A man who killed a State wildlife worker more than 20 years ago will be put to death today. Florida TaxWatch recently claimed that the program Children in Need of Services/Families in Need of Services is saving the state millions of dollars by helping to keep troubled youths out of jail. And WUSF's Bobbie O'Brien and Scott Finn take an in depth look at the recent debate surrounding political party credit cards.
USF St. Petersburg LEED Building
USF St. Petersburg is home to the University of South Florida’s first Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design (LEED) certified structure with its new Science and Technology building. This week’s University Beat on WUSF-TV takes you inside the building and tells you how this environmentally friendly direction may be the future for USF. Also: Even before spring and Saint Patrick’s Day, USF Saint Petersburg is going green with the new Science and Technology building. This week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 FM brings you the story of what may just be USF’s most environmentally friendly structure yet.
Vibraphonist Sam Koppelman is the guest artist Feb. 19 at Carrollwood Cultural Center's monthly "Jazz with Jim" series with saxophonist Jim Burge and Ron Delp, piano; Mike Ruven, bass; and Jeff Henson, drums.
The concert begins at 7:30 at the center, 4537 Lowell Rd. in Tampa. Admission is $7 at the door.
The Chorus paying homage to Broadway's Fabulous Ladies in their 61st Annual Show. The 100-man strong Chorus, under the direction of renowned barbershop coach Don Clause, will send up those feisty femmes in a song-filled spectacular. Come enjoy the resounding harmonies of the Chorus performing all their favorite Broadway songs.
A row of recreational vehicles designed as an art exhibit off I-4 does not violate county ordinances according to a panel of appeals judges, a U.S. representative talks about unemployment at a Suncoast Tiger Bay forum, and eighty Haitian migrants are returned to Haiti.
Representative Lincoln Diaz-Balart announces his retirement, a man is arrested in connection to the murder of a 7 year old, it may snow in the Florida panhandle, the Museum of Science and Industry is having an exhibition on Leonardo Da Vinci, a row of recreational vehicles designed as an art exhibit off I-4 does not violate county ordinances according to a panel of appeals judges, a U.S. representative talks about unemployment at a Suncoast Tiger Bay forum, and eighty Haitian migrants are returned to Haiti.