Tampa Evening Briefing September 30, 2021


Good evening, Tampa Bay. We end the day for you with the most important stories you need to know and your weather forecast.

Your weather planner

Friday will be another day for the beach. The dry weather will result in lots of sun with some clouds in the afternoon. Temperatures will start in the 60s north to 70 degrees around Tampa Bay before climbing to around 90.

Tops : Nearly 90
Low : Low 60s and 70s
Rain cover: Less than 10%

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The great stories of today

1. Congress passes bill to fund government, avoiding shutdown
Congress took swift action Thursday to approve legislation that would fund the federal government until early December, avoiding a government shutdown.

2. Florida’s minimum wage rises to $ 10 an hour Thursday
The current minimum wage in Florida is $ 8.65, or $ 17,804 per year working 40 hours per week. It was supposed to be $ 10 today.

3. Gabby Petito case: FBI responds to Laundrie house Thursday
Two Federal Bureau of Investigation agents stopped at the Laundrie family home on Thursday. An attorney for the Laundrie family said, “The FBI is at Laundrie’s home today to retrieve personal items belonging to Brian that will aid the dogs in their search for Brian. There is nothing more to that.”

4. Citrus school officials identify football player who died after collapsing in training
School officials said a member of the school’s football team collapsed during practice on Tuesday afternoon. He was rushed to Citrus Memorial Hospital, located next to the school, but later died.

5. Free wedding dresses given to healthcare workers in Riverview
Bay Area healthcare workers recently had the opportunity to be nominated to win a wedding dress. It was The Regent way of saying, thank you.

6. Tampa Bay Times: Built-for-rental homes arrive in suburban Tampa Bay as industry booms
Florida has long been home to the suburban sprawl – the landscapes of nearly identical houses with emerald lawns are as typical of the state as its reptile-filled swamps. But a new kind of suburb is developing around Tampa Bay: those with new homes only for rent.

Your notes for tonight and tomorrow

  • RAYS vs ASTROS: The Tampa Bay Rays, who clinched home court advantage through the American League playoffs, face Houston in Game 3 of their series. Colin McHugh recovers the ball for Tampa, with a start time of 7:10 p.m., as the Rays look to win two of three in a possible playoff preview. Meanwhile, the Rays’ tickets to the playoffs are now on sale.
  • TPA EUROPE AIRPORT FLIGHTS: The Tampa Bay connection to mainland Europe returns in December with the launch of a new non-stop service to Frankfurt, Germany, aboard Eurowings Discover, the new leisure airline of the Lufthansa Group. The four-times-a-week service, which begins December 16, is Eurowings‘ first flight to the United States. Here is a link to the airport website.
  • AQUARIUM EXHIBITION: Clearwater Marine Aquarium announced the opening of its new exhibit, Legends from the Deep, on October 1. The exhibit is scheduled to run until January 31, 2022. Legends from the Deep will occupy the fourth floor of the newly expanded CMA Visitor Center. Guests will be immersed in the astonishing and mysterious wonders that hide beneath the surface of our oceans through this multimedia exhibition that highlights living, prehistoric and mythological creatures.
  • FIRST FRIDAY COOKIES CARNIVAL: “Om Nom Nom” of the first Friday The cookie carnival returns October 1 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in downtown Lakeland. Cookie makers will be selling their delicious wares in Munn Park. Stop and collect 1 or 2 or more cookies, as well as other delicious pastries.
    • Amy Coney Barrett swearing-in ceremony at the Supreme Court
    • Beginning of the exercise in the United States
    • Disney World Launches 18-Month 50th Anniversary Celebration
    • ‘FIFA 22’ released for multiple platforms
    • National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In case you missed it

Disney World’s Magic Kingdom sets the stage for a spectacular celebration, marking the anniversary of its grand opening in Central Florida on October 1, 1971.

You can follow along with our Spectrum News Attractions Insider as the park gets ready for the big party.

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