road safety

Citgo pays claims after gasoline contamination at Port Tampa Bay

About 1,550 consumers were potentially affected last month when gasoline was contaminated by diesel fuel at Port Tampa Bay.
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Preserving History and Community

The Jackson House gets a historical marker and $1 million dollars for renovation. The boarding house which housed Black travelers to Tampa, FL during segregation...
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FloridaCommerce plans for nearly $1 billion grant for Hurricane Ian relief

Listen: Hurricane Ian made landfall last September and devastated parts of Florida.  FloridaCommerce held a public hearing Friday at the University of South Florida about...
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The Scoop: Thurs., August 3, 2023 Tampa Bay & Florida headlines by WMNF

Donald Trump to surrender to federal authorities Donald Trump is scheduled to surrender to federal authorities in Washington this afternoon. He will be booked and...
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MidPoint: SB 540 The Sprawl Bill of 2023

SB 540, is the worst environmental law of the 2023 legislative session. It will have a serious negative impact on the quality of life of...
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Tampa unveils “Climate Action and Equity Plan” to address climate change

The City of Tampa released a new plan they call the Climate Action and Equity Plan, with plans to reduce the city's effect on climate...
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WaveMakers: Sharing the road with Christine Acosta

Christine Acosta, bike advocate and founder of Pedal Power Promoters, talked to WaveMakers hosts about how to make the region's streets safer for bicyclists.
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How to protect yourself from wrong-way drivers

It’s a familiar story: last weekend two people, including a Hillsborough Sheriff’s deputy, were killed in a collision involving a wrong-way driver on the Selmon Expressway. Kris Carson, spokesperson for the Florida Department of Transportation,...

Pedestrian accident in Tampa revives safety debate

Pedestrian accident in Tampa revives safety debate

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