Sunday marked 25 years since a Black teen was shot and killed by a white St. Petersburg police officer. People took to the streets in memory of Tyron Lewis, and the continued fight for justice.
A group of nonprofits and church leaders wanted to do something for the community, by the community, so they teamed up to help the neighborhood along 22nd Street South bounce back as part of the Deuces Rising project.
The summit is held every year and began after the 2018 Tree of Life massacre in Pittsburgh which resulted in one of the largest losses of life in an anti-Semitic attack in the U.S.
The designs and specs are in to expand a St. Petersburg museum into the first landmark museum for Black history and culture in the state of Florida.
The president released a statement to formally recognize National Coming Out Day, which began in 1988 to remember the anniversary of the second major National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights.
Not all missing persons cases -- like Miya Marcano's and Gabby Petito's -- get the attention they need or deserve. An annual art exhibit continues to change the tide on solving cases that have gone cold.
As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, FOX 13 News is highlighting those who have influenced the Bay Area, including the first woman to serve as Hillsborough County Tax Collector. Her passion to serve her community is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Florida’s only STEM-based state university is now offering more than academics to women who attend.
Voting rights advocates across the United States will march Saturday demanding the passage of the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, which coincides with the anniversary of Dr. King's famous 'I Have A Dream' speech.
Craft beer is a growing industry in the Tampa Bay area, and particularly Pinellas County. The local non-profit Beer Kulture wants to expand that market by adding diversity and opportunities.
A new national center for information on African American cemeteries that were covered over by buildings or parking lots is working to document and honor Florida's lost Black Cemeteries.
For the first time in Major League Baseball history, an all-female announcing crew called a game as the Tampa Bay Rays played the Baltimore Orioles.
One Tampa Bay area teen is working to bring Black history to kids during the summer.
A federal judge in Texas sided in part with groups suing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, saying the program was illegally created by the Obama administration.
Barbara Tripp was born and raised in East Tampa, and she is proud of her modest roots, but Tampa Fire's first female leader is an accomplished public servant and veteran who brings a wealth of knowledge and skill to the department.
President Joe Biden said he’s "proud” of athletes Carl Nassib and Kumi Yokoyama, who both recently announced that they’re part of the LGBTQ community.
Law enforcement agencies, residents, prosecutors, and advocates across the Tampa Bay area came together Tuesday night to discuss criminal justice reform including civil citation programs, Florida's anti-riot law, and communication between law enforcement and residents.
Even though it’s been celebrated for 156 years and recognized in some form in 47 states and the District of Columbia, Juneteenth did not become a federal holiday until this week.
The country has a new federal holiday – Juneteenth, but for years, Black communities organized and celebrated events in Tampa Bay and across the U.S. Those traditions continue this weekend.
Activists tried one last time to convince Tampa City Council that it should appoint a majority of members to the Tampa Police Civilian Review Board. Instead, the council voted for a 5-5 split with the mayor, and for both to sign off on an eleventh member appointed by the NAACP.