The Tampa Police Department sent some of the city's finest to greet Tampa General Hospital employees Thursday evening.
The city of St. Petersburg is giving grant money to small businesses and their employees impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Social distancing rules require people to stay six feet apart. But a new study says six feet isn't nearly enough space between people especially when they’re exercising outside.
The number of people filing for divorce in Hillsborough County has remained steady, while the number of people filing restraining orders has gone down amid coronavirus pandemic.
While civil and criminal trials are on hold, the courthouse is open and the work continues for judges handling essential court matters.
Sarasota Memorial Hospital is among the first medical centers in the nation that have been approved to participate in two different clinical trials to treat COVID-19: Remdesivir and plasma from recovered patients.
Trucks are arriving around the clock at Lakeland Linder International Airport; now the staging area for two dozen soldiers from the Florida National Guard.
The Florida Department of Health says the number of known cases of COVID-19 in the state has risen by 1,128 since Wednesday evening's update as the virus spreads and as more people get tested across the state. The total number of cases in Florida is now 16,826.
As we wonder when things will get back to normal, University of South Florida baseball pitcher Carson Ragsdale knows all about settling into new a new normal.
As more of us are asked to wear masks, FOX's Beth Galvin explains how to safely disinfect yours.
Inside the grounds of the Manatee County jail, staff and inmates with the Uniform Production Unit have begun making face masks.
For someone trying to apply for unemployment in Florida, the state's new application website may help, but the reviews so far are mixed and some still have to use the old system, if they're already enrolled.
The state just launched a new website for people to file for unemployment, but based on the calls and emails to FOX 13, it’s getting mixed reviews.
Countless parents just got a second job, as a teacher, because of COVID-19.
Denise Solomon, a licensed mental health counselor in Tampa, is going virtual with her therapy sessions to help those going through challenging times.
Countless parents just got a second job, as a teacher, because of COVID-19. Students in Polk County, and across the country, are now sitting in front of a computer screen distance learning online.
A representative from the government watchdog group called the National Employment Law Project calls Florida's unemployment application system "uniquely unfair, stingy and exclusionary unemployment system."
An officer with the Clearwater Police Department has tested positive for COVID-19. The officer is the first known member of the agency to test positive.
Vise, a K-9 with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, celebrated his 6th birthday on April 2, days after he was repeatedly stabbed during an arrest.
A Polk County K-9 celebrated his 6th birthday while recovering after being stabbed by a burglary suspect.