In an unprecedented move, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an order that bans evictions between September 4 and December 31, 2020, estimating up to 40 million people could lose their homes if it were not in place.
A little taste of Fall to start the day on Saturday with a low in the low to mid 60′s. With plenty of sunshine we warm up into the mid 80′s by the mid afternoon. The good news is that the humidity will stay low and so it will be a comfortable 85 degrees. Skies will be sunny with no threat of any
Felons who registered to vote in Florida before a major court ruling last month must be allowed to cast regular ballots --- not provisional ballots --- in Tuesday’s presidential election, the top lawyer for county supervisors of elections said Thursday.
A series of cold fronts will bring dry and cooler air our way and keep us in rain free skies for the week ahead. A few morning showers will sink south of the area by mid morning and our afternoon will be sunny and very mild.
One good thing that Zeta is doing is sweeping a cold front our way overnight which will be a nice break to the extreme heat and humidity as of late.After a week of record warmth with high temperatures in the low 90′s and “feels like” readings in the triple digits it will be nice to see more fall li
Much cooler air is on the way for the Suncoast with a one-two punch of successive cold fronts. With the month on the way to being in the top one or two hottest Octobers on record and the long range winter outlook for a warmer winter than normal, many will enjoy the cooler weather
Justin Turner violated coronavirus protocols when he celebrated with his Los Angeles Dodgers teammates and he refused instructions from security to leave the field, behavior that Major League Baseball said risked the safety of others.
Hurricane Zeta made landfall just after 5:00 pm and it has increased the waves along Suncoast beaches. Areas with piers and jetties are more likely to have a higher risk for rip currents compared to other gulf coast beaches without these structures.
More than 6.9 million Floridians had voted as of Wednesday morning, with six days remaining before the Nov. 3 general election. In all, 6,921,358 people had cast ballots, nearly 48 percent of the registered voters in the state.
With many of its live entertainment shows gone dark because of the coronavirus, Walt Disney World on Wednesday laid off 720 actors and singers, according Actors' Equity Association, the labor union representing the performers.
Hurricane Zeta continues to show signs of intensification as it lifts north in the central Gulf waters. I is on an unchanged track for the northern Gulf coast. Swells propagating outward will increase our rip current risk for several day on the Suncoast beaches
In “Your Voice, Your Vote”, we are days out from the 2020 election day. The ABC7 team wants to make sure you are prepared when you fill out that ballot because there’s way more to vote for than just the presidential candidate.
Zeta is looking to gain hurricane status once again in the very near future as it moves over warm waters in the south central Gulf of Mexico over the next 12 hours. It’s going to make landfall near SE Louisiana or near Mississippi tomorrow late afternoon as a category 1 hurricane with sustained win
As the clock ticks down to the Nov. 3. general election, the state of Florida is receiving visitors from both the Trump and Biden campaigns. President Trump also confirmed that he will vote in the state on election day.
Yesterday we tied the all time high temperature record for the day and today the record is in jeopardy. High pressure over Florida is building and expanding, keeping tropical cyclone Zeta away from the Suncoast, and directing our winds out of the southeast
SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - It has been an wild year for everything this year including tropical cyclones. We have seen 26 named storms and an amazing 11 hurricanes. We have also had 11 named storms make landfall into the the continental U.S.But the most wild thing about all the storms this year is th
Right now, homeowners have two years - after selling their home - to transfer and claim homestead tax benefits from one property to another under the “Save Our Homes” Act. Amendment 5 would extend that period to three years.