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Young brothers create Fly Guy Brand an edgy, creative new clothing line

Young brothers create Fly Guy Brand an edgy, creative new clothing line

Bullz Eye Ent is proud to represent Fly Guy Brand clothing, an innovative clothing line created by Austin, 16, and Preston, 11, Anguilm -- brothers from Centennial, Colorado who are ready to take on the world of fashion.

They started the clothing line to supplement their weekly allowances and three years later, Fly Guy Brand is on the way to becoming a household name.

Location for Sarasota homeless shelter remains undecided

Sarasota, Florida -- A passionate debate over where to put a homeless shelter in Sarasota continues.

A joint meeting between Sarasota City and Sarasota County commissioners today lasted more than four hours and ended without a decision on a site.

Anna Maria Island residents fed up with parking problems

Holmes Beach, Florida -- With cars parked on sidewalks and front lawns, some Anna Maria Island residents say they have had enough.

The island's growing popularity is attracting more visitors than there are parking spaces. On a weekend or holiday you can barely walk let along drive through.

"It's like a parking lot here. They're parked on both sides of the street this way as well," says Jaynie Christenson.

FDOT to hold meeting on I-75 plan for University Pkwy

Sarasota, Florida -- On Thursday, June 26, the Florida Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting to go over its design improvements for I-75 in the University Parkway area.

The improvements are for the 6.75 miles on I-75 north of Fruitville Road to north of University Parkway. It will also include reconstruction of the I-75/SR70 interchange in Manatee County.

Source of cloned credit card info remain a mystery

Sarasota, Florida -- In the last year, there has been a number of credit and debit card security breaches at major retail outlets such as Target and Neiman Marcus, including more than a dozen Bay area gas stations.

Last Friday, Sarasota County sheriff's deputies arrested and charged both Adrian Fernandez and Jose Marquez-Hernandez of Miami with credit card fraud.

Fernandez, 20, and Marquez-Hernandez, 26, both face three charges.

Woman becomes Video Voyeruism target in Target

A woman shopping at a Target in Sarasota on Sunday afternoon confronted a man who tried to take video under her skirt and he fled. Police caught the suspect.

And the sheriff's office says there might be other victims.

"I am in shock - my kids are right there," said the mother of two who did not want to be named.

At first, she thought the man, Aaron Stahl, was just a stranger trying to help her.

Florida Man arrested for video voyeurism

The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Venice man who took pictures up a woman's skirt at a Target store in Sarasota.

City of Sarasota lowers impact fees but taxpayers may have to pay for transportation improvements

Sarasota, Florida -- The City of Sarasota has taken the first step in breaking away from the county's impact fee agreement and going it alone. City leaders say they'll have more flexibility with its own transportation money.

The city leaders have set a new impact fee rate that will attract developers but it could end up costing taxpayers money.

Sarasota City Commissioners propose water rate hike

Sarasota, Florida -- Sarasota City Commissioners are proposing another two years of higher water bills. If approved, it would make four straight years of rate hikes for homeowners. Utilities officials say they need to keep up with maintenance, but homeowners say they need to keep up with their bills.

Sarasota homeowner Bob Graff is trying to do his part to save water and money.

"Once a week the water comes on for three minutes -- it's micro irrigation," explains Graff of his water system that releases a mist.

Man hitches a ride on a whale shark!

Nokomis Beach, Florida -- A charter captain goes on a fishing trip 16 miles off Venice Beach and does more than just catch "the big one." And it's big all right. The fish is a whale shark and gave him the ride of a life time.

As a charter captain Jamie Bostwick, is on the water nearly every day but last Friday he spotted a fish that has given him a whale of a story to tell. "The fish was as big as the boat 30 feet long," Bostwick said