- Hubbard’s Marina Awarded Top 10 Boat Tours In The
PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (CW44 News At 10)– Hubbard’s Marina has been awarded top 10 best boat tour in the country by USA Today 10Best readers’ choice awards. With several hundred combined years on the water, it goes without saying that the Hubbard’s family knows how to provide a top-notch experience Now, that title has not only become official, but has expanded to a Nation-wide accreditation. In the USA Today 10Best readers’ choice awards, Hubbard’s Marina was awarded the number 8 best boat tour in the country. Hubbard’s was considered amongst an extremely prestigious group of tour operators that included Hawaiian fishing charters, sailboat charters of Puget Sound, and river cruises in Waco, Texas. “We were happy just to have been nominated, but to be voted 8th in the entire country is humbling. We know we provide a great experience whether it’s fishing, dolphin watching or sunset cruising, but to know that people love the experiences as much as we love providing them, is awesome.” said Captain Dylan Hubbard, President and 5th generation to run the business. A panel of experts partnered with 10Best editors to pick the initial nominees, and the top 10 winners were determined by popular vote. Click here to review a full list of contest winners. About Hubbard’s Marina: Founded in 1928 by Wilson Hubbard, and operated today by the Hubbard family, Hubbard’s Marina is the premier destination for fishing and family fun. Hubbard’s offers 5 hour to 63 hour party boat fishing trips, private charters, daily dolphin watching nature cruises, and a daily sunset cruise. Hubbard’s also operates an Egmont Key ferry with a snorkeling option and also offers a 3 hour beach shelling cruise. In addition, Hubbard’s provides Kayak and paddle board rentals. For more information, please visit their website. “If you are too busy to go fishing, you’re just too busy!”
- At Least Two Dead And Others Injured In A Shooting At A
Texas Elementary School
UVALDE, Tx. (CW44 News At 10 | CNN) — A suspect is in custody after a shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, left at least two dead and injured more than a dozen others, including students, authorities said. The Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District (UCISD) said there was an “active shooter” at Robb Elementary School at 12:17 p.m. Tuesday local time and said law enforcement was on site. The suspect was taken into custody, according to the Uvalde Police Department. Two people died in the school shooting, and 13 children were being treated for various injuries at Uvalde Memorial Hospital, spokesperson Tom Nordwick said. A man in his 40s was also being treated, he said. Two children were transported to San Antonio and another is pending transfer, he added. University Hospital in San Antonio said in a tweet that they received a child and an adult from the school shooting. The adult, a 66-year-old woman, is in critical condition, the hospital said in a tweet. Videos taken by a bystander, Isaias Melendez, show scores of armed officers at the scene while others flee the school. Uvalde is located about 85 miles west of San Antonio and about 70 miles east of Del Rio. Robb Elementary teaches 2nd through 4th grades and had 535 students in the 2020-21 school year, according to state data. Thursday was set to be the last day of school for the year. The school district said it is canceling all school activities following the shooting. The FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) are assisting local police with the investigation. The-CNN-Wire & © 2022 Cable News Network, Inc., a WarnerMedia Company. All rights reserved.
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