The tough situations firefighters deal with on a regular basis can leave permanent scars that a former firefighter is hoping to heal.
It is National Missing Person Day, a time when officers in the U.S. will be highlighting unsolved cases in hopes of finding people's loved ones – or at the very least, bringing them closure.
Registered Dietitian Caroline Riedel advises clients across the globe about how to manage their gut health.
Tampa Mayor Jane Castor hopes to raise awareness of the importance of lung cancer screenings with the American Lung Cancer Screening Initiative (ALCSI).
Kids Pack, which provides food for needy kids in Polk and Hillsborough Counties, is in a squeeze.
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The multiverse-skipping sci-fi indie hit "Everything Everywhere All at Once" led nominations to the 95th Academy Awards as Hollywood heaped honors on big-screen spectacles like "Top Gun: Maverick" and "Avatar: The Way of Water" a year after a streaming service won best picture for the first time.
The St. Petersburg Power and Sailboat Show is back for its 45th year and organizers say it’s the largest of its kind on the Gulf Coast.
The opioid crisis in the U.S. has taken an even deadlier turn in the last few years as the synthetic version of the drug, fentanyl, becomes more available. Families who lose loved ones to fentanyl overdoes are struggling to face their new reality, but a group of mothers in the Tampa Bay area is working to give their loss purpose.
Dentists from other countries usually have to go back to school in order to practice in the U.S. A local university is putting international dentists on the fast track in hopes of filling a shortage and helping underserved communities.
The 23rd annual Tampa Bay Black Heritage Music Fest will return to Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park in Tampa on Saturday, January 14th, and Sunday, January 15th.
With all eyes on Tarpon Springs for the annual Epiphany celebration, it's also a magnifying glass for the Greek culture.
It's been months and years in the making, but St. Pete is taking its final steps to figure out what to do with the Tropicana Field site. The city narrowed down the list of possible developers to four finalists - but who are they and what are they pitching?
The baby boomer generation was named for the post-war population boom of the mid-20th century. Today, they make up roughly 40% of the U.S. population. Never before has the country had to grapple with that many people potentially in need of part- or full-time, in-home care.
Along with homes and businesses, Hurricane Ian also damaged countless number of boats. Now, hundreds of them are going on sale.
For many children, moving into a campus dorm to start college is a big chapter in adulthood as they leave their parents’ home for the first time. Now, a Bay Area woman has created a business to help ease the transition for children and their parents.
If you're dreading making those holiday returns to Amazon or the mall, a local start-up wants to take that off your hands — and it's done all through an app. Right now, the service is only available in Pinellas and Hillsborough counties.
The power station uses water from Tampa Bay for cooling and then returns the water, clean and warm, creating a refuge for manatees in cold weather.
Carefully and methodically, a crew from Sky Elements Drone Shows lined up drones on the basketball court of Chamberlain High School in Tampa for a demonstration.
With forecasters expecting the Tampa Bay area to see one of its coldest Christmas Days on record, counties across central Florida are opening cold weather shelters for anyone needing a warm place to stay over the holiday weekend.