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Dinorah Prevost - Digital Trending Producer

Digital Trending Producer

I found journalism through music because I wanted to be a music critic in high school. Two years on staff at USF St. Petersburg’s campus newspaper re-routed me and I discovered features and public radio. I joined the Times as a web fellow in May. When I’m out of the office, you can find me with my earbuds in, usually listening to a new album or a culture podcast. And probably in a coffee shop around beautiful St. Pete.

  1. The designs for Starbucks' 2019 holiday paper cup
    There’s also a giveaway of its reusable red cups Thursday with the purchase of a holiday drink.
  2. Oriol Servia exits turn 3 on race day in the 2013 Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
    The event returns to the city March 13-15.
  3. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates.
    Another vehicle turned into Eric Frisco Diaz’s path as it exited a driveway, troopers said.
  4. Photographs of downtown St. Petersburg parking meters along Central Avenue that were vandalized with foam sealant. The photo on the left is from the city, the photo on the right was sent to the Tampa Bay Times.
    Twice in the past week, a total of 53 parking meters were disabled with foam sealant. St. Petersburg police would like to meet whoever is responsible.
  5. The homeowners of 4412 W Sylvan Ramble Street hold a Halloween light show every year.
    Head to a few Tampa Bay neighborhoods and, if you’re lucky, you’ll find some holiday displays.
  6. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates.
    The man ran a red light at 1st Street N and 62nd Ave. N, according to police.
  7. The projected path of Nestor
    Nestor is expected to dump two to four inches of rain in Tampa Bay, along with the threat of tornadoes.
  8. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates.
    Three cars were involved in the late-afternoon crash.
  9. Rays fans cheer during Game 4 of the American League Division Series (ALDS) against the Houston Astros on Tuesday at Tropicana Field.
    Official watch parties are planned for for Sparkman Wharf in Tampa and three St. Petersburg locations.
  10. The National Hurricane center
    The system poses no threat to Florida.