There is a way to attend the Super Bowl for free and take part in the halftime show – no singing or dancing skills required.
In an effort to avoid bead debris, Tampa city officials are opening bead collection sites on Wednesday, January 22.
Monday is a day to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Benedict's Coffee House is now open at the east end of the Kirk Lawn on campus this week, and the students are loving it.
Little pirates will soon be invading Tampa as the Gasparilla season gets underway Saturday with the Children's Gasparilla Parade.
An 11-year-old girl is recovering from second-degree burns after her Pinellas County home was destroyed by a fire earlier this month.
A local advocate for children is being honored for her commitment to helping change the lives of our youngest citizens.
Carl Gennaro is teaching young adults how to reach their full potential through an organization he created called Jordan’s Way. He created the foundation three years ago in honor of his son, who died in an ATV accident.
It’s been more than a year since Florida launched a statewide investigation into child sex abuse at the hands of Catholic priests, and it has since opened the door for victims of past crimes to come forward and share their stories.
A 104-year-old World War II veteran hopes to receive plenty of Valentine’s Day cards this year, to add to his collection of keepsakes documenting his own incredible life and generation.
In Puerto Rico, hundreds of homes can be seen knocked off their foundation, several schools are destroyed, cars are crushed and power lines are down.
The Lakeland Police Department said the public is welcome to attend funeral services for Officer Paul Dunn on Wednesday, Jan. 15 at Lakes Church (formerly known as the First Baptist Church at the Mall), located at 1010 E Memorial Boulevard in Lakeland.
Crafty folks in the Bay Area are doing what they can to help Australia’s injured and orphaned wildlife.
The Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival is getting ready for its 20th anniversary celebration Jan. 10-19.
It could be called the American Idol of ballet, and it's going on right now in Tampa.
From the extravagant costumes and the props, walking through the Showfolks of Sarasota showroom is like stepping in a time capsule.
Another spring season of Buddy Baseball is upon us. The organization hits new participation levels, it seems, year after year.
Gasparilla is just around the corner and a local couple is making it easier for those with disabilities to participate in the parade.
As the wildfires rage on in Australia, possibly killing an estimated half-billion animals and leaving 25 people dead, there are ways to help those in need.
Kristen Yaldor is lucky to be alive. During a vacation in Zimbabwe, just a little more than a year ago, a hippopotamus overturned her canoe and dragged her underwater.