm Friday.
July 25 2014
Four-year-old boy dies after falling from SUV in Tampa
Florida
TAMPA — A 4-year-old boy who was found lying injured in the middle of a Tampa street late Sunday night died at a hospital early Monday morning.
July 22 2014
Court date could be set in theater shooting case
Florida
A Pasco County judge is expected to set a trial date in the case of a retired Tampa police captain who is accused of shooting a man in a movie theater.
July 19 2014
Tampa attorney seeks to depose prominent Hillsborough judge about involvement in case
Florida
TAMPA — In a highly unorthodox move, a Tampa defense attorney in an attempted murder case is trying to question a Hillsborough Circuit judge whose actions after the defendant's arrest have raised questions about whether he violated established procedure.
July 18 2014
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