Romy Ellenbogen - Breaking News Reporter — Pasco

Breaking News Reporter — Pasco

I cover breaking news with an emphasis on Pasco. I’m passionate about reporting on communities that may face extra challenges accessing care — immigrants, minorities, women, LGBTQ individuals, disabled people, prisoners, the uninsured and the poor. I’m a lifelong Floridian (from Coral Springs) and a University of Florida graduate. I know how much this state has to offer beyond the stereotypes and jokes, and I care about making sure every Floridian gets a chance to be heard. I have seen the movie Lady Bird 10 times and I spend too much of my free time making Spotify playlists.

  1. U.S. Rep. Robert C. Scott, D-Virginia.
  2. Florida added more than 11,000 coronavirus cases Sunday.
  3. A sinkhole is seen along Little Road at the intersection of Spring Haven Boulevard Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021 in New Port Richey. The hole was filled on Jan. 7, but on Monday material already started to collapse, according to the Pasco County Emergency Management.
  4. 7/6/01 Coleman, Fl.   Coleman Federal Correctional Complex in Coleman, Fl. in Sumter County. The prison's women's camp has confirmed cases of Legionnaires' disease
  5. Cpl. Brian LaVigne, third from left, received a Community Service Award in May 2019 from the Alafia River Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. LaVigne was killed Tuesday night when a driver deliberately slammed into his patrol car, investigators said. With LaVigne in the photo is his daughter Deputy Caitlin LaVigne and DAR members Melody Powers, left, and Roberta Jordan, right.
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  7. Florida added more than 11,000 coronavirus cases Mondays
  8. Florida added more than 12,000 coronavirus cases Sunday
  9. Trump supporters gesture to U.S. Capitol Police in the hallway outside of the Senate chamber at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday. Watching from afar, some Tampa Bay leaders noticed a contrast with how Black protesters have been treated by law enforcement over the last year.
  10. Jillian LoDico, the incoming director of nursing, receives her first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at Gulf Shore Care Center. "Amazing," she said of being vaccinated. On Monday, local health departments began offering registration for coronavirus vaccines to people 65 and older.
  11. Florida added more than 11,000 coronavirus cases Monday.
  12. Florida added more than 10,000 coronavirus cases Sunday
  13. Florida added more than 17,000 cases Thursday.
  14. Moran Derraill Brown Jr. was driving a white 2012 Audi A6 when he allegedly struck a pedestrian and left the scene. Troopers said the car was clocked going at 98 miles per hour.
  15. El sitio de pruebas del Estadio Raymond James cerrará al mediodía del jueves, víspera de Año Nuevo, y permanecerá cerrado durante el fin de semana festivo antes de reabrir en una nueva ubicación el lunes.
  16. Una vista aérea del anexo del palacio de justicia del condado de Hillsborough en el centro de Tampa. Los empleados de Nutrition Solutions en Tampa dijeron que fueron despedidos después de que expresaron su preocupación por trabajar con el chef ejecutivo que había dado positivo por COVID-19, según las demandas presentadas en el condado de Hillsborough.
  17. Florida added nearly 14,000 coronavirus cases Wednesday.
  18. An aerial view of the Hillsborough County Courthouse Annex in downtown Tampa. Employees at Nutrition Solutions in Tampa said they were fired after they expressed concern about working with the executive chef who had tested positive for COVID-19, according to lawsuits filed in Hillsborough County.
  19. The Raymond James Stadium testing site will close at noon on Thursday, New Year’s Eve, and remain closed over the holiday weekend before reopening at a new location on Monday.
  20. Florida recorded more than 12,000 coronavirus cases Tuesday.
  21. Florida added more than 7,000 coronavirus cases Sunday
  22. Florida added more than 17,000 coronavirus cases Saturday