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 projected path of Nestor
    Nestor is expected to dump two to four inches of rain in Tampa Bay, along with the threat of tornadoes.
  2. Check for the latest breaking news and updates.
    Three cars were involved in the late-afternoon crash.
  3. 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.
  4. The National Hurricane center
    The system poses no threat to Florida.
  5. Although memes about the Bay area on social media are nothing new, Fasick’s account is a hub of those memes. He runs it alone and creates mostly from his own experiences.
    @memestampabay pokes fun at “struggles,” like trying to travel on I-275 in time to make happy hour.
  6. The father and daughter visited Anna Maria Island last Sunday. Howard Fisher swam in the Gulf the first time that day.
    The Ellenton man took a trip to Anna Maria Island with his daughter, Sandra.
  7. Check for the latest breaking news and updates.
    A vehicle collided with the pedestrian, who was pronounced dead at the scene.
  8. Hawaii, California, Delaware and Arkansas join Florida as Skittles fans.  (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
    The best candy, according to, is Reese’s. But we seem to prefer fruit flavors to chocolate and peanut butter.
  9. YouTube is ripe with how-to videos showing quick ways to turn the fruit into a fall decoration.
    It’s a more tropical take on the original decoration.
  10. The message will likely come from someone the user knows to increase the likelihood that they’ll click on it. If the victim opens the video, their device could be infected by malware and their account compromised.
    You might receive a message asking you to click on a video link. Don’t.