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Young brothers create Fly Guy Brand an edgy, creative new clothing line

Young brothers create Fly Guy Brand an edgy, creative new clothing line

Bullz Eye Ent is proud to represent Fly Guy Brand clothing, an innovative clothing line created by Austin, 16, and Preston, 11, Anguilm -- brothers from Centennial, Colorado who are ready to take on the world of fashion.

They started the clothing line to supplement their weekly allowances and three years later, Fly Guy Brand is on the way to becoming a household name.

Bass Pro Shops breaks ground in Brandon

Brandon, Florida-- Developers, Hillsborough County leaders and Brandon Chamber members gathered Thursday morning to celebrate the groundbreaking of Brandon's newest development, The Estuary.

The new entertainment and shopping complex will include a Bass Pro Shops location, as well as a Topgolf store.

Hernando County opens temporary library

Hernando County, Florida -- Eight months after an arson fire closed the East Hernando Branch Library a temporary place for library services has opened in eastern Hernando County.

The Hernando County Public Library System is leasing the Ridge Manor Community center until the library is repaired.

Police seek help identifying team of home burglars

Tampa, Florida -- Hillsborough Sheriff's detectives are asking for the public's help identifying the suspects in a residential burglary that occurred on Feb. 27 at 6313 Frost Drive in Tampa.

The suspect's, all described as white or Hispanic males entered the residence by kicking the front door in. Once inside, the suspects removed numerous electronic items, such as televisions, laptop computers, etc.

They then took off in the two vehicles described below.

Below are descriptions of each of the suspects:

Graffiti threat won't disrupt classes, says Plant High principal

Tampa, Florida -- A Hillsborough County school district spokesperson says a recent threat at Plant High School will not affect classes.

Graffiti in one of the girl's restrooms threatened damage to the school, according to The Tampa Tribune

In response, Plant High principal Rob Nelson sent a recorded message to parents assuring them that it was not a serious threat.

Robber uses stun gun to steal man's pills outside pharmacy

Tampa, Florida -- Tampa Police detectives are searching for a suspect who used a stun gun to rob a man outside a pharmacy in broad daylight.

The victim told police he was walking to his car after leaving the Medicine Shop Pharmacy on North Nebraska Avenue  around 4:40 p.m. when the robber pointed the stun gun, shocked him and stole his medication.

PHOTOS: Robber uses stun gun to rob man leaving pharmacy

Town 'N Country holds Neighborhood Pit Bull Day

Tampa, Florida - Pit bull owners in the Town 'N Country area are invited to bring their dogs for free rabies vaccinations and micro-chips at the 2nd annual Neighborhood Pit Bull Day on Saturday, March 1.

The event will provide 500 free rabies vaccinations and pet registration tags, and 250 free micro-chips, for pit bulls and pit mixes. Owners must be Hillsborough County residents and bring a driver's license or other form of I.D.with proof of address.

I-275 reopens near MLK Blvd after multi-vehicle crash

Tampa, Florida -- The Florida Highway Patrol has reopened all lanes on southbound I-275 at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard following a multi-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon.

PHOTOS: Crash at I-275 and MLK Jr Blvd.

Tampa Fire Rescue reported on Twitter 4-5 vehicles were involved in the crash and one person was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

New Tampa Bay CityPASS is 5 tickets for 1 low price

Tampa, Florida -- Your family and friends will now be able to check out a whole bunch of Tampa Bay's best attractions without breaking the bank.

Wednesday at Busch Gardens, a half-dozen destinations teamed up to unveil the Tampa Bay CityPASS.

When people come to visit, now you know just what to give them.

You'll pay one price for a booklet of tickets that can be used in any combination at six attractions over the course of nine days.

Tampa to host 'super' enrollment events for health care coverage

Tampa, Florida -- For those of you who need help enrolling in affordable health care coverage, the City of Tampa will be hosting several "super" enrollment events throughout the city beginning March 1.

"With over 90,000 citizens of Tampa without healthcare, this is an economic and a quality of life issue for our friends, neighbors, and family members. All of us pay when an uninsured person walks into an emergency room with a chronic illness that could have been treated earlier and cheaper," said Mayor Bob Buckhorn. "We all benefit when our community is healthier."