Manatee Pride Festival visitors show love for local drag queen Beneva Fruitville
Guests at the fifth annual Manatee Pride Festival on Saturday, March 17, 2018, interrupted Beneva Fruitville’s performance about halfway through to give her tips and praise during a performance at Bradenton’s Riverwalk.
Sun Herald reporter Margaret Baker covered the murder of Alabama trans teenager Mercedes Williamson's by Josh Vallum. It helped lead to the first federal hate crime conviction in the killing of a transgender person.
SpaceX made its first West Coast landing after launching a Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Base on October 7. This footage shows the launch lighting up the sky above Malibu, California. The launch sparked increased Google searches for “UFO.”
The block-long, $13. 9 million CityCentre parking garage is rising south of Bradenton City Hall and is scheduled to be completed in early 2019. Monday, the Manatee County Tourist Development Council received an update on building.
Local fishing company and restaurant owner Karen Bell said reports from the boats so far indicate this stone crab season may start a bit "off." But there's hope a change in the weather and red tide could turn things around.
Brandon Ragans shared this video of a naked man he said ran through a parking lot at Busch Gardens in Virginia to try to get in a vehicle with strangers before an officer showed up and "he became combative and had to be tased."
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, recused a dog from a local canal at SW 232 St and 97 Ave. The dog tugged on the heart of one of the firefighters who rescued it. He will taking the dog to nurse it back to health and try and find it’s owner.
Saudi Arabia warned it will respond to any "threats" against it as its stock market plunged, after President Trump warned of "severe punishment" over the disappearance of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi.
Two Sarasota Bay Watch volunteers explain the group's mission to improve local water quality by bringing more shellfish, like scallops, oysters and clams to the area. The group has released hundreds of thousands of juvenile shellfish in the water.
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