More Videos

Paralyzed student takes first steps in public since injury 4:56

Paralyzed student takes first steps in public since injury

State trooper saves life of passed out drunken driver 1:43

State trooper saves life of passed out drunken driver

Bradenton representative discusses ways for legislature to combat opioid crisis 3:04

Bradenton representative discusses ways for legislature to combat opioid crisis

A new park in Ballard Park is at long last under construction 0:54

A new park in Ballard Park is at long last under construction

Utilities director 'fully expects' some wastewater to go into Palma Sola Bay 2:40

Utilities director 'fully expects' some wastewater to go into Palma Sola Bay

Sheriff's office searching for suspect in fatal shooting at Spot on 26th 0:42

Sheriff's office searching for suspect in fatal shooting at Spot on 26th

Third Florida dairy farm accused of animal abuse (Graphic Content) 9:23

Third Florida dairy farm accused of animal abuse (Graphic Content)

Seahawks Quinton Jefferson on charging to stands after JAX fans threw beer on him 0:33

Seahawks Quinton Jefferson on charging to stands after JAX fans threw beer on him

The Market at Lakewood Ranch draws shoppers 2:57

The Market at Lakewood Ranch draws shoppers

Palmetto strikes offensive balance to rout Booker 1:12

Palmetto strikes offensive balance to rout Booker

  • Former Mexican president says Mexico not a threat to United States

    Felipe Calderòn, who was president of Mexico from 2006 to 2012, spoke in Sarasota on Wednesday as part of the Ringling College Library Association Town Hall Lecture Series.

Felipe Calderòn, who was president of Mexico from 2006 to 2012, spoke in Sarasota on Wednesday as part of the Ringling College Library Association Town Hall Lecture Series. caronson@bradenton.com
Felipe Calderòn, who was president of Mexico from 2006 to 2012, spoke in Sarasota on Wednesday as part of the Ringling College Library Association Town Hall Lecture Series. caronson@bradenton.com

Mexico is no threat to United States, says former Mexican president

March 22, 2017 01:41 PM

UPDATED March 22, 2017 03:31 PM

More Videos

Paralyzed student takes first steps in public since injury 4:56

Paralyzed student takes first steps in public since injury

State trooper saves life of passed out drunken driver 1:43

State trooper saves life of passed out drunken driver

Bradenton representative discusses ways for legislature to combat opioid crisis 3:04

Bradenton representative discusses ways for legislature to combat opioid crisis

A new park in Ballard Park is at long last under construction 0:54

A new park in Ballard Park is at long last under construction

Utilities director 'fully expects' some wastewater to go into Palma Sola Bay 2:40

Utilities director 'fully expects' some wastewater to go into Palma Sola Bay

Sheriff's office searching for suspect in fatal shooting at Spot on 26th 0:42

Sheriff's office searching for suspect in fatal shooting at Spot on 26th

Third Florida dairy farm accused of animal abuse (Graphic Content) 9:23

Third Florida dairy farm accused of animal abuse (Graphic Content)

Seahawks Quinton Jefferson on charging to stands after JAX fans threw beer on him 0:33

Seahawks Quinton Jefferson on charging to stands after JAX fans threw beer on him

The Market at Lakewood Ranch draws shoppers 2:57

The Market at Lakewood Ranch draws shoppers

Palmetto strikes offensive balance to rout Booker 1:12

Palmetto strikes offensive balance to rout Booker

  • State trooper saves life of passed out drunken driver

    A Florida Highway Patrol trooper used CPR to resuscitate a woman who had passed out while driving drunk along Alligator Alley in Collier County, according to FHP.