Dogs can get possessive sometimes, especially when it comes to their favorite toy or food. Dog trainer Amy Weeks offers some tips to curb ‘guarding.’
Every Friday morning, Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard's Marina joins Good Day to fill viewers in on his fishing forecast as we head into the weekend. Here is his fishing report for September 24, 2021.
Amberjack appear to be most active and concentrated past 140 feet of water, but you can find them a little shallower too. However, deeper you go the bigger they get, says Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard's Marina.
Between bringing capes back and gator clouds, it’s been another interesting week on Good Day Tampa Bay.
Ann Gilbert with Shapes Fitness for Women explains why exercise not only helps our bodies, but also our minds.
David Whitwam of Whitwam Organics describes some of the summer crops that have been thriving, including Asian long beans.
Make room, Tampa Bay Bucs, Lightning and Rays, there is another Champa Bay native here -- Ettore Ewen, also known as, 'Big E.'
Wednesday, Sept. 22 is the first day of fall, but it's also National 'Fall Prevention' Awareness Day. Falls can be deadly for older adults.
Larry in Thonotosassa fitting named his golf cart the 'Buc Mobile.' Meanwhile, Kathy in Pasco County nicknamed her custom C-Ride stand-up paddleboard, 'Salty Kat.'
It's been thousands of years since wooly mammoths roamed the Earth, and researchers say bringing the species back can help combat climate change.
Every Friday morning, Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard's Marina joins Good Day to fill viewers in on his fishing forecast as we head into the weekend. Here is his fishing report for September 17, 2021.
You can find trout around those deeper flats and they are steadier even during the day. However, the dock lights at night are a great place to find them, but the full moon coming up does disrupt that pattern, giving them enough light to still feed actively through the night without congregating around the local dock lights of the area, says Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard's Marina.
Between the Fresh Prince theme song and robot dogs, it’s been another fun week on Good Day Tampa Bay.
David Whitwam of Whitwam Organics explains how to manage your garden when caterpillars show up. He says not all bugs are bad all the time, but positively identify the pest before making your next move.
The owner of Big Ray's Fish Camp grew up fishing with his grandfather, not far from where his restaurant today stands.
Scott Simsa says his customized 1995 Mazda Miata has been introducing him to new friends.
Lenny calls his 1961 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 his pride and joy -- and has been working on it for the past three years. Meanwhile, a retired Hillsborough County firefighter restored his 1967 Chevelle.
New on FOX 13, a classic game show gets a new team: ‘You Bet Your Life with Jay Leno’ debuts this week. And to preview the show, a familiar face joined Jay: his longtime bandleader from the ‘Tonight Show,’ Kevin Eubanks.
Rattlesnakes, black widow spiders, dart frogs -- all can easily kill humans, but if these animals are carrying around deadly toxins, why don't they die too?
With kids back at school, it's been an adjustment and not just for parents and students. Dr. Meaghan Callahan with Veterinary Emergency Group in Tampa offers advice on which school supplies would be considered as toxic for pets and tips on how to help those pets handle separation anxiety.