Red tide is a major concern for those living on Florida’s West Coast and now the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has detected low to medium levels of red tide algae off Pinellas County -- from Indian Rocks Beach all the way down to Fort De Soto.
With school out, many summer camps are officially launching this week across the Tampa Bay area. If you’re looking for a fun STEM camp, or if your child enjoys drones or robotics, Drobots is worth checking out.
Pastor Bill Losasso's passion is to help the forgotten. He opened a place where the hurting could dream again and rebuild their lives.
Phil Pagano has been popping corn kernels in his food wagon at local events in the area for 12 years. He’s the “Phil” behind Uncle Phil’s Organic Popcorn in Sarasota.
A Myakka family was sound asleep Sunday morning when a fire started. Two people rushed to try and help their loved one, but the flames grew. He did not make it out.
The Garden of Ridvan in Clearwater is offering land full of flowers for beekeepers to place and harvest their hives for free.
The first Friday in June is National Gun Violence Awareness Day and the city of Tampa is shining a light on the issue by lighting up orange. The shade has been the defining color of the gun violence prevention movement.
Amazon just opened a Disaster Relief Hub of supplies to be able to respond to disasters even quicker.
It’s a story of food and family. The food is delicious, wild-caught, Alaskan salmon. The family is the Neals.
Raymond James Stadium is usually reserved for punts and passes from the Buccaneers, but now golf fans can tee off at the stadium.
Two former employees are now owners of the historic restaurant they worked at as teens. How they are keeping the legacy alive at Fat Willie's Fish Camp is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Donna Morrison is a professional artist based in Tampa. She does commission work in all media, but says 99% of her work is done in watercolor.
Of the $21.8 million Polk County received in federal COVID-19 relief funds, they’re dedicating $17 million to helping tenants catch up on their rent payments.
The St. Pete Youth Farm is a not only a place where young people learn the importance of how to grow food, but it’s also a place where they develop important life skills.
Florida’s annual sales tax holiday for hurricane supplies returns Friday, giving residents a chance to save a few bucks while preparing for what’s expected to be a busy storm season. Here's what's covered.
It can be hard for teens aging out of foster care who want to go to college. The Knighten family has found purpose in helping these teens get a leg up.
Nancy Hernandez, who first came to the United States from Puerto Rico in 1991, had made it her life’s mission to help those in need. Tuesday, she opened a brick-and-mortar location dedicated to doing just that.
After two years of making and selling small-batch ice cream out of a truck, two sisters fulfilled their dream of opening a brick-and-mortar ice cream shop earlier this year.
Area camps are gearing up for more kids too and many are filling up fast, including at Berkeley Preparatory School.
If you’re looking for a job, you may want to head to the casino. The Seminole Hard Rock is hosting a career fair Tuesday in hopes of hiring 300 people.