BRADENTON, Fla. – ABC 7 has confirmed that an officer with the Bradenton Police Department shot and killed a person late Sunday night. It happened in a residential neighborhood located in the 3200 block of Oxford Drive West in Bradenton sometime shortly after 10 p.m.
Dense fog along the Gulf waters this morning as a southerly wind draws humidity into the Suncoast. Visibilities will be reduced to less than .25 miles in places and the fog will be slow to lift. The moisture will make for a humid afternoon and there is a small chance for a few thunderstorms in the afternoon, mostly inland. Tomorrow we will see a cold front approach with a good chance for thunderstorms some of which could be strong. The storms will linger into the night and into Wednesday morin when a cold front will move past and whisk away the moisture and lower temperatures before Thanksgiving.
A tornado watch, which means conditions are possible for the development of small isolated tornadoes as the front move through this afternoon. Again this watch is in effect for Manatee, Sarasota, Desoto, Charlotte and Hardee Counties until 8 p.m. tonight.
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Looking for a rush to start the day? Jack Dusty’s marketplace, located in the buzzed about restaurant in The Ritz-Carlton, Sarasota, is now offering delectable, indulgent breakfast pastries every day.
Add some royal elegance to your table with these decadent mashed potatoes. TSTE Black Truffle Salt and TSTE Kibbled Mushrooms add sumptuous ‘truffle’ flavor to this favorite side! A topping of candied mushrooms completes this hit!
The Sarasota Herald-Tribune reports Florida’s Agency for Healthcare Administration (ACHA) says it is too early to determine whether StayWell Wellcare’s decision to drop Sarasota Memorial Hospital from its network on December 31 violates Medicaid insurance guidelines. The feds require states to ensure Medicaid recipients have access to care near where they reside. It appears no decision may be forthcoming until the contact between StayWell and SMH ends.
Would you be able to recognize signs and symptoms that someone was thinking about doing harm either to themselves or others? And would you know how to treat that person if you were able to recognize the signs?
At one time, most everyone who knew Annie Guy thought her life was a disaster. But Annie picked herself up, got clean and sober, and vowed to spend the rest of her life helping others. This life change led to the creation of Second Chance Recovery.
People move to the Suncoast from all over the globe and make it their home. And often they have accomplished great things in the past, or once they get here contribute great things to our community. Today we honor Cheryl Brady as our amazing Suncoast woman.