Today’s Top Stories - Important Info for Citizens Policyholders, Tampa Lawmaker Files Bill To Weaken Child Labor Laws, All Children's 'Take Care of Maya' Trial Update
NewsRadio WFLA Anchor Chris Trenkmann runs through today's top stories, including important information for more than 300,000 Citizens policyholders, a Tampa Bay lawmaker's bill to weaken child labor laws, and a new development in the 'Take Care of Maya' trial involving Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.
Tampa Bay Business Journal Real Estate Editor Ashley Kritzer on the Rays Stadium Deal
Tampa Bay Business Journal Real Estate Editor Ashley Kritzer discusses commercial real estate and business stories, including the potential economic impact of the recently announced Tampa Bay Rays stadium deal.
Guests - Border Crisis Update, Federal Reserve Decision Recap, Report on Drug Company Behind Narcan
ABC News Correspondent Alex Stone has the latest on the deteriorating situation along the southern border.
NewsRadio WFLA Market & Air Travel Expert Jay Ratliff discusses the Federal Reserve’s continued pause in the interest rate hikes and comments by Fed Chair Jerome Powell.
Washington Post Financial Reporter Todd Frankel explains how the manufacturer of Narcan, the drug used to fight against opioids, profited while resisting efforts to make it widely available to drugstores.
Best Of - Merrick Garland Hearing Recap, Deadly Incident Involving FL Neighbors, AL Band Director Tased & Lots More
NewsRadio WFLA National Correspondent Rory O'Neill recaps yesterday's congressional hearing featuring Attorney General Merrick Garland. Also, everything you need to know about September 21st, an update on a father of two killed at an NFL game last weekend, a deadly incident between neighbors in Volusia County, an Alabama high school band director tased by police, a viral TV report on a recent F-35 crash, and NewsRadio WFLA National Correspondent Erin Real's Fed meeting recap and UAW strike update.
Dana’s Trending Stories - Video Shows Moments After Rattlesnake Bit Amazon Driver, TPA Wins Award, Rudy Giuliani Accused of Groping by Trump Aide & More
Dana’s trending stories include a video showing the moments after an Amazon delivery driver was bitten by a venomous rattlesnake, Tampa International named #1 Large Airport for the second year in a row, Rudy Giuliani was accused of groping an ex-Trump aide, and a restaurant in Tampa has been named ‘Best Cheap Place To Eat’ by USA Today.
Today’s Top Stories - Rays Announce New Stadium Deal, Pinellas Water Will Undergo Taste Change, Hunter Biden To Plead Not Guilty
NewsRadio WFLA Anchor Chris Trenkmann runs through today's top stories, including the Tampa Bay Rays announcing plans for a new $1.3 billion stadium in St. Petersburg, a taste change coming to Pinellas County water, and Hunter Biden's plans to plead not guilty to gun and false statements charges.
St. Petersburg Mayor Ken Welch Discusses the Tampa Bay Rays Stadium Announcement
St. Petersburg Mayor Ken Welch shares insight into the Tampa Bay Rays stadium announcement, including the likelihood a deal will be finalized and how it will impact the community.
Legal Analysis: All Children’s Hospital Lawsuit, FDC Worker Fired Over Medical Marijuana, Florida Suit Over Ineffective Decongestant Drugs
NewsRadio WFLA Legal Analyst Felix Vega discusses a lawsuit against Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, a case featured in a Netflix documentary. Vega also explains cases in which the FDC fired a Florida medical marijuana patient and is now asking the Supreme Court to take up the case and a class-action lawsuit filed in Florida over ineffective decongestant drugs.
Guests - Sports Columnist John Romano on the Rays Stadium Announcement, 2nd GOP Debate Preview
Tampa Bay Times Sports Columnist John Romano reacts to the Tampa Bay Rays stadium announcement and why St. Pete was the right, albeit imperfect, choice.
Senior Elections Analyst for FiveThirtyEight Geoffrey Skelley previews the second GOP debate, including which candidates have qualified to be on-stage.
Best Of - Senate Dress Code Changes, House GOP Battles on Spending Bills, UAW Strike Update
Ryan and Dana discuss the battle over Senate dress code changes. Plus, NewsRadio WFLA National Correspondent Rory O'Neill reports on infighting among House GOP members over spending as a government shutdown looms and an increase in blood pressure issues among Americans. Also, everything you need to know about September 20th, NewsRadio WFLA National Correspondent Erin Real's report on the UAW strike, a potential Clorox product shortage, over 80 calls for service at the Bucs game due to heat, and more violence at sporting events.