Today's Stories: Tow truck driver stabbed during New Year's Eve festivities; Siesta residents protest variance requests; FDOT announces New Pass Bridge work; Kiwanis Club seeks award nominees
The Florida Department of Transportation will have crews in the area performing routine road and bridge work this week.
Police are investigating the possible role of incense in the incident. Ten packages of incense were found on the suspect.
The long-delayed $12.5 million sewer lift station will replace an aging station near Hudson Bayou.
Joe Pickett, who heads up the Braden Area Sports Commission, says he expects lacrosse to be the areaâ€™s fastest-growing sport, with the area becoming a 'hub' for the sport within the next five years.
Today's Stories: Area schools on high alert after threats; $1 million project to filter polluted runoff; MTO reveals new mural; Error delays impact fee update
Additional police officers are on SHS campus today.