Stay connected to the news during Hurricane Idalia

Here’s Tampa Bay county news services, radio stations, and other ways to stay in-the-know during the storm.

Tampa Skyline

Tampa’s skyline (seen here from the Riverwalk) continues to evolve as the city grows.

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Before the brunt of the storm arrives, we’re sharing a few key resources to help you stay connected + get help after Idalia leaves TBAY.

Hillsborough updates

☀️ Pinellas updates

🔌 Outages

☎️ Emergency phone numbers and radio stations

  • American Red Cross: 863-294-5941
  • Citizens Information Line: 833-872-4636
  • United Way Information: 211 or 888-370-7188
  • TECO power outage line: 1-877-588-1010
  • Report price gouging: 1-866-966-7226
  • NOAA Radio Broadcast Channels: 162.500 & 162.550 MHz
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