Manatee County sees first Zika case

MANATEE COUNTY – Manatee County has reported its first case of the Zika virus. The Florida Department of Health confirmed Friday, July 15th, one case has been reported in Manatee County. As of now, there are no details surrounding the case. Along with this update, the Florida Department of Health reported new cases in Volusia, Orange, Osceola, Polk and Hillsborough Counties. A total of twelve pregnant women have been identified...

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My Ticket to Ride Episode 25 Ushuaia

In this segment of her motorcycle journey through South America, SNN’s Azure O’Neil races against winter, fights to stay upright in the deadly winds of Argentina and finds herself stopped at some unexpected road blocks. The post My Ticket to Ride Episode 25 Ushuaia appeared first on SNN TV.

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A power pole catches fire on Osprey Avenue

SARASOTA – Osprey Avenue in Downtown Sarasota is open again after being closed after a power pole caught fire. A Sarasota Police Officer temporarily blocked off traffic between Main Street and Ringling Boulevard after the brief fire on Thursday morning at a power pole in front of Fast N Fresh. Power briefly flickered off at 11 a.m. Inside the Herald-Tribune building and SNN studios at 1741 Main Street the building’s...

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A gun-death mystery on the Suncoast

Finding out who killed David Morse with a stray 22-caliber bullet is proving to be a difficult challenge. Herald tribune investigative reporter Lee Williams is covering the case, and Grant Boxlietner sit down with him to discuss the investigation. The post A gun-death mystery on the Suncoast appeared first on SNN TV.

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Death investigation continues in the death of a woman at a Target

SARASOTA – The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate a suspicious death. Deputies responded Wednesday morning to an unconscious 31 year old in a vehicle in the super Target parking lot on North Cattleman Road at UTC. The woman has been identified as Kristie Miranda of Englewood based on witness accounts, the preliminary investigation indicates the cause of death may be related to drug use. But the...

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Massive heat wave expected to affect most of the country late next week

SARASOTA – Our days have been warmer than normal this summer, and even hotter temperatures across the country are expected from a massive heat wave next week. Meteorologist Marco La Manno talks about what to expect next week and tips on how to keep your electricity bill down as the temperatures go up. The post Massive heat wave expected to affect most of the country late next week appeared first on SNN TV.

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