Hurricane season isn't waiting for the COVID-19 pandemic to wrap up. As residents head out to gather their supplies, they're having to do things a little differently.
At Nathan Benderson Park, there's a show going up unlike any other. The idea came straight from the drive-in movie concept. You pull up with your family and you're safely spread out from others.
Starting Friday, shoppers in Florida emerging from coronavirus stay-at-home orders can avoid paying sales taxes while putting together disaster-preparation stockpiles for the 2020 hurricane season.
Ryan Joseph, owner of Joseph Fine Art Photographs, is giving away a free photography package that’s worth approximately $7,800 to a Bay Area registered nurse in honor of his mother.
It's a key time to remind young drivers about avoiding reckless risks on road with school being out and summer beginning.
Great Explorations Children's Museum usually focuses on keeping kids entertained, but they're helping adults have a little fun.
The city of Tampa is expanding access to its coronavirus relief grant for small businesses.
After being closed for over two months, ZooTampa is preparing to reopen to the public on Friday. Before their official reopening, they set Tuesday aside as a special day just for senior citizens to have a day at the zoo just for themselves.
Temple Terrace firefighters David Burton and Andy Muzzy make American flags from retired fire equipment.
There are about 5,000 international students who study at the University of South Florida. When classes moved online in March, those students scrambled to get home as flights were canceled and governments closed their borders to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Bill Hallbritter didn’t have to leave his house to commemorate Memorial Day Monday.
A lab at the University of South Florida has shifted its focus from product design to manufacturing in an effort to provide critical PPE for healthcare workers.
The unknowns of the coronavirus pandemic can create a mental strain on anyone, which is why Next Level Church is writing personalized Letters of Hope for anyone that wants to receive one.
Recipe for Asian pepper beef.
Crowds of people are expected to hit the water, set up on the beach, and enjoy a sunny three-day weekend here in Tampa Bay.
Indian Rocks Beach was quiet before sunrise Friday ahead of Memorial Day weekend, but Pinellas County officials are bracing for the possibility of large crowds at its beaches amid continuing concerns over the spread of COVID-19.
33,000 COVID-19 tests administered in West and Central Florida are being deemed "unreliable" by AdventHealth, leaving patients wondering if their results were accurate -- if they received their results at all.
Eight Panhandle counties have been cleared by Tallahassee to resume vacation rentals with some coronavirus restrictions. With the holiday weekend looming, Bay Area owners are hoping for the same good news soon -- but not every local county has submitted a plan.
An organization is leading the charge to get food to children in need. Their extra effort to deliver meals to families is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Feeding Tampa Bay has expanded its meal delivery program and will now help feed migrant workers.