Police say the body of the missing mayor of South Korea’s capital, Seoul, has been found. They say Park Won-soon’s body was located in hills in northern Seoul early Friday, more than seven hours after they launched a massive search for him. Park’s daughter had called police on Thursday afternoon to
The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) is reporting 232,718 positive COVID-19 cases and 4,009 deaths of Florida residents related to the virus Thursday. It’s an increase of 8,948 new cases involving Florida residents and 48 additional deaths.
Florida is now implementing even stricter guidelines to make sure that the vulnerable population stays safe - that includes continuing a visitation ban. Meanwhile, the Florida AARP is pushing for the state to loosen those restrictions saying that the impact of isolation is taking a huge toll.
Just over 2 months into the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season and we have had a record breaking 5 named storms already. The fastest that has happened ever.There is an area of concern over central Georgia right now that is drifting east and could eventually become the next tropical system.
The National Hurricane Center is watching an area of low pressure, now centered over Georgia, which is drifting away from the Suncoast. As it moves away it is allowing an area of high pressure to build over the Suncoast from the south and brings in slightly drier air.
International students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall, under new guidelines issued Monday by federal immigration authorities.
Hundreds of children, 17 years and younger, are now testing positive for coronavirus. There are now a total of 11, 515 kids in Florida infected. Here on the Suncoast, there are 332 in Manatee County and 103 in Sarasota County.
An onshore flow will allow scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms that develop in the Gulf of Mexico to move onshore and across the Suncoast. It will be a warm and steamy afternoon with temperatures topping out in the low 90s, with feel-like temperatures ranging anywhere from 101-105°.
An onshore flow will continue which will allow scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms that develop in the Gulf of Mexico to move across the Suncoast. Models indicate a few locations seeing up to 1.5 inches through Sunday evening. Afternoon highs will top out in the upper 80s and low 90s.
For the 4th of July, scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms are possible as atmospheric moisture begins to gradually increase across the Suncoast. Temperatures will top out in the low 90s, with feel-like temperatures ranging anywhere from 100-104°.
Just a week ago, bars were told they could not sell alcohol on their properties, but now, the Florida Department of Businesses changed that amendment saying those that serve alcohol and food can re-open just in time for July 4th weekend.
An onshore flow will continue meaning showers and thunderstorms that develop in the Gulf of Mexico will move onshore during the morning and early afternoon hours. Temperatures will top out in the low 90s with feel-like temperatures ranging anywhere from 101-104°.
A stationary front draped over N. Florida will keep high pressure down to our south which will keep the west winds over us through Monday.This pattern will keep a chance for an isolated shower or two along the coast around sunrise and then they will move inland during the late morning and early p.m.
The City of Sarasota, the City of Anna Maria Island, Holmes Beach and Longboat Key are requiring masks to be worn inside and outside - with the hope that less people will roam around, shop or even dine in the area. Plus, Long Boat Key has closed its beach parking lots.
Fort Lauderdale police posted a video on its official YouTube channel Wednesday that shows Florida police officers laughing and celebrating after shooting rubber bullets at a protest last month in which a Black woman was shot in the face and seriously injured.
Starting Thursday, July 2, 2020, inpatient visitation at Lakewood Ranch Medical Center will allow only one visitor per patient, per day, age 18 or older to visit patients on the Nursing Inpatient Units from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.