September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. According to the American Cancer Society, it's the second-most common cancer in American men, after skin cancer.
In the second half of the Good Day Garden segment, David Whitwam with Whitwam Organics offers advice on what to do as you prepare for a tropical system to possibly hit.
Every heard the term "double-trucked?" Now, you have.
Inshore fishing is hot this weekend! Get out on the water and make a catch.
Stephen Gay, a local real estate agent, said once the federal government began increasing the interest rate, the pace at which people were buying homes slowed down in the Bay Area. However, the market is still busy. He said before April, sellers could 'throw any price out there' now with a little more supply, buyers can be more savvy.
Anchor Brant, a senior at University of South Florida, is hoping to win the $2,500 top prize for having the best mullet in America -- and pay off some of that tuition. “Hopefully, there’s a lot of kids out there that I’m inspiring right now to just say, ‘Why not?' and start growing it out. It looks great right now," he said before flipping his golden locks.
Earlier this year, a solar flare destroyed 38 of Elon Musk's Starlink satellites, costing SpaceX tens of millions of dollars.
Dog parks provide a place where our pets can run, play and interact with other furry friends -- but there are some important signs to look out for to keep your pup safe. Dr. Meaghan Callahan, medical director at Veterinary Emergency Group in Tampa, offers some tips, including paying attention to other dogs and how to avoid overtiring your dog.
The young dolphin that was found tangled in a crab trap on Clearwater Beach is now doing well. It first arrived at SeaWorld in critical condition, making the first 24 hours vital for its survival. However, without a pod or a mother, it would be dangerous to return it to the wild. So, it will live out its days at the Orlando park, where a dolphin nursery is located.
Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard’s Marina says he is seeing redfish schools in the back bay area. They are actively feeding right now.
All the hilarious moments from Good Day Tampa Bay during the week of September 16.
Ann Gilbert of Shapes Fitness for Women teaches how to keep your routine going through the fall -- and it doesn't all include working out. It also involves what you put into your body. Being physical reduces mortality for several diseases, including diabetes and heart disease, she explains.
David Whitwam of Whitwam Organics says you have to replenish your garden’s soil. It’s the key to organic gardening.
Steve in Sarasota his 1980 z28 Hugger Camaro is one of 38 that still exists. Meanwhile, Craig and Nicole in Winter Haven love attending Jeep events across the southeast with his 2017 Hypergreen Rubicon J-K-U Wrangler and her 2021 Granite Crystal Rubicon Gladiator.
Nick said he bought his 1967 Volkswagen Beetle in 2019. It was his first car. Marc and Crysten showed off their 2007 Army Special Forces Humvee - Rod Hall edition.
Amy Weeks with Amy's Canine Kindergarten discusses how you can modify some of the dog training techniques that owners may use that are now outdated.
On Sept. 12, there's a new show to watch at 11 a.m. on FOX 13. Actress, comedian, and author Sherri Shepherd is bringing her talents to a national daytime audience.
It may not be the greatest weekend for fishing, but if you can avoid the storms, there are some opportunities from redfish to amberjacks, says Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard’s Marina.
All the hilarious moments from Good Day Tampa Bay during the week of September 9.
The folks from Waterset Cars and Coffee brought their rides to the FOX 13 News studio for a mini car show with Mariah Harrison.