Tampa News Saturday, June 16
- Reports: Jerry Springer Show ends production, reruns to air on CW
- Police: Couple fends off trio of armed suspects inside DeKalb County Kroger
- Manatee Co. deputies seek missing 19-year-old man
- According to multiple media reports, the Jerry Springer Show has ended production and reruns will move to a different channel.
- Jerry Springer is a former Cincinnati mayor, a long-time television host and a political pundit.
- Broadcasting and Cable also reported that it is a multi-year deal for Springer on The CW and the network could opt to order more original episodes.
- Deadline said the Jerry Springer Show first aired in 1991 and has been on the air for 28 seasons with more than 3,800 episodes.
- Beyond its own reputation for insanity, The Jerry Springer Show inspired plenty of offspring and imitators, most of which it has outlasted, Vanity Fair reported.
@10NewsWTSP: Reports: Jerry Springer Show ends production, reruns to air on CW https://t.co/Ecfr3vSWqG https://t.co/J0oVtLN0Cs
- DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. Police say three suspects who allegedly followed a couple shopping at a DeKalb County grocery store Friday afternoon were hospitalized after the couple opened fire on them.
- Right now, police believe the people shot were actually alleged suspects who had been targeting a couple who were in the store to shop.
- According to DeKalb Police spokeswoman Shiera Campbell, the couple was inside the store when a group of three began following them.
- The trio then followed the couple out of the store into the parking lot, where there was an exchange of a large amount of gunfire.
- 11Alive’s SkyTracker flew over the parking lot, which showed police processing an extensive scene encompassing multiple rows of the lot and stretching all the way to the front of the store.
@10NewsWTSP: Police: Couple fends off trio of armed suspects inside DeKalb County Kroger https://t.co/63ivFa0DVj https://t.co/PoJ676xm9o
- Manatee County sheriff’s deputies are asking for the public’s help to find a 19-year-old Bradenton man who may be a danger to himself.
- Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff’s office at (941) 747-3011.
- Download the 10 News app now.
- Have a news tip?
@10NewsWTSP: Manatee Co. deputies seek missing 19-year-old man https://t.co/QwjIIluDSk https://t.co/XtzKlnfuCM