If you’ve just about had it with all the political ads on TV and the unsolicited calls encouraging you to vote for one candidate over the other, you’re not alone. However, political text messages also seem to be crowding up consumers’ phones as Election Day quickly approaches.
When COVID-19 hit, a woman who lost more than 100 pounds used her social media presence to coach others on their weight loss journey.
A Tampa man started a quest to beat his type two diabetes by hopping on his bike. He lost 80 pounds but he also found a new call to action that could help save the lives of children fighting cancer.
September has been a deadly month on the roadways for teens in Hillsborough County. So far this month, four teenagers have been killed in car crashes.
Experts say the 2020 election in Florida is not going to be like any election in the Sunshine State before. With more vote-by-mail ballots than ever, it’s not clear when we’ll even know who the winner of the 2020 election is.
Local organizations are coming together to help veterans get the basic supplies that they need. Their willingness to help these band of brothers is what's right with Tampa Bay.
A New Port Richey barista just got a tip of more than $2,000, thanks to people all over the world. It’s part of a new social media trend called the "Venmo Challenge” that has finally reached the Bay Area.
Learn to make grilled BBQ baby back ribs.
A local animal shelter is stepping up to help rescue cats and dogs from the Panhandle. Nearly 50 were transported across the state Friday and will soon be looking for their forever homes.
When your indoor pet gets out of the house, it can be traumatic for your family and the animal.
Kennedy McCormick has collected cereal for needy children at her birthday parties for the past seven years.
From the Florida Keys to the Panhandle, Florida's agriculture is as diverse as it is fruitful.
Inside his Riverview workshop, Jonathan Ovalles taps, stamps, and sews, transforming leather into works of art with a practical purpose.
The COVID-19 pandemic has kept fans from the stands, put Halloween in limbo, and forced the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade to go virtual. But when it comes to holiday traditions, there is good news, at least for now: Gasparilla will go on.
It’s officially fall, which means the holidays aren’t too far ahead, and we all know it’s been a tough year for so many.
A new survey is taking a look at the impact of red tide on Florida's economy.
Chinese Hot-Pot is a social and communal cooking method.
The Pinellas County government carved out some money for artists in federal CARES dollars and Creative Pinellas is the agency helping people take advantage.
The Pepin Academies Foundation is launching fundraising campaigns to help students and teachers with school supplies.
Adi Arezzini found her passion for wellness while serving in the Israel army as a fitness instructor. But she never thought she's be running her own business.