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Hurricane winds pulled over for breaking speed limit

“This headline is funny but the storm is already over.” Said John to himself in his head. “I could have written it at the time, in the moment of the storm, but I wasn’t creatively motivated.” The voice continued. “I need to be feeling creative and be in a good physical and mental headspace before…

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Bay Area leaders relieved… but maybe a little disappointed

As Hurricane Ian shifted east and south, Tampa Bay Area civic leaders expressed relief, advice for residents to remain vigilant and a little bit of disappointment. “Obviously we’re glad that once again it appears we have avoided the worst of what is a catastrophic storm, but our thoughts and prayers go out to the people…

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St. Pete man really doesn’t want to do hurricane prep

Messy Yard

Eddie “Earl” Scrugglins of St. Petersburg doesn’t want to clean up his yard in advance of Hurricane Ian making landfall somewhere on the west coast of Florida either later today or early tomorrow, because he doesn’t think he should have to. “That’s exactly right; I don’t think I should have to,” he said. “All this…

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Hurricane party hit by tornado

Hurricane Party hit by tornado

A hurricane party in Pinellas Park ended abruptly when a tornado ripped through the house, causing hundreds of dollars worth of damage. Frank “Rico” Turner is the owner of the house hit by the cyclone, and was proud to be host of a party that got hit by a Tornado. “We were celebrating the fact…

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