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                Josh Fiallo - Breaking News Reporter — Weather

                Breaking News Reporter — Weather

                Those who live outside of our state love to joke that Florida doesn't have seasons, but I disagree. No, our leaves don't change colors in the fall. We don't have to spend our winters shoveling away snow. But anybody that's lived here knows that June through November is hurricane season, and I'll be here every day to keep you informed about all tropical activity before and after it reaches our state. I also hope to be your go-to for weather stories that matter to you throughout the entire year — from cold fronts to dry spells. I grew up in Zephyrhills, went to college at USF and have lived in Tampa Bay for all 21 years of my life. If you can't tell by that alone, I love it here and plan to stay.

                1. A fire broke out Saturday at the Tuscano at Suncoast apartments. in Odessa, causing major damage to an apartment on the second floor and one on the third.
                2. The forecast for Saturday night, Dec. 26, throughout Tampa Bay.
                3. Saturday morning's forecast from the National Weather Service.
                4. A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for a large chunk of the Tampa Bay area on Christmas Eve.
                5. The sand blows like snow along Pass-a-Grille Beach in St. Pete Beach on Dec. 1 as a brisk wind blows out of the northwest along the Gulf of Mexico. Get ready for more of the same as the Tampa Bay area could experience its coldest Christmas Day in nearly two decades.
                6. Judge William J. Castagna, 89, left, shares a bit of history about his former courtroom with then-Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn.
                7. Tim Kubal, 39, from Tampa, a blood doctor with AdventHealth, receives the COVID-19 vaccine from Tina Scarborough, a RN with AdventHealth, at the AdventHealth Tampa distribution tent on Dec. 16 in Tampa. AdventHealth Tampa, the largest AdventHealth hospital location in Tampa Bay, began vaccinating team members at highest risk of exposure to COVID-19 in the West Florida Division. The hospital team has capacity to vaccinate up to 300 team members on Wednesday, and hundreds more per day thereafter. As part of the state of Florida's rollout plan, AdventHealth Tampa has received its first wave of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine. Approximately one third of the West Florida Division's 13,000 team members are invited to are invited to participate at this time.
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                10. A scene of a small plane crash on North Ward Street in Tampa, on Friday, Dec. 18, 2020.
                11. The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal five-vehicle crash that took place Thursday night on southbound Interstate 275 near Gandy Boulevard N in St. Petersburg.
                12. Defense attorney Richard Escobar speaks on behalf of his client, Jarda Bradford, during a news conference at his law office Wednesday.
                13. Tornado damage is evident on Cross Bayou Drive at Canal Street at an industrial park off Endeavor Way which was damaged by a tornado on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020, in Pinellas Park. The storm struck mid-Pinellas County on Wednesday afternoon knocking out power to thousands, authorities say. The same storm threatened east Hillsborough County and Polk County. However, the National Weather Service lifted tornado warnings for those areas at 5:30 p.m. but warned residents to remain cautious about stormy weather.
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                16. Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan, shown here at a news conference in November, announced the arrest of detective on evidence-tampering charges.
                17. Gavin Brannon, 22, faces state charges of lewd and lascivious battery and lewd and lascivious molestation and federal charges of possession and distribution of child pornography, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.
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                20. The indoor snow space called Arctic Igloo, which has a small bunny hill for kids and a place to make snow angels or a snowman, eventually opened during grand opening of the Snowcat Ridge alpine snow park in Dade City on Nov. 20.
                21. James Byrd, now 60, was arrested at his Marion County home on Wednesday on charges of sexual battery and armed kidnapping, according to Tampa police. He was linked to the 1998 attack on a 22-year-old woman in Tampa, investigators say.
                22. St. Petersburg police officers train to use the body-worn cameras that the agency is equipping them with.
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