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Community blogger featured on wtsp.com

Community blogger featured on wtsp.com

St. Petersburg, Florida -- Today, March 16, a community contributor for 10 News In Your Neighborhood was featured on wtsp.com as the lead story!

Traffic app helps holiday shoppers

Before you head out to the mall this year for Christmas shopping keep in mind that you can take a look at what traffic looks like before you get on the highway.

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has an app for that.

The Florida 511 app now features traffic camera views that show crashes, congestion and other incidents on all of Florida's interstates and roll roads. The app uses the iPhone's GPS tracking to provide you with traffic information within miles of your location.

Bay area man living with lions for 30 days

Spring Hill, Florida - This is the time of year when a lot of people make New Year's resolutions to lose weight or spend more time with friends and family, but a Spring Hill man has a different goal in mind. James Jablon is living in a lion's den for 30 days.

Jablon, a wildlife rehabilitation expert, plans to spend the month of January inside the fenced enclosure where two African lions named Lea and Ed live. He says he will sleep on hay next to them and eat when they eat.

PHOTO GALLERY: Man Lives With Lions

Skip the gym...go belly dancing!

Skip the gym...go belly dancing!

Spring Hill, FL -- Ever wanted to satisfy your curiosity about the mysterious, seductive, artful world of belly dancing?

The Hernando County Recreation Department is offering tribal belly dancing classes, with a free class for first-time students available.

The free classes for first-timers starts on Jan. 6 at Kennedy Park, 895 Kennedy Blvd., from 7:15 to 8:15 p.m., and will be available for first-timers the first Thursday of every month. Any size and age is welcome and no prior dance experience is needed.

Be sure to wear comfortable clothing that allows for ease of movement such as yoga pants, pantaloons, and long full skirts.

Abandoned Shih-tzus now ready for adoption

Abandoned Shih-tzus now ready for adoption

BROOKSVILLE, FL - Hernando County Animal Services says the Shih-Tzus that survived abandonment in November and deadly wave of Parvo at the shelter this month, are now ready for adoption.  

Shelter officials say over 260 adoption applications were received for the dogs. Originally there were 64. Now there are only about two dozen.

Photo Gallery: Dozens of neglected dogs found abandoned