Florida Store Shake-Up: Bankrupt Retailer Returns Leases, Granted Extension for Remaining StoresAsh JurbergNewsBreak Contributor
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Tropical Storm Arlene forms in the Gulf. Here’s what weather to expect in Bradenton
Tropical Storm Arlene is expected to remain offshore, but its impacts will bring much-needed rain to Bradenton, forecasters say.
Florida Store Shake-Up: Bankrupt Retailer Returns Leases, Granted Extension for Remaining Stores
The bankrupt retailer is handing back the keys to four locations in Florida, with sixteen others granted an extension. The retail industry has been hit hard this year, with several retailers filing for bankruptcy.
Two Sarasota men sentenced to 35 years, life in prison in felony murder case
A Sarasota judge sentenced two men to 35 years and life in prison on Friday in connection to the 2019 killing of 26-year-old Christopher Rashad Ramos. Co-defendants Davion Lee, 20, and Sean Thomas, 24, were convicted of felony murder in the first degree, armed burglary of a dwelling, and robbery with a firearm during a jury trial in September 2022.
Which now-closed Manatee County restaurants were the best? Cast a vote in our bracket
It’s a memory so good, you can almost taste it.
Fighter jets will soon be taking off, landing at Sarasota Bradenton airport. Here’s why
It’s going to be a little noiser at Sarasota Bradenton International Airport for the next few weeks.
What are those giant-looking pyramids by the Sunshine Skyway Bridge?
MANATEE COUNTY, Fla. — As drivers travel near the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, they may notice concrete pyramids and wonder what they are. Crews recently started putting them in the water with the goal of protecting the environment and the coastline from erosion. The "wave attenuation devices," also known as...
Manatee County Deputy honored for saving child’s life
SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - A Manatee County Deputy has been named Manatee County Sherriff’s Office’s Deputy of the Month for his quick response and actions that saved a child’s life. In March 2023, Sergeant Laszlo Nagy was off duty at his apartment complex’s community gym when he...
Ticket Editor: Sarasota, Bradenton's most exciting new restaurant is now open
The wait is finally over for one of the best restaurants in downtown Sarasota to open its highly anticipated second location. Owen's Fish Camp, which has flourished since debuting in the Burns Court district in 2010, began quietly welcoming guests to its Lakewood Ranch location about a week ago, following a private family and friends event held May 23.
Woman bit by rattlesnake in Sarasota Florida gets 58 vials of anti-venom
SARASOTA, Fla. (WSVN) – A Florida woman who had a near-death encounter with an eastern diamondback rattlesnake is now on the road to recovery. Sierra Lynn was hiking near Sarasota when she thought was hit by a tree branch. It turns out it was a poisonous bite from the...
Bradenton man stuck paying neighbor’s electric bill after lines crisscross
Donald Stephens called Better Call Behnken with an unusual problem.
A Bradenton Beach restaurant owes worker $60,000 for denying medical leave
The employee was forced to work against doctor’s orders on the same day they were released from the hospital, the Department of Labor said.
What did Manatee County learn after close call with Hurricane Ian? Changes are happening
How Hurricane Ian led to improvements in Manatee County’s emergency response planning
2023 St. Pete Pride Parade: Starting time, route and more
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — For anyone planning on going out and celebrating the 2023 St. Pete Pride this year by watching the parade, you might be wondering what time the festivities start and where exactly to even go. With the Pride event taking over downtown St. Petersburg on Saturday,...
Motorcyclist killed in a fatal accident in Sarasota
Authorities are investigating a traffic accident that resulted in the death of a motorcyclist in Sarasota. The motorcyclist died from injuries sustained in a traffic accident with a pick-up truck on Thursday evening in Sarasota while being treated at Sarasota Memorial Hospital. Deadly roads:Bradenton woman killed on I-75 after exiting...
Man And Teen Arrested In St. Petersburg ‘Bait And Switch’ Carjacking Friday
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – A man and teen have been arrested after a ‘bait...
Der Dutchman, a Sarasota hot spot, voted the Best Buffet in America
Der Dutchman, one of the most celebrated restaurants in Sarasota, is about a 60 minute drive from downtown Tampa. According to USA Today, it is certainly worth the trip. The outlet recently released its list of the 10 best buffets in America, and Der Dutchman came in at number 1.
Saturday’s Gulfport Florida Pride is good to go
Welcome to the Catalyst’s Community Voices platform. We’ve curated community leaders and thinkers from all parts of our great city to speak on issues that affect us all. Visit our Community Voices page for more details. The third annual Gulfport Florida Pride event takes place Saturday, even as...
15-year-old boy pulled from pond in Parrish
PARRISH, Fla. (WWSB) - First responders with Parrish Fire District say they pulled a child from a pond. The near drowning incident occurred Wednesday just after 3:30 p.m. According to officials, a 15-year-old child with autism was pulled from a pond in the 5100 block of 115th Circle East in Parrish.
Fatal Crash on US 41 in Sarasota, Florida: Investigation Underway
A fatal crash occurred at 2:45 a.m. on June 1, 2023, in Sarasota, Florida. The driver of an SUV, a 66-year-old woman, traveled northbound in the southbound lanes of U.S. 41 and collided with a box truck at the intersection of Rose Street and U.S. 41.
2 more Oath Keepers convicted in Jan. 6 Capitol riot get prison
WASHINGTON (AP) — Two men who stormed the U.S. Capitol with other members of the far-right Oath Keepers group were sentenced Friday to three years in prison for seditious conspiracy and other charges — the latest in a historic string of sentences in the Jan. 6. 2021 attack.
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